go down that road

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go down that road

To pursue a particular course of action. Surgery could correct your fracture, but before we go down that road, let's see how much the cast helps.
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Liverpool might choose to look at other clubs who have gone down that road and wait to see how it goes before deciding to act on anything but I'm sure everything will be handled with the utmost sensitivity, especially when it comes to the families of the 96.
"I dragged Amy into it and without me there is no doubt that she would never have gone down that road. I ruined something beautiful," News of the World quoted him, as saying.
But the England gaffer has not gone down that road and a disappointed Strachan (left) said: "We've had some good players this season and Lee has been one of them.
"My intention will be to support it in my capacity here, though I haven't really gone down that road with the board yet," says Scott McLean, regional exporation geologist, Xstrata Nickel and past president of Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario.
"I feel very lucky not to have gone down that road. But I feel that's because the women around me were very magnetic, outgoing, outspoken, fun characters."
But he said he had no idea that she lived there and if he had known, then he would not have gone down that road.
"We should have gone down that road. We have played Llanelli, Leinster and Edinburgh in the Heineken Cup since then and they are very good rugby sides.