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. Youth career Cruz played his early football at the Academia de Fútbol Tucumán in his hometown of Cali. His father, a retired Argentinian professional football player, was his primary coaching influence. In 1998, Cruz was discovered by an AFC Ajax scout while training with the first team at América de Cali. Within two weeks, at 17, the young Colombian had signed with the Dutch club's youth reserve program. Daniel Cruz Bio www.tucuman.com DATE OF BIRTH 9 May 1981 PLACE OF BIRTH Cali, Colombia DATE OF DEATH The Royal Audience of Quito had been established by a royal decree in 1563, its territory including Pasto, Popayán, Cali, Buenaventura and Buga in what is currently Colombia, and extended as far south as Piura in what is now Peru. name "8ung.at" The eastern limit was ill-defined at the time, due to a lack of geographical knowledge and the low importance given to unpopulated, hard-to-reach territories. commons:Cali
(OS (British national grid reference system) grid ref. SD 233637). It is one of the Islands of Furness in Northern England. It is the location of the English Heritage-owned Piel Castle. Historical usage The term "cracker" was in use during the Elizabethan era to describe braggarts. The original root of this is the Middle English word crack (Craic) meaning "entertaining conversation" (One may be said to "crack" a joke); this term and the Gaelicized spelling "craic" are still in use in Northern England, Ireland and Scotland. It is documented in William Shakespeare's ''King John (The Life and Death of King John)'' (1595): "What cracker is this ... that deafes our ears With this abundance of superfluous breath?" thumb Lumley Castle (Image:Lumely Castle.jpg) '''Lumley Castle''' is a 14th century quadrangular castle at Chester-le-Street in the North (Northern England) of England, near to the city of Durham and a property of the Earl of Scarbrough. It is a Grade I listed building. English Heritage: Images of England, listing detail and architectural description Plot summary The novel is set in the early years of the 19th century. Silas Marner, a weaver, is a member of a small Calvinist congregation in Lantern Yard, a slum street in an unnamed city in Northern England. He is falsely accused of stealing the congregation's funds while watching over the very ill deacon of the group. Two clues are given against Silas: a pocket-knife and the discovery of the bag formerly containing the money in his own house. There is a strong suggestion that Silas' best friend, William Dane, has framed him, since Silas had lent the pocket-knife to William a short while before. Silas is proclaimed guilty. The woman he was to marry casts him off, and later marries William Dane. With his life shattered and his heart broken, he leaves Lantern Yard and the city. Although, in 2004, house prices in the north of England and Scotland increased faster than those in the south, this happened at the same stage of the last property cycle and the rises are off of a lower value base – it is far too early to concluded whether the trend is reversing. Either way, there were 113,000 transactions in London and the South East (South east England) recorded by the UK HM Land Registry in the year to November 2004, compared with 83,000 in the North (Northern England), North West (North West England) and Yorkshire and the Humber. The city council was concerned that the state of the fire station was limiting further regeneration of the Piccadilly area, a problem magnified by a proposed government complex dubbed "Whitehall of the North (Northern England)" on the former Mayfield Railway Station site (Manchester Mayfield railway station) and a reconfiguration of Manchester Piccadilly railway station. The run-down fire station would be the first impression of Manchester for many visitors, therefore
career Šimunić was born in Canberra, Australia to Bosnian Croat immigrants (Bosnian Croat) from Kiseljak, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Yugoslavia. He received early football training at the Australian Institute of Sport. The defender broke into the Melbourne Knights first team as a teenager in the 1995–96 season and ended it with a championship medal and 1996 NSL Youth Player of the Year award. Šimunić scored his first goals the following term, three in 14 outings, before moving to Europe to join Hamburger SV in 1998.
) was a football (football (soccer)) striker from Italy. He grew up and played his early football in Cardiff, Wales, and began his career with Swansea Town (Swansea City F.C.) in 1964. He later returned to Italy to play for Massese (U.S. Massese 1919), Internapoli (Internapoli Camaldoli S.S.D.) and S.S. Lazio in 1969. He played international football for Italy (Italy national football team), including two appearances at the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Early years
, and also music concerts, it is the home stadium of San Luis F.C. The stadium holds 35,000 people and was built in 2002. It is named after the late Alfonso Lastras Ramirez, who was co-founder of an early football club called Cachorros de San Luis. id2-c white info This user is originally from Mexico but lives in the U.S. (United States). info-c white '''Big Hatchet Peak''' is the high point of the '''Big Hatchet Mountains''', a small but rugged range
Bosnian Croat immigrants from Kiseljak, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Yugoslavia. He received early football training at the Australian Institute of Sport. The defender broke into the Melbourne Knights first team as a teenager in the 1995–96 season and ended it with a championship medal and 1996 NSL Youth Player of the Year award. Šimunić scored his first goals the following term, three in 14 outings, before moving to Europe to join Hamburger SV in 1998. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia
; was dedicated to his second son Danny Gullin and "Gabriella" to his daughter, Gabriella Gullin (born 1961), a composer and conductor. '''Giorgio Chinaglia''' ( ; January 24, 1947 – April 1, 2012) was a football (football (soccer)) striker from Italy. He grew up and played his early football in Cardiff, Wales, and began his career with Swansea Town (Swansea City F.C.) in 1964. He later returned to Italy to play for U.S. Massese 1919 Massese