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With two goals in his last three games, Clarke, above, said: "Everyone in the league knows it would be a travesty if Limerick went down.
looks we might be up "Dunfermline are the team to win it for me over 36 games and it would be a travesty for them if they didn't because they and Morton are full-time.
Dunfermline gaer Jim Jeeries insisted it would have been a travesty if Brechin had snatched a late winner.
It is a travesty of justice, it is a travesty of fairness, it is travesty of common sense, it is a travesty of truth," he said.
A STATE FUNERAL WOULD BE AN ABSOLUTE TRAVESTY - WE WILL NEVER FORGIVE WHAT THAT LADY DID TO SOUTH WALES' IT WOULD be "an absolute travesty for UK taxpayers" if Baroness Thatcher was given a state funeral, says the South Wales representative of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM).
If we are to set up an emergency general meeting to get a mandate from our members it could take six weeks so the travesty will go on.
I felt it was a travesty we didn't get anything out of that game," said McLeish.
LEICESTER City manager Nigel Pearson says it would have been a travesty of justice had Jermaine Beckford not been given the go-ahead to play against Cardiff City at the King Power Stadium tomorrow.
What happened yesterday at the United Nations was a travesty," Clinton said.
They claim they were the victims of a travesty in 2007 as ref Wayne Barnes failed to spot a forward pass that led to France's winning try.
SENATOR TOMMY BANKS SAYS THE FIRST Nations Clean Water bill is a travesty and an abdication of federal responsibility.
The Bosnian, third choice keeper for Pompey's 2008 FA Cup final win over Cardiff at the start of their financial meltdown, said: "It is a travesty what has gone on at that football club and how it has happened.