Pから始まる英語のサッカー用語【単語 & フレーズ】

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pace

/peɪs/

速さ, ペース

Pep Guardiola on Adama Traoré: “Nobody can handle this pace. It’s almost impossible.”

palm the ball

/pɑːm ðə bɔːl/

手のひらで弾く

The ball pops to James and somehow, Oblak manages to palm the shot away!

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パネンカ, フワッと蹴るPK

This is the moment Depay doubled Lyon’s advantage via a Panenka penalty.

panic

/ˈpænɪk/

慌てる, パニック

Don’t panic! I’m behind you!

park the bus

/pɑːk ðə bʌs/

ブロックを形成して守備をする

Chelsea should just park the bus tonight rather than attacking to avoid a heavy defeat.

parry a shot

/ˈpæri ə ʃɒt/

シュートを弾く

Xavi gives a shot from distance! And Iker Casillas parries the shot away!

pass

/pɑːs/

パス, パスをする

N’Golo Kanté made a neat pass to Mason Mount here.

pass completion

/pɑːs kəmˈpliːʃn/

成功パス

Dani Ceballos was great in the U21 EUROs group stages with 89% pass completion.

pass forward

/pɑːs ˈfɔːwəd/

前方にパスをする

Robertson passed the long ball forward and his teammate got a scoring opportunity.

pass from A to B

/pɑːs from A tə B/

AからBへのパス

The goal all started with a brilliant pass from Dele Alli to Harry Kane in the midfield.

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pass the ball around

/pɑːs ðə bɔːl əˈraʊnd/

パスを回す

Quicker! Pass the ball around and get away from defenders!

patience

/ˈpeɪʃns/

忍耐

We must have patience until the opposition team lets down their guard.

penalise

/ˈpiːnəlaɪz/

〜を罰する

The referee penalised Mendy as he committed a foul in the box.

penalty arc

/ˈpenəlti ɑːk/

ペナルティーアーク

Players must stay outside of the penalty arct when the spot kick is taken.

penalty area

/ˈpenəlti ˈeəriə/

ペナルティーエリア

The foul was committed inside the penalty area, so there was a penalty kick.

penalty kick

/ˈpenəlti kɪk/

ペナルティーキック, PK

Neymar has definitely become one of the best penalty kick takers in the world.

penalty spot

/ˈpenəlti spɒt/

ペナルティースポット

Penalty spot is a point within the penalty area and 12 yards from the goal.

penalty shoot-out

/ˈpenəlti ˈʃuːt aʊt/

PK戦

The Champions league game was tied, so it had to end with a penalty shoot-out.

performance

/pəˈfɔːməns/

パフォーマンス, 出来ばえ

What is Cristiano Ronaldo’s best Champions League performance of all time?

philosophy

/fəˈlɒsəfi/

(サッカーに関する)哲学, 考え方

The manager’s philosophy was to let the superstars play and shine on their own.

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physical contact

/ˈfɪzɪkl ˈkɒntækt/

身体の接触

There was physical contact in the box between Koulibaly and Messi.

physio

/ˈfɪziəʊ/

理学療法士

The physio had to run onto the field to give some treatment.

pick up the second ball

/pɪk ʌp ðə ˈsekənd bɔːl/

セカンドボールを拾う

After forcing Real Madrid to kick a long ball, Ajax was able to pick up the second ball.

picky

/ˈpɪki/

こだわりの強い

Cristiano Ronaldo is picky about what he wears and what he eats.

pinball

/ˈpɪnbɔːl/

ピンボール(のようなボール動き)

After a bit of pinball in the box, Salah arrives to smash home from close range.

pinpoint pass

/ˈpɪnpɔɪnt pɑːs/

ピンポイントパス

Luka Modric finds Carvajal with a pinpoint pass but the receiver just can’t bring it down.

pitch

/pɪtʃ/

ピッチ

The Emirates Stadium pitch is in perfect condition this afternoon ahead of the match.

pitch condition

/pɪtʃ kənˈdɪʃn/

ピッチコンディション, ピッチ状況

How’s the pitch condition today?

place the ball

/pleɪs ðə bɔːl/

ボールを置く

The referee made the player place the ball at the spot of the foul.

plan B

/plæn B/

作戦B, 別の手段

Bayern Munich were losing, so they had to move onto plan B.

