sportsmanship

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fairness in following the rules of the game

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At this particular time, no, because he's a sore loser and he's a coward.
Hip-hop impresario Kanye West has become almost as well-known for his sore loser outbursts as his music.
The prank backfired for him as it did for Mobil and Citicorp years ago," says a marketing consultant, who notes that his behavior simply drew attention to the article and positioned Gerstner as a sulky sore loser.
Public enemy No 1: Sore loser Hope Solo's rant has led to a backlash back in the
Many once die-hard Ted Cruz supporters awoke Thursday to call their junior senator a liar and sore loser to his face.
But Kari Arnason, the former Aberdeen stopper who shackled the surly Real Madrid superstar, said: "It makes it even sweeter when he's a sore loser like that.
Manny Pacquiao said when asked about his reaction to Floyd Mayweather's statement that he was not interested in a rematch with the Filipino boxer because he's a sore loser and he's a coward.
I'm a sore loser - even if ilose in training, sometimes when my dad rings me, I won't respond for three or four hours until my head is right again,''he revealed.
And Tina, the scorned woman, makes a very sore loser, hell-bent on telling Carla all about their affair.
HRC need not endorse the untested Ned Lamont, who beat Lieberman, but sticking with the sore loser is personal loyalty to the point of obstruction.
I'm kind of a sore loser, so I'm a little disappointed,'' said Robertson, who leads the Anteaters (3-8) into tonight's nonconference match at 7 p.
The Blues boss admits it will be 'truly great' to see Ferguson's Manchester United at St Andrew's in December - but branded the legendary boss a sore loser.
In a rare moment of generosity last year Greene, who accused Bailey of being a sore loser in Athens in 1997 saying 'a man who makes excuses doesn't add up to much,' claimed he was delighted Bailey would recover from the ruptured Achilles tendon he suffered playing basketball in time to compete at the Olympics - although as usual there was a sting in the tail.
I was told off by my mom and dad for being a sore loser.
I am not a sore loser, but I think we were very unlucky not to have won that game.