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I have always loathed the way a microphone is stuck straight into a jockey's face as soon as he or she has pulled up and long for the day when a jockey tells the microphone- shover to shove off.
One minute he's the blue-eyed boy of the murder squad in ITV's Wire in the Blood and the next moment he's being told to sling his hook and shove off.
PUSH AND SHOVE OFF Chelsea's Nemanja Matic clashes with Burnley's Ashley Barnes before being sent off
Williams has played ball and is not agitating for a transfer - - leaving Arsenal to close the deal or shove off.
When push comes to shove, men in your lover's situation usually shove off.
The American, clearly in pain from the crash, stalked Pedersen in the re-run and gave him a big shove off turn four of lap three to claim second place and dump the Dane out.
When she came on they discussed her numerous affairs, the fantastic new nightclubbing lifestyle she now enjoys, and then one of her mates came out to tell the poor bloke to shove off.
Johnson is incredibly difficult to shove off the ball, has great pace and will rarely lose the race when a pass is played behind the defence, which could prove crucial against Tony Adams and Martin Keown.
Thank God there are still people at the BBC who have the balls to tell the PC idiots to shove off and let the people who know how to make successful TV shows do it without interference from those who don't.
Williams has played ball and is not agitating for a transfer - leaving Arsenal to close the deal or shove off.
He was a constant menace, and you can see why Liverpool have told Nicolas Anelka to shove off.
Despite standing just 5ft 7in, Johnson is incredibly difficult to shove off the ball and he wins more than his fair share of aerial battles.