doyley


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a small round piece of linen placed under a dish or bowl

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So what does he do - he misses the start, and passes Doyley, and then rides off into the sunset
ROTHERHAM: Camp, Kelly, Broadfoot, Doyley, Mattock, Halford, G Ward (Richardson 90), Smallwood (Newell 80), Frecklington, Derbyshire, Best (D Ward 64).
Doyley admitted: "We were coping well but I gave away the penalty, which I thought was a free-kick outside the box at the time.
Everyone who goes there seems to struggle a little but I think Doyley can break that.
Lloyd Doyley, left, is likely to be offered a new deal by Watford
When Leigh made it then it was a toss-up between me and Doyley and I thought I may just edge it.
Doyley, who has been at Watford for 12 years, insists that does not mean Zola will be scared to retain his attacking philosophy next year, should his team gain promotion, though.
Doyley (pictured right), who has been at Watford for 12 years, insists that does not mean Zola will be scared to retain his attacking philosophy next year,
McGinn was in a leg brace following the 1-1 draw against Doncaster, Doyley is out for three weeks with a hamstring problem and Eustace is suspended.
MOHAWKS: Ike Attah 26 points, Nate Connelly 19 pts, Brian McCotter 15, Carl Colmer 10, Will Spragg 8, Michael Thompson 5, Tony Doyley 5 pts, Kieren Wright 3 pts, Ryan McQueen 2pts, Lee McLaughlin 3 pts, Tony Doyley 5 pts, Unjum Khalid & James Burton.
Watford could have drawn level in the 21st minute when Keiren Westwood blocked Priskin's shot straight into the path of Doyley but he fired over the bar from close range.
LLOYD DOYLEY and Peter Walton aren't names that spring immediately to mind when contemplating key figures of Everton's season.
Watford defender Lloyd Doyley is set to miss the start of the Championship campaign with a hamstring strain picked up during Saturday's 2-2 draw at Lincoln.
I and my sisters, Mrs Teddington, Mr Arkwright, Doyley and the other boarders look, while Alfred chews impassively on his boiled mutton ration.
Lloyd Doyley will also hope to banish memories of the game - as he had a debut to forget.