In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lista de (posibles) traspasos feminine
- However, just months earlier, the former England youth international was thrown on the transfer list after scoring four goals in 31 appearances.
- As for the rest of the players, I've been thinking about putting them all on the transfer list.
- He was placed on the transfer list the season before last and went on trial at Lincoln but returned to City and earned a first team recall.
- He's still on the transfer list but it's not a big deal because if anyone came in for him, and no one has, we wouldn't sell him.
- You'll not be caught with a player on the transfer list for over a year here.
- It was devastating to be placed on the transfer list, but I responded by scoring 11 goals in 11 games which was very satisfying.
- Their manager recently circulated clubs that he had players available although he hasn't put anyone on the transfer list.
- He had been fined at least twice for indiscipline and put on the transfer list.
- He has asked to be put on the transfer list at a time when there has not been an acceptable offer and that has been rejected.
- He admitted the 14-goal striker was now officially on the transfer list following their bust-up.
- He was already on the transfer list after refusing to sign a new contract which would have made him the highest-paid player at the club.
- He has been placed on the transfer list and fined two weeks wages following his reaction to being substituted in the 1-0 home defeat to Rotherham on Saturday.
- The 23-year-old midfielder has been on the transfer list since 2001, however he still played a major part in their survival last season.
- When I was at Tranmere Rovers, I spent eight months on the transfer list.
- If you don't accept this punishment I'm going to inform the chairman to put you on the transfer list.
- He replaces his cousin, who's been put on the transfer list after being caught smoking.
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