Half-sighted

Half´-sight`ed

    (~sīt`ĕd)
a.1.Seeing imperfectly; having weak discernment.
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His suggestions that colonialism might be a means for occupied countries to grow into maturity - once they come to realise what's good for them - and that 'primitive' religions progress into monotheistic beliefs, seem at least half-sighted and at worst aligned with more unpleasant bigotry.
For starters, Rooney's shot from the edge of the box, as he drilled home Dion Dublin's clearing header, was not the most powerful, cleanly-hit of strikes, it also went through the legs of JLloyd Samuel, and then beat the half-sighted Peter Enckelman at his near post.
The teenage tearaway let fly with a low left-footer from the edge of the box, his shot whizzed through the legs of the advancing Samuel, and it beat the half-sighted Enckelman at his near post to lift the Gladwys Street End roof off.