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Tangerine Chris
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I wish Ross would change his habbit of hitting the ball straight down the middle of the goal, and hoping the keeper dives either side.  If I recall correctly, his last 5 penalties have all been down the middle of the goal, and if keepers study this, they will soon learn not to move


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He's scored them all though hasn't he? Isn't that what counts?


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I believe hitting the ball hard down the middle is the best technique. However penalty takers are studied and they need to change from time to time. Ross spoke to JT on the radio about his penalty taking and the practice he puts in each week. He did comment on the need for variations but understandable gave little away.
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Quoted from Tangerine Chris
I wish Ross would change his habbit of hitting the ball straight down the middle of the goal, and hoping the keeper dives either side.  If I recall correctly, his last 5 penalties have all been down the middle of the goal, and if keepers study this, they will soon learn not to move



Please delete this post, if the next keeper saves it, you can take the blame......
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Quoted from Tangerine Chris
I wish Ross would change his habbit of hitting the ball straight down the middle of the goal, and hoping the keeper dives either side.  If I recall correctly, his last 5 penalties have all been down the middle of the goal, and if keepers study this, they will soon learn not to move


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He's scored them all though hasn't he? Isn't that what counts?


he missed against welling away, FA trophy, hit the post.


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I highly doubt that keepers would stand still, even if they knew that Hannah normally hits down the middle. Hannah also hits his penalties so hard that it's unlikely that a keeper would save it, as long as he hits it high!
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Good keepers do study which way kickers put their pens,

That's why Macca went left every time at Wembley.

Seriously, he should change it now and again,

If we get one at Lincoln, put it to the keepers left Ross,


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Maybe he sees the keeper move and decides to go down the centre?


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Quoted from Mariner Ronnie


he missed against welling away, FA trophy, hit the post.


Yeah, possibly the only time he hasn't banged it straight down the middle!  



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