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Rangers are a long way from being a force themselves, but should have too much for a side who have been woeful on the road and must be low on confidence.
Their woeful season hit rock bottom as they notched up a record 105 place penalties to start in the last two races and then finish a woeful 13th and 14th.
EXERCISING woeful misjudgment, this man-child comedy has no idea how staggeringly awful and creepy it is.
and a woeful wannabe who only survived because reject Rebecca was so unbeatably useless.
Transportation experts will discuss their growing concerns regarding what they see as the woeful lack of investments and funding for our national highways, bridges, transit and airport systems.
April's adverse weather exacerbated an already woeful three months from February, which saw an overall decline in visitors to the high street of 6.
Ferguson, who welcomes back Ashley Young and Tom Cleverley today, also took the chance to chastise pundit Alan Hansen for describing United as woeful.
Hansen responded by arguing that he had never made such comments, but it is believed club officials have contacted the BBC to point out Hansen's offending words, including the phrase: "By their own standards, United have been woeful for the past 18 months.
Summary: England have risen a place in the Fifa world rankings despite their woeful showing in the World Cup finals in South Africa.
ANDY Murray's miserable week continued as he followed up Wednesday's woeful singles exit with defeat in the second round of the doubles at the Monte Carlo Masters yesterday.
ANDY Murray's miserable week continued as he followed up yesterday's woeful singles exit with defeat in the second round of the doubles at the Monte Carlo Masters today.
From June 18 of Last year to June 23 of this year, the Los Angeles Angels' Double-A farm team at Dickey-Stephens Park has been a woeful 30 games under .