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Managerial career of table soccer

Lewington became player-manager of Fulham after they were relegated to the Football League Third Division in July 1986. Lewington, still only 29, was the youngest manager in the Football League at the time. Fulham's budget was tight and they could only manage an 18th-place finish in Lewington's first season as manager. Off the field, the club was unstable after two takeovers in quick succession and the suggestion of a merger with their West London rivals Queens Park Rangers.

The next two seasons showed no sign of an up-turn in fortune, but in 1989, Lewington guided the club to the play-offs, although they were unsuccessful in achieving promotion. The following season saw the club struggle against relegation once more. At the end of that season, Alan Dicks was brought in, with Lewington becoming his assistant.

Lewington had spells as caretaker manager at Fulham in 1991 and 1994, before joining Crystal Palace as a coach, becoming assistant to Alan Smith as Palace were relegated from the Premiership. Brentford were taken over by former Palace owner Ron Noades in 1998, Brentford's "chairman-manager" brought in Lewington as a Coach. After Noades relinquished his team-selection duties in 2000, Lewington was appointed as manager of Brentford, taking them to a losing appearance in the Football League Trophy final in 2001 and guiding them to 14th in Division Two. He left at the end of the 200001 season to become Gianluca Vialli's reserve team manager at Watford: a difficult role, as Vialli never let any first-team players play for the reserve side.

When Vialli was sacked in the summer 2002, Lewington was appointed manager. Like with Fulham 16 years earlier, Lewington assumed control of a club that had an extremely limited budget, with the club crippled from the collapse of ITV Digital and the high-spending of the Vialli era, which had failed to result in promotion to the Premier League. Despite this, Lewington guided the club to two middle table finishes and two cup semi-finals a 21 loss to Southampton in the FA Cup in 2003 and a 20 loss (over two legs) to Liverpool in the League Cup two seasons later. Just two months after the Liverpool game, Lewington was sacked, after a poor run of league form.

In July 2005, Lewington returned to Fulham after ten years away, as reserve team manager, under manager Chris Coleman. By this time, Fulham were an established Premier League club with healthy finances. In December 2007, Lewington served a brief stint as caretaker manager after the departure of Lawrie Sanchez, managing the team for three games until Roy Hodgson was appointed full-time. He remained at Craven Cottage as part of the management team as assistant manager. He was replaced as assistant manager by Mark Bowen when Mark Hughes became manager and became the First Team Coach.

On 17 October 2010, it was announced on the Fulham website that Lewington had been given the job of leading the club's Youth Development Program and that taking his position as first team coach would be Glyn Hodges.

Mark Hughes resigned after the end of the 201011 season and his successor Martin Jol reinstated Lewington as First Team Coach in June 2011, alongside Jol's assistants Michael Lindeman and Cornelius Jol. Jol said: "We started off with him because he's probably a main figure here, at this club, he knows everything."

On 4 May 2012, it was confirmed that Lewington would become England assistant manager alongside Roy Hodgson, who had just accepted the FA's offer to manage the England team, having previously managed West Bromwich Albion. On 27 June 2016 he resigned as part of the England coaching staff after the embarrassing defeat to Iceland in Euro 2016.

On 12 September 2017, following the appointment of Roy Hodgson as manager of Crystal Palace FC, it was announced that Lewington would once again return to the club as assistant manager.

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The opening match of the tournament saw Scottish champions Rangers taking on French side Paris Saint-Germain. Rangers manager Walter Smith set his team up in a 4141 formation, with a four-man defence, Lee McCulloch in front of a four-man midfield and Kenny Miller playing as the lone striker. Paris Saint-Germain's first eleven included former Chelsea midfielder Claude Makll, who shielded their defence. Before kick-off, a minute's applause was held in tribute to former manager Sir Bobby Robson who died on 31 July. Neither Rangers or Paris Saint-Germain scored in the first half but the game was not incident free Miller's attempt on goal in the early minutes was wide, and he nearly capitalised on goalkeeper Grgory Coupet leaving his goal line moments later as his cross almost looped into the net. Mevlt Erdin had Paris Saint-Germain's best chance after 30 minutes, but failed to connect to Jean-Eudes Maurice's cross. The winning goal, scored by Rangers, came after the interval; from a corner, defender Madjid Bougherra rose highest and headed the ball past Coupet.

Arsenal faced Atltico Madrid in the day's late kick-off. Midfielder Tom Rosick returned to the Arsenal team for the first time since January 2008 after a lengthy injury spell, while club captain Cesc Fbregas was named on the substitutes' bench. The side lined up in a 433 formation, which Wenger introduced earlier in pre-season to get the best out of his attacking players. Atltico meanwhile started former Manchester United striker Diego Forln up front, and former-Arsenal player Jos Antonio Reyes on the right-hand side of midfield. The visitors started well and almost made a perfect start when Reyes came close to scoring inside six minutes. Florent Sinama Pongolle and Forln steered their headers wide, but despite the chances Atltico created, Arsenal dictated much of the play in the first 45 minutes. The introduction of academy graduate Jack Wilshere in the second half added fluency to Arsenal's game; reporter Amy Lawrence noted his touches of the ball received "unabashed excitement from the Emirates crowd." Arsenal scored with four minutes of normal time remaining when substitute Andrey Arshavin volleyed in from Fbregas' cross. Germn Pacheco equalised for Atltico on the counter minutes later, but Arshavin in stoppage time scored again this time profiting from defensive error, to give Arsenal a 21 win.

