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scuffle

US a type of hoe operated by pushing rather than pulling
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Walk into Scufflers and there's a choice of traditional tables and compact half-moon tables against the wall with high stools.
Do not expect a feast of flowing football, as these teams are essentially scufflers and scrappers, but Aldo will want his players to fizz from the first whistle and Tranmere can lead at the break before registering a 2-0 win.
It was the only Premier League fixture, an indignity usually reserved for relegation scufflers turfed out of the FA Cup with indecent haste The demonstrations continued outside the ground afterwards.
Cool, elegant and sophisticated - or balding little scufflers happy to sweat blood for the cause without a moment's thought of personal glory?
It's an attitude you can get away with in the more technical arena of European football, but not when you're facing the scufflers and desperados of the Premiership.
The Shepherds Bush choral society cruelly was equally terse, serenading Adams' doomed scufflers with: "We're going to Liverpool, you're going to Hartlepool.
The scufflers of the Premier League are not sprinkled with stardust, or sugar coated with celebrity.
Leo Roget put in a header that the big American grabbed down low while Glynn Hurst went close from 25 yards as the honest scufflers took a grip.
Luke Lecrass, 15, Jake Thomas, 15, and Louis Hatton, 13, all travelled up to SW19 from Bristol - and they were mortified to discover Wimbledon was a football-free zone, a throwback to the days when this parish was infested by artless scufflers Vinnie Jones, John Fashanu and Dennis Wise.
He had prepared for a battle by leaving out Jermaine Pennant and going back to the scufflers he felt he could rely on.
If Gregory won the style wars for Hugo Boss, he was betrayed by a side who could not raise themselves above the level of scufflers for anything but fleeting moments.
An out-of-his-depth Dublin and a trio of midfield scufflers in Batty, Butt and Lee was all Hoddle could come up with as Owen's back-up.