He told Popsugar Australia: "We're always joking that we move the goalposts
of what we're aiming for all the time.
So long as the pesky animals don't move the goalposts
again and, for example, move into the city.
Everybody will have a different perspective and will move the goalposts
to judge whether it's moving forward or not.
CAMPAIGNERS have raised concerns that a review of fuel poverty will move the goalposts
on tackling the issue, as the Government announced who will lead the inquiry.
In reality, what Ofsted has done yet again is to move the goalposts
Van der Logt laughed that hewas tempted to move the goalposts
Did she already move the goalposts
and just looking for rationalization
Far from being to blame for this farce, it looks like the council's only fault has been to try to find away forward from Cardiff City's attempt to - yet again - move the goalposts
on this increasingly farcical project.
Eleven VCs from the conflict are on show in Brecon Military Museum, home of the Welsh Border Regiment that was formed two years after the Zulu Wars had ceased and the MoD decided to move the goalposts
by merging various regiments.
Furious MPs have attacked Government attempts to move the goalposts
on the miners' compensation scheme in a way which threatens to leave tens of thousands of widows in Wales without any payout.
Employers of firefighters again move the goalposts
If employees have a target and they are working hard to achieve, it cannot only be contractually dangerous to move the goalposts
in mid-stream, it can also be seriously demotivating.
Sympathy is not enough for those 11 ticket-holders who had a once-in-a-lifetime chance taken away because somebody at the Tote decided to move the goalposts
So rather than actually deal with the nub of the problem - that ambulance crews are struggling to reach targets because of intolerable pressures - they're just going to move the goalposts
This is wise indeed, given the propensity of the Government to move the goalposts
on this project.