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Mor·i·son

(mōr'i-sŏn),
James R., British surgeon, 1853-1939. See: Morison pouch.
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Replay: v Morecambe, H, W 3-0 (Steve Morison, Jon Nurse, Adam Miller).
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That proved critical as four minutes later Morison struck the killer second.
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SOGGY SOGGY The ball bounced into the path of Morison, who tucked it past keeper Julian Speroni for his second of the afternoon and his third since joining Leeds from Norwich.
Morison and Holt were joined by former Canaries star Darren Huckerby and a number of their teammates who had travelled to the east coast track straight from their home draw against Newcastle that afternoon.
STEVE MORISON insists the Wales players never lost faith in their ability to deliver results under boss Chris Coleman after securing a 2-1 victory over Scotland.