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But we are a team of character and quality who can bounce back after a defeat. The Sun (2017)There are games coming thick and fast and you can bounce back quickly. The Sun (2016)With the champion trainer in such great form Modus can bounce back to his best. The Sun (2016)It's up to us to bounce back as quick as we can. The Sun (2016)If anybody can bounce back, this team can. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I reckon we should all cut him a bit of slack and hope he bounces back. The Sun (2016)Yes, they bounced back from that upset by winning four of their next five but those dropped points could cost them. The Sun (2017)He admitted:'It was hard to bounce back after that. The Sun (2017)Here, I take a look at some natural remedies which will help you bounce back the day after. The Sun (2016)I think I bounce back pretty quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It looks like employer confidence is bouncing back. The Sun (2013)We are very good at bouncing back when we are down. Times, Sunday Times (2009)United always used to be able to bounce back from a bad result. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Real champions bounce back to get results when the pressure is on and the doubts are increasing. The Sun (2009)We will bounce back after checking what went wrong. The Sun (2006)Scotland lost their opening four games before bouncing back with three consecutive victories. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There are still a lot of games to go and we have to bounce back quickly. The Sun (2015)He should be good enough to bounce back better. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This was a great way to bounce back. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We are going to bounce back and show our character. The Sun (2015)How does he bounce back from one seeming disaster after another? The Sun (2012)It would have done her good to bounce back into football action. The Sun (2011)United have also bounced back impressively after setbacks this season. The Sun (2013)Our focus has to be on bouncing back with three points. The Sun (2015)He can bounce back to form. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Took some big hits, but bounced back and will learn. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We said between ourselves that we had to bounce back and get into Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He might be best when fresh and he needs to bounce back after hitting the turf back at Cheltenham last time. The Sun (2012)Unlike those who think it will bounce back when output recovers, he suggested the supply capacity of the economy could have been damaged. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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