back pass


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back pass

n
soccer a deliberate pass backwards to the goalkeeper
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Sanchez scored in the 30th minute after a mistake from Wes Brown, who scuffed a back pass to Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone.
Then the keeper made a great stop to keep out Zat Knight's rocket-paced back pass.
But Finland battled back and drew level in bizarre circumstances as Scotland defender Rhonda Jones' back pass caught out keeper Gemma Fay.
There were big question marks over Oldham's first two goals, especially the second when George Pilkington was harshly penalised for a back pass.
Tomasz Kuszczak is an excellent goalkeeper with a great future, but he has frequently given me palpitations with his tendency to handle the ball too close to the edge of his area and the way he delays dealing with a "no-pressure" back pass.
However, a disputed decision by the referee over a back pass led to Farsley getting a late equaliser and then going on to win the tie with a goal in the last minute.
He pounced a bad back pass by Dallas defender Greg Vanney - a former UCLA and Galaxy star - and evaded another defender, Clarence Goodson.
But the big talking point was a controversial free kick for an Igor Balis back pass that visiting keeper Joe Murphy picked up six yards out.
The big defender failed miserably short with a headed back pass and Leigh Hinds pounced to net with a neat lob.
MARTIN DWYER, controversially disqualified on Dispol Evita, nevertheless completed a double for the day-scoring on Back Pass in the 12-furlong median auction maiden and Steely Dan in the ten-furlong handicap.
A passes to B, receives a back pass, then passes to C on the flank.
ROBBIE Elliott's back pass blunder has left Bolton looking nervously over their shoulder as the promotion pack close in.