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English-German translation for: [Fußballjargon]
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Dictionary English German: [Fußballjargon]

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sports regular {adj}
etatmäßig [Fußballjargon]
sports weak in offense {adj} [Am.]sturmschwach [Fußballjargon]
sports strong in attack {adj}sturmstark [Fußballjargon]
sports to head in [football / soccer]einnicken [Fußballjargon] [den Ball ins Tor köpfen]
sports to fumble the ballpatzen [Fußballjargon]
sports to curl [the ball in football / soccer]schnippeln [Fußballjargon]
sports retaliation [football]
Nachtreten {n} [Fußballjargon]
sports diver [football]
Schwalbenkönig {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports box [football]
Sechzehner {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports poacher's goal [coll.] [football / soccer]Abstauber {m} [Fußballjargon] [Abstaubertor]
sports second yellow card [football]Ampelkarte {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports sweeper [female] [football / soccer]Ausputzerin {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports bench warmer [football]Bankdrücker {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports bench warmer [football]Bankwärmer {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports fantastic shotBombe {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports unstoppable shotBombenschuss {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports powerful strikerBomber {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports two-goal tally [football / soccer]Doppelpack {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports joker [soccer jargon]Edeljoker {m} [Fußballjargon] [auch: Joker]
sports penalty drama [football]Elfmeterkrimi {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports football god [Br.] [also: god of football] [used for football player, trainer]Fußballgott {m} [auch: Fußball-Gott] [Fußballjargon für hervorragenden („gottgleichen“) Spieler, Trainer]
sports soccer god [Am.] [also: god of soccer] [used for soccer player, trainer]Fußballgott {m} [auch: Fußball-Gott] [Fußballjargon für hervorragenden („gottgleichen“) Spieler, Trainer]
sports match behind closed doors [football / soccer]Geisterspiel {n} [Fußballjargon] [Disziplinarmaßnahme im Sportrecht]
sports up and under (kick) [football / soccer; expression borrowed from rugby]Kerze {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports fox in the box [coll.] [football / soccer]Knipser {m} [Fußballjargon] [instinktreicher Torjäger]
sports leading playerLeitwolf {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports possession play [football / soccer]Possessionplay {n} [Fußballjargon]
sports ref [coll.] [referee]Schwarzkittel {m} [bes. Fußballjargon] [Schiedsrichter]
sports hopeful long-range shot [shot out of the blue]Sonntagsschuss {m} [bes. Fußballjargon]
sports (midfield) playmaker [soccer / football]Spielgestalter {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports destroyer [coll.] [defensive midfielder]Staubsauger {m} [Fußballjargon für einen defensiven Mittelfeldspieler]
sports water carrier [fig.] [football / soccer jargon] [sb. only working for the success of others]Wasserträger {m} [fig.] [Fußballjargon] [jd., der den anderen Spielern zuarbeitet]
2 Words: Verbs
sports to make the game safe [football]alles klarmachen [Fußballjargon]
sports to put the result beyond doubt [football]alles klarmachen [Fußballjargon]
sports to have a tendency to go down easily [football]fallsüchtig sein [Fußballjargon]
sports to go in hard [football]hart einsteigen [Fußballjargon]
2 Words: Nouns
sports a tremendous shotein Bombenschuss {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports first half of the season [football]erste Halbserie {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports howler [football / soccer] [a goal conceded by a goalkeeper through an error]faules Ei {n} [Fußballjargon]
sports dead ball (situation) [football / soccer]ruhender Ball {m} [Fußballjargon] [Spielsituation, in der das Spiel unterbrochen wurde]
sports dream cross [pass for a player who is in a perfect position to score a goal]tödlicher Pass {m} [Fußballjargon]
sports second half of the season [football]zweite Halbserie {f} [Fußballjargon]
sports twelfth man <12th man> [own football supporters]zwölfter Mann {m} [Fußballjargon]
3 Words: Verbs
sports to toe-poke (the ball) [e.g. to sb.] [football / soccer](den Ball) spitzeln [Fußballjargon]
sports to put it away [coll.] [score a goal] [football / soccer]das Ding reinmachen [ugs.] [den Ball ins Tor schießen] [Fußballjargon]
sports to win the ballden Ball erobern [Fußballjargon]
sports to open the floodgates [football]den Torreigen eröffnen [Fußballjargon]
sports to sky the balleine Kerze fabrizieren [Fußballjargon]
sports to sky the balleine Kerze produzieren [Fußballjargon]
sports to have an eye for goal [football / soccer]einen Torinstinkt haben [Fußballjargon]
sports to pussyfoot (around) [sl.]klein-klein spielen [Fußballjargon]
3 Words: Nouns
sports the hand of God [football / soccer] [refers to Diego Maradona's infamous goal in 1986 World Cup] [also: Hand of God]die Hand {f} Gottes [Fußballjargon]
4 Words: Verbs
sports to let the ball do the work [football / soccer jargon]den Ball zirkulieren lassen [Fußballjargon]
sports to go in hard [football]in den Mann gehen [Fußballjargon]
4 Words: Nouns
sports untidy goal [coll.] [goal scored fortuitously as a result of a confused situation]Tor {n} aus dem Gewühl [Fußballjargon]
5+ Words: Others
sports He put the ball away to make it / the score 1-0.Er schob den Ball zum 1:0 ein. [Fußballjargon]
5+ Words: Verbs
sports to beat sb. in the airdas / ein Kopfballduell gegen jdn. gewinnen [Fußballjargon]
sports to hammer an unstoppable shotden Ball unhaltbar ins Netz hämmern [Fußballjargon]
sports to have a powerful left / right footeine starke linke / rechte Klebe haben [Fußballjargon]
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