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Fellaini has been a valuable Plan B for Manchester United over the last five years, largely playing second fiddle to a number of first-team players who have come and gone following his £29m arrival in 2013.
Those Wildcats were playing second fiddle to state behemoth Allen and might just find themselves in the same role now, but with the Dragons.
Sixteen years after having to settle for second fiddle behind a record-shattering quarterback in the state, Austin Flynn is coming home to some first-rate fanfare.
Cade has spent his life playing second fiddle to his brother Tristan, who is basically the perfect hero to undertake an epic journey.
The company has struggled to break out of its role as the industry’s second fiddle, lagging behind Home Depot in sales growth.
For most of the nation’s history prior to the Great Depression, the president played second fiddle to Congress.
There’s another endearing element to the Greycroft story: The firm’s networks primarily are in New York and Los Angeles, perennial second fiddles to the only venture-capital market that truly matters, Silicon Valley.
In Sherman’s account, Bannon also comes across as an autodidactic know-it-all who hates to play second fiddle.
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