Nicholson was ambitious for his family (in which, and the Disruption Principles, he entirely lived), and he hated to see a son of his play second fiddle to
Atsu, who has had to play second fiddle to
a number of other options in Newcastle's attack this season kept his place in the team after an impressive display in the draw against Everton in midweek.
Xabi is in a similar situation, where he will play second fiddle to
new signing Toni Kroos for the coming campaign.
Ronaldo has won the award once before, back in 2008 while at Manchester United, but since then he has had to play second fiddle to
Messi in the voting, finishing runner-up three times as the Argentinian claimed the crown four times.
Summary: Comedian and actor Russell Brand had to play second fiddle to
the Dalai Lama on Saturday night.
Gibbon had to play second fiddle to
Talbot Ladies Open title holder Maureen Perkins at the last-32 stage, losing out 21-17 to the eventual champion, who went on to defeat Mid Cheshire's Wendy Allen 21-16 in the final.
Gold admitted the cup has to play second fiddle to
West Ham staying in the Premier League.
At a Republic of Ireland press conference looking ahead to tomorrow's friendly with Argentina, Given made it clear he is not prepared to play second fiddle to
Ferrari's decision has effectively ensured Massa will now have to play second fiddle to
Alonso for the remainder of the season.
JONNY WILKINSON had to play second fiddle to
his England skipper Steve Borthwick as Saracens beat Toulon at Vicarage Road.
Goalkeeper Alexander has said he will consider quitting the club if he continues to play second fiddle to
But he has had to play second fiddle to
Benoit Assou-Ekotto this campaign.
KIRKLAND And although he had to play second fiddle to
Kenya's Simon Tonui, he produced a new lifetime best of two hours 23 minutes 55 seconds, which was nearly five minutes faster than his second place last year.
Other nations often work in tandem at major events but Yamauchi refuses to play second fiddle to
fellow Briton Radcliffe.
SHOCK summer signing Chris Killen surveyed the cosmopolitan stars that surround him at Celtic and insisted: "I'm not here to play second fiddle to