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He is also a crucial member of the side, as is Neil Lennon even if his jerky, bustling style of play makes him look like a scuffler at times.
A MIDFIELD scuffler who fancies himself as cross between David Blaine and David Beckham.
And if scuffler Savage, who likes to pose in his Armani threads alongside his Bentley, thinks he is a sharper playboy than Souness, perhaps he should be reminded that Souness was accompanied on one of his many open-top bus celebrations by a reigning Miss World.
And that 75 minutes had passed before Sorensen was first tested - albeit by Andy Faye's underhit scuffler from 20 yards - speaks volumes.
Selecting loanees, Premier League squad players and Championship scufflers was his genuine preference - even though England's players had less topflight experience than any of the other competing nations.
Thus, the farm machinery park registered a positive evolution of tractor ploughs and mechanical seeders doubled, while smaller increases were registered for the tractors and mechanical scufflers.
They defended desperately and looked like Championship scufflers.
Having preferred skill to scufflers last term, the Vipers are actively pursuing a successor to the likes of Mel "The Mangler" Angelstad and Andre Payette.
One of the most visible of them is Scufflers Coffee Shop, conveniently situated alongside the main Crown Bottom car parking area and popular with shoppers, young mums and visitors to the town.
It didn't work, and Everton scufflers Phil Neville and Phil Jagielka gained a significant grip which helped them to a half-time lead they clearly deserved after Liverpool had wasted a clear fourth-minute opportunity when Andriy Voronin shot at Tim Howard.
In fact he took so much in that since swapping his role as Wales manager for the Premiership in September 2004 he has transformed Blackburn from a bunch of relegation-bound scufflers to Uefa Cup qualifiers.
Although she supported the "need to produce," she rejected the "irresponsible, poorly thought-out call to young girls, on-the-margin scufflers, every Sister at large to abandon the pill.