great feeling

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If it starts working it gives you a great feeling but I still prefer the other way (managing higher up the league table), it's much easier.
OLIVER Townend admits "it is a great feeling to be back" as he prepares for his Great Britain return at next month's World Equestrian Games.
The Arsenal captain, who could be on his way this summer, said: "I have played before in the FA Cup so it was a good feeling - a great feeling.
Jalaluddin said taking a hat trick for any bowler in modern day cricket is a tough feat to achieve, but once you take a hat trick, it's a great feeling.
It''s a great feeling scoring a goal at any time but with it being at Wembley and against Everton, it''s even better," Carroll said.
And Mjallby said: "It would be a great feeling and would obviously be very different to winning the championship as a player.
It is a great feeling, probably one of the best I have ever had.
Speaking to Gulf News, Prasad, who produced many brilliant spells at the venue and was part of many of India's exciting matches opening the bowling attack with Javagal Srinath, said: "It is a great feeling to be sitting in the stands of the Sharjah Cricket Stadium because it is the first time I am sitting here watching a game.
It's such a great feeling to finally win a (sectional) title as a team,'' said Murakami, who clocked 17 minutes, 13 seconds on the three-mile course to finish two seconds behind first-place finisher Kauren Tarver from Serrano of Phelan.
It's a great feeling to know that you can work hand-in-hand with government as a partner in order to make Long Island a better place to grow a business and raise a family because jobs will be there.
It was a great feeling for our team and our school because we were the first team to win a national championship for our school.
It was a great feeling knowing that all the preparation we did greatly affected the positive outlook and readiness of our soldiers," said Floyd.