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City of Sunderland

publisher BBC date 28 September 2002 accessdate 27 August 2009 Following the goal, Bellion found himself a first team regular at Sunderland, although was unable to save them from relegation (Promotion and relegation) with the third-lowest Premier League points tally ever. Towards the end of the season, Bellion attracted interest from Manchester United (Manchester United F.C.), and angered many fans by going AWOL (desertion) to France at a time when the Black Cats needed


Aswan

in 2001 when he moved to Gençlerbirliği (Gençlerbirliği S.K.). Following three successful seasons with the club, during which the team twice made the Turkish Cup Final (Fortis Turkey Cup), he moved to Beşiktaş (Beşiktaş J.K.) where he was a first team regular as well as a regular on the team's scoring sheet. He particularly impressed manager Jean Tigana who, despite being known for selecting younger players for his first team, still regarded the 30-year-old Hassan a key player


Bavaria

Fußball-Bundesliga his second season onwards, he became a first-team regular, helping the Bavarians capture seven German championships and four German cups (DFB-Pokal), adding the 1996 (1995–96 UEFA Cup) UEFA Europa League (eight games and two assists from the player during the campaign). The '''Romantic Road''' ( Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


Slovakia

from the Ukrainian (Ukraine) border. The distance from Biecz to the most important Polish cities is:


Toronto

by representatives of Olympique Marseille while playing for the North Scarborough youth soccer club in Toronto. After playing with Marseille's reserve side, de Guzman became a first-team regular with 1. FC Saarbrücken in the German (German Football Association) 2. Fußball-Bundesliga Second

url http: www.northscarboroughsoccer.com community.php newspaper North Scarborough location Toronto date December 1, 2011 accessdate December 1, 2011 After playing with Marseille's reserve side, de Guzman became a first-team regular with 1. FC Saarbrücken in the German (German Football Association) Second Bundesliga (2. Fußball-Bundesliga) in the 2001–02 season. In 21 appearances he never scored.


Netherlands

Aremberg, and he was readying to set forth. '''Markelo''' is a town in the Dutch (Netherlands) province of Overijssel. It is located in the municipality of Hof van Twente, about south-west of Almelo. The population is about 7.000. Stefanović moved to his third club of the 1999 2000 season when transferring to Vitesse Arnhem of the Netherlands. He quickly became a first team regular

to the German (Germany) border, approximately 10 kilometres east of the town of Echt. Club career He started playing for ASEC Mimosas in his home country before moving to Dutch (Netherlands) based Feyenoord (Feyenoord Rotterdam). He played in Rotterdam for six seasons as a first team regular. He mainly played as a winger, but was also able to participate as a striker when necessary. In the meanwhile his brother Salomon Kalou who came to visit him, impressed the Feyenoord staff

of 18 where he continued to be used as a midfielder. Although never a first team regular, he came on as a substitute in the 2002 UEFA Cup final 3–2 win against German team Borussia Dortmund. Near the foot of the street is the site of the Governor's house built by Peter Stuyvesant; when the British (United Kingdom) took over New Amsterdam from the Dutch (Netherlands), they christened the street and the building "Whitehall" for England's seat of government


Republic of Ireland

in January 2003. ) is a hill just north of Longford Town (Longford), Republic of Ireland Ireland


Switzerland

on to Academica Moscow (FC Sportakademklub Moscow) and then the youth squad of FC Lausanne-Sport (Lausanne Sports) in Switzerland. In 2001, at the age of 16, he signed with Spartak Moscow and made his first team debut the same year. In 2002, he became a first team regular gaining his first opportunity to play in the UEFA Champions League. Guy is an anaesthetist working at East Hampton Hospital. He was born in Switzerland. His father was Fabien Leclerq, a skiing instructor from


Turkey

, he was transferred to Denizlispor before joining his Egyptian international teammate Abdel-Zaher El-Saqua in 2001 when he moved to Gençlerbirliği (Gençlerbirliği S.K.). Following three successful seasons with the club, during which the team twice made the Turkish Cup Final (Fortis Turkey Cup), he moved to Beşiktaş (Beşiktaş J.K.) where he was a first team regular as well as a regular on the team's scoring sheet. He particularly impressed manager Jean Tigana who, despite being


South Africa

first-class debut in 1982, promoted to the Worcestershire (Worcestershire County Cricket Club) first team after just two Second XI appearances and taking 3-61 against Somerset (Somerset County Cricket Club). His figures that year were fairly modest; eighteen first-class wickets cost him over 45 apiece, and he bowled just eight overs in one-day cricket; but Worcestershire saw potential and persevered. By 1983, he was a first-team regular, taking forty eight first-class wickets, a figure


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