They probably tried but couldn't, these being the most bone-headed Ockers ever seen: all butterfingered
crash-bang-wallop and strewing kickable penalties like Bill Gates doling out charitable donations.
McGrath for a towering six off butterfingered
Paul Reiffel and successive fours off the first two balls of Damien Fleming's final over.
Ridley is more explosive than BJGE, but he's going to have to curb the butterfingered
ways that plagued him late in his rookie season if he hopes to play at all.
Which makes it a good week for sloppy eaters, soapdodgers and butterfingered
He may also have been the one man in the place who was caught by surprise reprises by Letizi's butterfingered
As so often, it was vice-captain Dougie Brown, one of the previous day's butterfingered
miscreants, who atoned with an important half-century, shared chiefly in a stand of 75 with Tony Frost.
But at least 34-year-old Nasser, unlike some butterfingered
team-mates on the field, safely held on to 7lb 3oz Joel yesterday when he proudly showed him off for the first time.
He and scrum-half Robert Howley did their not inconsiderable best, but trapped between feeble forwards and butterfingered
backs Gareth Edwards and Barry John would have struggled.
OXO ``Good Grips'' tools are a true friend to any butterfingered
A few were the fault of butterfingered
receivers, but most were due to his surprisingly inexplicable decision making.
Lowly Broadstreet, bolstered by a fistful of recent recruits, maintained their improving form with a second successive home win denting the promotion prospects of a Dudley Kingswinford side lightweight up front, butterfingered
and lacklustre behind.
We couldn't even beat the most butterfingered
Australian team there ever was.
That run came close to ending multiple times in each of the last two outings, but the butterfingered
Bears and Packers failed to capitalize on their opportunities.
I sense the presence of butterfingered
David Davies in all of this.
Even that needed an assist from Polish keeper Jerzy Dudek, whose feeble attempt to hang on to the Blackburn Rovers striker's close-range volley was butterfingered
enough to recall the golden days of Gary Sprake.