- Aug 10, 2007
Why are you trying to give me English lessons?"Definition of form: b. Fitness, as of an athlete or animal, with regard to health or training."
"Definition of fitness: The condition of being physically fit and healthy."
Is he physically fit and healthy? Then he has lost skill. If you consider his reasons of being poor that he lacks the physical form he once had then you are fully right saying "he lost form.".
However if he can't perform because he hasn't had confidence in 12 months then that is a decline in skill which he needs and can regain.
Interesting is looking at "form table" of different clubs, you will see that it only includes 5-10 matches and never the entire season. The season result is showed in a league table not a "form table".
Also another related definition of form; c. The past performance of a racehorse.
Like I said, I won't argue this in here, stop rambling, it's also a weird way of debating what you are trying to debate.