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“He had a brolga as a friend, a large bird that he called Brolly.”
“Patrick McDaid, Patrick Brolly and Pius McCarron were injured, though whether by gunfire or otherwise was a matter of controversy. (much detail) The evidence of the soldiers is then summed up in one of the most masterfully written passages so far: (summary of why the soldiers 'accounts must be wrong)”
“Mr. McClaren was crucified by the media — one newspaper referred to him as the "Wally with a Brolly" — and was relieved of duty the very next day, following the shortest tenure of any England boss in history, just 16 months.”
“Mr. McClaren was crucified by the media one newspaper referred to him as the "Wally with a Brolly" and was relieved of duty the very next day, following the shortest tenure of any England boss in history, just 16 months.”
“The former England coach was hurt, deeply, by those "Wally with the Brolly" jibes, but this afternoon, in a pretty university city a short drive from the Belgian border, McClaren may well give everyone who revelled in ridiculing him pause for thought.”
“After facing a 'Wally with the Brolly' demonstration, McClaren must now win a vital cup tie to silence howls of protest”
“Bild dubbed McClaren "Steve McSiege-Weg" Steve McWinsGone, although the media have generally warmed to a man whose reputation in England will, rightly or wrongly, always be tainted by the "Wally with a Brolly" night at Wembley in 2007.”
“The "Wally with the Brolly" headlines put paid to covering one's thatch in the manner of Steve McClaren.”
“Either that, or and this would come out much better if I was British it's just a spontaneous game of Bumper Brolly that breaks out whenever it rains.”
“Brolly objected to Steve rearranging her territory.”
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