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England and the 2030 World Cup - The Knockouts

So, here we are. The climax. The biggest test of my managerial career. Besides coming back from conceding five at home to Cheltenham in 2017/18. In the  459 more words

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England and the 2030 World Cup - The Group Stage

The first game of our World Cup game was our hardest. No question about it. Argentina. We’d be up against it. We know that.

Two days before it, Leicester decide they want to interview me for the managerial position. 292 more words

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England and the 2030 World Cup - Pre-Tournament

You’ll be pleased to know we are in 2030 now, and what better way to start the year than with a friendly against Switzerland, who were ranked higher in the world than us. 837 more words

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England and the 2030 World Cup - Qualification

So we are finally onto the bit about England. Took a while didn’t it. Sorry ‘bout that.

I took the reins following Thomas Frank’s (look him up) sacking after a disastrous Confederations Cup campaign, with three 2-1 defeats at the hands of Spain (fair enough), Mexico (sure, may have been an off day) and Nigeria (what? 356 more words

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MBA Student Portray: Interview with Lorena Gutierrez Castro from Colombia

Lorena Gutierrez Castro, well-known of her positive energy and active participation in in-class activities, is our current third semester student from Colombia. She joined the MBA International Management program at HfWU in the winter semester 2016. 729 more words

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PGDM in International Management from BIMTECH

We live in a highly globalized world today. The advent of new communication technologies has bridged the gap between nations and facilitated the growth of businesses beyond geographical boundaries. 565 more words

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Ted Cominos: State Owned Assets

Ted Cominos is a Chicago-area attorney with more than twenty years of experience. He also holds a Master of Business Administration in International Management from the Middlebury/Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California, and has experience in cross-border, private equity/venture, corporate commercial and debt-finance transactions. 196 more words

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