kick-up


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kick-up

n
an action in which a person or animal kicks their legs up
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He is known to be keen to do his own football scenes in the film, and in June this year a video emerged of him doing kick-ups in his back garden with Barcelona forward Neymar.
In between doing kick-ups with his good foot (the one not in a protective cast) and dishing out sweets to the substitutes, injured player-secretary Stefan Chilton provided touchline commentary, explaining that centre-forward Jay Chambers is not the force he once was.
The Serb then proceeded to do some impromptu kick-ups with Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema.
Osman said: "You can change someone's life for the better and all you have to do is run, walk, skip or even do kick-ups for one mile for Sport Relief.
Youngsters from Year 5 asked Andy Booth questions about his career, including how many kick-ups he could do.
With the help of Arsenal Soccer School, we will have a series of competitions for adults and children, like target-shooting, kick-ups and a penalty shootout against the Bahrain national ladies' team goalkeeper.
Alongside the penalty shoot out contest there will be two other football skills competitions: kick-ups and target shooting, as well as a raffle, DJ, food and drink stalls.
10 (ANI): Soccer prodigy Josh Clancy has been dubbed the "keepy uppy king" after learning how to do 4,000 continuous kick-ups at the age of ten.
Kick-Ups, Hiccups, Lock-Ups: The Autobiography by Mickey Thomas.
Me and my dad were doing kick-ups on the sidelines and Richard Williams, who was coaching my brother, asked me to come down to Derby to train because he said that he could see something in me.