keep tab

keep tab(s) (on someone or something)

 and keep track (of someone or something)
Fig. to monitor someone or something; to follow the activities of someone or something. I'm supposed to keep track of my books. Try to keep tabs on everyone who works for you. It's hard to keep tabs when you have a lot of other work to do. I can't keep track of the money I earn. Maybe someone else is spending it.
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His form has not gone unnoticed and Klopp will keep tabs on the France-born star before deciding whether or not to take his pp keep tabs on th t e France-born star before deciding whether or not to take his interest in the player any further.
The Arsenal boss watched Schneiderlin in France's final group match with Ecuador and has detailed his scouts to keep tabs on the 24-year-old.
London, Sept 7 ( ANI ): Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants to add to his collection of Germans by raiding the Bundesliga for another midfielder, and has told his scouts to keep tabs on long-term targets Ilkay Gundogan of Borussia Dortmund and Lars Bender of Bayer Leverkusen.
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ONCE again I find myself being drawn into replying to a nonsense letter regarding smokers (Must Keep Tabs On Litterbug Smokers, 11.
What to do: If you're trying not to regain the weight you've lost, look for a program (like Weight Watchers) that will help you keep tabs on your weight.
The fourth annual forum was part of an ongoing commitment to keep tabs on the legislation's progress.
Some insurers are building knowledge-based systems that bring files up to speed in weeks, not years, and keep tabs on the shifting mass of claims data.
It would be impossible for even a team of people glued to TV sets around the world, let alone one person, to keep tabs on what is being said in the broadcast arena.
The YMBA also provides members with timely industry-related information so professionals can keep tabs on the many important developments in the banking field.
MIKE Ruddock has begun his own Big Brother programme in order to keep tabs on his overseas stars.
The consulting company, for which LAPD Chief William Bratton worked before getting hired by the city, is being paid $2 million a year to keep tabs on how well compliance is going.
According to Kryshtanovskaya, "security men are deliberately 'parachuted' into high government posts in a manner that resembles the Stalinist system of assigning commissars, or political watchdogs, to keep tabs on professional managers whose political loyalties may be suspect.