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“At the risk of going all misty-eyed, you get the impression that Torres is one of few young Premier League footballers who genuinely would appreciate a manager taking the trouble to pitch up at his poolside li-lo and discuss advanced attacking principles, although he'd probably draw the line at the Fiver's tactically astute colleague Jonathan Wilson.”
“Some kind of early tourist board's idea of spin to falsly encourage li-lo and fish and chip sales?”
“My boss, of course, will reason that I'm fit and refreshed after two weeks dozing on a li-lo somewhere and he'll dump on me all the work that didn't get done while I was away.”
“While Robbie tries to recall that night in Melton Mowbray with Old Mr Anorak, two speckled hens and a li-lo called Stevie, he delivers what must be the most frank paragraph in a decade of OK! interviews.”
“He was treated by paramedics while emergency crews took the cats, his li-lo and a bike to safety.”
“Man and eight cats rescued on li-lo in floodwaters SES and coastguard crews have performed an extraordinary rescue, saving a marooned man and his eight cats stranded on a blow-up li-lo 1km from the nearest road.”
Looking for tweets for li-lo.