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set-piece

[ˈsɛtˌpiːs] adj (offensive, manoeuvre) → accuratamente programmato/a
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Quality delivery from Wayne Rooney - and set-piece specialist Gylfi Sigurdsson if he joins - will give our players the chance to really attack the ball.
The manager changed to a 5-3-2 system but again saw his side concede from a set-piece after just five minutes to give the visitors the momentum.
Coach Eddie Jones knows the 57-times capped second row from their time together at Saracens and has turned to him for his set-piece expertise ahead of the two-Test series against a fresh-faced Welsh team.
MICK McCARTHY is praying the Republic of Ireland's set-piece prowess can damage Switzerland in their Euro 2020 qualification hopes.
It addressed a decline in the number of set-piece goals the Reds had scored since Klopp took over.
HEAD coach Slaven Bilic is leaving no stone unturned in his bid to shore up West Brom's dishevelled set-piece defending.
The former England captain has scored five times in seven outings and is earning a reputation as a set-piece master to rival his former international teammate David Beckham.
Silva (above) was disappointed about again conceding from a set-piece for Aymeric Laporte's opener, but tried to stress the positives.
And Ross says that proves that the Black Cats can make up for their lack of stature by ensuring that their set-piece deliveries are up to standard.
But in Sunderland's 4-0 Checkatrade Trophy win over Newcastle United's U21s last week, the Black Cats scored from two corners taken byChris Maguireand Ross says that proves they can make up for their lack of stature by ensuring that their set-piece deliveries are up to standard.
Swansea fans seem to have been complaining pretty much non-stop about set-piece frailties since dinosaurs roamed the earth.