Credit to Karanka for having the nerve to
change mid-season and his 4-1-4-1 formation worked a treat at Arsenal.
The Spurs boss also praised Kane for having the nerve to
take the second penalty having missed the first.
Rodgers talks about having the nerve to
take possession in tight situations, to take the ball under pressure.
And they should have been deeply ashamed of their achievement, instead of having the nerve to
claim there were no last opportunities.
Phil Casey looks at five reasons why he was chosen: PASSION FOR THE CAUSE Clarke has always been a committed member of the European team, even having the nerve to
tell captain Seve Ballesteros what he thought about being left out of the opening day's play as a rookie in 1997.
Successive governments have let preachers like Abu Hamza and Anjem Choudary peddle their hatred of Britain and everything we stand for while having the nerve to
live off our State.
By the way, I do apologise to James Benton for having the nerve to
write a letter which criticises the contribution of another correspondent.
To keep arguing that point is to guarantee more 'safe' franchise films instead of studios having the nerve to
at least try to make something as bold - and expensive - as this.
As was Evans for having the nerve to
ask an engineer creating the world's first synthetic egg by removing a quail's eggshell and replacing it with a man-made one: "What's the point?
I must admit to never really having the nerve to
drift up on a pod of hippos and fish for any length of time, always fearful that one in the group will take exception to our presence, as is their wont.
One of the ways you could avoid this problem is to carry out proper due diligence before taking on a new role and having the nerve to
disqualify otherwise attractive job opportunities.
And you really have to hand it to Dallas for having the nerve to
make methane and hydrate gases suitable subjects for pillow talk.
Criticized for having the nerve to
make such a bold prediction, Morgan said, "What - don't I have the right to an opinion?
Even for those women that do cover up, it's exactly the same, so covering does nothing to impede men from ogling you or desiring to touch you, or even having the nerve to
While council leaders must be congratulated for having the nerve to
embark on a "big bang" by unleashing the Voyager computer system in a single day rather than in stages, the handling of the installation leaves much to be desired.