set-piece


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set-piece

[ˈsɛtˌpiːs] adj (offensive, manoeuvre) → accuratamente programmato/a
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Manager Jack Ross revealed that the side constantly work on their set-piece routines in training, but admitted that particular free-kick was one that the players came up with on the spot.
Having warned his team about West Brom's threat at set-pieces, and spending time in the build-up to that game working on defensive drills, United still nearly conceded a late equaliser from a corner at the Hawthorns - barely 15 minutes after Gareth Barry scored from a set-piece.
Bristol City's set-piece expertise Boro need to be extra wary of set piece dangers against Bristol City this weekend.
Swansea were a consistent threat from set-piece situations last season, among the Premier League's most effective sides from dead-ball situations.
Quality delivery from Wayne Rooney - and set-piece specialist Gylfi Sigurdsson if he joins - will give our players the chance to really attack the ball.
Meanwhile Wagner insists he has no major worries over set-piece defending.
Under Rafa Benitez, set-piece goals have become merely commonplace.
Danny Simpson says Leicester need to get to grip with the new grappling laws after set-piece sloppiness cost them at Manchester United.
The Swedes, who conceded three first-half goals against Argentina and Germany last year, have tried to turn their weakness at set-piece situations into strengths.
The England skipper was furious at gifting Sweden's former Aston Villa star Olof Mellberg (below) two set-piece goals before England recovered to win 3-2.
Another Rose set-piece from 40-yards out cleared the goalmouth and unmarked County substitute Dave Gilroy completed the simple task to ensure County won all three points.