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gaffer

(ˈgæfɚ)
n. an old man; a rustic old man. (From grandfather.) Nobody out there but some old gaffer with a cane.
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The gaffer will keep on at us and if we don't do it well enough, January is coming so he'll be looking to add to the squad.
The SFA are still looking for Gordon Strachan's replacement and Northern Ireland gaffer Michael O'Neill seems to be their top target.
It needs a lift and hopefully the gaffer is that with his enthusiasm and his motivation towards the players.
So hippo-headed Sam Allardyce (top), after feathering his nest as England gaffer for two years, is destined to spend inevitable ignominy/ retirement wallowing somewhere in a mudpool.
I've had conversations with the gaffer and he's admitted that maybe there were times when he should have put me in, but that's football," he said.
Gaffer is the head of the "Tetley Tea Folk," animated characters used by the Montvale, N.
Andrew Hobbs, Stacey and Ross Willis and Gaffer launch the sponsored bike ride in |1999, above, and youngsters taking part in that year's big ride IAN MCINTYRE
I want to stay at the club and the gaffer knows that so hopefully we can sit down again and get something in place.
It's a nightmare for me because the gaffer wanted to push people on and I've always got half an eye that we are two versus two against those two good players, Blissett and Matty Taylor.
You can stand there all day and learn things from the gaffer.
BLUEBIRDS players were stunned when gaffer Dave Jones won the World Cup sweep.
My husband went to the club in the early Forties and remembers Gaffer Stone.
84sec, while Little Gaffer overcame a tardy start to win heat three in 28.
It's disappointing, the gaffer brought me to the club," the defender said.
Oh my God,'' gaffer Hunter von Leer of Marina del Rey said after Venice angler Bill Tittle initially hooked the beast.