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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 (Germany national football team), and France (France national football team), the only other four teams to have done so. right thumb 300px Portuguese players celebrating a goal against North Korea on 21 June 2010 (File:FIFA World Cup 2010 Portugal North Korea7.jpg) JNA (Yugoslav People's Army) under control of Serbia was able to take over at least 60 per cent of the country before 19 May official withdrawn all officers and troops that are not from Bosnia. Pessimism Is Overshadowing Hope In Effort to End Yugoslav Fighting Much of this is due to the fact that they were much better armed and organized than the Bosniak and Bosnian Croat forces. Attacks also included areas of mixed ethnic composition. Doboj, Foča, Rogatica, Vlasenica, Bratunac, Zvornik, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Kljuc, Brčko (Brčko (city)), Derventa, Modrica, Bosanska Krupa, Bosanski Brod, Bosanski Novi, Glamoc, Bosanski Petrovac, Cajnice, Bijeljina, Višegrad, and parts of Sarajevo are all areas where Serbs established control and expelled Bosniaks and Croats. Also areas in that were more ethnically homogeneous and were spared from major fighting such as Banja Luka, Bosanska Dubica, Bosanska Gradiska, Bileca, Gacko, Han Pijesak, Kalinovik, Nevesinje, Trebinje, Rudo saw their non-Serb populations expelled. Similarly, the regions of central Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo, Zenica, Maglaj, Zavidovici, Bugojno, Mostar, Konjic, etc.) saw the flight of its Serb population, migrating to the Serb-held areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina. * WikiPedia:Zenica Commons:Category:Zenica


against Canada (Canadian national soccer team) in 1989. Faroe Islands pulled one of the biggest upsets in footballing history when they beat Austria (Austria national football team) 1–0 in their first ever competitive international on 12 September 1990. The game, a Euro 92 (1992 UEFA European Football Championship) qualifier, was played in Landskrona, Sweden because there were no grass pitches on the Islands. Their only other point of the campaign was from a draw against Northern

