back-heel

back-heel

vb (tr)
(General Sporting Terms) to strike the ball with one's heel and make it go behind one
n
(General Sporting Terms) an act of striking the ball behind one with one's heel

back-heel


Past participle: back-heeled
Gerund: back-heeling

Imperative
back-heel
back-heel
Present
I back-heel
you back-heel
he/she/it back-heels
we back-heel
you back-heel
they back-heel
Preterite
I back-heeled
you back-heeled
he/she/it back-heeled
we back-heeled
you back-heeled
they back-heeled
Present Continuous
I am back-heeling
you are back-heeling
he/she/it is back-heeling
we are back-heeling
you are back-heeling
they are back-heeling
Present Perfect
I have back-heeled
you have back-heeled
he/she/it has back-heeled
we have back-heeled
you have back-heeled
they have back-heeled
Past Continuous
I was back-heeling
you were back-heeling
he/she/it was back-heeling
we were back-heeling
you were back-heeling
they were back-heeling
Past Perfect
I had back-heeled
you had back-heeled
he/she/it had back-heeled
we had back-heeled
you had back-heeled
they had back-heeled
Future
I will back-heel
you will back-heel
he/she/it will back-heel
we will back-heel
you will back-heel
they will back-heel
Future Perfect
I will have back-heeled
you will have back-heeled
he/she/it will have back-heeled
we will have back-heeled
you will have back-heeled
they will have back-heeled
Future Continuous
I will be back-heeling
you will be back-heeling
he/she/it will be back-heeling
we will be back-heeling
you will be back-heeling
they will be back-heeling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been back-heeling
you have been back-heeling
he/she/it has been back-heeling
we have been back-heeling
you have been back-heeling
they have been back-heeling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been back-heeling
you will have been back-heeling
he/she/it will have been back-heeling
we will have been back-heeling
you will have been back-heeling
they will have been back-heeling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been back-heeling
you had been back-heeling
he/she/it had been back-heeling
we had been back-heeling
you had been back-heeling
they had been back-heeling
Conditional
I would back-heel
you would back-heel
he/she/it would back-heel
we would back-heel
you would back-heel
they would back-heel
Past Conditional
I would have back-heeled
you would have back-heeled
he/she/it would have back-heeled
we would have back-heeled
you would have back-heeled
they would have back-heeled
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References in periodicals archive ?
Ogkmpoe's clever back-heel in the first half put the home side in front.
The former Spurs and Peterborough hitman got off the mark with a naughty back-heel as Lee Clark's new-look Kilmarnock bagged an early Betfred Cup group win at Clyde.
KING JAMIE THE FIRST Vardy celebrates his first England goal - a superb back-heel
Ramiro Funes Mori restored Everton's lead in the 90th minute only for Terry to back-heel in from close range - although he was a yard offside.
Stockport took a sixth minute lead when Nathan Neequaye's clever back-heel released Ben Brooks and he rounded the keeper to score.
Christian Atsu set them on their way after only four A minutes, stroking in from Andre Ayew's clever A back-heel.
On the half-hour a neat back-heel by Kike found Adomah, but his ball out wide for over-lapping Friend was poor and defender intercepted with a sliding tackle.
Delph, who scored with a back-heel eight minutes from time, said: "I thought we were the better team from the start and we looked like we wanted it more.
BACK-HEEL BLUNDER (Jul 2011) Balotelli is immediately substituted by an enraged Mancini after performing a pirouette and back-heeling wide when clean through on goal in a pre-season friendly against the Los Angeles Galaxy.
It's something I just don't understand, how you can back-heel somebody in the head when they are lying on the floor.
Kenny Lowe scored with a looping header and then set up Donowa with an extravagant back-heel.
bar] UAE international Theyab Awana is expected to escape a ban for his back-heel penalty during a recent win over Lebanon, despite his own manager describing the spot-kick as 'disrespectful'.