soccer player

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n soccer player an athlete who plays soccer
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Usage

In literature:

Our soccer team was made up almost entirely of men who had been professional players.
"Life in a Tank" by Richard Haigh
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In news:

Brendan Sullivan Greater Atlanta Christian star soccer player Kayla Puzas has started a charity project called Cleats 4 Kids to get cleats to children in Nicaragua .
Related Stories for Soccer players on the mend .
A fundraiser on Wednesday that soccer players at Avon High School did to support a teammate who is fighting cancer brought in $2,750, according to one of the organizers.
Women's Soccer Player Kicks Opponent in the Face.
Remember a couple years back when UNM women's soccer player Elizabeth Lambert went bananas on some BYU players.
A pair of soccer players from Statesville gets to see how they stack up against international competition.
It's an intriguing scenario: This summer, a weekend soccer player will enter Adidas' store in downtown Manhattan to buy a pair of top-of-the-line F50s.
Ad Suggests Laser-Guarding Ukrainian Women's Private Parts Entry by British soccer players would set off alarm By David Griner.
World's top 10 highest paid soccer players ({function:countEm} images).
Think of all the Paolo -named soccer players and Rachel's hunky Italian boyfriend on Season One of Friends.
Soccer players put the 'twit' into Twitter.
Landon Donovan is one of the greatest American soccer players of all time.
OCEANSIDE — A car theft near the harbor threatened to ruin the day for young soccer players.
World's top 10 highest paid soccer players Who are the best compensated players in the world.
Carley Wyse of league champion Archbold has been named the 2011 Northwest Ohio Athletic League girls soccer Player of the Year, while her coach James Kidder was named Coach of the Year.
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In science:

Bogomolnaia and Jackson (2001), motivate the applicability of their individual stability concept by providing the examples of "professors changing universities, soccer players considering changing teams,…, individuals changing clubs".
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
Similarly, a soccer player may choose a club, only if that club provides him at least the same remuneration that he was receiving in his present assignment.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
Just imagine a “battle of the sexes” in a group of friends (rather than between two players), where men prefer to watch soccer and women prefer to see a cultural performance, to discuss a stereotypical example.
Cooperation, Norms, and Revolutions: A Unified Game-Theoretical Approach
The US War of Independence is the reason that the British game of football is called soccer in the USA. confirmed that single stars in the team are not enough; one needs multi-player team coordination.
A Biased Review of Sociophysics
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