self-fulfilling prophecy

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self-fulfilling prophecy

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When was the last time you heard an English coach operating at a high level in Germany talk, in his adopted language, about a selffulfilling prophecy?
It looks to me a little bit like a selffulfilling prophecy because we talk about it all the time.
Others argue that those in lower sets develop a low self-esteem and lose the aspiration to climb sets, creating a selffulfilling prophecy.
"Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected as leader and we have to ensure that the mantra of being unelectable doesn't become a selffulfilling prophecy" - Labour former home secretary Alan Johnson.
Mr Johnson added: "Jeremy has been re-elected and we have to ensure that the mantra of being unelectable doesn't become a selffulfilling prophecy.
Klopp called it a "selffulfilling prophecy" after last week's win at Norwich, and James says it is down to Mignolet and his coaches to work through his difficulties.
It is what some would call as a selffulfilling prophecy. If we expect a bad year right at the start, like this week, chances are, we're going to have a bad year.
In truth it is a selffulfilling prophecy - repeating this rhetorical point does little to reflect on the city's progress.
The definitive selffulfilling prophecy. Indeed, Ryan claims his team, new players and new management notwithstanding, are suffering for the sins of their forebears and believes their first two games have revealed a disparity in the way the laws are applied to Worcester and the way they aren't applied to everyone else.
"We knew that if we came last in the first race on Sunday and Ghost Rider came first, then the regatta would be wide open, and in a selffulfilling prophecy that is exactly what happened.