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    • Join Date: Apr 2008
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    Question about the verb "RUSH"

    hi teachers, This is a paragraph about "the things you need to master as a goalkeeper guide". The meaning of "rush out of your goal" confuses me. Thank you very much

    In these situations you will need to react fast and you don't have time to change your mind. Once you are out of the goal try always to go the whole way and I promise that your own conviction will help you. Do not rush out of your goal if there is a teammate


    • Join Date: May 2008
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    Re: Question about the verb "RUSH"

    Rush out of the goal means to leave the goal area. This is usually done to approach an advancing member of the opposite team in an effort to win (take) the ball.

    I'm not a teacher.

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