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Adj.1.two-footed - having two feettwo-footed - having two feet      
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If he was two-footed then he'd probably have scored another five goals this season.
Allardyce said: "We feel disappointed Schneiderlin was still on the pitch because it's a two-footed challenge.
Ronaldo flew into a two-footed tackle on the PS86million Welshman, who replaced him as the world's most expensive player.
30PM SUNDERLAND boss Martin O'Neill has backed suggestions that referees are to be ordered to punish all two-footed challenges with red cards.
Martinez was angry after he was apparently told the red card was for a two-footed tackle and accused referee Stuart Attwell of "lying".
THE TIMES: Tony Pulis's Stoke players were thorny opponents for Middlesbrough, redoubling their efforts once Amdy Faye had been sent off in the 36th minute for a two-footed lunge on Mohamed Shawky.
REFEREES chiefs have denied officials have been ordered to clamp down on the two-footed tackle but are merely enforcing existing policy.
READING manager Steve Coppell wants two-footed tackles eliminated from football and believes now is the ideal time to focus on changing attitudes.
Cole was dismissed after a two-footed lunge left Foxes star Ben Thatcher writhing in agony and then took a couple of minutes to leave the field as heated exchanges broke out.
The game swung United's way after Albion skipper Derek McInnes was shown a straight red card for a two-footed lunge at Nicky Butt, but Baggies boss Gary Megson accepted referee Steve Bennett was right.
Organized by the Central Park Conservancy and Central Park Paws, the 5th annual event invites New York's two-footed and four-footed residents to come and enjoy a day of socialization, information, interaction and most importantly celebration of Central Park and its commitment to providing a dog friendly environment within this world famous landmark in America's largest city.
We feel a bit disappointed that Schneiderlin is still on the pitch - we didn't even get a free kick - because it's a two-footed challenge," the Hammers boss said.