Ireland . During both the Euro 2000 qualifiers (2000 UEFA European Championship (qualifying)) and Euro 2004 qualifiers (2004 UEFA European Championship (qualifying)), they also held Scotland (Scotland national football team) to a draw at home (they also drew with Lithuania (Lithuania national football team) and Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team) in 2000, while the draw against the Scots was their only point of the 2004 campaign). The nation's only other wins in European Championship qualifying were in the 1996 tournament (1996 UEFA European Football Championship), with two wins against San Marino (San Marino national football team) until they won against Estonia (Estonia national football team) in UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying on June 7, 2011. Åstorp has also been connected with railroads to Landskrona, to Eslöv via Klippan, to Markaryd-Ljungby (Ljungby, Sweden) and to Höganäs-Mölle although traffic is discontinued and most of the tracks have been removed. The regiment was shipped to Germany and arrived at Wolgast in June 1631 to participate in the Thirty Years' War. Its first major battle was the Battle of Breitenfeld (Battle of Breitenfeld (1631)) on 17 September that same year, where it stood in the first line. It also stood in the first line as part of the Swedish Brigade (Svenska brigaden) at the Battle of Lützen (Battle of Lützen (1632)) the next year, a battle which caused heavy casualties to the regiment. The regiment's "creator", Gustav II Adolf, was killed in a cavalry charge trying to ease the pressure on Dalregementet's part of the front. The regiment returned to Sweden to replenish shortly after and remained at home until 1638, when one of the regiment's two battalions was sent as garrison to Stettin. Dalregementet was one of the original 20 Swedish infantry regiments mentioned in the Swedish constitution of 1634. Carl Gustaf Wrangel was the commander from 1639 on. The second battalion was sent to Germany in 1642, and the whole regiment fought at the Battle of Leipzig (Battle of Breitenfeld (1642)) that year, only to return to Sweden again the following year. They were present during the siege of Landskrona in 1644 during the short Torstenson War. The victory at Lund served as an immense morale boost to the Swedish army. Charles XI was criticized for getting carried away by his success on the right flank, but the battle had nonetheless made him popular with his own troops. The remaining Danish forces were forced to retreat to the fortress of Landskrona. Reinforced by their Austrian and German allies, they would once again meet the Swedish army at the Battle of Landskrona. Since the 1970s, improved highways and commuter train connections have meant that commuting area has grown to include Ystad, Skurup, Sjöbo, Eslöv, Höör, Landskrona and Helsingborg. It's not uncommon to live by Malmö and work either in Ystad or Helsingborg, or vice versa. Mentally, however, these towns have kept their allegiance with older divisions of Scania. Inhabitants of Eslöv and Höör consider themselves to live in Central Scania, like Landskrona still is grouped together with Helsingborg rather than Malmö–Lund. Service history ''Kane'' departed Newport, Rhode Island 20 August 1920 for her shakedown cruise to Gibraltar, Brest (Brest, France), Copenhagen, Danzig, and the Gulf of Riga. She was just outside the Gulf in the Baltic Sea 1 October 1920 and supposedly well clear of the minefields laid in World War I when a mine exploded, bending her port engine shafts and port propeller struts. After repair at Landskrona, Sweden, and overhaul at Chatham (Chatham Dockyard), England, she sailed 21 May 1921 for the Mediterranean. '''Landskrona BoIS''' (simply referred to as '''BoIS''') is a Swedish professional football club (Football (soccer)) located in Landskrona, which currently plays in the second highest Swedish division, Superettan. The club, formed on 7 February 1915 was a merger of two clubs from the city of Landskrona; IFK Landskrona and Diana. Landskrona BoIS was one of twelve teams in the first season of Allsvenskan (1924-25 Allsvenskan) in 1924-25. Since then, they have played 34 seasons in Allsvenskan and 48 seasons in the second highest division. Landskrona BoIS has got one national cup title, won in 1971-72. The club is affiliated with Skånes Fotbollförbund and they play their matches at Landskrona IP, which has a capacity of 11,500 spectators. The club's main sponsor is Masita Sportswear. left 140px (Image:Landskrona fulla vapen.svg) '''Landskrona''' (1413) was established by Eric of Pomerania as an anti-Hansa (Hanseatic League) city in competition with the Danish port cities of the time, shortly after Skåne had been conquered by Sweden. The city was originally symbolised by a gold "queen's crown" on a red field, in direct reference to Margrethe Valdemarsdatter (Margaret I of Denmark), and the city received its present arms in 1880, based on a city seal from 1663 depicting a crown, a lion, a ship and a cornucopia on a quartered field. WikiPedia:Landskrona Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne County Localities Landskrona commons:Landskrona


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

in Bacolet. In addition, the National Stadium, renamed in honour of Hasely Crawford, underwent major renovation for the competition to expand the capacity to 27,000 and would hold a semi-final, third place, and final matches. founded ground Ato Boldon Stadium Couva, Trinidad and Tobago capacity 10,000 The '''South Starworld Strikers''' are a professional football (football (soccer)) team, which plays in Trinidad and Tobago's

. Players born after 1 January 1984 could participate in this tournament. Although '''France (France national football team)''' had only appeared once before at the FIFA U-17 World Championship, in Canada back in 1987 when they finished sixth, the current crop of French youngsters arrived in the Caribbean determined to emulate their illustrious elders' winning ways at '''France '98 (France 98)''' and '''Euro 2000'''. And so it was, Jean-François Jodar's side showing maturity beyond


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in the team's pre-tournament friendly against the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates national football team) on 5 January 2011 in Al Ain. McKay went on to play a part in every game Australia played at the tournament, initially coming off the bench in the first two

games against India (India national football team) and South Korea (South Korea national football team). He was named in the starting 11 for both the final group stage match against Bahrain (Bahrain national football team) and the subsequent quarter-final match against Iraq (Iraq national football team), and played a vital role in the latter, leading Australia to a 1–0 extra time victory, executing an inch-perfect cross for striker Harry Kewell to head into the goal for the match

winner. McKay retained his starting position for the semi-final against Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan national football team), and was again a key player for Australia in the team's 6–0 win, setting up three goals and being awarded man of the match.

