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Also, I had never heard of the "tunnel of death". Hmmm. We played Sevens though.
Rush Keeper (or PopRush) means that the goalie can come out on pitch (actually no different to a proper match, if he’s suicidal), and Fly Keeper is where the last man back can pick up the ball.
though rush keeper doesn't really need a name, unless you are playing on a 5/7-a-side pitch with a marked area shirely?
spider keepers are also outfield players that can use their hands if they're closest to the goal
fly keeper doesn't it? or do you have to define specific spider keepers?
but its just what they were called at my school
keeper is when the furthest back can use his hands!!!
spider keeper??? are you on glue?
rush keeper = one person was assigned to be the goalkeeper but was allowed to come out of his area and try to score himself if he wanted. So basically a regular keeper, ha.
monkey rush = last person back can use his hands.
i didnt make it up! i preferred rush goalie though, as i was usually in goal (through choice, not shitness) and hated other people being able to handle the ball
Skully means anyone back can use there hands.
We had Any-Manny which was anyone could be keeper. Never played with a "back" keeper...
basically last man back whoever they are gets to use hands and act like a real goalie if there aren't the numbers to make up decent sized real teams