upfield

ADJECTIVE
  1. away from the defending teams' end of the playing field
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How To Use upfield In A Sentence

  • Keaton needs to be more assertive to get the ball upfield quickly.
  • Will he prove neither upfield fish nor midfield fowl? Times, Sunday Times
  • It's really important because he's a player with movement, he creates a lot of space for the other players, and he doesn't stay only upfield, Capello said. 'We've got one foot in the finals,' says England's Wayne Rooney
  • Quotable: "Kevin's closing speed behind the line and upfield is amazing. USATODAY.com
  • Learn some great tips on how to block upfield after a catch as a receiver in this free video clip on how to play football.
  • Will he prove neither upfield fish nor midfield fowl? Times, Sunday Times
  • All are quick and athletic, which should enable them to get upfield and make plays.
  • A punt upfield bounced just outside the Fleetwood penalty area. The Sun
  • The striker is in the clear but Jaaskelainen comes charging off his line and clears the ball upfield. Bolton Wanderers v Liverpool - as it happened!
  • He hacked a loose ball from virtually his own line well upfield and as Glasgow put on pressure, a penalty was awarded which Dan Parks slipped home.
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