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    Sepmre is offline Member
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    Exclamation I could feel their breath on my neck

    Hi,

    Could anyone explain to me what this express conveys?

    The same was true of Liverpool in the years when United were on top from 1993 onwards, but I could always feel their breath on my neck from 25 miles away.


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    Default Re: I could feel their breath on my neck

    not a teacher

    It seems to mean that although United were ahead of the competition during that period, he (whoever he may be) always felt that Liverpool remained a close and threatening opponent.

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