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AllAfrica.com
Malta's First Gentleman Pays Courtesy Call On Sports Minister and GFA PresidentThe Minister for Youth and Sports, Mr Isaac Kwame Asiamah, yesterday, hosted th
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
The Minister for Youth and Sports, Mr Isaac Kwame Asiamah, yesterday, hosted the First Gentleman of Malta, Mr Edgar Preca, in Accra for discussions on bilateral relations in the area of sports development. In his welcome remarks, Mr Asiamah... Read more
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caughtoffside
Who owns who? Bookmakers holding companies and ownership revealedfirst privately owned company on our list is Bet365, which is controlled by the
caughtoffside / Posted 3 days ago
first privately owned company on our list is Bet365, which is controlled by the Coates family. Known for its close association with the Premier League football club Stoke City, Bet365 was founded in 2000 and in the following year it... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Revealed: Why Liverpool's Mohamed Salah had to leave the UKa contract would need. That would have allowed him to sign on the dotted line,
Liverpool Echo / Posted 14 days ago
a contract would need. That would have allowed him to sign on the dotted line, but to do very little else. “To play football he would have needed a work permit, and that comes in two parts. First off is an endorsement from the Football... Read more
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Football.co.uk
EFL to extend 'Rooney Rule' trial to all clubs despite mixed results last seasonEnglish Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian
Football.co.uk / Posted 17 days ago
English Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates for managerial jobs failed to meet that promise in six out of eight opportunities last season. The clubs were required to interview... Read more
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The News and Star
EFL to extend 'Rooney Rule' trial to all clubs despite mixed results last seasonEnglish Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
English Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates for managerial jobs failed to meet that promise in six out of eight opportunities last season. The clubs were required to interview... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EFL to extend 'Rooney Rule' trial to all clubs despite mixed results last seasonEnglish Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
English Football League clubs that voluntarily agreed to interview black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates for managerial jobs failed to meet that promise in six out of eight opportunities last season. The clubs were required to interview... Read more
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chad
Boss Evans ‘excited’ by Stags’ quality in MaltaMansfield Town fly home from their pre-season training camp in Malta today with
chad / Posted 18 days ago
Mansfield Town fly home from their pre-season training camp in Malta today with boss Steve Evans admitting he is excited by what he has seen from his new-look squad. Stags are already the bookies’ favourites and after a 5-0 demolition of a Malta... Read more
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chad
Stags train ahead of match against Malta FPA XIMansfield Town’s players are pictured training in the heat of Malta ahead of to
chad / Posted 22 days ago
Mansfield Town’s players are pictured training in the heat of Malta ahead of tonight’s match against a Malta Football Players’ Association XI. The annual pre-season tour saw players and club staff meet with fans on Tuesday night, before an open... Read more
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chroniclelive
Your charity news: Bake sale, Newcastle wheelchair user's fitness challenge, garden project & much moreArmy Cadet Force band. Under Major Miller’s direction, the band have played at
chroniclelive / Posted 23 days ago
Army Cadet Force band. Under Major Miller’s direction, the band have played at some high profile events and concerts; the Malta military tattoo, the Albert Hall, Horse Guards Parade, Wembley and in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and the... Read more
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The Inyo Register
Sept. 11)– Santiago, Chile, is destroyed by indigenous warriors, led by Michimalonco. 1
The Inyo Register / Posted 1 months ago
– Santiago, Chile, is destroyed by indigenous warriors, led by Michimalonco. 1565 – Ottoman forces retreat from Malta ending the Great Siege of Malta. 1609 – Henry Hudson discovers Manhattan Island and the indigenous people living... Read more

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