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I am proud to have been in the opposite dugout that day. The Sun (2016)And now the pair are looking to lead the club on another Cup run - this time from the dugout. The Sun (2017)In the other dugout the opposite applied. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Football can no longer simply sit back and ignore the menace of the dugout roof. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Rowing boats and dugout canoes were milling around the steamer. Magnouloux, Bernard Travels with Rosinante (1990)The only way in is by dugout canoe. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The crew built two new dugout canoes. Christianity Today (2000)His home was now this village, so remote that it could be reached only by dugout canoe. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But yesterday's victory over the last club he managed must rank right up there with his best times in the dugout. The Sun (2014)It's a nice twist, a nice moment to see him in the opposite dugout. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And he admitted: 'It was tempting to sit in the home dugout. The Sun (2010)And that would have put him in the away dugout rather than the home one at Manchester City today. The Sun (2008)Then you take a dugout canoe and dive down the river's throat, deep into the lungs of the earth. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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