never-say-die


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Adj.1.never-say-die - impossible to subdue
unconquerable - not capable of being conquered or vanquished or overcome; "a tribute to his courage...and his unconquerable will"- R.E.Danielson; "faced unconquerable difficulties"
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The former Gunners stopper insists the Europa League is win or bust for his old manager but fears the current team lack the never-say-die attitude from the club's glory days.
It's one of the main traits of the whole England team, we have that never-say-die attitude," he said.
Barangay Ginebra's never-say-die mantra will be put to the test anew in the coming days.
Never-say-die spirit: How many times did Man United, during Alex Ferguson's glory days, score late on in games to snatch a win or rescue a point?
Something along the lines of: "We won because we showed heart, desire, passion and a never-say-die fighting spirit.
But the Frenchman insists the possibility - however remote - remains if they show the same never-say-die attitude which saw them claw back a two-goal deficit to beat archrivals Tottenham 5-2 last Sunday.
But the hosts never-say-die spirit came to the surface as Thomson hit the net from 25 yards despite Steven Robertson getting a hand to it.
DON Cowie expressed his pride at Cardiff's never-say-die spirit despite penalty shoot-out defeat heartbreak.
Also in Group A is the never-say-die Spaniard, David Ferrer.
Guilsfield 2 Porthmadog 3 NEVER-say-die Porthmadog recovered from 2-0 down at half-time to claim all three points and maintain their unbeaten record.
However, a never-say-die ride by Sam Thomas saw the ex-Irish six-year-old collar the pace-setting Fool's Wildcat in the dying strides to win by a length and a half.
THE never-say-die spirit Ray Mathias showed during his days at Tranmere has not diminished since he took charge of the League Two strugglers Stockport County.