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RORY McILROY insisted he was not too downhearted after missing out on his first Tour win following a play-off defeat to Lin Wen-tang at the UBS Hong Kong Open yesterday.
Some things didn't come off but we cannot be too downhearted.
Rather than be downhearted at the imposition of a "put up or shut up" notice from the Takeover Panel, Glazer regards the move, instigated by the Red Devils board, as an open invitation to proceed with a formal offer.
But Brewster and number two Malky Thompson shouldn't be too downhearted after a promising performance that suggests they will have a lot of potential to work with in the coming months.
Chris Palmer, chief executive at Towcester, refused to be downhearted, saying: "I'm particularly sorry for the staff, who worked very hard, including right through Christmas Eve.
But Fulham refused to be downhearted and on six minutes Luis Boa Morte tested keeper David Lucas and Bjarne Goldbaek fired the rebound wide.
Thomson was not too downhearted, saying: "It was a long way to come and not win a set, but I still enjoyed the experience.
You never saw such a downhearted group in your life when we saw what the critics wrote after that first Saturday night,'' recalled singer-musician Buck Owens, one of the show's two stars.
IF ROSS Barkley is for a moment downhearted at being allowed to go on loan to a Championship club this season, he should simply look at David Beckham's glittering career CV.
But the Mean Girls star need not be too downhearted as her celeb pals are rallying around her.
JOB centres may be vastly improved, but I feel that people visiting the centres would not feel so downhearted when there are no jobs if they could start on retraining courses straight away.
Ince believes the result summed up his team's luck this term but is adamant there is no reason for his players to be downhearted.
KIRSTY BALFOUR refused to be downhearted about her fifth-place finish in the 100metres breaststroke at the World Championships in Melbourne yesterday.
The Bridgend-based League Division 2 outfit were naturally disappointed but not too downhearted after being crushed 56-6 by Super League promotion hopefuls Widnes Vikings in their first Northern Rail Cup group match in a snow-hit South Wales on Friday night.
TRAINER Eoin Griffin is not too downhearted by the defeat of his promising two-year-old Finicius in the Dubai Duty Free Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh last Sunday.