lacking skill

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Unfortunately, many youngsters are lacking skill to get a job in the market.
My brother's a typical egg chaser - lacking skill but he has the raw power and pace.
An O'Gara penalty three minutes from the break was the only positive note in a first half lacking skill and cohesion.
Yet people dismiss him as too slow, lacking skill and craft and so on.
1 : lacking skill or grace in movement <clumsy fingers>
Our team was a combination of veteran playmakers and raw youthful energy, maybe lacking skill, but no ounce of drive.
French international Djorkaeff, signed on loan until the end of the season from Kaiserslautern, was thrown into Bolton's relegation struggle and witnessed a performance from both sides lacking skill and class.
47 per cent indicated that customer service skills are the most lacking amongst entry-level employees within the transport and logistics sector, while 42 per cent reported supply chain management was the most lacking skill for entry level candidates.
Schoolchildren appear to place a great deal of value on athletic ability, and those with a reputation for lacking skill in this area often experience sadness, isolation and social rejection.
Any squad boasting the likes of David Beckham, Paul Scholes, and Joe Cole cannot be accused of lacking skill or creativity.
Draper was pulling all the strings in midfield but in truth this was a decidedly average Villa display against a shocking Forest outfit lacking skill and bottle.