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left-footer

n
(Roman Catholic Church) informal (esp in Ireland and Scotland) a Roman Catholic
[C20: from the Northern Irish saying that farm workers in Eire use the left foot to push a spade when digging]
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His return gave the team balance, he has a timing of pass that they've missed, a left-footer on the left-hand side and the confidence to get forward.
His return from injury gave the team balance, he has a timing of pass that they've missed, he's a left-footer on the left-hand side and has the confidence to get forward.
Fabio de Lima then got onto to the scoresheet, latching a long ball from the middle, surged ahead, shifted from right to left and sending a brilliant left-footer in.
In the 27th minute, Al Mabkhout sent in a cross from the right for Khalil who set it for Amoori but the latter's left-footer didn't have the power to beat Iraq goalkeeper Jalal Hachim.
Khaled fired in a left-footer, but it rebounded off the goalline milee.
The second came after a blunder by the Alaves defense about 10 minutes later, again with a left-footer from inside the box.
But then Ben Woodburn unleashed an unstoppable left-footer beyond the keeper after Dominic Solanke had broken away down the left and picked out the 17-year-old on the edge of the box.
We have a right-footer in the right place and a left-footer on the other side.
GARETH Bale's former PE teacher has spoken of his immense pride in his former pupil - and revealed how he insisted he play football with his right foot despite being a natural left-footer.
Bohs were ahead 1 as Paddy Kavanagh cut in from the right to rifle a left-footer to the net from distance.
Boss Tim Sherwood rates the versatile left-footer highly and is keen to see how he progresses with regular game time.
Finally, Musa met Tahir's cross with a fine left-footer to break the deadlock in the 74th minute, and captain Rodrigo Tabata sealed the result with a highlight goal.