Clarke sees Foster as an essential last line of defence as he prepares for his first season as a Premier League manager.
What does LLOD stand for?
LLOD stands for Last Line of Defence (online community)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Today, I will set out how Labour will be the last line of defence in your community for an NHS coming under sustained attack from David Cameron.
But French international winger Cyril Stacul has risen superbly to the challenge and been one of his side's star men throughout his time as the last line of defence.
In the West, paradoxically, zoning laws were the last line of defence against the egotistical urges of private landowners.
Now it's the turn of another centre, Neil Boobyer, to act as the last line of defence.
Recalling past international keepers who performed at a consistently high level, one wonders, despite manager Gregory's support for his last line of defence, whose judgement is at fault.
6 Steve Ogrizovic clicks back into the old routine as City's last line of defence.
The Ospreys full-back has admitted it took him a while to settle as the last line of defence for Wales.