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Some people thought beforehand it might be a cricket score and I guessed it could be four, five or six, but it was thankfully much closer which is good for the sake of non-league football.
It is not something which is done without a great deal of thought beforehand.
I thought beforehand that Sale would be the more difficult opponents and I believe they will be when we meet them.
Chancellor Brown's Budget turned out to be rather better for the man in the street than was thought beforehand.
Andy [Stewart] and I thought beforehand that he was the one to beat in this and he's proved it," he said.
We thought beforehand that if we got to the front in the last 50 yards that would be ideal - if he had gone half a length up after the last I think the other horse would have come back and probably beaten him.
It was interesting to listen to Seamus Heffernan speak after he won the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes ten days ago on Misty For Me - joint second highest in the market of four Aidan O'Brien-trained fillies in the race - of how they thought beforehand that Johnny Murtagh's mount Together was the best of their four, based on their home work.
I thought beforehand that she was very quiet and she was obviously feeling the effects of the journey.
I thought beforehand that it would be a good, active sale, and even though consignors were disappointed with how the first day went, I think the overall figures held up.
He said: "I thought beforehand that she'd run well, as her form was there to see.
I thought beforehand on his run at Dundalk previously he had a chance.
I thought beforehand that there was a little bit of false confidence, but when you get a small catalogue, especially one with so many withdrawals, it only takes a couple of players to get the sale going.