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platform

/ˈplætfɔːm/

(パスの)経由地, 集約ポイント

It’s usually unnoticeable, but Busquets is making a passing platform in the midfield.

play a blinder

/pleɪ ə ˈblaɪndə(r)/

素晴らしいプレーをする

Chelsea played a blinder and won the game!

play for a draw

/pleɪ fə(r) ə drɔː/

引き分け狙いでプレーする

What Man United need to do against Leicester is play for a draw.

play for a win

/pleɪ fə(r) ə wɪn/

勝利を目指してプレーする

We always play for a win. So, today’s result is disappointing.

play in a dangerous manner

/pleɪ ɪn ə ˈdeɪndʒərəs ˈmænə(r)/

危険な方法でプレーする

Playing in a dangerous manner is any action that threatens injury to someone.

play on

/pleɪ ɒn/

プレーオン

Joshua Kimmich called for a foul, but the referee said to play on.

play out from the back

/pleɪ aʊt frəm ðə bæk/

後方からプレーを作る

Mikel Arteta was explaining how to receive the ball and play out from the back.

play the ball

/pleɪ ðə bɔːl/

(相手選手ではなく)ボールにプレーする

I thought he played the ball first, but penalty was given to Barcelona.

play to the whistle

/pleɪ tə ðə ˈwɪsl/

笛がなるまでプレーする

The managaer yelled “Play to the whistle!”.

play with passion

/pleɪ wɪð ˈpæʃn/

気持ちを持ってプレーする

We have to play with passion, pride and confidence as long as we play for the national team.

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playmaker

/ˈpleɪmeɪkə(r)/

司令塔

Without a doubt, Kevin DE Bruyne is the best playmaker in the world.

playoff

/ˈpleɪ ɒf/

プレーオフ

FulhamFC won their playoff at Wembley Stadium to earn promotion to the Premier League.

point

/pɔɪnt/

勝ち点, ポイント

After today’s loss, Liverpool can no longer beat Man City’s record of 100 points.

poor

/pɔː(r)/

しょぼい, 質の低い

Angel Di Maria’s performance was poor in that game although he is usually fantastic.

position

/pəˈzɪʃn/

ポジション

Marcelo had to hold his position to block the opposing left winger.

positioning

/pəˈzɪʃənɪŋ/

ポジショニング, 位置どり

Van Dijk was the best by a mile. His positioning was perfect throughout the match.

positives

/ˈpɒzətɪv/

肯定的な要素

Today’s loss is tough for everyone. But we need to find positives and improve as a team.

possession

/pəˈzeʃn/

ポゼッション, ボール保持

Ajax maintained good possession tonight against Manchester United.

post-match

/pəʊst mætʃ/

試合後の

There was a post-match award ceremony after the League victory.

potential

/pəˈtenʃl/

潜在能力, ポテンシャル, 〜になり得るもの

You have a lot of potential as a goalkeeper. Why don’t you try?

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power shot

/ˈpaʊə(r) ʃɒt/

力強いシュート

It was a power shot from outside of the box! So close!

powerful

/ˈpaʊəfl/

力強い

GOAL! Aston Villa’s Clark breaks the deadlock with a powerful header!

powerhouse

/ˈpaʊəhaʊs/

力を持ったチーム

Manchester City could lose a key contributor to a La Liga powerhouse.

practice

/ˈpræktɪs/

〜を練習する

Practice makes perfect. Just do it.

precaution

/prɪˈkɔːʃn/

予防

Aubameyang wore a bandage in training to protect his wrist for precaution.

precise

/prɪˈsaɪs/

精密な

Modric’s precise crosses and passes can set up goals for Croatia.

pre-match

/priː mætʃ/

試合前の

Here’s a footage of Scott McTominay’s prematch interview.

pre-season

/priː ˈsiːzn/

シーズン前の, プレシーズンの

Practice during pre-season matters in order to stay sharp.

prepare

/prɪˈpeə(r)/

〜を準備する

PSV had to prepare well for the challenging opener of the league.

preparation

/ˌprepəˈreɪʃn/

準備

Jurgen Klopp says preparation was key in Liverpool’s solid defensive setup against Arsenal.

