scouting front

scouting front

[′skau̇d·iŋ ‚frənt]
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The distance along the scouting line between the outer limits of visibility of the two outboard scouts on the scouting line.
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On the scouting front, there are no records to back me up, but I am absolutely sure that there was a rise in attendance at scouting functions for the next several months.
Nothing has continued to happen on the scouting front - an area that has been neglected to the point of non-existence - and he is adamant it has to be addressed.
the Japanese But Weng market ha dramatically he first arriv football brough likes V i e i Emma We "The istf Wenger said: "The competition is higher on the scouting front.
United are set to stick with their policy of unearthing youngsters from the Continent, and their work on the scouting front has been ongoing since the transfer window shut.
For instance, Dave Bassett has offered his services if I need any help on the scouting front.
More defensive options are also required so, after assessing the finances available to him, the United boss is committed to being busy on the scouting front over the next few weeks, with Ballack no longer on his list.