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A rift with club icon Iker Casillas - he was dropped in December and has not regained his place - has generated a wealth of ill-feeling and it is unlikely that many tears will be shed at the end of the clash with Osasuna.
And while some senior figures at the club want him to stay on, the ill-feeling from a section of the fans makes that unlikely.
he st e " Dr Ellis, the Bishop of Grantham in Lincolnshire, added to the controversy by telling the BBC: "In a context where there is manifestly great ill-feeling about her tenure and about her legacy to have a situation where we seem to expect the nation to glorify her with a PS10million funeral.
Sell the fat separately at a reduced rate and get appreciation and contented customers instead of ill-feeling.
THE dad of a Teesside soldier who died after being struck by a van says he harbours no ill-feeling towards the driver.
She is also to be admired for her lack of bitterness and ill-feeling towards the people who were responsible for the ferry sinking.
BAD POINTS: The subtext feels clichd and more likely to stir up ill-feeling than to solve anything.
London, Nov 3(ANI): England Test captain Andrew Strauss will warn his players not to let festering ill-feeling towards Pakistan turn into personal vendettas.
Williams left the group in 1995 and had years of ill-feeling about the way he was treated while he was a member.
There is no ill-feeling and Andy still keeps in touch with my older daughter Kerry, who thinks the world of him.
Prosecutor James Neary told magistrates there was ill-feeling between Austin and Lee Nicholson and the defendant had previously threatened to "get" the victim.
OWEN Hargreaves insisted no ill-feeling existed between the Manchester United and Chelsea players as they reunited for England's end-of-season internationals with the United States and Trinidad and Tobago.