game time


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game time

n. time to go do what has to be done; time to go to work. (see also (It’s) showtime!.) Okay, gang, let’s get going. It’s game time.
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Stand-off Williams (right) was reduced to a bit-part in Wayne Bennett's squad in Australia, even filling in at hooker and centre in his limited game time.
We need to make a good balance for the team, to give game time for all the players," Puel told press on Thursday.
And even though he has hit four top-flight goals - as well as three in the Europa League and one in a World Cup qualifier - he knows his lack of game time is hampering his hopes of starting for France in Russia in the summer.
Burke and Chadli have trained but still haven't had the game time that you would want them to have.
I was also not able to say this will take one month, two months or three months, so we thought after so little game time in the last season and, maybe, little game time in front of him in this season, it makes sense that he gets game time in his legs, so that is why we gave him on loan to Burton.
But for players who are very eager to test out the first-person shooter, there's actually a way for you to enjoy at least 10 hours of game time as early as Oct.
1 ea - game time - recumbent cycle (surface mount).
It is game time for him and it has been few and far > TURN TO PAGE 35 > FROM BACK PAGE between because he has had too many injuries unfortunately.
For them, it's really important to have game time," Koeman said.
Since arriving with the Cardiff Blues last summer ankle ligament problems curtailed his game time at the World Cup last autumn, while the 24-yearold cut a peripheral figure in the 2016 Six Nations Championship with limited game time off the bench.
There is nothing quite like playing, so hopefully they'll go back to their regions and get some game time under their belt.
The 20-year-old has been recalled by Saints boss Ronald Koeman from a loan spell at MK Dons due to a lack of game time.
NEWCASTLE United have one of the Premier League's best records when it comes to giving game time to young players Just over half, 51 per cent, of the Magpies' playing time in the league since the start of the 2013-14 season has been given to players aged 25 and under.
He needs game time but with the rotation system and Daniel Sturridge coming back he's unlikely to get much.
Allot's granular analytics also showed that Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, Skype Chat and Viber were up 200 percent over the average use during game time.