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Then he declared there is no mercy in the dogfight at the bottom. The Sun (2013)But he faces a third successive relegation dogfight. The Sun (2011)This series will be a real dogfight. The Sun (2010)Everybody at the club has to understand this is a real dogfight. The Sun (2015)The schoolboy way they defended corners certainly left them with no excuses as they face a relegation dogfight. The Sun (2011)Villa are in the dogfight now. The Sun (2012)But the talks foundered and the two teams are now in a dogfight for tens of millions of pounds in prize money. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We're conceding silly goals and in a relegation dogfight. The Sun (2007)It doesn't take a mastermind to see that this is a real dogfight. The Sun (2009)It's going to be a real dogfight to the bitter end. The Sun (2014)A serious dogfight is not now the likelihood. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We're in a dogfight now. The Sun (2006)It is almost as if the pressure of the situation as they face a relegation dogfight is making them crumble rather than discovering some inner bottle. The Sun (2015)Sarries face Northampton in today's relegation dogfight on a shocking run of six defeats. The Sun (2006)But he admitted: 'Who wants to come into a relegation dogfight? The Sun (2012)As for Wolves, they could also be involved in a relegation dogfight. The Sun (2010)There is no getting away from the fact that West Ham are already involved in a dogfight against relegation. The Sun (2006)He will do it knowing he could have been the one enjoying life at the top, instead of being stuck in a relegation dogfight with Villa. The Sun (2015)
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