It depends on the aircraft.
Aircraft with wing mounted engines, would have no problem in doing so, but they must have the opposite brake on at the same time, or else, your going to do a slight turn in the direction opposite the engine.
Aircraft with rear mounted engines, have a small to nil chance of that ever happening.
Some small aircraft have this system as well. The nose wheel is a free wheel, and steering is controlled with the brakes. Its a challenge at first, but you get accustomed to it over time.
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