Sod's Law


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Sod's Law

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After Saturday, however, we're edging beyond Sod's Law and tip-toeing in Crisisland, personified by Captain Blackadder in Blackadder goes Forth.
Sod's Law because straight after the game Odemwingie confirmed what many have been fearing for a while - he DOES intend playing in the African Cup of Nations early in 2013.
Gray, 24, admitted: "It's sod's law we played Brentford the day after I signed and then we've got Bristol.
It just seems to be Sod's law that you pick up injuries and suspensions that leave you struggling.
Tempting fate, the skipper told Graham: "It'll be Sod's Law that you'll get the biggest fish.
It's Sod's Law really as I'd already made my plans, having brought her over after she won at Dundalk last month with Newcastle in mind.
I just think it is a little bit of sod's law really.
I don't like praising players too much because it's sod's law they have a fall," said Turner.
It's sod's law Stephen Elliott comes back and does that.
And after that, sod's law, a lovely lady left about pounds 200,000 to the same place.
The Gretna boss sighed: "It's Sod's Law, annoying because I sensed there was a wee bit of momentum building on our part with a good win against Falkirk.