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vitalfootball co uk
Where Are They Now - Keith Fear This episode of the Where Are They Now series takes a look at the career of K
Where Are They Now - Keith Fear
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 3 hours ago
This episode of the Where Are They Now series takes a look at the career of Keith Fear. KEITH FEAR - Born 8th May 1952 Bristol, England. Keith began his career as a striker when he was a youngster with his hometown... Read more
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The North West Star
From the cheap seatsA typically dynamic introduction from Sandy Roberts, at last week's North v Fre
From the cheap seats
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
A typically dynamic introduction from Sandy Roberts, at last week's North v Fremantle clash: "David King, downstairs in the middle of the action." A typically dynamic introduction from Sandy Roberts at last week's North v Fremantle clash: "David... Read more
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SportsFan
There goes the three-peat?Fyfe in Strife There was plenty of action over the weekend in the AFL includin
There goes the three-peat?
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
Fyfe in Strife There was plenty of action over the weekend in the AFL including; strife for Nat Fyfe and his Brownlow chances, plenty of massive upsets, and an embarrassing blunder by Stevie J. Lucy Polkinghorne reports Related Links Hawks'... Read more
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ABC News
Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later: Photojournalist Tells Story of Haunting PhotosAs Hurricane Katrina passed through New Orleans, The Times-Picayune photojourna
Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later: Photojournalist Tells Story of Haunting Photos
ABC News / Posted 8 days ago
As Hurricane Katrina passed through New Orleans, The Times-Picayune photojournalist Ted Jackson was on assignment. Upon hearing that the Lower Ninth Ward was flooding, Jackson headed there with his camera, capturing images of the devastation and... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Late-night anti social behaviour in Darwen park being targeted by policeA ‘PEAK’ of late-night anti social behaviour and nuisance in a Darwen park is b
Late-night anti social behaviour in Darwen park being targeted by police
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
A ‘PEAK’ of late-night anti social behaviour and nuisance in a Darwen park is being targeted by police. A special anti-social behaviour vehicle has been deployed to Bold Venture Park and the local area after a raft of complaints from... Read more
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The Chronicle
Dame's Express among new dining options for 2015-16DUSDAC elected to choose Dame's Express to replace Devil's Bistro after request
Dame's Express among new dining options for 2015-16
The Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
DUSDAC elected to choose Dame's Express to replace Devil's Bistro after requesting that the popular Durham restaurant add variety to its menu for the on-campus location. | Chronicle File Photo Central campus residents panicked when Devil's Bistro... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Students, applicants respond to Penn's changed testing requirementsEven students who have already been accepted to Penn believe its new standardiz
Students, applicants respond to Penn's changed testing requirements
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 11 days ago
Even students who have already been accepted to Penn believe its new standardized testing requirements are in applicants’ best interests. Penn’s Admissions Office recently altered its standardized testing policy, removing the required submission of... Read more
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The Chronicle
‘A no-brainer’: Dame’s set to replace Devil’s Bistro on Central CampusWith the addition of new eateries and food trucks, updates to Marketplace and t
‘A no-brainer’: Dame’s set to replace Devil’s Bistro on Central Campus
The Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
With the addition of new eateries and food trucks, updates to Marketplace and the anticipated opening of West Union, students will soon get a taste of changes that have been in the works for years. Most notably, Duke University Student Dining... Read more
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Perth Now
Players still want to play for Hird: HeppellUPDATE: ESSENDON midfielder Dyson Heppell has backed James Hird to remain at th
Players still want to play for Hird: Heppell
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
UPDATE: ESSENDON midfielder Dyson Heppell has backed James Hird to remain at the club next year, declaring him to be a “very good” coach. Former Essendon captain Matthew Lloyd said the pressure mounting on his former teammate must have him doubting... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
James Hird must be sacked after Essendon loss to Adelaide, according to AFL punditsJAMES Hird has had experience some very dark, bleak days over the past three ye
James Hird must be sacked after Essendon loss to Adelaide, according to AFL pundits
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
JAMES Hird has had experience some very dark, bleak days over the past three years. But it’s hard to imagine a more miserable one than last Saturday. Essendon’s 112-point loss to Adelaide at Etihad Stadium was the seventh biggest in the club’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘He has to go’: Footy champs slam HirdJAMES Hird has had experience some very dark, bleak days over the past three ye
‘He has to go’: Footy champs slam Hird
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
JAMES Hird has had experience some very dark, bleak days over the past three years. But it’s hard to imagine a more miserable one than last Saturday. Essendon’s 112-point loss to Adelaide at Etihad Stadium was the seventh biggest in the club’s... Read more
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Herald Sun
James Hird must quit as Essendon coach, Leigh Matthews saysHird is under mounting pressure with the Bombers having only won five games thi
James Hird must quit as Essendon coach, Leigh Matthews says
