Bouncebackability


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Bouncebackability

A slang term for the ability to turn an adverse situation into a success.
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RORY McILROY reckons that he has 'bouncebackability' to go with the outstanding skills that have made him the World's No.1 golfer at the age of 25.
Relegated in bottom place a year after Camsell's 59-goal haul had inspired promotion in 1926-27, Peter McWilliam's side revealed bouncebackability abundance to turn to the top ght at the first me of asking, aling the title with a 3-0 final day victory over nearest rivals Grimsby Town.
Both teams need to have that 'bouncebackability' after suffering defeats last weekend and both know there is a great deal at stake in this match.
Bouncebackability was the name of the game and team gave perfect response to last weeks defeat.
Bouncebackability is what Manchester United pride themselves on.
"It's all about consistency of performance and the All Blacks have been very good at that but the bouncebackability of the Wallabies has been good over the past two years after a disappointing loss," he added.
"Bouncing back from that rotten FA Cup performance against Oldham by beating Peterborough last week shows that 'bouncebackability'.
I have witnessed at first hand the bouncebackability of this sport-obsessed nation and it can be pretty scary.
Bouncebackability is a phrase originally coined by TV pundit Iain Dowie, then manager of Crystal Palace Football Club and once used in a headline in GulfWeekly when he took over at Queens Park Rangers in the days when the team was sponsored by Gulf Air.
After I three-putted the fifth I came straight back with a birdie, so to have that bouncebackability is always nice.
Hopefully, we can have some bouncebackability this weekend when we visit Westoe.
"We talked and we invented probably some sort of ESPN phrase, it was bouncebackability. That's what we talked about.