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Has Buck coined a new Phrase ?


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I am not sure I heard it before yesterday but I have heard it several times since Buck came out with "Marquee Signing" ???

Has it been used before ? or is this Chelsea creating yet more history ? :rolleyes:

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Its a commonly used phrase in America, which is I guess why Buck used it. Another term like it is "franchise player", which is akin to "Talisman" in football

on an unrelated note, I actually like Buck. I think its because he looks like larry david

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