Football is A Game of Two Halves :
Fly On The Wall :
If you are able to see and hear events as they happen, you are a fly on the wall.
Fly The Coop :
When children leave home to live away from their parents, they fly the coop.
Fly The Coop :
When someone flies the coop, they leave home and their family to start a new life.
Fly The Flag :
If someone flies the flag, they represent or support their country.
Food For Thought :
If something is food for thought, it is worth thinking about or considering seriously.
Fool Me Once, Shame On You; Fool Me Twice, Shame On Me :
This means that you should learn from your mistakes and not allow people to take advantage of you repeatedly.
Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread :
This idiom is used where people who are inexperienced or lack knowledge do something that more informed people would avoid.
Foot in Mouth :
This is used to describe someone who has just said something embarrassing, tactless, inappropriate, wrong or stupid.
Foot in The Door :
If you have or get your foot in the door, you start working in a company or organization at a low level, hoping that you will be able to progress from there.
Foot The Bill :
The person who foots the bill pays the bill for everybody.
When Tania got an advance increment his colleagues demanded a treat and he had to foot the bill
Football’s A Game of Two Halves :
If something is a game of two halves, it means that it is possible for someone’s fortunes or luck to change and the person who is winning could end up a loser.
For A Song :
If you buy or sell something for a song, it is very cheap.
Football is A Game of Two Halves
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