(a) The metaphor
amateurs like Beglin and Waddle may think it's
sufficient to arm yourself with a single
metaphor before commenting on an incident. Not
Ron. Real legends come to the party with
metaphors and similes aplenty, and have no
hesitiation in lumping the whole lot into a
single sentence if the situation demands.
Confusion? We prefer to call it genius.
has really gambled all his eggs.
Adams - he's the rock that the team has grown
sliced the ball when he had it on a plate.
in the England team will have to grab the ball
by the horns.
picked their heads up off the ground and they
now have a
lot to carry on their shoulders.
treading on dangerous water there...
look like they've got a couple more gears left
in the locker.
spent long enough wrestling with The Sun
crossword to know that people don't like to be
kept guessing. While peppering his co-commentary
with fascinating insights and useful facts,
Ron's precise language skills ensure that even
the non-initiated can closely follow events on
a little triangle - five left-footed players.
I would also think that the replay showed it to
be worse than it actually was.
not only a good player, but he's spiteful in the
nicest sense of the word.
The keeper was unsighted - he still didn't see
half fancied that to go in as it was rising and
dipping at the same time.
That was Pele's strength - holding people off
with his arm.