Mugabe, who has not seen in public since Saturday' was said to be pondering whether to abandon power or face a run-off - a possible ruse to wrong-foot
his opponents' supporters.
Inzaghi struck the opener seconds from half-time when a Andrea Pirlo free-kick struck him on the shoulder to wrong-foot
goalkeeper Jose Reina.
TELECOMS giant BT Vision has joined the 3D TV revolution in a bid to wrong-foot
rivals Sky and Virgin Media by offering blockbuster movie StreetDance with specs appeal.
The Ulstermen ended their thrilling campaign on a relative low, with Xavi's long-range drive careering off Sammy Clingan's head to wrong-foot
It's nice to see someone wrong-foot
Jose, right, - the man's just too damn smug.
And, gaining momentum, Watford grabbed a third when a Joel Grant shot took a deflection off centre-back Stuart Wall to wrong-foot
goalkeeper Jonathan Tuffey.
It was 51 minutes until the next score, Fylde producing a brilliant move to put winger Mark Evans over, only for DK centre Warren Port to wrong-foot
the defence and score a fine try.
10) is fancied to wrong-foot
the bookies again by winning the opener at Huntingdon.
HDTV could wrong-foot
the Hollywood glamour machine, which turns ordinary looking people into stars thanks to magazine shoots and air-brushed videos.
As happened in the first half,Harrogate tookadvantageof all the missed chances and Turley saw his mis-hit shot wrong-foot
Peter Crookes to give Harrogatea 65thminute lead.
The Dutch midfielder hit a lucky 48th-minute winner as his speculative shot deflected off Ian Breckin to wrong-foot
Kallstrom was left unmarked and unchallenged on the edge of the penalty area after 39 minutes to wrong-foot
goalkeeper Aleksandrs Kolinko to score what proved to be the winner.
But Burton had to hang on after Housham's shot had taken a deflection to wrong-foot
keeper Matt Duke in the 67th minute.
But seconds later Darren Smith's 20-yard strike took a deflection to wrong-foot
keeper Paul Jarvie for the leveller.
The attempts by the Chelsea and Skipton building societies to wrong-foot
carpetbaggers pressing them to convert to banks could backfire, a leading building society analyst warned.