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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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The former athlete and bobsledder went to his local library in 2004 to read up on the mechanics of the long throw-in, and when he didn't find anything on the shelves, he decided to make his own program over the next six months.
WE'LL TAKE THE ROAD Paterson continue to launch throw-ins into the opposition box if it leads more Scotland goals McArthur's, below
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.
"I've had one of the young lads taking long throw-ins. But he couldn't throw it far enough from the touch line, so we had a bring him in a few yards so he could get the ball into the box!"
In the wake of Saturday night's 2-0 victory over Tottenham to land Liverpool's sixth Champions League, Gronnemark was asked on Twitter: "Does Liverpool's throw-in coach only work on technique?
Knudsen (right) said: "I could see us scoring between five and 10 goals if we practice the throw-ins more.
Aron Gunnarsson GARETH Bale caused a real stir by taking a string of long throw-ins that were as bemusing to the Austrian defence as they were to the Welsh fans watching the match.
"But the one negative he saw was we surrendered possession when we had throw-ins. It is effectively like a pass.
Gronnemark holds the world record for the longest throw-in at 51.33m and is working with Klopp's players at Melwood on a part-time basis this season.
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold prepares to take a throw-in during at Crystal Palace last month GLYN KIRK