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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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They were just helping the ball on, playing for throw-ins and corners.
The decision was was greeted with boos from the City's travelling supporters who thought Cardiff were most likely to score from the left side, with Legg's long throw-ins causing chaos.
My throw-ins are the first thing I'm asked about and when Shots becomes a regular in the team, it'll be the first thing he's asked about.
Here is the true match report: Stoke (Delap) took 19 long throw-ins.
Meanwhile, Rafael Benitez has been conducting extra training sessions at Melwood this week in a effort to neutralise the threat of the elaborate Rory Delap throw-ins which have harrowed many teams defences this season.
Two long, flat throw-ins fromDelap set up goals for Ricardo Fuller and Seyi Olofinjana and Gael Clichy's deflected injury-time strike was just a consolation for the Gunners.
Strikers backing into defenders, defenders tackling from behind, jersey pulling and moving forward at throw-ins and free-kicks.
Sacramento (38-24) update: The Kings have gone 4-4 since trading Chris Webber and throw-ins to Philadelphia for Kenny Thomas, Corliss Williamson and Brian Skinner on Feb.
A series of early attacking throw-ins culminated in a shot on Orient's goal by Darren Way after five minutes from just six yards out that was tipped around the post by Lee Harrison.
The Trotters played to their strengths and exploited a lack of height in Souness' team by launching well-drilled free-kicks and throw-ins into the United box at every occasion.
Six of the last seven goals have been conceded from set-plays, corners, free-kicks and throw-ins.