goalkicker

goalkicker

(ˈɡəʊlˌkɪkə)
n
(General Sporting Terms) sport a person who makes a goal kick
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"Krisnan is a very good goalkicker, so once he starts to find his feet, he could come into the reckoning, but we would never carry somebody for their goalkicking alone.
Already England's co-captain, tactical general and goalkicker, Jones has now entrusted the Saracen with play-making duties as the countdown to next year's World Cup enters a key phase.
"There is always noise and it's part of being a goalkicker that you have to block noise out.
LEIGH Halfpenny will end a 14-month absence from the Test match arena tomorrow - and immediately resume the high-pressure role of principal goalkicker.
Sneyd was named the Lance Todd Trophy winner as man of the match, two years after being substituted in Castleford's defeat by Leeds, and his joy was in sharp contrast to Warrington's goalkicker Kurt Gidley, whose simple penalty miss early in the second half proved costly.
He's an absolutely outstanding goalkicker," head coach Jones said.
"Nobody can compare anybody to Jason, but Josh comes with a fantastic try-scoring record and he's an unbelievable goalkicker," said Diamond.
"Because Leigh Halfpenny is such a magnificent goalkicker, Dan's ability in that area has tended to be overlooked somewhat.
Goalkicker Dan 'bigged up' by Jenks NEIL JENKINS has backed Dan Biggar to relish the role of principal World Cup goalkicker.
"One's a leading goalkicker, one has got the potential to be a leading goalkicker, one's been around the football club for a long time ...
ST HELENS acting coach Mike Rush saluted goalkicker Lee Gaskell after his late strike.
Added to the fact that he is the Wallabies' goalkicker, it could be easy for the 23-year-old to buckle under the weight of the pressure on him.