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Whitehead deserves great praise for keeping the wide man quiet His first season in the Premier League continues to be unconvincing, and takes some blame for Boro's opener after his clearance cannoned into the path of Bamford 6 Fernando David Silva 7 City's Spanish magician floated around in the first half and got plenty of joy, occupying dangerous pockets of space behind Boro's central midfield duo and in front of the centre-backs.
Valbuena and Debuchy were enjoying plenty of joy down the right and the former's cross caused Valladares to fumble.
Fantastic fun and the jet-pack especially will bring plenty of joy.
There was plenty of joy in the LCFA Intermediate Cup as all Ormskirk & District League sides made progress on a memorable day for the league.
If they do look to be positive, Mexico could get plenty of joy from a Japanese defense that is far from rock solid.
It means lots of love, plenty of joy, big responsibilities and sacrifices.
Nuneaton were finding plenty of joy down the right flank through Wes York.
The Bantams had plenty of joy on home turf in getting to the final but on a bigger, better pitch the gap between them and the Premier League club was exposed in all its painful size as their courage and endeavour up to that point counted for little.