Millwall will curse themselves for
missing chances late on that might have eased their relegation worries, but Potter insisted his players' resilience earned deserved reward.
Arambagh Club should curse themselves for
the defeat as pandemonium prevailed when they were leading 46-42.
They'll be wheeling Lord Haw Haw out next to scare us: "The people of England will curse themselves for
having preferred ruin from Churchill to peace from Hitler."
When Indians come to their senses and realise what a big ride Narendra Modi has taken them for, they are bound to curse themselves for
not granting Sonia the mandate to rule for a third successive term.
If they go through the motions punters may curse themselves for
getting involved at 21-20.
Those who were lucky enough to find it go away with delicious dresses, and those who didn't curse themselves for
missing a major fashion moment.
If City go down they will certainly curse themselves for
dropping five points to Scunthorpe, the Lincolnshire side poaching a draw at the Ricoh Arena despite being reduced to nine men.
And when she bumps into Sam on her way, the couple each make excuses for not having lunch with the other, then curse themselves for
The aging Railways should curse themselves for
the defeat as their players lacked the proper finish and threw away a number of scoring opportunities.
How Wales will curse themselves for
two mistakes late on.
How about choosing between an opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics that will make the Chinese curse themselves for
not having thought of it or granting cancer sufferers a few extra months of life with absurdly expensive drugs?
The Bees enjoyed the better of the first half and they were starting to curse themselves for
failing to capitalise on Sunderland's amateur defending.
ACCRINGTON snatched two late goals to notch their second suc-cessive UniBond Premier League victory, while the Seagulls were left to curse themselves for
losing this game.
Saints will curse themselves for
allowing Healey to saunter through, having failed to spot that he had switched deliberately from fly-half to scrum-half to exploit the chance.