Rumours have grown that Ireland was bullied by his team-mates, but Givens said: "I don't know what has gone on but if he is 20 years of age and can't take a bit of mickey-taking
, maybe he should stop playing football."
Even Prince Harry can't escape the mickey-taking
associated with having a ginger bonce.
There will be banter and mickey-taking
borne out of centuries of Anglo-Welsh rivalry, and that adds to the occasion.
got to our Lee so much he shaved all his hair off,but the famous cut did inspire these moving lines of poetry from a Forest fan:O Jason Lee come back to me I miss your smiling face.
But the police officer concerned has been forced to put up with lots of mickey-taking
by his colleagues.
But that's just as far the mickey-taking
of the twins goes because they are also both former national martial arts champions.
The players bought each other presents and there was a bit of mickey-taking
The oblivious Birchy had been steeling himself for some mickey-taking
at Wimbledon after the Addicks' home defeat by Chelsea, but was instead baffled by a chorus of `who's a pretty boy then' on his arrival.
And despite scoring Real Madrid's match-saving equalizer to leave the tie balanced at 1-1, Ronaldo copped a mickey-taking
blitz from his former team-mates.
IT had all the signs of being a scintillating satire - including a situation ripe for mickey-taking
and a fine cast, including Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore and Olivia Colman.
and motivational can easily slip into bullying.
A MERCILESS mickey-taking
is hardly going to change a girl who takes herself and her new-found image so seriously, is it, Cassie?