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press back

/pres bæk/

プレスバックする, 後方から追いかける

Real Madrid pressed back against Borussia Dortmund every time they lost the ball.

press from the front

/pres frəm ðə frʌnt/

前線からプレスをかける

Burnley forced Chelsea to kick the ball, attacking hard and pressing the ball at the front.

press the ball

/pres ðə bɔːl/

ボールにプレスをかける

Liverpool began to press in midfield not to give time and space to play.

pressure

/ˈpreʃə(r)/

プレッシャー

The manager was giving gestures to tell players how to put pressure on the defensive line.

pretend

/prɪˈtend/

〜のふりをする

Alexandre Lacazette pretended he was fouled, but the referee didn’t blew his whistle.

prevent

/prɪˈvent/

〜を防ぐ

Gomez and Van Dijk track back well to prevent Willian from scoring on the counter.

previous match

/ˈpriːviəs mætʃ/

前回の試合

The previous match with Leicester City was really worth watching!

pride

/praɪd/

プライド, 誇り

New Brazil coach Dunga has vowed to restore the pride of the national team.

progress

/ˈprəʊɡres/

進歩する

Ole thinks club have to get the sports director position right if they are to make real progress.

promising

/ˈprɒmɪsɪŋ/

有望な

Kylian Mbappe is a promising youngster.

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promote

/prəˈməʊt/

昇格する

Leeds United have been promoted to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years.

promotion race

/prəˈməʊʃn reɪs/

昇格争い

The promotion race is hot! Now five teams are involved!

protector

/prəˈtektə(r)/

保護具, プロテクター

You should ask referee if you can wear the knee protector on the pitch.

protest

/ˈprəʊtest/

〜に抗議をする

He has been handed a two-match ban for using offensive language to protest the referee.

prove one’s talent

/pruːv wʌnz ˈtælənt/

〜の才能を証明する

Greenwood proved his generational talent in the match against Manchester City.

provide a creative spark

/prəˈvaɪd ə kriˈeɪtɪv spɑːk/

創造的な輝きを放つ

Asensio is coming on! Can he provide a creative spark for Real Madrid?

provisionally

/prəˈvɪʒənəli/

現時点で

Sheffield United went provisionally 4th of the Premier League table.

provocative

/prəˈvɒkətɪv/

挑発的な

The left winger gave a provocative gesture and was given a yellow card.

pull a muscle

/pʊl ə ˈmʌsl/

筋肉を痛める

Barcelona is reporting that Vidal pulled a right thigh muscle in the match yesterday.

pull one back

/pʊl wʌn bæk/

1点返す

Leicester City pulls one back in the first half! Jamie Vardy with a bullet header!

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pull the trigger

/pʊl ðə ˈtrɪɡə(r)/

スイッチを入れる

Miralem Pjanic is pulling the trigger of the attack. Now, three players are coming forward!

pull one’s shirt

/pʊl wʌnz ʃɜːt/

〜のシャツを引っ張る

Hey, ref! This guy was pulling my shirt!

punch away

/pʌntʃ əˈweɪ/

拳で弾く

Kasper Schmeichel nearly caught the ball, but instead opted to punch it away.

pundit

/ˈpʌndɪt/

専門家

The football pundit went on and on about overrated players.

punish

/ˈpʌnɪʃ/

〜を罰する

The small error was punished by the opposing team and it costed the match.

push

/pʊʃ/

〜を押す

Gabriel Barbosa pushed Erling Haaland near the box. So, he received a yellow card.

pushover

/ˈpʊʃəʊvə(r)/

たやすい相手, 試合

There are many young players in Ajax squad, but they will be no pushover.

put A up against B

/pʊt A ʌp əˈɡenst B/

(セットプレー時などに)AをBにあてる

The arrangement for practice was to put Laporte up against Fernandinho.

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