Don Hutchison knows how it feels >to have the red mist descend
United's Scouse striker Wayne Rooney will once again be the centre of attention for a fixture which rarely disappoints and often explodes with both teams capable of letting the red mist descend
on the most bitter of rivalries.
And the 31-year-old former Lokomotiv Moscow striker also insisted he will not let the red mist descend
in the future, even if he feels he has been hard done by.
You don't want to let the red mist descend
and lose the plot.
The African side were 1-0 down to an Ivica Olic goal but still in the game when Song saw the red mist descend
five minutes before half-time (above).
TROY Deeney admits that whenever he feels the red mist descend
he takes advice from his Saddlers' team-mates and channels his aggression into goals instead of gripes.
Kilgannon said: "I let the red mist descend
the last time and it was my fault, even though it was initially a heavy challenge by Muscat.
And I thought, if only Joey Barton had ignored Tevez, Aguero and Kompany at the Etihad Stadium and let his red mist descend
on Samir Nasri (left), would he now be a national hero.
When ice-cool Callum casually introduces himself as Kylie's ex and the father of Max, a red mist descends
and enraged crimper Dave lashes out with his fists.
RED MIST DESCENDS Britain's Dwain Chambers storms off the track after crashing out in the heats of the men's 60m
Before the hackles rise and the red mist descends
, let this Englishman unequivocally state that no one has more respect than me for Rugby Wales; for the way the game has always been played here, for the passion and knowledge of the fans and the post match celebrations - win or lose.
On TV and film everything feels safe and properly done whereas on stage you can find yourself alone with a battleaxe-wielding actor when the red mist descends
over his eyes.
The red mist descends
over normally mild-mannered butcher Ashley Peacock (Steven Arnold, above right), who flips his lid when he comes home to find his son Josh playing with recently-returned doctor Matt Ramsden (Stephen Beckett) - the boy's biological father.
Labour's transformation from socialism to social democracy represents one of the most extraordinary political achievements of the past decade, but every so often the red mist descends
and all that has changed since 1997 is forgotten.
On TV and film everything feels safe and properly done whereas on stage you can find yourself alone with a battleaxewielding actor when the red mist descends
over his eyes.