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EVERTON under-19s look to draw inspiration from last season tomorrow as they seek to bounce back from their opening day defeat.
45pm) Having conceded an 88th minute goal at the Brandywell against Sligo Rovers last weekend, Derry boss Stephen Kenny is anxious to bounce back immediately.
It was the biggest defeat of the season for the men from the Oval, but Grundy said: "It's now a question of how we bounce back.
Manager Mark Green was furious at the 4-2 setback - only Griff's second loss of the season - at the hands of Southam, and is hoping his side can bounce back in the cup at their Avenue Road home.
Ladbrokes go: Evens Istabraq, 7 Geos, 8 Barton, 10 Stage Affair, 12 (from 14), 16 Moscow Flyer , 20 Youlneverwalkalone , Hors La Loi III 25 Grimes, Mantles Prince Mr Cool, 33 Happy Change, Seebald, Mister Morose , Landing Light, 40 Auetaler, Bounce Back Make A Stand, 40 bar
Hopefully he will bounce back -I hope he does but it will take a lot of time.
The boys know that and now the onus is on them to bounce back and get another three points on the board.
We will bounce back from this and use the experience in a positive fashion.
5 billion, as well as more than $11 billion to the International Monetary Fund, Monday's planned installment underscores the government's ability to bounce back after an economic disaster that brought Mexico to the brink of national insolvency and threatened the stability of other markets around the world.
But Jones says they'll bounce back by putting rock-bottom Peterborough to the sword tonight.
45pm CRUSADERS boss Stephen Baxter believes his players have the character and spirit to bounce back from Saturday's 2-0 loss at Ballymena United.
Mr Brown also spells out his plans to make Britain bounce back from the recession in an exclusive article for the Mirror today.