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Answer for the clue "Record struggle for club player? ", 11 letters:
disc jockey

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Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A person who plays and mixes recorded music at nightclubs, over the radio, and/or as a backup musician for spoken word, or hip hop performers.

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
disc jockey \disc" jock`ey\ (d[i^]sk" j[o^]k`[y^]), n. a person who plays records or compact disks of recorded music; especially, a person who selects and plays recorded music for broadcast over the radio, often making comments about the music or other ...

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ A Radio One disc jockey prattled in the background. ▪ Ike, former radio disc jockey , actually kept his congregation awake on Sunday mornings. ▪ The athletic disc jockey is a distinctively contemporary phenomenon.

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a person who announces and plays popular recorded music [syn: disk jockey , dj ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A disc jockey (abbreviated DJ , D.J. or deejay ) is a person who mixes recorded music as it is playing. Originally, the "disc" in "disc jockey" referred to gramophone records , but now "DJ" is used as an all-encompassing term to describe someone who mixes ...

Usage examples of disc jockey.

Then, in the lull that followed, out of the gloom, Marigold's very distinct tones could be heard saying to the man on her other side, 'Are you the chief buyer of Tower Records or a disc jockey for Radio 1?

Competing with them from somewhere in the back was the radio voice of a disc jockey identifying himself as 'your pal Bobby Russell' promising the new album by Prince to the caller who could give the name of the actor who had played Wally on Leave It to Beaver.

Gill had taken up with a disc jockey on a local radio station, a man whose enthusing voice Rebus seemed to hear whenever he entered a shop or a filling station, or passed the open window of a tenement block.

Kevin, the club's disc jockey, was pleased with the hard guitar and fast bass beat.

I switched on my cell phone again and keyed in the number for the unlisted back line that went directly to the broadcasting booth at KBAY, the biggest radio station in Santa Rosita County, where Sasha Good all was currently the disc jockey on the midnight-to-six air shift.

Ten minutes later a Spanish-speaking disc jockey signed off in a blur of static and a few seconds after that another voice traveled across the long night.

One night I tried to arrange a contact with a young Angel named Rodger, a one-time disc jockey.