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

Georgetown, Guyana

in 1987, he was engaged by Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, and went on to represent the West Indian cricket team. Ambrose made his Test (Test cricket) debut in April 1988 at Georgetown, Guyana against Pakistan (Pakistani cricket team) and retired at the end of the England (English cricket team) tour in August 2000. thumb upright left Emperor Haile Selassie (File:CropSelassie.jpg), whose coronation Waugh attended in 1930 on the first of his three trips

; The series was notable for two incidents. In the fifth match at Georgetown, Guyana, He struck the last ball of the match into the outfield, and attempted three runs to tie the match. A crowd invasion resulted in all the stumps being removed

Story of Rev. Jim Jones and His People ''. Dutton, 1982. ISBN 0-525-24136-1. p. 361 A few days later, a second order was issued for the arrest of John by authorities. Reiterman, Tim and John Jacobs. ''Raven: The Untold Story of Rev. Jim Jones and His People (Raven (book))''. Dutton, 1982. ISBN 0-525-24136-1. p. 366 On November 14, 1978, Ryan flew to Georgetown, Guyana ( from Jonestown), along with a team of 18 people consisting


Warner Park Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis (West Indies (West Indies cricket team)) 3

International Airport Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis - bank_name 150px (File:Eastern Caribbean Central Bank logo.png) headquarters Basseterre, St. Kitts bank_of Hughes travelled to the Caribbean as a member of the Australian cricket team

to play the West Indies (West Indies cricket team) in 1978. During the first match on tour against the Leeward Islands (Leeward Islands cricket team) at Basseterre, Saint Kitts, Hughes suffered from appendicitis and had his appendix removed. The wound became infected and Hughes had to beg team management to be allowed to remain on the tour. Ryan (2009), pp. 131–132. Despite his later recovery, he did not play any of the Tests; his personality and attitude

Serbia and Montenegro

at UEFA official website, published 1 January 2011, Retrieved 4 October 2012 Football was experiencing major success during the 1980s and early 1990s, however due to the imposed economic sanctions, the country was excluded from all international competitions between 1992 and 1996. After the sanctions were lifted, the national team qualified for two FIFA World Cups—in 1998 (1998 FIFA World Cup) as FR Yugoslavia and in 2006 (2006 FIFA World Cup) as Serbia and Montenegro

. It also qualified for Euro 2000. The 1998 World Cup appearance in France was accompanied with plenty of expectation and quiet confidence as the team was considered to be one of the tournament's dark horses due to being stacked with proven world-class players such as 29-year-old Predrag Mijatović, 33-year-old Dragan Stojković, 29-year-old Siniša Mihajlović, 28-year-old Vladimir Jugović, and 31-year-old Dejan Savićević, as well as emerging 19-year-old youngster Dejan

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


, Ato Boldon. The stadium was constructed in 2001. The National Men’s Team and Women’s Team use the stadium as their training centre. ABS is also the home of Athletics. Every year there are various National Tournaments and Invitationals held by various clubs and by the National Athletic Association. The capacity of the stadium is approximately 10,000 persons.Central FC plays its home games at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, Trinidad and Tobago. The Sevilla Sports club is located south

Club, was formerly the residence of the manager of Brechin Castle. The National Cricket Centre (NCC) was opened by the Trinidad and Tobago national cricket team Board of Control (TTCBC) in 2002 on 17.5 acres of land at Balmain, Couva from Caroni (1975) Ltd. (construction started in 1997). The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board plans to rehabilitate, refurbish and develop the Balmain Cricket Centre to allow for playing cricket at the regional first class level. The Gilbert Park cricket

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

Frisco, Texas

to this as the "Rec Center" or "F.A.C." It features upscale exercise equipment, as well as group exercise classes. http: www.friscofun.org fac Pages default.aspx Sports Frisco is home to several sporting venues, an NCAA Division I conference, an NHL hockey team, a Major League Soccer team, a minor hockey league and one of its teams, a Minor League Baseball team, and most recently added an NBA D-league team. The Dallas Cowboys move their headquarters to Frisco

the Dallas Burn), a Major League Soccer team, who formerly played at Dallas' Cotton Bowl (Cotton Bowl (stadium)), moved their home to Pizza Hut Park (now Toyota Stadium (Toyota Stadium (Texas))) at the corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Main Street in Frisco in August 2005. A major international youth soccer tournament, the Dallas Cup, is hosted in Frisco each year and draws teams from around the world. NCAA The Southland Conference, an NCAA Division I athletics

news story?id 4949141 title Division I adopts 20-team bracket, moves FCS title game to Frisco, Texas author Caplan, Jeff date February 26, 2010 publisher ESPN accessdate 2010-02-26 Baseball The Texas League AA minor league baseball team Frisco RoughRiders, a minor league affiliate of the Texas Rangers (Texas Rangers (baseball)), play in Frisco at the award-winning Dr Pepper Ballpark

Port of Spain

for the England Young Cricketers in 1976 against the West Indies (West Indies cricket team) equivalent team. Gower played one match, on 27 August, at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain. Opening the batting, Gower made only 10 runs in the first innings as England were bowled out for 164, however after the West Indies had made 201 Gower fell short with 49 in the second innings, stumped off a spin bowler. England were dismissed for 202, and bowled the West Indies out for 143 to take a 22-run

; On 27 July, Gower played against New Zealand (New Zealand national cricket team), scoring his maiden Test hundred, 111 off of 253 deliveries in the first innings, and making 11 in the second. He made scores of 46, 71 and 46 in the rest of the series, the latter including his first Test six, earning him selection for the following Ashes Tests in Australia. An entrepreneur named Eduardo Sa Gomes played a significant role in spreading calypso in its early days

was shipped back to England in disgrace, and Belasco was forced to flee to New York. The 1975–76 season saw three and four Test tours of New Zealand and the West Indies respectively. Gavaskar led India in a Test for the first time in January 1976 against New Zealand (New Zealand cricket team) during the First Test in Auckland when regular captain Bishen Bedi was suffering from a leg injury. Standing in despite having scored only 703 runs at 28.12 since


TV talent show ''You're A Star'', born in Bulawayo * Stanley Fischer, governor of the Bank of Israel * Duncan Fletcher, cricketer, former coach of England national cricket team and current coach of Indian national cricket team * Des Foster, Waterpolo, former captain of the national Waterpolo team. * C.N "Peter" Foster, Swimming, Boxing, Athletics, Rugby and Waterpolo, in 1946 Peter held the SA amateur boxing heavy weight title, along with holding the commonwealth

"Skokiaan" * Benjani Mwaruwari, footballer and former Zimbabwe team (Zimbabwe national football team) captain and also turned out for Blackburn Rovers and Manchester City * Peter Ndlovu, footballer, former Zimbabwe team (Zimbabwe national football team) captain and considered to be the best Zimbabwean player of all time * Lewin Nyatanga, Zimbabwean-born Welsh footballer * Alexander Pines, professor of chemistry, University of California, Berkeley * Nick

* Alexander McCall Smith, CBE (Order of the British Empire), FRSE (Royal Society of Edinburgh), writer and Emeritus Professor of Medical Law at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland; author of ''The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency'' series * Joseph Sonnabend, physician, researcher, part of team to discover interferon * Heath Streak, cricketer and former captain and current bowling coach of the Zimbabwe team (Zimbabwe national cricket team) * Yvonne Vera, award-winning author


Malmö–Lund. Although the national team has been in existence since 1930, neither FIFA nor the Faroese FA (Faroe Islands Football Association) considers matches before 1988 as official. The first official victory was a 1–0 win, in friendly

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

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