Coach: What's up?
Santiago: What's up? I, I just saw the reserve list. I'm not on the team. I didn't even make the bench. I don't get it. I play where you tell me to play. I play how you tell me to play.
Coach: I didn't drop you, son. You're not at my disposal.
Santiago: What are you talking about?
Coach: You're playing with that lot. In London on Saturday.
Gavin: Santiago. What are you waiting for? Come on.
Man: OK, guys. Let's get to work. Come on.
Commentator: Newcastle scraped through with a win over Chelsea, but it won't be enough in itself. Liverpool are breathing down their necks. And to make it worse, there is a makeshift look to the Newcastle Unitedline-up today with all their injury problems, and one of their substitutes, Santiago Munez, is a completely unknown quantity. Yes. He is. Apparently he was discovered playing in Los Angeles by Glen Foy, the ex-Newcastle midfielder. He's been turning some heads with his performances in the reserves, but this is a much, much higher level. I just wonder how he will cope if he does get the nod at some point today.
在体育运动中，bench 指“The place where the players on a team sit when not participating in a game”，也可以指“替补运动员”，所以“让某人做替补”就可以说成 keep sb. on the bench。 例如：However, Ecuador preserved their strength for the knockout stage, keeping their two star strikers Agustin Delgado and Carlos Tenorio on the bench.
2. At someone's disposal
At someone's disposal 这里的意思“归某人使用，供某人调遣”，这个片语常和put 连用，例如：They put their computer at our disposal for our entire stay.
3. Scrape through
这个片语的意思是“to only just avoid failing 勉强通过/成功”，例如：He scraped through his exams.
4. Breathe down someone's neck
这个片语有两个常用的意思，一个是“Pursue someone closely; pose a threat to one对某人紧追不放，威胁某人”，例如：The immigration authorities were breathing down his neck.
另一个意思是“Watch or supervise someone very closely严密监视某人（常指令人恼恨地）”，例如：The boss is always breathing down our necks.
Line-up 指的是“阵容，阵式”，在各类比赛中，我们常听到“首发阵容”这个词，英文里就是“starting lineup”，例如：He was back in the starting lineup after being benched at the start of Monday's game for oversleeping and missing a shootaround. 而在电影拍摄中的全明星阵容则为“all-star lineup”。
6. Turn one's head
这个片语的意思是“Cause to become infatuated 把某人变得昏头昏脑/入迷”，例如：The new teacher turned all the girls' heads.
在这个片段中，turn some heads 是指Santiago 的球技和在场上的表现赢得了一些认可和信任。
7. Get the nod
“Receive approval or assent得到认可，得到认同”的意思，例如：The contestant got the nod from the judges.
Chelsea Football Club 切尔西足球俱乐部
Chelsea Football Club (also known as The Blues or previously The Pensioners) are an English professional football club based in west London. Founded in 1905, they play in the Premier League (英格兰足球超级联赛) and have spent most of their history in the top tier in English football. They have had two broad periods of success, one during the 1960s and early 1970s, and the second from the late 1990s to the present day. Chelsea have won three league titles, four FA Cups, four League Cups and two UEFA Cup Winners' Cups.
Chelsea's home is the 42,055 capacity Stamford Bridge football stadium in Fulham, West London, where they have played since their foundation. Despite their name, the club is based just outside the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. In 2003, the club was bought by Russian oil tycoon Roman Abramovich.
The club's traditional kit colors are royal blue shirts and shorts with white socks. Their traditional crest is a ceremonial blue lion holding a staff; a modified version of this was adopted in 2005. Chelsea are one of the best-supported clubs in the UK, with an estimated fan base of around four million. The club have also made a contribution to popular culture, appearing in films and the music charts.
|Chelsea's first crest|
|Club crest 1953-1986|
Since the club's foundation, Chelsea has had four main crests, though all underwent minor variations. In 1905, Chelsea adopted as their first crest the image of a Chelsea pensioner, which obviously contributed to the "pensioner" nickname, and remained for the next half-century, though it never appeared on the shirts. As part of Ted Drake's modernization of the club from 1952 onwards, he insisted that the pensioner badge be removed from the match day programme in order to change the club's image and that a new crest be adopted. As a stop-gap, a temporary emblem comprising simply the initials C.F.C. was adopted for one year. In 1953, Chelsea's crest was changed to an upright blue lion looking backwards and holding a staff, which was to endure for the next three decades.
|Centenary club crest|
This crest was based on elements in the coat of arms of the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea with the "lion rampant regardant" taken from the arms of then club president Viscount Chelsea and the staff from the Abbots of Westminster, former Lords of the Manor of Chelsea. It also featured three red roses, to represent England, and two footballs. This was the first club badge to appear on shirts, since the policy of putting the crest on the shirts was only adopted in the early 1960s.
|Club crest 1986-2005|
In 1986, with new owners now at the club, Chelsea's crest was changed again as part of another attempt to modernize and to capitalize on new marketing opportunities. The new badge featured a more naturalistic non-heraldic lion, yellow and not blue, standing over the C.F.C. initials. It lasted for the next 19 years, with some modifications such as the use of different colors. With new ownership, and the club's centenary approaching, combined with demands from fans for the club's traditional badge to be restored, it was decided that the crest should be changed again in 2004. The new crest was officially adopted for the start of the 2005-06 season and marks a return to the older design of the blue heraldic lion holding a staff. As with previous crests, this one has appeared in various colors, including white and gold.
Chelsea have always worn blue shirts, although they initially adopted a lighter shade than the current version, and unlike today wore white shorts and dark blue socks. The lighter blue was taken from the racing colors of then club president, Earl Cadogan. The light blue shirts were short-lived, however, and replaced by a royal blue version in around 1912. When Tommy Docherty became manager in the early 1960s he changed the kit again, adding blue shorts (which have remained ever since) and white socks, believing it made the club's colors more distinctive, since no other major side used that combination; this kit was first worn during the 1964–65 season.
Chelsea's traditional away colors are all yellow or all white with blue trim, but, as with most teams, they have had some more unusual ones. The first away strip consisted of black and white stripes and for one game in the 1960s the team wore Inter Milan-style blue and black stripes, again at Docherty's behest. Other memorable away kits include a mint green strip in the 1980s, a red and white checked one in the early 90s and a graphite and tangerine addition in the mid-1990s. The current Chelsea away strip consists of a white shirt with two thin blue lines running up to the collar. It is worn with white shorts and white socks, although the socks can be worn as blue depending on the opposition's kit. Chelsea also launched a European kit which consists of black shirts, shorts and socks.
Chelsea's kit is currently manufactured by Adidas, which is contracted to supply the club's kit from 2006 to 2011. Their previous kit manufacturer was Umbro. Chelsea's first shirt sponsor was Gulf Air, agreed midway through the 1983-84 seasons. Following that, the club was sponsored by Grange Farms, Bai Lin tea and Italian company Simod before a long-term deal was signed with computer manufacturer Commodore International in 1989; Amiga, an off-shoot of Commodore, also appeared on the shirts. Chelsea was subsequently sponsored by Coors beer (1995-97), Autoglass (1997-2001) and Emirates Airline (2001-05). Chelsea's current shirt sponsor is Samsung Mobile.
They kept on singing all night.
He had a row with his wife and just walked out on her.
Go kick some ass at Wimbledon for me!