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Thread starter Ferrarista Start date Dec 29, Ferrarista Member The Netherlands. I'm doing a little research into English loan words that have ended up in the Italian language. Italian football players often refer to their manager using the word mister. Does any native speaker from England I don't think this is related to American English know whether or not and at what stage probably a long time ago the word mister was used to indicate a football manager.
As far as I'm aware, nowadays mister is never used in England, it's always the manager or the gaffer.
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Therefore one can conclude that the word either entered the Italian language in a period when in England it was common to call a football manager 'mister' which then apparently changed in Britain but remained common practice in Italy or that the word was simply loaned and applied to Italian foootball managers, regardless of the situation in England.
Can anyone shed some light on this?
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Last edited: Dec 29, Players called their manager Mister simply as a form of respect. Football was introduced in Italy by Englishmen living in Italy at the end of the 19th century.
I suppose that Italians heard this word pronounced by their English friends and started to address their managers like that. That's my opinion; let's wait for a native.
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