Thompson is experienced enough to know not to hit the panic button
after a single loss in a 54-game campaign.
France, who are considered the most likely team to seize their crown, are next up and while Heaslip refuses to hit the panic button
, he admits progress must be made.
Dave Jones has hit the panic button
after losing 14-goal strike force Ross McCormack and Jay Bothroyd to hamstring injuries.
The nurse hit the panic button
and, within seconds, 10 or more nurses and medics were in my side ward.
Giants coach Jon Sharp is refusing to hit the panic button
after his side slumped to a fifth successive Super League XII defeat.
IT'S the time of year when chairmen hit the panic button
for Premiership survival and the vultures are circling for several top-flight managers.
MERTHYR TYDFIL are without a win in eight games and now in danger of being sucked into the Dr Martens Premier relegation zone - but manager Andy Beattie refuses to hit the panic button
, writes Ian Hunt.
Shiyam hit the panic button
then picked up the wasp spray and pointed it at his eyes, forcing him to flee empty handed from the shop in Beeston, Notts.
ROBERT THORNTON has refused to hit the panic button
after his nightmare start to the Premier League.
Town didn't hit the panic button
and added to their tally through Morien with his second and a late Michael Bowman strike, but they were made to sweat for the win when Connor Johnson struck at the other end with four minutes to go.
I HIT the panic button
when Gareth Bale twisted his ankle against Basel.
Dundee skipper Stephen O'Donnell insists nobody at Dens Park is about to hit the panic button
But the 19-year-old stood his ground, hit the panic button
and then watched as the robber fled with just pounds 20.
Sadly, three average to very poor league displays later, and a mere one point, have seen some supporters looking to hit the panic button
HARLEQUINS boss Mark Evans refused to hit the panic button
despite yesterday's 15-9 defeat by Worcester, which dragged his side a step closer to Premiership relegation, writes Ed Hawkins.