UNDERDOG


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UNDERDOGUnder Direction of God
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But Meyler is adamant the Tigers will revel in their role as underdogs - and could not resist a stark reminder to Arsene Wenger's men over their distinct lack of opportunities for victory parades in recent seasons.
" It's been many years that we are going into a home Davis Cup tie as underdogs. That's the beauty of it.
"As the underdog we are always trying to find ways to beat Goliath.
Tim Quelch's Underdog emphasises this national trait and is a riveting mixture of football, social history and popular culture.
Finally, although it's not really an underdog in the true sense of the word, there's Wieden+ Kennedy.A micro-network fighting in a world dominated by multinational holding groups, W+K is proving that it's pos- sible to win in style (page 20) and its arrival in the region via GE will hopefully shake things up a bit.
"No matter what happens, they want to be the underdogs and sometimes they talk themselves into being the underdogs," he said.
"We go there as rank underdogs and no-one will give us a chance.
As the underdog, you have a responsibility to hold up the legacy of David, Hickory High School and the Bad News Bears.
Green says this introspectively, in a way that hints the role of underdog is one that he can relate to.
Moore didn't allow her political underdog status to stop her from throwing her hat into the campaign ring.
"Always what I loved about him was that he was a very giving person, both for the people close to him in his life and for people who are the underdogs," says Boneh.
Without help for the underdog, campaigns in a frontloaded system will be settled during the money primaries before the voters have any real say.