dowie


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dowie

(ˈdaʊɪ)
adj
Scot dull and dreary; dismal
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NATASHA Dowie continued her superb run of form and notched all four of Liverpool's goals to fire the Merseysiders into the semi-finals of the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup.
LIVERPOOL striker Natasha Dowie aims to boost her goal tally and her hopes of an England recall when the Women's Super League leaders visit Birmingham today.
ANDY DOWIE scratched a seven-year itch when he finally returned to the top flight with Dunfermline.
Dowie is due to find out his fate at a meeting with Bartlett and chairman Adam Pearson tomorrow after the final game of a disappointing season.
Aston Villa's Martin O'Neill, son of Kilrea, has been joined by Iain Dowie, who took the reins at Hull City last week.
Wayne Dowie, who had been drinking heavily, took exception to the men warning him to be careful because the lift at the West Bromwich tower block was more than 2ft off the floor.
JUST four years ago Iain Dowie was left devastated by the dreaded R word and could do nothing but lay back slumped in the dressing rooms of the Valley and accept the fate of Crystal Palace on the final day of the season at the hands of their bitter rivals Charlton.
MARCUS Hall believes that life at Coventry City was easy for Iain Dowie - compared to the tough job he faces at loaded QPR.
QPR have brushed off reports claiming manager Iain Dowie is on the verge of being sacked following a row with the club's hierarchy.
FORMER Sky Blues boss Iain Dowie has been appointed the new firstteam coach of QPR.
IAIN Dowie has been sacked as manager of Coca-Cola Championship strugglers Coventry, the club announced today, 36 hours ahead of tomorrow's clash with Cardiff City.