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  • noun Plural form of backpass.


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  • Suspected double agent – codename Alex – appeared determined to bring Chelsea down from the inside by giving backpasses to the enemy.

    Conical bifter; and FiverLeaks

  • Excessively harsh, I reckon - feet go far high when performing overhead kicks, for instance, and Cech did not have the ball fully in both arms - but at least it shows that Arsenal can penetrate this defence ... especially if helped by crazy backpasses from Drogba, which was at the origin of that opportunity.

    The Guardian World News


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