stepover


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stepover

(ˈstɛpˌəʊvə)
n
(Soccer) football an instance of raising the foot over the ball while in possession in order to wrong-foot an opponent
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finishing passes at small stepover are typically used in HSM.
He even has a pet labrador called Pedalada (stepover).
But by a happy quirk, the wide-open planning legacy of the Mostyns has bequeathed the town the ability to create a shopper's dream - boasting all the vibrant and atmospheric bustle without the dodging, stepover hustle.
Russell Martin was off-target from range, as was Lee who fired over after the move of the first half involving a Betsy stepover and an Easter cutback.
It can't be Paul Scholes, who is injured, nor the Stepover Kid Cristiano Ronaldo, who is suspended, and as for Rio Ferdinand?
''You would be amazed at the number of youngsters who want to copy Ronaldo's stepover...and Rooney's gobbing off,'' he said.
Bingham's cutback fell for Danny Lennon after Andy Smith's stepover but the midfielder's shot was saved by the legs of Mathers.
Then once we have done the 1/8[inches] stepover we generate a very smooth finish with a 1/2[inches] or 5/8[inches] ball nose endmill, which we call Minimaster.
Cruyff, who like Ronaldo was adept at the stepover during his playing career, said: 'The game needs more players like him.
Halliday's clever stepover allowed Paul Leeman time to pick his spot, giving McDonald no chance from five yards.
As the cutter moves along the surface, it will constantly "spiral" along the blade-stacking axis, thus never making an abrupt stepover. This is sometimes referred to as "orange peeling."