left-footed


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left-footed

adj
1. (Soccer) kicked with the left foot: a left-footed shot.
2. (Soccer) favouring one's left foot; having a stronger left foot: a left-footed player.
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Also, he's naturally left-footed - we don't have a natural left-footer in the team at the moment.
Boss Louis van Gaal (right) has just one fit left-footed defender in Daley Blind, with Luke Shaw out long-term and Marcos Rojo sidelined with a hamstring problem.
After a goalless first-half, Newport hit the post five minutes after the restart as Christian Jolley fired left-footed towards goal from a tight angle.
Adriano doubled the lead in the 43rd with a left-footed shot from just inside the box.
By the time he left, many people thought he was naturally left-footed.
The game was often restricted to long-range efforts, with Adam Miller's left-footed strike sailing wide, before City tried their luck from distance.
Rovers hit back to level matters after 40 minutes when Jo Kuffour headed the ball down and Craig Disley curled home a left-footed shot from 20 yards.
DAMIEN Johnson's left-footed volley has to be our most important goal of the season so far.
Dunivant, a right-hander who is naturally left-footed, was mentored by former U.
He walked in a second after bursting through from midfield and rounding Nixon, who was then beaten by a Patrick McGuinness own goal Next, Harvey, of So Solid Crew, set off on a run and curled a left-footed shot past Bruce Grobbelaar.
Locos restored their lead when Craig Ross smashed homea left-footed shot from 10 yards but Sanderson again found Polworth and the veteran headed Clach back level.
But there isn't exactly a crowd of outstanding left-footed candidates vying for his place.