Being firmly persuaded that the Sergeant was wasting his breath
to no purpose on Mrs.
KENNY MILLER insists Alan Stubbs is wasting his breath
as no one at Rangers is listening to him.
But England's Billy Vunipola claims he is wasting his breath
When it comes to Iran, Netanyahu will likely be wasting his breath
Given this deep rooted sporting antagonism between our nations, one would think English culture secretary Jeremy Hunt would be wasting his breath
in trying to brow-beat the Celts into allowing their players to turn out for a GB team at next year's Olympics.
Moyes is wasting his breath
anyway - managers might fancy the idea but club chairmen will never vote for it.
Antoine Sibierski was a second City player to howl for a penalty when he clashed with Ryan Nelsen in the second half, the Kiwi colliding with him from behind, but he was wasting his breath
So, the young hospital resident trying to embarrass Lily Seitsive was wasting his breath
STUART LANCASTER has warned Warren Gatland he is wasting his breath
with his taunts.
But Youngs warned Cowan he will be wasting his breath
if he is after a war of words.
Fact is, Ian McCall's lot have somehow lost their direction and unless they get back on track soon, even Mr Micawber would be wasting his breath
trying to convince their punters everything will turn out all right.
Many observers felt the Scot was wasting his breath
and that his public statement owed more to public relations than realism.
But he reckons he'd be wasting his breath
because it's an impossible task to pin down the Samba superstar.
That man's just wasting his breath
,'' said Sylvia Hopkins, a woman who stood in the late-afternoon chill and watched the entire meeting.
That was the clear message from Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers last night as he insisted there was no point wasting his breath
on the Italian any longer.