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- n. Alternative form of quarterfinal.
“Looking back 11 months, in the light of Chelsea's quarter-final first-leg defeat to Manchester United in Europe on Wednesday night, the phrase "without changes" jars.”
“Relations are more neighbourly now, stadium:mk offering 22,000 seats, 7,000 more than the requirement for a Heineken Cup quarter-final.”
“Leicester were playing Leinster yesterday in the European Cup quarter-final at the Aviva Stadium.”
“Twelve years have passed for Ulster and 11 for Northampton since they were Heineken Cup winners, but this is a quarter-final that should be approached respectfully.”
“Harry Redknapp lamented a dream occasion that turned sour, a night when "everything went wrong", in particular the sending-off of Peter Crouch in the 15th minute as Tottenham Hotspur crashed to a 4-0 defeat at Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.”
“His service returns in the quarter-final were at times devastating.”
“A loser of two finals here and three semis, all of them close, he also lost a 2008 quarter-final to Shaun Murphy from five up with six to play.”
“Grant demanded "respect" for the manner in which his team had progressed in the Carling Cup – they inflicted Manchester United's only defeat of the season in the quarter-final by a 4-0 scoreline – and he also highlighted the many difficulties that he had encountered, chief among them injuries, which have exposed the thinness of his squad.”
“His quarter-final opponent tomorrow afternoon will be Ding Junhui, who led Mark Williams 5-2 and rode out a late rally to prevail 6-4, making a fine 75 from 0-48 in the concluding frame.”
“The Bath coach Steve Meehan has given his criticised fly-half Butch James his full support ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup quarter-final at Leicester”
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