But Martinez is taking nothing for granted ahead of tonight's Group I showdown in the King Baudouin Stadium as he rhymed off
the Scotland players he believes are capable of hurting his side.
Asked who he was wary of, Cathcart rhymed off
a list of players.
As he rhymed off
the years Nock last lifted various cups, Leonard said: "You want to leave a legacy.
I expect people would really say something about that or the fact that we don't have a president or that to go from one place to another, you're in traffic for I don't know how many hours, or you don't have electricity," he quickly rhymed off
. "All the issues [Lebanese artists] could really address are part of social justice."
Her approach to writing about Appalachia is what you might call lovingly taxonomic: flora and fauna are rhymed off
less as if she were attempting to describe them as to catalogue them for posterity." EMILY DONALDSON
Armstrong rhymed off
the qualities of a novice who was quickly becoming disillusioned with life at Notts County.
PAUL KEEGAN was listening when Owen Heary rhymed off
his list of winner's medals.
I paused for about a millionth of a second and then rhymed off
a litany of travel irritations.
She said she was from Estonia and rhymed off
a list of sexual services for pounds 65.
"That is like comparing Raquel Welch to Dot Cotton." Michael Edmonds, Northampton, said: "Neil Lennon rhymed off
a list of players he wanted to keep at the club - Scott Brown, Georgios Samaras, Joe Ledley, Kris Commons and Mikael Lustig.
Predictably enough I rhymed off
my top three gigs ever.
RUSSELL DUNCAN knew he was never going to get a break at Aberdeen when Ebbe Skovdahl rhymed off
five defenders ahead of him in the pecking order.
He put a PS5 acca on four draws last Sunday and his son Lewis, 10, rhymed off
Bashir rhymed off
a price list for anabolic steroids to an undercover Sunday Mail investigator who was posing as a client.
Neil Lennon rhymed off
a catalogue of excuses for having two goals of a start on Ross County and somehow contriving not to win.