mentality


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mentality

the state or quality of mental or intellectual ability
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And the former Manchester City man is desperate for the Blues to play with the same winning mentality as the club he came from.
Arsenal's new technical director Edu has challenged the Gunners to find a winning mentality as they bid to erase memories of last season's disappointments.
ARSENAL legend Edu insists they must bring back a winning mentality throughout the whole club.
GUNNERS legend Edu insists Arsenal must bring back a winning mentality throughout the whole club.
Raheem Sterling has revealed that an improved mentality is the secret of Manchester City's success under Pep Guardiola.
NORTHERN Ireland need to get their skates on and adopt a "winning mentality" if they're to have any hope of putting the Euro 2020 skids under Germany and the Netherlands.
Summary: Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 25 (ANI): BJP leader Satish Gautam on Friday said that the show-cause notice issued by the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) to two students for the 'Tiranga Yatra' shows their "Talibani" mentality.
RAFA Benitez hopes some of the more outrageous weekend comments about Newcastle United will create the siege mentality that can help power the Magpies' survival bid.
NNA - Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Beshara Rahi on Monday maintained that Lebanon could not be ruled by the mentality of political militia, highlighting the necessity to raise and educate the new generations so that they develop a different outlook.