Serbia and Montenegro

Stanković , and tall 24-year-old target forwards Savo Milošević and Darko Kovačević. Another reason for heightened expectations was the fact this was the country's first major international appearance following the UN-imposed exile. However, the talented squad never managed to hit top gear—although it did make it out of the group, it got eliminated by the Netherlands (Netherlands national football team) via an injury-time goal in the round-of-16. Two years later at Euro 2000, virtually

national football team a single football team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup tournament, despite having formally split just weeks prior to its start. The final squad was made up of players born in both Serbia and Montenegro. They played their last ever international on 21 June 2006, a 3–2 loss to Côte d'Ivoire (Côte d'Ivoire national football team). Following the World Cup, this team has been inherited by Serbia, while a new one (Montenegro national football team) was to be organized to represent Montenegro in future international competitions. Basketball The country dominated European and world basketball during the mid-to-late 1990s and early 2000s with three European titles, two World Championships titles, and the Olympic silver medal. The national team started competing internationally in 1995 after a three-year exile due to the UN trade embargo. During this time, FR Yugoslavia was not allowed to compete at the 1992 Summer Olympics (Basketball at the 1992 Summer Olympics) in Barcelona, Eurobasket 1993, and finally 1994 FIBA World Championship whose hosting was originally awarded to Belgrade before being taken away and moved to Toronto. At the Eurobasket 1995 in Athens, its first international competition, the hungry and highly motivated Yugoslav team led by Dušan Ivković brought a starting five full of world-class talent with established European stars at positions one (point guard) through four (power forward (basketball)) — 27-year-old Saša Đorđević, 25-year-old Predrag Danilović, 29-year-old Žarko Paspalj, 22-year-old Dejan Bodiroga — capped off with 27-year-old Vlade Divac, the starting center for the LA Lakers at the five (center (basketball)) position. With the bench that was just as capable — experienced Zoran Sretenović (the only player over 30 in the team), Saša Obradović, talismanic power forward Zoran Savić, and up-and-coming young center Željko Rebrača — the team rampaged through its preliminary group featuring medal contenders Greece and Lithuania with a 6-0 record. At the first direct elimination stage, the quarterfinals, Yugoslavia scored 104 points to destroy France, thus setting up a semifinal clash with hosts Greece. In the highly charged atmosphere of the OAKA Arena (O.A.C.A. Olympic Indoor Hall), Yugoslav team demonstrated its versatility, using defensive prowess this time to pull off a famous eight-point win in a tense, low-scoring 60-52 game. The final against experienced Lithuania team led by basketball legend Arvydas Sabonis in addition to world class players Šarūnas Marčiulionis, Rimas Kurtinaitis, Valdemaras Chomičius, etc., turned into a classic game of basketball with crafty Yugoslavs prevailing 96-90 behind Đorđević's 41 points. They were represented by a single team in the Basketball World Championship 2006 as well. This team was also inherited by Serbia after the tournament, while Montenegro created a separate national basketball team afterwards, as well as the national teams of all other team sports. Entertainment The two countries were represented in the Miss Earth 2006 pageant by a single delegate, Dubravka Skoric. Serbia and Montenegro also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest and in Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 only on one occasion. The country debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest under the name Serbia and Montenegro in 2004, when Željko Joksimović got 2nd place. The next to follow was the Montenegrin boyband No Name. In 2006, the year of Montenegrin independence, the country Serbia and Montenegro did not have a representative due to the scandal in Evropesma 2006 (Evropesma#2006 event and controversy). See also WikiPedia:Serbia and Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia and Montenegro



السوداني ) is a Sudanese football (football (soccer)) club founded on February 13, 1930 in the city of Omdurman. The team has been crowned champion of the Sudan Premier League in seven of the past nine seasons, and throughout its history has won the championship 26 times during the league's 45 seasons – thus making it Sudan's most successful football (football (soccer)) team. founded Initially as Al-Masalam in 1908-November 14, 1927 ground Al Merreikh Stadium br


