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Barry Town United F.C.

league MacWhirter Welsh League Division Two (Welsh Football League Division Two) season 2013–14 position MacWhirter Welsh League Division Three (Welsh Football League Division One), 1st manufacturer Lotto Italia Sports kit_alt1 pattern_la1 pattern_b1 _cpfcaway08 pattern_ra1 pattern_sh1 pattern_so1 leftarm1 FFFF00 body1 FFFF00 rightarm1 FFFF00 shorts1 3333CC socks1 FFFF00 kit_alt2

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Zenica

September 1967 in Zenica) is a Bosnian (Bosnia and Herzegovina) football (Association football) player who played in Germany (Fußball-Bundesliga) for most of his career. He played for FC Energie Cottbus from 2000 until 2002. During that time he became a Bosnia-Herzegovina international (Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team), earning 18 caps in which he scored one goal.

in South Africa. The team had a qualifying campaign that almost turned disastrous and just sneaked into second place by a single point over Sweden (Sweden national football team), a group where Denmark (Denmark national football team) finished first, one point ahead from Portugal. Portugal was drawn to play against Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team) in the European zone play-offs (2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - UEFA Second Round). With two

wins (1–0 in the first leg, in Lisbon; and 1–0, in Zenica), the team gained its right to participate in the World Cup. Having qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the ''Selecção das Quinas'' had its most successful decade to date, having qualified for all of the World Cups and Euro Cups (Euro 2000, World Cup 2002, Euro 2004, World Cup 2006, Euro 2008, and World Cup 2010), along with Spain (Spain national football team), Italy (Italy national football team), Germany national football


Landskrona

to a heavy industrial town. Between 1917 and 1983 Öresundsvarvet shipyard had up to 3,500 employees, http: www.varvshistoriska.com ?p visa-nyhetartikel&n viktiga-handelser-i-oresundsvarvets-historia but the town also had large manufacturers in the chemical and textile industry sectors. The football club Landskrona BoIS, which has participated in either of the top two Swedish league divisions during all but four seasons, ever since

the Swedish football league system began in 1924-25, has always been important for the town and its inhabitants. History thumb left Landskrona Citadel (File:Citadellet Landskrona.JPG) The city of Landskrona was founded at the location of Scania's (at that time a part of Denmark) best natural harbour, this an example of King Eric of Pomerania's anti-Hanseatic (Hanseatic League) policy intended to compete with Danish (Denmark) towns under Hanseatic control

Bridge did ''Flygbåtarna AB'' threw in the towel. http: www.sydsvenskan.se oresundsbron flygbatarna-var-ett-satt-att-leva http: nfo.nu ?p 116933 , last line covers Landskrona-Copenhagen as well Sports The following sports clubs are located in Landskrona: * Landskrona BoIS (association football) See also * List of Swedish wars * Ven, Sweden * List of cities with trolleybuses References


Karaj

of national teams. Karaj has a multi-purpose stadium; the Enghelab Stadium (Enghelab Stadium (Karaj)), with capacity of 15,000 people. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home of football team, Saipa F.C. Karaj is home to Saipa F.C. one the IPL major Football teams as of 2001. The team is registered in Tehran, but plays its games in Karaj and is called "Saipa Karaj". It is known to have one of the best youth training programs in Iranian football. ref

-Road 59 Railway Karaj is served by Karaj railway station. Iran Railways Map Notable people * Mahmoud Bahmani (b. 1947), politician * Isa Saharkhiz (b. 1953), political activist * Shadi Amin, political activist * Hossein Sanapour (b. 1960), writer * Ahmad Sanjari (b. 1960), football coach * Saied Reza Ameli (b. 1961), scholar of communication * Mehran Rajabi (b. 1962

), actor * Fatemeh Ajorlou (b. 1966), politician * Farshad Falahatzadeh (b. 1967), football player * Mojtaba Taghavi (b. 1968), football player * Naeim Saadavi (b. 1969), football player * Leila Esfandyari (1970-2011), mountain climber * Alireza Heidari (b. 1976), wrestler * Ali Karimi (b. 1978), football player * Ebrahim Sadeghi (b. 1979), football player * Mohammad Nosrati (b. 1981), football player * Rouhollah Dadashi (1982-2011), powerlifter


Adapazarı

to the Bank Asya 1.Lig this year, the second level in the Turkish Football pyramid (Football in Turkey), as they beat Konya Şeker S.K., Bugsaşspor and Bandırmaspor consecutively in the play-off games of Spor Toto 2. Lig. Even though Sakaryaspor is not always a permanent team in the Super League, they have raised many of Turkey's best players, such as Hakan Şükür, Tuncay Şanlı, Oğuz Çetin, Aykut Kocaman and many more. Notable

people *Udi Hrant (1901-1978) - oud player, singer and composer of Turkish and Armenian songs *Kriton Ilyadis (1916–1980) - cinematographer *Sait Faik Abasıyanık - writer, poet *Tuncay Şanlı - Bolton Wanderers (Bolton Wanderers F.C.) and Turkey football player *Hakan Şükür - former football player *Semih Saygıner - professional carom billiards champion *Kenan Sofuoğlu - Turkish (Turkey) professional motorcycle racer *Şansal Büyüka - sports writer

; ref Between 1983 and 1991, he worked at the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In 1991, he became a lecturer in International Management. Club career Born in Adapazarı, Sakarya Province, Şükür began his football career with local club Sakaryaspor, making his professional debut shortly after his 17th birthday. His first goal came in a match against Eskişehirspor on 26 February 1989: with the match tied 2–2, he entered the pitch