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Hird is under mounting pressure with the Bombers having only won five games this year, as calls grow for him to step away from his role as coach. What should Essendon do? Scroll down and vote now Watson says the review into the football program was... Read more
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Perth Now
Watson calls for calm on under-fire HirdUPDATE: ESSENDON great Tim Watson is calling for patience, saying a review into
Watson calls for calm on under-fire Hird
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: ESSENDON great Tim Watson is calling for patience, saying a review into the football department should be completed before a decision is made on James Hird’s future, as coaching legend Leigh Matthews says it’s time for the club to act. Hird... Read more
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Perth Now
McGuire: ‘I really felt for James Hird’UPDATE: COLLINGWOOD president Eddie McGuire says he “really felt” for James Hir
McGuire: ‘I really felt for James Hird’
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: COLLINGWOOD president Eddie McGuire says he “really felt” for James Hird after Saturday’s demolition by Adelaide, but can’t see Essendon sacking him before the end of the season. Questions have surrounded Hird’s coaching nous, but McGuire... Read more
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Herald Sun
James Hird must quit as Essendon coach, Leigh Matthews saysQuestions have surrounded Hird’s coaching nous, but McGuire says with the long-
James Hird must quit as Essendon coach, Leigh Matthews says
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Questions have surrounded Hird’s coaching nous, but McGuire says with the long-running supplements saga having hung over the club for the majority of his tenure, there is no way of knowing whether he’s up to the job or not. What should Essendon do?... Read more
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Adelaide Now
McGuire: ‘I really felt for Hird’COLLINGWOOD president Eddie McGuire says he “really felt” for Hird after Saturd
McGuire: ‘I really felt for Hird’
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
COLLINGWOOD president Eddie McGuire says he “really felt” for Hird after Saturday’s demolition by Adelaide, but can’t see the club sacking him before the end of the season. Questions have surrounded Hird’s coaching nous, but McGuire says with the... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Teams wanted for the Turners Hyundai Accumulator Challenge in aid of St Elizabeth HospiceTurners Hyundai Accumulator Challenge, for St Elizabeth Hospice, launch New mo
Teams wanted for the Turners Hyundai Accumulator Challenge in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice
Ipswich Star / Posted 14 days ago
Turners Hyundai Accumulator Challenge, for St Elizabeth Hospice, launch New money-making challenge is launched for local charity To send a link to this page to... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Reel Reviews: Fantastic Four is a fantastic boreRichard Reed is a genius inventor who, as a boy, creates a teleporter that tran
Reel Reviews: Fantastic Four is a fantastic bore
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 15 days ago
Richard Reed is a genius inventor who, as a boy, creates a teleporter that transports objects away, never to return. As a teenager he reveals his improved teleporter that can now return the objects transported, although slightly damaged. His... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
James Hird believes he’s still the man to coach Essendon but admits others might think otherwiseJAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not be
James Hird believes he’s still the man to coach Essendon but admits others might think otherwise
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
JAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not been undermined by the latest dire turn in Essendon’s miserable season: a 112-point smashing at the hands of Adelaide. Asked after the drubbing whether he was the right man... Read more
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The North West Star
Pssst: Melbourne take their markThere was some intrigue last week when a red and blue 'MFC' monogram popped up
Pssst: Melbourne take their mark
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
There was some intrigue last week when a red and blue 'MFC' monogram popped up on Twitter. There was some intrigue last week when a red and blue "MFC" monogram popped up on Twitter courtesy of sports branding expert Anthony Costa, who had found that... Read more
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Herald Sun
James Hird believes he’s still the man to coach Essendon but admits others might think otherwiseJAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not be
James Hird believes he’s still the man to coach Essendon but admits others might think otherwise
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
JAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not been undermined by the latest dire turn in Essendon’s miserable season: a 112-point smashing at the hands of Adelaide. Asked after the drubbing whether he was the right man... Read more
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The North West Star
From the cheap seatsIt goes without saying that football supporters rely on the wisdom, erudition a
From the cheap seats
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
It goes without saying that football supporters rely on the wisdom, erudition and guidance of the sport's commentators. It goes without saying that football supporters rely on the wisdom, erudition and guidance of the sport's commentators. Anthony... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘I think I can do the job’JAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not be
‘I think I can do the job’
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
JAMES Hird says his faith in his ability to coach beyond this season has not been undermined by the latest dire turn in Essendon’s miserable season: a 112-point smashing at the hands of Adelaide. Asked after the drubbing whether he was the right man... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This hunky transgender man wants to become a fatherA hunky transgender man is hoping to start a family with his wife using a sperm
This hunky transgender man wants to become a father
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
A hunky transgender man is hoping to start a family with his wife using a sperm donor. Jenilee, 30, said: “I’m so proud of Aydian and what he’s achieved, and I love being able to call him my hubby. Then and now: Hunky model sought after by hordes... Read more