(1968–1972), CSKA Moscow (PFC CSKA Moscow) (1970), Gomselmash Gomel (1973–1974), Spartak Moscow (FC Spartak Moscow) (1977–1980), Lokomotiv Moscow (1981), Moskvich Moscow (1982). Played 82 games and scored 38 goals in the premier league of the USSR championship. USSR champion in 1979. He was the top scorer at the USSR championship in 1978 (19 goals). He played five (5) games for the USSR national team (USSR national football team). His playing career was unusual in that he only got

: Molodechno City Stadium (Haradzki Stadium (Maladzechna)) in May 1996 (friendly against Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan national football team)), Vitebsky Central Sport Complex in Vitebsk in November 2005 (friendly against Latvia (Latvia national football team)), Central Stadion in Gomel in October 2007 (Euro 2008 qualifying match against Luxembourg (Luxembourg national football team)), Neman Stadium in Grodno June 2009 ( 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA) 2010

World Cup qualifier against Andorra (Andorra national football team)), Borisov City Stadium (Haradzki Stadium) just a few days later (friendly against Moldova (Moldova national football team)) and Regional Sport Complex Brestskiy in Brest (Brest, Belarus) in October 2009 (another 2010 World Cup quallifier against Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan national football team)). On 5 August, ''Gruppenführer'' Nebe moved his ''Einsatzgruppen'' command to Smolensk, where the ''Vorkommando'' Moskau was concentrated. On 6 August, ''Einsatzkommando'' 8 reached Minsk (Battle of Białystok-Minsk), remaining there until 9 September 1941. From Minsk, it reached Mogilev, which became its general headquarters, and from there ''Einsatzkommando'' 8 effected successive killings in Bobruisk, Gomel, Roslav, and Klinzy systematically attacking the local Jewish communities, and killing the inhabitants. Meanwhile, ''Einsatzkommando'' 9 was put to work; they had left Treuburg, in eastern Prussia, and reached Vilna on 2 July. Their main theater of mass killing operations were Grodno and Bielsk-Podlaski (Biala-Podlaska). On 20 July it moved its headquarters to Vitebsk, and then exterminated the citizens of Polotzk, Nevel, Lepel, and Surazh. The command progressed to Vtasma, and from there they killed the communities of Gshatsk and Mozhaisk in the Moscow vicinity. The Soviet counter-offensive forced the ''Einsatzkommando'' to withdraw to Vitebsk on 21 December 1941. Anticipating the fall of Moscow (Battle of Moscow), the ''Vorkommando'' Moskau advanced to Maloyaroslavets, earlier captured by the Wehrmacht on 18 October 1941. In practice, ''Sonderkommandos'' 7a and 7b operated behind the vanguard of the army. The actions were fast, in order to prevent the Jews from escaping the advancing German Army. To the south and east of Smolensk and Minsk, the two ''Sonderkommandos'' left a wake of dead civilians, from Veliki-Luki, Kalinin, Orsha, Gomel, Chernigov and Orel, to Kursk. Gray was born to a Jewish family in Gomel (now in Belarus) and received a high school education in that region. He arrived in Canada in 1908, a committed leftist following the attempted revolution of 1905. During the Soviet times the settlement briefly belonged to Gomel guberniya of the Russian SFSR, then it was transferred to Smolensk Oblast of the RSFSR, and the population dwindled significantly. Anapa is twinned (twin towns and sister cities) with: * Wikipedia:Gomel Dmoz:Regional Europe Belarus Localities Gomel Commons:Category:Homel


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football, Mozambique were placed in Group C with Egypt (Egypt national football team), Nigeria (Nigeria national football team) and Benin (Benin national football team). In their first game, they played Benin Benguela drawing 2–2 after being 2–0 down, with goals coming from Miro (Almiro Lobo) and Fumo (Carlos Fumo Gonçalves). They then went on to lose 2–0 to eventual tournament winners Egypt and 3–0 to Nigeria, thus eliminating them from the tournament. After the tournament, all time top scorer and captain Tico-Tico retired from international football. thumbnail '''Artur Pestana''' called '''Pepetela''' (File:Pep.jpg) '''Artur Carlos Maurício Pestana dos Santos''' (born in Benguela, Portuguese Angola, in 1941) is a major Angolan writer of fiction. He writes under the name '''Pepetela'''.

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