killer instinct


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killer instinct

n (fig) he has the killer instinctsa essere spietato
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And yet, here we are with the City manager apparently happy for his team to throw performance out of the window as long as they show him that killer instinct. If it is a stark departure from the norm, it reflects the mood of anticipation and opportunity coursing through the Etihad.
'We dropped our mentality for sure and we don't have a killer instinct and for sure it's something we'll continue to talk about.'
"We have to get that killer instinct and improve our game management.
He continued: "Dublin, I feel, have practiced so much for playing against packed defences, recycling the ball, that they've almost lost that killer instinct of realising, 'there's a shot on here' or 'there's a one-on-one on here or a two-on-two, let's go for it'.
"If he had that type of killer instinct we could really know if his punch was in comparison with Cotto's.
Not yet the proficient "close protection" operative she will become, Zoe is nonetheless very capable, using the skills learned in the Army though still without the Killer Instinct of the title.
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"I didn't fancy taking a touch - it must just have been my killer instinct in front of goal!
"A killer instinct and aggression is more of a male characteristic.
We have to try to win as a team, to improve as a team, but also add the attacking player with that killer instinct and the number of goals that push teams to different levels.
Pacquiao, who is confident of winning the WBO Welterweight title from Bradley, does not believe he has lost that killer instinct, so necessary in the sport.