controlled passing

controlled passing

A traffic movement procedure whereby two lines of traffic travelling in opposite directions are enabled to traverse alternately a point or section of route which can take only one line of traffic at a time.
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We struggled to get our controlled passing game going in the first half and that is as much down to the tactics of Sam Allardyce's side, lumping it high and hard, as anything else.
Playing a controlled passing game, Town created plenty of chances but had to wait until the 21st minute to take the lead.
Once a frenetic opening settled down, Arsenal's slick, controlled passing began to force Sunderland into chasing shadows.
Houllier and McLeish, despite their shortcomings, could see what needed to be done - develop a close and controlled passing game with the ball worked through midfield to the feet of technically-accomplished forwards.
Both teams battled against the elements with Athletic coming out on top with a great display of controlled passing football.
He bet even more by then asking them to play a controlled passing game, neglecting the fire and brimstone which is the hallmark of British teams.
We want to play a good, controlled passing game and not be reckless.
However, Monkseaton completely dominated the final, playing a controlled passing game and demonstrating a high level of skill and team spirit.
SANTOS faced their promotion rivals on Saturday and began the game playing controlled passing football and were rock steady at the back.
Belarus hit the bar, the post, carved us open on more than a few occasions with controlled passing and we must admit they looked a more accomplished side.
They'll rely on the running game and mix in a controlled passing attack to keep Oregon honest.
Home fans more accustomed to slick, controlled passing were seeing the ball hoofed long downfield, but despite having a good share of the early possession, there was precious little goalmouth action for Swansea.
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