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Asked if it was a potential banana skin playing against a side from the division blow, Boden replied: "It is the next game, so we have got to look to bounce back and look to win it.
It's a blow, but it's a straight break, the bone will heal even stronger and he'll bounce back - there's no doubt about that.
Bounce Back certainly lived up to his name on that occasion as, after finishing unplaced to stablemate Ilnamar in the Grade 1 Aintree Hurdle, the then novice chaser displayed his potential as he galloped to an eight-length victory from stablemate Dark Stranger in the highlight of the final day of the jumps season.
It's a good test to see whether the players have got the mettle to bounce back from Saturday,' said Preece, who remains sidelined with a rib injury
As the waves bounce back and forth through the upper sand layer, waves of a certain frequency (number of vibrations per second) become amplified, or louder, explains Hunt.
But he believes Edwards has the strength of mind required to fight his way back and predicts his Dragons teammate will eventually bounce back.
I was really hoping for a bounce back game, but most of the time you cannot guarantee a win even though you really bounced back well,' said Perasol.
JOHN CAULFIELD believes Cork City's strength is their ability to bounce back when the going gets tough.
It's about how you deal with them and bounce back from them.
The Latic's Spanish boss admits he may seek a new challenge, but he is adamant that whoever is in charge at the DW Stadium, the club will bounce back.
ZOLTAN Gera insists Albion will bounce back from their successive defeats.
And now Boro have two winnable home games so that is a great chance to bounce back and start the next run.