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Perth Now
AFL says this wasn’t out of boundsA CONTENTIOUS boundary line non-call that resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthor
AFL says this wasn’t out of bounds
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
A CONTENTIOUS boundary line non-call that resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthorn in its win over West Coast has been given the all-clear from the AFL’s umpiring department. Eagles fans were outraged when Hawks forward Jarryd Roughead set up a goal... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West CoastA CONTENTIOUS boundary line non-call that resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthor
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West Coast
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
A CONTENTIOUS boundary line non-call that resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthorn in its win over West Coast has been given the all-clear from the AFL’s umpiring department. Eagles fans were outraged when Hawks forward Jarryd Roughead set up a goal... Read more
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BC Local News
Reel Reviews: Griswolds trek againRusty Griswold (Ed Helms) and his wife Debbie (Christina Applegate) take their
Reel Reviews: Griswolds trek again
BC Local News / Posted 20 days ago
Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) and his wife Debbie (Christina Applegate) take their sons James (Skyler Gisondo) and Kevin (Steele Stebbins) on a cross country vacation. Driving more than 2,000 miles to Walley World, Rusty hopes to relive the adventure he... Read more
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The Chronicle
Dame's Express among new dining options for 2015-16Central campus residents panicked when Devil's Bistro closed, but many will be
Dame's Express among new dining options for 2015-16
The Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
Central campus residents panicked when Devil's Bistro closed, but many will be happy with its replacement—Dame's Chicken and Waffles. To satisfy a broader consumer base, the popular Durham establishment—which will be known as Dame's Express at its... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West CoastWEST Coast fans were outraged after a non-call by the boundary umpire resulted
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West Coast
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
WEST Coast fans were outraged after a non-call by the boundary umpire resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthorn during a thrilling finish at Subiaco. Hawks forward Jarryd Roughead appeared to have taken the ball out of bounds before handballing to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West CoastWEST Coast fans were outraged after a non-call by the boundary umpire resulted
Jarryd Roughead appeared to take ball out of bounds before Hawthorn kicked crucial goal in win over West Coast
Herald Sun / Posted 22 days ago
WEST Coast fans were outraged after a non-call by the boundary umpire resulted in a crucial goal to Hawthorn during a thrilling finish at Subiaco. Hawks forward Jarryd Roughead appeared to have taken the ball out of bounds before handballing to... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Imza Smoothie lucky to make it to the trackIMZA Smoothie, who lines up on the first day of the Coffs Harbour carnival toda
Imza Smoothie lucky to make it to the track
Daily Examiner / Posted 26 days ago
IMZA Smoothie, who lines up on the first day of the Coffs Harbour carnival today, is lucky to have made it to the racetrack. The four-year-old gelding by British stallion Za-Im was bred by Corindi-based owner Brian Taylor. "He fell in a creek when... Read more
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Northern Star
Imza Smoothie lucky to make it to the trackIMZA Smoothie, who lines up on the first day of the Coffs Harbour carnival toda
Imza Smoothie lucky to make it to the track
Northern Star / Posted 26 days ago
IMZA Smoothie, who lines up on the first day of the Coffs Harbour carnival today, is lucky to have made it to the racetrack. The four-year-old gelding by British stallion Za-Im was bred by Corindi-based owner Brian Taylor. "He fell in a creek when... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Thousands gather to attend delicious Darwen food festivalDELICACIES from East Lancashire and beyond were on offer as Darwen hosted its s
Thousands gather to attend delicious Darwen food festival
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
DELICACIES from East Lancashire and beyond were on offer as Darwen hosted its second food festival. Goods from around the world tempted thousands of visitors to the town centre for the Food and Craft Festival. Among them were mayor Faryad Hussan... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tag team: Scrubbing out city's graffitiCouncil’s ‘zero tolerance’ is bringing the numbers down but, with 94,000 incide
Tag team: Scrubbing out city's graffiti
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Council’s ‘zero tolerance’ is bringing the numbers down but, with 94,000 incidents a year, there is plenty of work to do. Historical murals (left and above) help to keep Beach Haven attractive and clean. Photo / Dean Purcell Two years of defence... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Ten questions with ... Wendy and Nigel ForresterDevelopment at Alexandra Airport is taking off. In recent times a hangar with a
Ten questions with ... Wendy and Nigel Forrester
Otago Daily Times / Posted 30 days ago
Development at Alexandra Airport is taking off. In recent times a hangar with attached accommodation has been completed, two more hangars and accommodation units are being built, two new hangars are completed and two people are going through the... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Michael Shields Sr.A son of Della Shields Taylor of East Liverpool and his late father William 'Br
Michael Shields Sr.
The East Liverpool Review / Posted a month ago
A son of Della Shields Taylor of East Liverpool and his late father William 'Brian' Taylor, Michael was born in East Liverpool April 4, 1989. Michael leaves behind his son, Michael Shields Jr. and daughter, Reahanna Shields; brothers, Brandon... Read more

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