forgotten man


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forgotten man

n.
A person or class of persons that is treated with undeserved neglect or disregard.
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A DOUBLE blast from pounds 3m forgotten man David Johnson shot rampant Forest to victory at Field Mill yesterday.
Graham Thorpe, the forgotten man of England's glorious cricketing summer, is gearing up for a return from his back injury in time for this winter's Ashes challenge in Australia.
It's easy to see in retrospect how young men who shared the struggle of the forgotten man, the down-trodden and the unemployed, could write this musical "Grapes of Wrath," "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
BLACKBURN forgotten man Dickson Etuhu is being backed to win over his doubters.
The 2009 all-around world silver medallist, who missed out on a place in Great Britain's five-man Olympic squad last summer, showed his intent to avoid becoming the forgotten man of British gymnastics when he pipped newly-crowned British all-around champion Max Whitlock to the pommel horse title in the morning session before beating Whitlock again to parallel bars gold.
BLACKBURN manager Henning Berg wants STOKE'S forgotten man Wilson Palacios to join his promotion push next month.
Once billed the saviour of German football, a series of injuries and bouts of depression soon left Das Supertalent Deisler with another well-worn nickname, The Forgotten Man.
FORGOTTEN man Michael Kightly is looking forward to ending his injury nightmare with a return to competitive football in the not-too-distant future.
YAKUBU has, through a combination of factors, become the forgotten man at Goodison.
Lee Jarvis, the forgotten man of Welsh rugby, is being lined up for a move up north to English side Leeds Tykes.
FORGOTTEN man Jody Tolan has targeted the Nationwide Irish Cup final against Linfield on Saturday May 6 for a glorious return.
He's Southern soul music's forgotten man, possessor of a throaty gospel- rooted voice, Sam Cooke-style delivery and minuscule back catalog.