soft spot


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Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis cannot prevent his sale but has a 'soft spot' for Adama Traore
He said he has a soft spot for Newcastle, and James, we have a soft spot for you.
Fortunately for me, a Mooney with radar, coming out of KJVY and headed for Evansville Regional Airport (KEVV), relayed the position of a soft spot in the back side of the storm.
Other pilots simply didn't hit the best soft spot they could, instead hitting buildings, trees or other immovable objects--again with suboptimal results.
The expert walker also discovers why Prince William and his wife have a soft spot for the romantic St Llanddwyn Island, home to the Welsh St Valentine.
WE'VE always had a soft spot for Thiago Silva and felt a little sorry for the Brazilian captain as his side crumbled around him in the 2014 World Cup semi-final.
Summary: Lebanon has always had a soft spot for foreign ambassadors, and perhaps the feeling is mutual.
I have a soft spot for Chepstow as it was the first racecourse I attended as a young lad.
Nigel Kennedy @ St David's Hall, Cardiff (May 2) | WE'VE always had a soft spot for Nigel Kennedy - you know, the incredibly successful classical violinist who spent his childhood with a very upper class basin-cut and cut-glass vowels.
Summary: The Voice host Holly Willoughby has hit the red carpet at this year's Glamour Awards, and revealed her soft spot for Will.i.am.
Meanwhile, it seems the band's ripped hunk Aston Merrygold has a soft spot for one newly single star.
"If I had to pick just one, it would be Ragstone, who won the Ascot Gold Cup for the old Duke, because I had a soft spot for him."
Plato, who hails from Newcastle, has a soft spot for the Darlington track and winning there in his Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti would clearly mean a lot as he seeks to keep up the pressure on old foe Matt Neal, who currently leads the standings in his Vauxhall Vectra.
JOHNNY MURTAGH has spoken of his "soft spot" for Rip Van Winkle as the Investec Derby gamble on the Stanjames.com 2000 Guineas fourth gathers pace.