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Walsall Born Player 58. George Garratly

George Garratly
Personal information
Full name George Garratly
Date of birth October 1888
Place of birth Walsall, England

Playing position Defender
Senior career
Years                                                           Team              Apps            (Gls) 69 more words

A Little bit of History!

Here are some of my brothers memorabilia from the last 70 years of Walsall Football club. Can you put an age on them?

You can see the patch still has the bag it came in we never used it on our Jackets ( we actually bought it to go on the jacket of one of the Kids, but by the time we had a child who folllowed Walsall it had gone out of fashion. 47 more words

Smarter cars open door to hackers

As high-tech features like adaptive cruise control, automatic braking and automatic parallel parking systems make cars smarter, it’s also making them more vulnerable to hackers – a risk that an automotive security researcher says carmakers appear to be ignoring. 85 more words

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Newspaper ad revenue plummets $40B in a decade

The fact of the decline of the newspaper business is not news. But a recent essay from the Brookings Institution contains some specific numbers that make clear just how bad things have gotten: In just more than a decade, from 2000 to 2013, advertising revenue for America’s newspaper fell from $63.5 billion to $23 billion. 106 more words


Walsall Born Player 57. Billy Gallier

Billy Gallier
Personal information
Full name William Henry Gallier
Date of birth 24 April 1932
Place of birth Tamworth, England

Date of death 6 February 2011 (aged 78) 327 more words

Walsall Born? Defin a Walsall Player 56. Reg Foulkes

Reg Foulkes
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Full name Reg Foulkes
Date of birth
Place of birth
Playing position Defender
Senior career
Years                                          Team                                           Apps            (Gls)
1938                                           Walsall… 262 more words


The Prime Minister of India met the Press today. As always, on his own terms. He came. He spoke. He walked off or rather walked into the crowd of celebrity journalists, generously disbursed handshakes – hundreds of them, stuck a broad smile on his face for scores of selfies, spouted a few trademark one-liners, and went off without answering a single question. 187 more words

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