throw-in


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throw-in

Soccer the method of putting the ball into play after it has gone into touch by throwing it two-handed from behind the head to a teammate, both feet being kept on the ground
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Former Chelsea favourite Deschamps warned: "We know they often use low, straight throw-ins with well-defined positioning because that's something they've been repeating match after match.
Another point on throw-ins - the ball boys used the multi-ball system in the match and it worked brilliantly.
Pretty mundane fare, throwins, mostly leading to other throw-ins or the ball being cleared.
Delap is dangerous through his throw-ins because they are horizontal, you have no time to get to the ball, it comes like an arrow, it comes flat and it's so difficult to defend against.
Remmenga used a header to score off Heyl's first successful throw-in.
Taylor, who currently sits second in Rovers' scoring charts, said: ``The likes of Andy Legg at Peterborough are known for their long throws, but I don't want to be known for my throw-ins.
Dunn, who has 20 assists off throw-ins, saved the Cowboys from a 0-0 tie.
At Stoke every throw-in lasted about a minute and it really cut the game up.
The home side peppered the Crewe penalty area with a non-stop stream of crosses and long throw-ins.
It is 488 minutes since the Potters last scored a League goal without the assistance of a Delap throw-in.
With Quartz Hill clinging to a 1-0 lead, Lympany saw his chance midway through the second half on a throw-in from the left sideline.