Vaduz

including Buchs, Sargans, and Feldkirch, operated by Liechtenstein Bus. Culture and sports thumb The Rheinpark Stadion (File:Haupttribüne mit Gebirge.JPG) is the home of FC Vaduz and the Liechtenstein national football team The National Art Gallery as well as the National Museum are located in Vaduz. The art gallery (Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein) is a museum of modern and contemporary art, also showing displays from the private princely Liechtenstein Collection

the Postage Stamp Museum and a Ski Museum. Vaduz also has a local professional association football club, FC Vaduz which, as the other clubs in Liechtenstein, plays in the Swiss league system (Swiss football league system). In the 2008–09 season, FC Vaduz became the first Liechtenstein club to play in the Swiss Super League, Switzerland's top flight. The club play at the 8,000-capacity Rheinpark Stadion, which also hosts the Liechtenstein national football team. Climate

qualification - Largest win (Vaduz, Liechtenstein; 9 November 1996) World cup apps Four days before Liechtenstein scored its first win in World Cup qualifying, the team made even more headlines with a stunning 2–2 draw in Vaduz in a Football World


Franklin, Pennsylvania

in 1978. * Riverfront Park Notable people * John Wilkes Booth (May 10, 1838 – April 26, 1865) Abraham Lincoln's assassin (assassination). In 1864 he formed an oil company in Franklin and resided there while performing at the Franklin Opera House. * Nate Byham (born June 27, 1988) American football tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. * Jack Fultz (born August 27, 1948) Winner of the 1976 Boston Marathon. * Judge Robert Lamberton (March 20, 1809 – August 7, 1885

) Associate Judge of the Courts of Venango County, Pennsylvania and founder of the Lamberton Savings Bank. * Rolland Lawrence (born March 24, 1951) American football Cornerback for the Atlanta Falcons. * Hildegarde Dolson Lockridge (1908-1981) Author of mysteries and histories, including ''We Shook the Family Tree''. * Ted Marchibroda (born March 15, 1931) American football quarterback and head coach in the National Football League. * Alexander McDowell

– December 28, 1909) National Guard Major General (Major General (United States)) who commanded the 28th Infantry Division (28th Infantry Division (United States)) * Howard Zahniser (February 25, 1906 – May 5, 1964) Environmental activist who authored the Wilderness Act. Sports In 1903, the city was the home of the Franklin Athletic Club, one of the earliest professional football teams. That season, the team was unofficially recognized as the "US Football Champions" ref


Dearborn Heights, Michigan

;Station of the Nations" slogan until 1980; it is now WJLB. After retiring from the NFL, Wheatley returned to his hometown to coach his high school alma mater, Dearborn Heights (Dearborn Heights, Michigan)' Hamilton J. Robichaud High School, where he had previously made a name for himself as a nine-time Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) state champion athlete. As a player, he had led the school to its only state football championship. In 2007, during his first year

as head football coach, his team rebounded from an 0–9 record to compile a 9–2 record, reaching the playoffs for the first time since 1994. He coached at in 2008 (2008 NCAA Division I FCS football season), and in 2009 (2009 NCAA Division I FCS football season) he became an assistant coach for 2009 Eastern Michigan Eagles football team Eastern Michigan University

. He has been hired as the running backs coach for the Syracuse Orange (2010 Syracuse Orange football team) for 2010 (2010 NCAA Division I FCS football season). thumb right The Pontiac Silverdome Silverdome (Image:Pontiacdome.png) hosted the MHSAA (Michigan High School Athletic Association) state football championships from 1976–2004. Wheatley attended Hamilton J. Robichaud High School in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, a neighboring municipality of Inkster. During his time


Couva

and Couva. Prominent schools in San Fernando include Naparima College, Naparima Girls' High School, Presentation College (Presentation College, San Fernando), St. Joseph's Convent, San Fernando Central Secondary School, ASJA Boys' College, ASJA Girls' College and St. Benedict's College. June 2011 suspension by FIFA On 15 June 2011, Belize kicked-off its 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign against minnows Montserrat national football team Montserrat

, winning 2-5 away in a match played in the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago). However, the return which was scheduled for 19 June was postponed by FIFA when they suspended the FFB due to governmental interference. Suspension of the Football Federation of Belize - FIFA - 1. 15 September 2001 Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva '''1'''–1 2–1 2001

FIFA U-17 World Championship#Group C 2001 U-17 World Championship However, it was not until 2001, with Trinidad and Tobago awarded the FIFA U-17 World Championship, more football specific stadiums were needed. With the assistance of Mansour Ramsaran, four new stadiums were constructed for the event – Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar (Malabar, Trinidad and Tobago), Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella, and Dwight Yorke Stadium


Ahvaz

separatist groups. The Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz claimed credit for several of the bombings, including a series of four bombs on 12 June, 2005, that killed 8 people. Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz MIPT Terror Knowledge Base Contemporary Ahvaz In 1989, the ''Foolad Ahvaz'' steel facility was built close to the town. This company is best known for its company-sponsored Football

(soccer) football club, Foolad F.C., which was the chart-topper for Iran's Premier Football League in 2005. Ahvaz is also home to another IPL football team, Esteghlal Ahvaz F.C.. Transportation thumb right Ahvaz Metro Logo (File:Ahvaz Metro Logo.PNG) * Ahvaz is accessible via freeways from Isfahan and Shiraz, and roadways to Tehran. * A metro urban railway system is being built by the Ahvaz urban railway. It will be a 23 km underground line with 24

complexes: Takhti Stadium (Takhti Stadium (Ahvaz)) and a newly constructed stadium Ghadir Stadium. There are several other smaller complexes for martial arts, swimming pools and gymnasiums. Also, a new privately owned stadium (New Foolad Stadium) is currently under construction by Foolad F.C. in Ahvaz. Football Football (Association football) is a major part of the city's culture. The numerous enthusiasm has made Ahvaz home to three Iranian major Association football Football


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