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Siem is a best-priced 9-5 despite his comfortable cushion as he has a reputation for hot-headedness under pressure.
No one needs reminding I had a capacity for hot-headedness when I led the line at Ibrox but I never once had a bust-up withWalter because I had far too much respect for the way he went about his business.
Bellamy has been left stunned by the criticism he has received on Tyneside from Newcastle fans who accuse him of hot-headedness.
Apart from the hot-headedness, Armaan equation with Tanisha has been the talking point of the show.
That match also showed the best of Rooney as he scored a hat-trick but, having always had a reputation for hot-headedness, he has done his best to tone down any excesses since.
But even that was against the run of play and possession, Swansea calming down from their initial hot-headedness and composed enough to realise their front three's pace scared the living daylights out of Davies' men.
There was a touch of Gallic hot-headedness about that which reared itself again during the World Cup.
According to the Chinese zodiac, they are all brave, independent and dynamic but they are also prone to moody spells and hot-headedness.
But could it be that McFadden, a boy with a history of hot-headedness, is more prone than most to this kind of reaction when the body acts before the brain?
Eriksson has nevertheless constantly insisted that he has no worries about Rooney's temperament, even though he has been prone to displays of hot-headedness in the Premiership.
Eriksson has, nevertheless, constantly insisted that he has no worries about Rooney's temperament, even though he has been prone to displays of hot-headedness in the Premiership.