Phil Cornwell Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Phil Cornwell Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Phil Cornwell Sayings: It's not often you find yourself writing about a game that you haven't seen one It's not often you find yourself writing about a game that you haven't seen one kick of. But it's not often that the favourites lose 5-0 in one of their most important matches of the season. But all things considered - the difference between expectations of success and margin of victory, the fact of Strachan's debut, the injury to Chris Sutton, the joy it will bring Rangers fans, and the potential financial loss of going out of Europe completely in the first week in August - it is hard to remember the last defeat this bad for any team.
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Phil Cornwell Sayings: The game's finest mistakes were perpetrated by Djimi Traore, who interrupted his general competence with The game's finest mistakes were perpetrated by Djimi Traore, who interrupted his general competence with one air shot, one slice over his own head and a foul so telegraphed that even the lenient referee seemed to have his card out a couple of seconds before contact was made, to show the first yellow of the game.
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Phil Cornwell Sayings: Having not had a chance to review the tape and obviously not been in the Having not had a chance to review the tape and obviously not been in the tunnel, I will take the Wenger amendment on this one for now.
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Phil Cornwell Sayings: Manchester United have risen to the pinnacle of the English game at a time when Manchester United have risen to the pinnacle of the English game at a time when the rewards are so high - thanks to the ticket to the Champions League - that they have resources that only a handful of other sides, through merit or the exploitation of the people of Russia, can approach.
Phil Cornwell Sayings: Tony Cottee once played in all four divisions in one season. Cottee started 2000-01 at Tony Cottee once played in all four divisions in one season. Cottee started 2000-01 at Leicester City, where he made a couple of Premiership appearances as a sub before being released to Norwich, in what was then Division One. In November the chance to be player-manager of Barnet came up and soon Cottee was playing in Division Three, but alas it did not work out. By March he was again looking for work and found it, with two sub appearances, at Millwall in Division Two.