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9. Pintalo de amarillo: i.e, “paint him yellow” – asking for a player to be cautioned. 8. Sombrero: As in the famous Spanish hat, in reference to a tricksy player dinking the ball up and ...
Examples of Football Phrases in Spanish. 1. Costa Rica: “Pegarla en en el palo”. José González Ugalde, author of the Dictionary of Costa Rican Slang, shared with me the phrase “pegarla en el palo.”. In soccer it means missing a goal because the ball hit a post.
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Take a look at these Messi soccer quotes. For fans of Lionel Messi, famous quotes like these and all the other best Messi quotes are very inspiring. 1. "You have to fight to reach your dream. You have to sacrifice and work hard for it." - Lionel Messi. 2. "You can overcome anything, if and only if you love something enough." - Lionel Messi. 3.
Inspirational World Cup Soccer Quotes. 1. “I’ve never scored a goal in my life without getting a pass from someone else.”. – Abby Wambach. 2. “God gives gifts to everyone, some can write, some can dance. He gave me the skill to play football and I am making the most of it.”. – Ronaldinho.
7. Pablo Picasso. 8. Miguel de Cervantes. 9. Rigoberta Menchu. 10. Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Any introduction to the Spanish language will quickly show you that it has been blessed with some important thinkers throughout the course of time.
69. “I’m attracted to soccer’s capacity for beauty. When well played, the game is a dance with a ball. – Eduardo Galeano” This is a lovely soccer quote. 70. Everything is simple with soccer. True enough. 71. “Everything I know about morality and the obligations of men, I owe it to football (soccer). – Albert Camus”