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Moores' previous stint was described by Wisden as 'a poor one for an England team hoping to show tangible signs of real progress towards becoming a consistently competitive side', in which the players 'filled their followers with despair over their fallible batting, unclever bowling and lack of game toughness'
BOXING UNCLEVER More than 30% of retailers tested failed to get packages to customers by the promised date this Christmas.
The film is staggeringly basic, with a fiendishly unclever plot -- woman feels bad, learns English, feels great -- and a narrative completely bereft of surprise.
I think it would be rather unclever to assume we could stay forever," he added.
His sole contribution came with the cross that gave Crouch his only genuine chance, but otherwise the French international gave every sign of being as unclever a player as Anfield has seen.
BOX UNCLEVER What's happening to collections in Cardiff, asks an Echo reader.
His sole contribution came with the cross that gave Crouch his only genuine chance, but otherwise the France international gave every sign of being as unclever a player as Anfield has seen.
An unclever player, in the Dane's words, the French striker found himself in so many good shooting positions, but either fired wide or over, leaving us to ruminate once again about his sole season of success in France.
An unclever player, to quote Molby, the French striker found himself in several good shooting positions, but either fired wide or over, leaving us to ruminate once again about his sole season of success in France.
I understand that Gary Lineker -as played by Alistair McGowan -recommended unclever Trevor because of his total mastery of the mother tongue.
Mind you, it was to easy to understand why unclever Trevor found himself hung up on the joys of hair colour as a pallid England paddled through a rainy night in Bratislava without ever truly rippling the surface of our imaginations.