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wall pass

n
(Soccer) soccer a movement in which one player passes the ball to another and sprints forward to receive the quickly played return. Also called: one-two
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Forget being outfought in the cup, the side could not string three passes together and this continued at Arsenal in the second half when instead of defending with the ball and manipulating possession, Liverpool were instead forced to retreat with no trace of the fluidity of wall passes, triangles and option for the man on the ball that defined Swansea City.
Their (Spain's) main idea will be possession, long transitions providing width which forces defenders to be more open and looking for wall passes to penetrate when they can," said Benitez.
Coun Phillipson said the line of Hadrian's Wall passes through the school site, and building a car park could mean concreting over a World Heritage Site.
Unfortunately, the Fly on the Wall passes on a word that the BHB, which did not escape criticism from the team, has raised objections about Zeffman's role.
The route of Hadrian's Wall passes directly under the pub, bringing a steady stream of customers to its new owners, Austin and Jackie Davies.
As the wall passes half a century in age, interesting degradation features have been observed (79).
Just as effective without the ball, Larsson pulled away from his markers to provide the wall passes for his advancing team mates.
He raced through after a series of wall passes and stabbed home the opener in 57 minutes.
We can't expect the 1990 playing version of Gazza to reappear at this World Cup, making those trademark jinking runs past defenders and playing lightning wall passes before rounding the keeper.
He can receive wall passes and come to receive the ball off Morientes.
He needs to keep the ball and he needs players around him to produce wall passes and things like this.
Walters was clearly offside when Simon Spender and Bennett exchanged a couple of wall passes.