whole pitch

whole pitch

The pitch of a gable roof whose vertical rise is equal to the span.
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THE positions United need to strengthen in this transfer window go across the whole pitch.
Some clubs do have covered areas but the whole pitch cannot be seen from here.
Referee David Ingram inspected the whole pitch at half time before allowing the game to continue.
He said: "You can normally see the whole pitch. We've got the best view in the whole street.
"And yes, that save was just incredible, but if we don't defend the whole pitch like we did Ali cannot make 20 saves like the last one.
But if we don't defend the whole pitch together like we did tonight he can't make 20 saves like that last one.
I started texting her the whole pitch of how we should do it.
Well sure, money is a tangible thing too; but stick with me, you ain't heard the whole pitch yet.
"Gary, up at Newcastle United for example, was in the top three on the whole pitch. That's something we insist upon, and Gary has taken that on board and does a tremendous amount of work up and down that line."
A prudent selection of one's seat would offer a decent view of the whole pitch only marred when some idiot chants 'Stand up if you believe in whatever.'.