Definition of 'finisher'
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He is a great finisher and has good movement - he can make the difference. The Sun (2016)People question his fitness but when he's on the field he's as good a finisher as anybody. The Sun (2016)On top of that, he has a fantastic attribute of a guy who is a good finisher - he is calm. The Sun (2016)What he needs to become is a really good finisher. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Three of the best finishers in world football right now. The Sun (2016)The race will be run to suit this strong finisher so have a saver on him. The Sun (2007)The thing is that he was always a good finisher anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He is the best finisher in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The forecast fast pace will suit this strong finisher. The Sun (2008)The experts have now looked at the three top finishers at the six major marathons over the same period. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is strong, quick and a good finisher. The Sun (2015)This makes him, in my opinion the best finisher in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The pair are strong finishers, with the former expected to gain first run. The Sun (2011)He is intelligent, a good finisher. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is the best finisher in the world, there is no one better. The Sun (2010)He seems to be a good finisher, but you must score tries to win tight rugby matches. The Sun (2011)A strong finisher but also a good creator of tries. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He's a very good finisher. The Sun (2015)He is not a good enough finisher to play as a central striker: only two league goals from open play this season. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The top three finishers in Spain will secure a trip to Brazil. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Spanish frontman is a lethal finisher, though three of his league goals have been pens. The Sun (2013)He is also a sharp finisher, scoring three times in the French league this season. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But he's not the strongest of finishers and needs to prove he can handle the all-weather. The Sun (2010)No. But they have in common tremendous pace, they are good finishers and both are intelligent. The Sun (2010)He only beat one other finisher at Wincanton last month but was classy over hurdles and shouldn't be taken lightly. The Sun (2011)This Cup weekend the 10,000 prize pot will be shared by the top three finishers and there is a grand for last place! The Sun (2010)Leicester played some decent football but, unless they find a prolific finisher fast, they are going to spend the campaign in a relegation dogfight. The Sun (2014)
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