bounce game

bounce game

n
(General Sporting Terms) (esp in soccer) a non-competitive game played as part of training
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Ex-Dundee keeper Bain showed why he was signed with a confident display in yesterday's hastily arranged bounce game.
The guys played a bounce game amongst themselves and the stats that came back from it were great, probably better than an actual match.
Do they play in a reserve game or a bounce game behind doors?
JAMES FOWLER knew he was ready to pull his boots on again after battling it out with a fiery 17-year-old in a bounce game.
Gerry was one of a number of players that came through a bounce game against Clyde in midweek, giving us some more options.
Larsson made his shock return in a full scale bounce game at Barrowfield yesterday morning after being sidelined since last October with a broken leg.
But he played the full 90 minutes of a bounce game against Musselburgh Juniors on Monday and is closing in on a return.
The 20-year-old has had two trial stints with the Scottish champions, netting a double in a bounce game against Newcastle earlier this month.
Zaluska, who signed last month following a successful trial, will line up against Dunfermline in a bounce game on Saturday and can't wait to finally begin his career in Scotland.
However, a hat-trick in a bounce game during a recent trial spell with United convinced Tannadice manager Mixu Paatelainen to offer the 18-year-old a contract.
The 19-year-old played a bounce game for the punters in Tynecastle as they waited on their heroes parading the Scottish Cup all the way back to the stadium in May.
WAS that really Celtic skipper Neil Lennon the Poacher spotted playing a bounce game of footie with kids in a Glasgow park?