kick away

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vt sepwegstoßen; (= knock down)niedertreten
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Hosts Colwyn Bay made a promising start with Mulholland and Rainford going close but they also had to be alert at the back with Will Booth heading a free kick away from danger.
African Football is important to PUMA, and the ten years of partnership we have enjoyed with the GFA have seen some great moments none more so than the Black Stars being a kick away from becoming the first African team to reach a World Cup semi-final, four years ago, Christian Voigt, PUMA s Senior Head of Sports Marketing, said.
In the second half, Al-Arabi's defender Ahmad Ibrahim accidently scored an own-goal for Kuwait at minute (56) when he attempted to kick away a cross shot delivered by attacker Fahad Al-Enezi into Al-Arabi's box.
MANILA -- Roll out the welcoming mat, kick away the sneakers and just go at it.
to tie them around our waists and kick away from the cliff as they pull.
Under immense pressure, Joshua Daniels calmly tucked the spot kick away.
Two brothers went to help kick away the fake gun before the police and paramedics arrived around 12 minutes later.
The Stag's Head pub played host to a gathering of Hearts and Hibs fans yesterday - a goal kick away from where the sides last met in the Scottish Cup Final at Logie Green.
It is extremely disappointing because I was expecting us to kick away in that second half.
FOOTBALL starlet Kevin Humble is just one kick away from playing for England in the annual Danone Nations Cup.
I think we were all pretty worried when he didn't kick away from them on the turn like he usually does," Steve Kenly said.
But there's another big game coming up and you're only one kick away from everybody thinking you're a poor kicker so you have to keep your concentration.