"I have become sidetracked
in transfers as I don't like false rumours.
He said: "You can get sidetracked
by looking at things like signing players.
Rather than recognising that the public were rightly concerned about the level of borrowing, we got sidetracked
into a debate about investment over cuts.
The soul star, pictured right with Razz girl Bev, admitted: "I was eating and lost track of time." Organisers were no doubt hoping he wouldn't get sidetracked
by the hospitality backstage and miss his time on stage.
The well, which had been sidetracked
after operational difficulties, is currently being completed as a potential producer.
The move has been in the pipeline for several years, but might have been sidetracked
by the debate surrounding the development of the West Side Jets Stadium.
A third investigation finds no further cases of the often-fatal complication that sidetracked
the drug last year, beyond the three patients who fell ill at that time.
Dortmunder and his crew accept the job but they get sidetracked
when the mob takes over the O.J.
We must not be sidetracked
by this debate and forget about our poorest children." (Even Wallis has had to concede that the poor got sidetracked
off the Bush radar screen except where they intersected with his "faith-based" initiative.)
The manhunt is frustrated by the remote topography of his likely Pakistani sanctuary, stymied by an Al Qaeda network that remains well-financed and disciplined, sidetracked
by the distractions of the Iraq war, and, perhaps most significant, limited by the deep suspicion of the United States among Pakistanis.
My only concern at the moment is both clubs don't get too sidetracked
worrying about each other, because Bolton and Middlesbrough can't be ruled out of the equation.