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  • v. Present participle of sidefoot.


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  • Totti went agonisingly close to a hat-trick with a rasping drive on the hour but Juan made it 4-1 by sidefooting home the rebound after Borini's header struck the woodwork.

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  • On Wednesday night Liam Trotter broke the Posh goalkeeper Paul Jones' resistance by sidefooting Millwall ahead after 32 minutes and the visitors seemed dead and buried when Hameur Bouazza collected Darius Henderson's pass and doubled the lead after the break.

    Paul Taylor gives Peterborough a point away to Millwall

  • The midfielder's cross precipitated Lovenkrands sidefooting Newcastle's third on a day when his imperious right-sided midfield presence represented a big reason why Matt Jarvis, Wolves' usually influential left winger, rarely secured possession.

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  • Fellow Champions League competitors Chelsea also gave themselves a boost with Terry sidefooting in after the lively Juan Mata had hit the post.

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  • Wolves' first came straight from the practice pitch, a neat free-kick between Hunt and O'Hara which resulted in the on-loan Tottenham midfielder sidefooting in from 15 yards.

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  • He missed a couple of good chances in the game, twice sidefooting tamely when played in by


  • Things got worse for Portsmouth shortly afterwards with Davies sidefooting the ball home after a turn of pace and some clever footwork from Weiss on the right. - Latest News Headlines

  • Tevez, in his own half, plays a straightforward sliderule pass for Adebayor, who runs between the centre-halves and through into the area before sidefooting coolly to Jensen's left.

    The Guardian World News

  • But the real plaudits - after a long wait - went to Aquilani and even a late goal from Belhadj, sidefooting in Frederic Piquionne's volley across goal, could not spoil his night.

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  • The Koreans give up a chance from it, Karagounis swinging one in from the right, Torosidis coming in from the left and sidefooting a volley over from ten yards, level with the far post.

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