face man

face man

n. a good-looking young man with no personality. (Collegiate.) Harry is just a face man and as dull as dishwater.
See also: face, man
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The former Stoke and Palace boss was criticised for the way he set his team up to face Man United but Bilic hailed the "honesty" of Pulis' football philosophy.
Steve McClaren said that Papiss Cisse would be back in training today, but he might not be ready to face Man City.
It was hardly the morale boost the Germans were looking for ahead of Wednesday's trip to face Man United at Old Trafford.
Sunderland travel to Old Trafford to face Man United on the back of a League Cup lesson, while Newcastle entertain Chelsea also following on from an embarrassing cup defeat by Sheffield Wednesday.
But Caulker, who will face Man United today, said: "I'd like the chance to play for England again.
In the EPL Rafa's Chelsea (31-20) face Man City (9-5) and we go 5-6 Benitez will be in charge on the opening day next season and 5-6 he's not.
Heskey is unavailable until the trip to his former club Wigan in late January, unless there is an FA Cup replay, in which case he could face Man City.
The 24-year-old has signed on a three-year deal, with the option of an extra year, and he goes straight into the Norwich squad to face Man Utd.
In 1952, the first toy ever advertised on television encouraged kids to turn a bag of parts and a potato into a "funny face man.
Haidara's departure against Villa looked bad, but the full-back has since declared that he is fit to face Man United - whether he will feature or not is another matter, but the good news is that the player himself feels okay and good enough to play just four days later.
Wigan then face Man United and Arsenal in a nightmare run that has left their rivals believing the Latics could soon be dead and buried.
QPR are still in the bottom three and have yet to face Man United, Man City, Chelsea and Spurs.
Wolves then face Man City, Liverpool, Bolton, Man United and Arsenal.
But Rangers Supporters Trust chairman Smith insists there will be no trouble when Gers travel to face Man United next month.
Best known as Face Man in the A Team, his current pet hatred is the UK's smoking ban.