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  1. AlexAD's Avatar
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    #1

    the players have come in

    Hello.

    I quote a football player, 'The manager has a great squad here every time hes changed the team the players have come in and performed well'.

    How do you understand the highlighted part? I think it means that players take a part in a game.

    I would appreciate any comment you might have.

    Thanks,

    Alex.

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    Re: the players have come in

    Yes. The new players have come into the structure of existing players, and fit in immediately - but not necessarily for just one match.

    b

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