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A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football. It involves a player dropping the ball and then kicking it after it bounces off the ground. Drop kicks are most importantly used as a method of restarting play and scoring points in rugby union and rugby league. Also, Association football goalkeepers often return the ball to play with drop kicks. The kick was once in wide use in both Australian rules football and gridiron football, but is today rarely seen in either sport.

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  • A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football. It involves a player dropping the ball and then kicking it after it bounces off the ground. Drop kicks are most importantly used as a method of restarting play and scoring points in rugby union and rugby league. Also, Association football goalkeepers often return the ball to play with drop kicks. The kick was once in wide use in both Australian rules football and gridiron football, but is today rarely seen in either sport.
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  • A drop kick is a type of kick in various codes of football. It involves a player dropping the ball and then kicking it after it bounces off the ground. Drop kicks are most importantly used as a method of restarting play and scoring points in rugby union and rugby league. Also, Association football goalkeepers often return the ball to play with drop kicks. The kick was once in wide use in both Australian rules football and gridiron football, but is today rarely seen in either sport.
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