set-piece


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set-piece

[ˈsɛtˌpiːs] adj (offensive, manoeuvre) → accuratamente programmato/a
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Only one critic gave it the thumbsdown, saying it jumped from set-piece to set-piece.
Van Dijk made it a centre-back double when he bundled home from a yard, after both he and Graziano Pelle rattled the post, again from a set-piece.
If you turn over the scrum you get a penalty, three points for 50 metres, so set-piece and the scrum set a massive platform for us today.
GLEE KICK Samaras leads the party after Celtic net from a set-piece
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.
We limited them to a few chances, then a set-piece did us.
Albion's set-piece work was a major failing in the defeat by Southampton Picture, IAIN FINDLAY
Sawaya & Moroni have established fertile working relationships with a number of architects, including Zaha Hadid and Jakob MacFarlane, to create limited edition set-piece furniture that gives free rein to the upper register of indulgent self-expression.
Caldy's rugby manager Gareth Davies believes the fast-starting Yorkshire side, who are renowned for their strong set-piece game, are better than their mid-table position suggests.
IT WAS interesting to see Alan IT WAS interesting to see Alan Pardew talk about Newcastle Pardew talk about Newcastle lacking a set-piece specialist lacking a set-piece specialist during his time at Newcastle.
Sort out Wales' set-piece Warren SIR - I don't think anyone in Wales is calling for the sacking of Warren Gatland, with the world cup only months away.
Tom Prydie claimed a consolation try for the Dragons when Connacht were down to 14 men, but the Irish side's dominant set-piece was too much for Lyn Jones' side.