After the thrill of the 4-0 win at Sunderland last week this was back to the same old turgid
A rather turgid
ghost story with a simultaneously murky and silly take on the afterlife, "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" stars Mischa Barton as a grieving woman who gets yet more unwelcome exposure to the dead upon moving into a former state hospital-turned-apartment building.
In a showcase Wembley game, the San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos were offering up a turgid
American football contest for 83,941 expectant fans, but NFL UK managing director Alistair Kirkwood insists he was telling everyone in sight it would be okay.
Mathew Tait's try shortly after half-time illuminated an otherwise turgid
clash and ultimately proved the difference.
AS ALEX McLeish sits in his office after another turgid
Championship performance from Blues, I wonder if he will cast an eye to Premiership Wigan where an inferior manager (according to Mr Sullivan) is about to earn his club pounds 14million-plus for Wilson Palacios - a player McLeish could have had for next to nothing.
Chained to their games through promises made, Pithless origins make all things fade, Catering to the emotional needs of turgid
bigotry, Recessive genes in the prehistoric ancestry.
Until that point, it had been turgid
, but once the former Newcastle United striker's volley hit the back of the net, the game exploded into life, with Garry O'Connor, then Stern John scoring in a frantic final 15 minutes.
Even so, the likely big crowd along the three sides of the Kassam Stadium will surely grow restless if the home team produce more of the turgid
football that was seen in their last two TV appearances, a 2-0 defeat to Forest Green and last week's 1-1 draw at Halifax.
DAILY EXPRESS: "DERBY games are often turgid
affairs - and make no mistake, this was exactly that.
It's also dramatically turgid
, and perhaps depends too much on audiences being as shocked by its every new disclosure as its uncomprehending heroine is.
After a turgid
opening, the hosts took the lead from the first meaningful attack when Gary Jones deftly converted Marc Goodfellow's centre.
In trying to undermine the Reds' FA Cup triumph, the fiery Scot esorted to wheeling out nother of his turgid