But football has moved on since then and we're eight years behind the times
REM guitarist Peter Buck is a bit behind the times
when it comes to technology.
The online version is seen as an attempt to counter charges that the Labour leader is behind the times
, in particular compared to Conservative leader David Cameron, who has called Brown "an analogue Prime Minister in a digital age".
In Davis, the Raiders see an owner whose way of fixing a team that falls behind the times
is to bring back Shell, 12 years after his last head-coaching job, and let Shell bring back offensive coordinator Tom Walsh, six years after his last football job (in the meantime Walsh did become mayor of Swan Valley, Idaho).
Liverpool is so behind the times
with everything, because of the city council, past and present.
Still being behind the times
is, sort-of, on message.
seemed to be behind the times
as far as a good day spa was concerned.
The whole holiday experience is moving on and we don't want to be behind the times
One wonders whether the 1993 Biennial has so often been extolled of late precisely because in its day--given that "political correctness" had by then already become a cultural cliche--it was just behind the times
A serious gap will reveal where you may be behind the times
, lacking critical knowledge or even--heaven forbid--incompetent.
Although the Church is behind the times
with its double standards and contradictions, there must be a time and place for everything.
Leave it to the National Education Association to be behind the times
UK Horizons is a couple of years behind the times
, so only now offers viewers the chance to catch up with episodes first screened on BBC1 a couple of years ago.
They're already behind the times
, as this small California site attests.