[Grammar] game players coach

mohamed015

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the stand out game this weekend was A verses B, which has ended 3-1 for the host A, after their defeat B's coach Kyle
Barker declared that his team was playing well the whole 90 minutes and created a lots of chances, But they were not
clinical enough in front of goal. He blamed his (their?) defeat to the two centre back mistakes and the effectiveness of his players in front of goal.
Of course, these declarations will lead undoubtedly to a division amongst him and his players, and we'll see how this
develops over the next few days.
 
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Hello mohamed015, and welcome to the forum. :)
The standout game this weekend was A verses B, which [STRIKE]has ended 3-1 for[/STRIKE] the hosts A won 3-1. After their defeat, B's coach Kyle Barker declared that his team was playing well the whole 90 minutes and created a lot of chances, but they were not clinical enough in front of goal. He blamed [STRIKE]his[/STRIKE] their defeat [STRIKE]to[/STRIKE] on the two centre-back mistakes and the ineffectiveness of his players in front of goal.
Of course, these declarations will undoubtedly lead [STRIKE]undoubtedly[/STRIKE] to a rift [STRIKE]division amongst[/STRIKE] between him and his players, and we'll see how this develops over the next few days.

Note that I have moved your thread to our Editing & Writing Topics section.
 

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I suggest using vs. Then you don't have to know how to spell versus.
;-)
 

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I suggest using vs. Then you don't have to know how to spell versus.
;-)

Also "stand-out" instead of "standout". thank you
 

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No. Use "standout" (one word) instead of "stand out" (two words).
 
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