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His World Cup campaign ended ingloriously when Scotland failed to get past the group stage in Argentina.
He described O'Se as "an icon, an icon smashed rather ingloriously by the chairman of the Kerry county board on Thursday last with a simple phone call.
If all four go down ingloriously on Friday, buyers at 56 can charge off with a 94-point profit, quite an incentive when you look at their records: Karlsson - five missed cuts out of six; Tunnicliff - three out of five and two narrow scrapes with the halfway axe before finishing 72nd; Fulke - fine fourth way back in 1997 but missed cuts last four tries; McNulty - four missed cuts since a top-ten finish in the inaugural tournament in 1996.
It was there six years ago that she pitched up bidding to complete a US Women's Open hat-trick and ingloriously missed the cut, writes Jeremy Chapman.
KEN Doherty's reign as Benson and Hedges Irish Masters champion ended ingloriously yesterday.
He himself exited ingloriously 5 and 3 to Craig Stadler, Lee Westwood packed his bags moaning that the resort course was too easy to separate the men from the boys, and other big-name casualties were Ernie Els, Davis Love III, Hal Sutton and Jim Furyk.
All of Steward's advising and cajoling will count for little if Akinwande chooses to grab and grapple as he did so ingloriously against Lennox Lewis 13 months ago.