kick away

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vt sepwegstoßen; (= knock down)niedertreten
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"He hit the winning penalty with the last kick away to Wasps a few weeks ago, he struck a really important long-range penalty in our away win over Northampton and he dealt with the occasion very well during his Champions Cup start up at Edinburgh.
Some interesting decisions to kick away possession to a big and fast Oadby back three would never once prove valuable, with them running the ball back with real venom.
DAVID MORGAN believes the 2-1 FA Cup win over Ashton United last weekend can help Southport kick away from relegation danger in the Conference North.
They don't kick away possession and we will have to be on top of our game defensively.
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.
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.