The PS35million man has made a snap judgement
after just over a fortnight training on Merseyside following his move from Arsenal.
That said, I am thankful that I did not make a snap judgement
based on one person's OPINIONS, because in this issue I read [name withheld] 's letter.
"I don't think it would be fair on him or fair on us to make any snap judgement
. We'll just reflect on it, when we're ready we'll make a call on what happens next."
That's how it should work - not on a snap judgement
Roy Hodgson will not make a snap judgement
on whether he wants to replace Oxlade-Chamberlain.
A prospective employer will often make a snap judgement
the second they read your CV so getting it right first time is critical.
School lawyer Mr Wright said the principal had been forced to make a snap judgement
and has since reconsidered it.
It is fortunate then, that this England management have not made a snap judgement
based on one county match, instead rewarding his excellent displays since the beginning of last season with a call-up to a pre-Ashes training camp squad in Spain later this month.
Defender Gabriel Heinze, however, has urged Maradona not to make a snap judgement
on his future.
? One day A British Symphony might be regarded as a groundbreaking, iconoclastic masterpiece light-years away from the cosy world of the National Song Book.
This represents a snap judgement
and is not the solution to Olympic failure.
The judge said the more he examined matters the more apparent it was he could not "simply furnish some form of snap judgement
in favour of or against the injections".
Instead of in-depth analysis, we should just make a snap judgement
about the powers that be and then hold it against them for ever.
Robben's tumbling to the turf had forced referee Alan Wiley into making a difficult snap judgement
that Curbishley felt would be better made by a FA panel analysing the incident after those involved had calmed down.
All prejudice is revealed in snap judgements
. Most miscarriages of justice begin with a snap judgement