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A tackle executed in the air. 2, record 1, English, - high%20tackle
A tackle is usually done by extending the leg to get the ball out of the opponent's control. 2, record 1, English, - high%20tackle
Even if permitted by the rules, it is a move which could cause accidents - ex.: A foot kick in an opponent's face. 2, record 1, English, - high%20tackle
Tacle exécuté dans les airs. 3, record 1, French, - tacle%20saut%C3%A9
tacle; tackle : action de reprendre du pied le contrôle du ballon en possession de l'adversaire, sans risque de blesser ce dernier. 4, record 1, French, - tacle%20saut%C3%A9
Mouvement ou jeu permis par le règlement, il constitue néanmoins un risque d'accident - ex. : coup de pied à la figure de l'adversaire. 3, record 1, French, - tacle%20saut%C3%A9
tacle/tackle sauté : d'après «tacle/tackle glissé». 3, record 1, French, - tacle%20saut%C3%A9
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