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Confessions of an ageing football player: Brazil 2,014: My team 2,015.

73 – nil! Those were the days: moments of glory on the school playing field on a foggy Wednesday afternoon when the final whistle went and your school mates would gather around you, beaming their small faces at you from every conceivable direction as they congratulated you fulsomely on the 23 hat tricks you has just completed in your team’s undeniable slaughter of the opposition. 254 more words

Confessions Of An Ageing Football Player

Revolutionizing the Full Back Role With George Cohen

If there is one person that can best represent the full back players in the whole football arena, that would be Sir George Cohen. A native of Kensington, London, Cohen was not just popular as England’s full back during their 1966 World Cup victory but also as the tough-as-granite full-back force for Fulham, his only club on a career that spanned 13 years. 394 more words

1966 World Cup Victory

Your Government at Work

The next time someone tells you that a larger, more intrusive federal bureaucracy is just what the doctor ordered, refer that someone to this: 429 more words

Federal Mediator Making Impact On BART Contract Talks

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) – A federal mediator brought in to Bay Area Rapid Transit contracts talks seems to be having the effect of smoothing over roadblocks to a possible agreement, according to sources close to the talks. 544 more words


SF-Area Train System Keeps Running Amid Talks

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A major San Francisco Bay-area transit system was running trains on a normal schedule Tuesday after unions and management agreed to extend labor talks past a midnight deadline. 369 more words


NHL Reaches Tentative Deal With Players' Union | Redux

NHL Reaches Tentative Deal With Players’ Union

Maritime Union Port Chalmers Dunedin Branch, Dunedin Fairness at Work Rally, 20 October 2010 (photo by Victor Billot) 568 more words