Surrounding his explosiveness is a talent that touches greatness; simplicity of skill which, like the most readable texts, discards pretension and overelaboration
Tyrone had a goal disallowed in the 17th minute when overelaboration
led to Cathal McCarron being blown for a square ball.
Boro were guilty of overelaboration
on 66 minutes when a series of neat short passes found Arca in space on the edge of the box and he turned inside his man but declined the chance to shoot, and instead slotted the ball to Emnes who also had sight of goal but opted to pass to Lita.
Approach While England's eight tries were not to be sniffed at - Kallum Watkins scored three of them and Sam Tomkins and Tom Briscoe two each - they could have had more were it not for some overelaboration
As if to make a point to Barca, Chelsea were almost guilty of overelaboration
but, on 53 minutes, the contest was over thanks to Anelka's sweet pass from the right and Drogba's crisp finish past Schwarzer.
In fact, Arsenal could have given the scoreline an unfair slant in the closing moments but were guilty of trademark overelaboration
when a shot would have sufficed.
Town keeper Jasbir Singh was kept busy dealing with shots from Jonny Godsmark and Ryan Donaldson, but never looked like being beaten as Newcastle were too often guilty of overelaboration
Boyd and Novo then passed up two decent chances before the break after being guilty of overelaboration
in the penalty box.
Russell Hoult has made two or three one-on-one saves, there was overelaboration
from the Liverpool forwards which could have made it worse.
O'Neill's portrayal of poverty-stricken Dublin is most convincing, though this otherwise fine novel is marred by some tedious overelaboration
If Fallon has been guilty of anything, it is overelaboration
when riding the best horse.
Indecisive finishing, overelaboration
and a string of saves from Magpies keeper Paul Farman kept the home side at arm's length until James Marwood's 78th-minute penalty set up a tense finish.