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- adj. Having two legs or feet.
- adj. Ambidextrous of the feet; having equal ability with either foot.
- adj. Using both feet.
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- adj. having two feet
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My trail appeared as though I had played a sporadic game of hopscotch: a two-footed jump here, a one-footed hop there.
In both cases, however, the tackler had launched himself like a sort of human missile, although neither challenge was two-footed.
In defending an innocuous situation near the middle of the pitch, Torres launched himself into a nasty two-footed tackle on Swansea midfielder Mark Gower .
Just as we go into three minutes of stoppage time, Nasri crosses the ball and Aguero flicks a free header just over the bar.90+1 mins: Glen Johnson wins the ball with a perfectly timed ... two-footed tackle.
So we can't really be that surprised that so far there have been less shots here than at a children's Christmas party.37 mins There are only so many different ways I can tell you that nothing is happening.38 mins "Providing it hasn't broken his leg or made reproduction impossible, 'a two-footed scissor-type affair' does sound quite erotic," writes Ian Copestake.
Both tackles won the ball cleanly, but I can understand if it has been decided that two-footed, studs-up tackles are by nature dangerous and must be eliminated.
And the one we're going to settle on, it seems, is that late in the game two-footed tackle from Glen Johnson on Joleon Lescott.
That is what happened, eventually, when the tackle from behind was outlawed, and the two-footed flying tackle from any angle would appear to be the next target.
He then condemned Rooney for urging Chris Foy to dismiss Kompany for a two-footed tackle on Nani in the FA Cup third round and was involved in an exchange with Steven Gerrard after saying Glen Johnson deserved to be sent off in Liverpool's Carling Cup semi-final win last week.
It was actually a really dangerous challenge from Palacios –a two-footed scissor-type affair.
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