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Entry from July 12, 2015
“Bad kicking is bad football” (Australian rules football adage)

Entry in progress—B.P.

Google Books
The Full Points Footy Encyclopedia Of Australian Football Clubs
Volume Two

By John Devaney
London (?): Full Point Publications
Pg. 120:
If ever the old adage “bad kicking is bad football” was applicable it was to Central Augusta’s soul-destroying 2008 grand final effort against Port.

The Age (Melbourne, Australia)
Dons pay for lack of poise
May 9, 2010
Rohan Connolly
BAD kicking is bad football. Good kicking wins you games. Seldom has the essential truth of those two football cliches been so effectively underlined as at Etihad Stadium yesterday, where Essendon butchered a game it should have won, and Port Adelaide’s efficiency and accuracy kept it alive long enough to have a winning chance.

Lucas Garth
Q3 - An old adage: Bad kicking is bad football. Pies have had 6 more shots on goal but trail by 9. The game is cruel sometimes.
6:51 AM - 3 Jul 2015

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CitySports/Games • Sunday, July 12, 2015 • Permalink