Coyle is set to feel the wrath
of the fans who once idolised him as his Bolton side host the Clarets in the Premier League tonight, less than three weeks after his defection from Turf Moor.
The latest to feel the Wrath
of John is apparently his predecessor as New Hampshire GOP chair, Fergus Cullen.
The Frenchman is as short as 9-4 from 4-1 to feel the wrath
of fuming chairman Milan Mandaric after Pompey's 3-2 defeat in extra-time.
I longed to hate Roberta but recognized that the character has supped in sorrow's kitchen, and because of it, generations must feel the wrath
of her obsessive love.
He can expect to feel the wrath
of the teaching profession in Birmingham today.
Graham Norton referred to the fact that she was ``well connected in society''.I am sure that won't be for long if she carries on saying the things she does,because her friends may think they will be the next to feel the wrath
of her tongue.
As a Blackburn Rovers player, he is sure to feel the wrath
of the Lancashire club's fiercest local rivals and admits: "I will be disappointed if I don't.
SAM ALLARDYCE reckons he will feel the wrath
of his own supporters if his struggling side crash to a third straight defeat at home to Aston Villa.
Small towns feel the wrath
of workplace violence as much as cities.
After the attacks on the infirm and the unemployed, the next ones to feel the wrath
of the Tories are the OAPs, with talk of axing the winter fuel payments, free TV licences, prescriptions and free bus passes.
This was an act of mindless vandalism and I hope those who took part are caught and feel the wrath
of British justice.
And he has warned Celtic they could feel the wrath
of a Saints side again on Sunday after their shock 1-0 defeat by St Johnstone last week.