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squad (noun)


  1. If the presence in tonight's starting lineup of just two names from the side who began Monaco's last Champions League home game - the semi-final against Chelsea FC - underlined quite how [Didier Deschamps']COACH squad was stripped of its star names during the summer, the performances of their replacements offers hope for the campaign ahead. [79371 / p3]
  2. [Panathinaikos coach Zdenek Šcasný's]COACH squad was effectively at full strength after midfield player Angelos Basinas had shrugged off a groin strain to start, and he chose to rest Michalis Konstantinou, Rudolf Skácel and René Henriksen. [1077233 / p4]
  3. Unhappy with [his]COACH squad's execution, Rijkaard substituted Cameroon striker Eto'o for Andres Iniesta in the hope of finding the equaliser. [1077187 / p9]
  4. With 16 players missing from [Anghel Iordanescu's]COACH visiting squad, Romania none the less began brightly, with hopes pinned on speedy forward Ciprian Marica, who scored twice in this stadium for FC Shakhtar Donetsk in their 3-1 UEFA Champions League second qualifying round win against FC Pyunik. [75154 / p2]

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COACH [Coach]

squad Didier Deschamps'
squad Panathinaikos coach Zdene...
squad his
squad Anghel Iordanescu's