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free (adjective)


  1. Finding himself free , [Frankowski]RECIPIENT , in his first international appearance for four years, found the net at the second attempt. [75331 / p7]
  2. In the 56th minute, Akalé had the game's first real opportunity as flicks from Tainio and Kalou found [him]RECIPIENT free [in the penalty area]TARGET but his fierce strike was dragged wide. [79734 / p7]
  3. One final chance fell the French side's way when a high ball found [Kalou]RECIPIENT free [six metres from goal]TARGET but his mid-air glancing volley failed to beat Schranz. [79734 / p8]
  4. They struck again from close range five minutes later after Nenad Djordjevic had glanced on a Vukcevic corner and [Ilic]RECIPIENT, free [at the back post]TARGET, headed past Sidibe. [79741 / p5]
  5. The visiting side, by contrast, looked threatening on the counterattack - [Cristian Ciocoiu]RECIPIENT was left free [in front of goal]TARGET on 15 minutes but Palop was quick to race out and reduce the angle on the Romanian forward. [79950 / p4]
  6. But free [at the back-post]TARGET [he]RECIPIENT headed straight at Sagna. [80110 / p7]
  7. The goalkeeper was on hand to save the Bulgarian side again deep into added time as [Lange]RECIPIENT found himself free [on the edge of the penalty area]TARGET but could not beat Kolev . [79240 / p5]

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RECIPIENT [Player] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

Finding himself free Frankowski
free himin the penalty area
free Kalousix metres from goal
free Ilicat the back post
was left free Cristian Ciocoiuin front of goal
free heat the back-post
found himself free Langeon the edge of the penalt...