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Gaels enjoy the camera during annual Fall Photo Day

The Saint Mary’s men and women’s soccer and volleyball teams got geared-up this morning for the annual Fall Sports Photo Day.  The teams each posed for portraits, team photos and various marketing shots taken by the department’s popular official photographer Tod Fierner. 9 more words

Men's Soccer

A New Season and New Teammates

There are lots of transfers during the summer window, some for megabucks and others for nothing. Ashley Cole is one such player who moved to a new club without any transfer fee involved as he was out of contract, although I’m sure he still has quite a bit to offer any team. 45 more words

Day 164: "Because your head is too big…"

Friday, 13 June 2014

…said the fifth person in the photo when I asked where she disappeared.

Hardy har har. 7 more words

365 Day Photos

2014: Germany - Argentina 1-0 (0-0, 0-0)

Match 892.

World Cup Final

13.7.2014

Rio de Janeiro.

16:00

Referee: Rizzoli (Italy).

Spectators: 74.738

Germany: Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Hummels, Höwedes, Schweinsteiger, Kramer (31. Schürrle), Th. 50 more words

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Photograph - Brentford FC Youth Squad - 1988-89

An unusual team photograph, as it’s of the Brentford Youth Squad, managed by Colin Lee, from 1988-89. (I believe!)

Thanks to Graham Clark, once again, the line up in the squad photo is: 168 more words

Brentford FC

2014: Germany - France 1-0 (1-0)

Match 890.

World Cup quarter-final.

4.7.2014

Rio de Janeiro.

13:00

Referee: Pitana (Argentina)

Spectators: 74.240

Germany: Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Hummels, Höwedes, Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Th. Müller, Kroos (90+2. 28 more words

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Daily Graphic - Team Photograph - 1909-10

Another Daily Graphic team photograph, this one from 1909-10, I’ve shown a copy here before.

As said previously, these pictures have been cut from larger pages/sheets – normally with two teams on each page – from a booklet of team photographs, which were published by The Daily Graphic for a number of years, in the early 1900’s. 15 more words

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