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The Cardinals returned to their losing ways in 1912, finishing in sixth place with a 63-90 record.
The Tynesiders, who returned to losing ways at Whitby Town in midweek, have conceded 13 goals in their last three home games, including five against Farsley Celtic and Matlock Town.
They arrival of loan midfielder Gary O'Neil from Portsmouth triggered a renaissance but City went back to losing ways when the England Under-21 skipper returned to Fratton Park in early November.
While the authors' urgings for nonprofits to explore economic self-sufficiency are important, I'm not ready to let progressive foundations continue their losing ways unchallenged.
Iain Paxton's boys, who had claimed their first two wins at this level, went back to losing ways as the visitors claimed three first-half tries while playing into a gale.
True fans despaired of her behavior, and there was an all-around sigh of relief when Nomura, though not such a bad fellow himself, quit as manager and attention could once again return to the Tigers' losing ways.
NFL Div 1: Monaghan v Tyrone Tonight, Castleblayney, 7pm BY PAT NOLAN TYRONE may have picked up their first League points in Newbridge two weeks ago, but they returned to losing ways in the McKenna Cup final.
The football managers have for years blamed refs through the odd decision for their losing ways instead of pointing a finger at the shortcomings of their players.
After an opening-day draw at Colchester, who are odds-on for relegation with most bookmakers, it was back to losing ways for Blackpool with a 2-0 home defeat to Rochdale on Saturday.
Their roster is too good for them to continue their losing ways.
FOXBORO - Even if the New England Revolution have struggled for victories this season, they had at least begun to turn around their losing ways.