Definition of 'touchline ban'
Example sentences containing 'touchline ban'
The Sun (2007)
If found guilty, he is likely to be fined as it is a first offence, rather than given a touchline ban.Times, Sunday Times (2011) The Sun (2012)
Definition of touchline ban from the Collins English Dictionary
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