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For questions generally relating to commonly used terms, jargons, notations, idioms etc. associated with a particular sport. Questions using this tag should also be tagged with the specific sport in question.

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As you said in question these terms are used interchangeably. From Wikipedia: In association football, a manager is an occupation of head coach in the United Kingdom responsible for running a foot …
answered Dec 10 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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A 'perfect over' of 6 wickets taken with 6 consecutive ballsbbc was achieved by Australian Aled Carey on 21 January 2017 while bowling for his club Golden Point against East Ballarat. This perfect ove …
answered Jan 14 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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There are many theories on origin of "love" in tennis few of them are as follows, Less popular theory uses the Dutch or Flemish word “lof,” meaning “honor.” The idea is that the player with zero poi …
answered Nov 13 '17 by Ram Chandra Giri
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From Wikipedia article "Glossary of ice hockey terms": Healthy scratch An uninjured player on the roster who does not dress for a game. Only 20 players (22 in international competition) are …
answered Jan 15 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri
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(Partial answer) From WTA 2018 calender: TFC: Total Financial Commitment is the Tournament’s Investment in the event, including Tour Fees, Bonus Pool contributions and on-site prize money : …
answered Jan 29 '18 by Ram Chandra Giri