unplayable


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not capable of or suitable for being played or played on

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Kenya is enduring a severe lack of playable fields, and the closure of Kasarani and Nyayo Stadium facilities for renovations coupled with doubleheaders has led to overuse of the remaining pitches, making them unplayable during rains.
Jimmy Walker | Slugger White, PGA Tour vice president of rules and competitions, said: "The 14th fairway is unplayable where we drive the ball.
unbelievable #PardewOut @SteveRobson55 haha another win and he'll [Pardew] be talking about a title challenge @ryan_shortt Pardew now labelling Obertan unplayable.
So, May 10, 2014 at York will go down in football's annals of unseasonable weather as a rival to June 2, 1975, when umpire Dickie Bird declared cricket unplayable at Buxton.
There was also a tie reversed in the north, as FC Nomads of Connah's Quay travelled to Llangollen Town after their home ground in Deeside was unplayable and won 3-0.
McMahon said: "When Jason is on the ball he can sometimes be unplayable.
The protected animals tore huge chunks out of the pitch at Rickmansworth Cricket Club, leaving it unplayable.
STEVE CLARKE has admitted West Brom found Swansea City unplayable earlier this season.
Aaron Ramsey claims Gareth Bale has gotten even better since Andre Villas-Boas took over Tottenham, with the Arsenal star admitting the winger has become unplayable as he continues to keep his side in the top four with match-winning performances.
Proud and patriotic Pulis has said he's desperate for Wales to turn it around under Coleman, and he added: "I thought Peter was unplayable here - and although I don't want to get into whether he's the best striker or if there's some better than him at the moment, I will admit I wish he was Welsh because it would help
The wispy stuff, we've always faced that at every British Open, but that bottom six inches, in some places it's almost unplayable.
2 The commitment of the best players can wane when a Major looms The French Open was a rollercoaster ride for favourite-backers - Lee Westwood was trading at 5-2 when in second place through 11 holes of his second round before playing his next four holes in five over par - but the Englishman's supporters may have sensed they were on to a loser when he opted to take an unplayable lie at the 12th on Friday.
He was speaking after easing into the quarter-finals in New York with a four-set win over David Ferrer in a match which had to be moved to court 13 after the Louis Armstrong Court was deemed unplayable by the players.
I thought Grant was unplayable at times today," said Lambert.
The officials inspected the pitch at 6pm and decided that the ground was unplayable.