Atltico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain played each other on the second day; both clubs made a number of changes to their team from their first game. Sergio Agero, who started against Arsenal, gave Atltico the lead when he converted a penalty kick which was awarded after the forward was brought down by Albert Baning. Paris Saint-Germain played the remainder of the game with 10 men as Baning was sent off for his foul on Agero. Despite the man disadvantage, they equalised in the second half as a well-worked move forced goalkeeper Roberto Jimnez Gago out of his position; Ludovic Giuly scored an open goal. The match ended 11, keeping Arsenal at the top of the table. The hosts later beat Rangers 30, with Wilshere scoring twice. Arsenal manager Arsne Wenger lauded his performance over the two days, telling reporters: "When he starts to go past people in the final 20 yards you can always say there is something special." Wilshere's performance was watched by England manager Fabio Capello, but Wenger restrained talk of his involvement in the national side: "Lets be calm and quiet, the World Cup is next year. Lets first see how he improves and plays; how consistent he is."

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FA CupCardiff entered the FA Cup in the first round, being drawn against First Division side Sunderland. The match was played at Roker Park with a crowd of 41,923 on 8 January 1921 with Cardiff causing an upset by winning 10 following a goal from George Beare. In a reversal of fortune in the following round, Cardiff were seen as favourites after being drawn against Third Division side Brighton & Hove Albion. However, Cardiff was unable to make their higher ranking count as they were held to a goalless draw at Brighton's Goldstone Ground. In the replay, a single goal from Cashmore was enough to see Cardiff through to the third round. A third consecutive away draw followed, with Cardiff defeating Third Division Southampton 10 at The Dell after a goal from Gill.

The club's victory over Southampton meant that, for the first time in their history, Cardiff had reached the fourth round of the FA Cup. The team were drawn against First Division side Chelsea who would be playing their eighth match in the competition having been taken to two replays by both Reading and Plymouth Argyle in the first and third rounds respectively. Chelsea's difficulty in overcoming opponents in the previous rounds meant that the match was seen as a closer contest than the divisional gap suggested. A crowd of 50,000 attended the match at Stamford Bridge as Cardiff took an early lead through Cashmore's second goal in the competition. Cardiff proceeded to defend resolutely throughout the remainder of the match as their defensive line of Blair, Charlie Brittain and Keenor received significant praise in match reports, and held their lead for the remainder of the game.

Cardiff's victory over Chelsea saw them become the first Welsh side ever to reach the semi-final stage in the competition's history. The draw for the semi-final saw Cardiff paired with fellow Second Division side Wolverhampton Wanderers. As semi-final ties are traditionally held at a neutral venue, the match was moved to Anfield, the home ground of Liverpool, on 19 March. The match also became notable as the first football game ever attended by King George V and Queen Mary. Their only daughter, Princess Mary, was also present at the match. The game was described as a defensive affair with "less than half-a-dozen" shots taken throughout the game and ended in a goalless draw necessitating a replay. This was blamed largely on the heavy rain that fell throughout the day resulting in the pitch becoming greasy before badly cutting up as the game wore on. Wolves were adjudged to have been the stronger of the two sides with Evans being named as Cardiff's most impressive attacking player, although the side's defence was praised after recording their seventh consecutive clean sheet in the competition. 42,000 fans attended the fixture resulting in 3,500 of receipts in one of the highest gates the club drew during the season.

The reply was held at Old Trafford, the home ground of Manchester United, four days later. Cardiff's defence had not conceded a goal in the competition to this point but was breached after just 12 minutes and Wolves added a second goal before half-time. Cardiff pulled one goal back when they were awarded a penalty for handball which was converted by Keenor and this led to a brief upsurge in performance as the side looked for an equaliser. However, a number of long shots were defended by Wolves who added a third goal soon after as the match finished 31. 45,000 spectators had attended the replay yielding gate receipts of 4,270. Wolves went on to lose the final 21 against First Division side Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge.

Match resultsKeyResultsWelsh CupCardiff entered the competition as reigning holders having won the trophy for the second time in their history in April 1920 after defeating Wrexham 20. The side's first match was in the third round where they were drawn against Pontypridd. The match however was scheduled for 15 January 1921, the same day as Cardiff were due to play Bristol City in the Second Division. Both matches went ahead on the same date with the first team playing in the league and a team made up of reserve and fringe players travelling to Pontypridd. The weakened side suffered a 21 defeat with Cardiff's goal being scored by Len Davies.

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It was founded in 2006; prior to its existence, other educational institutes were available in that area.------Vinh Thanh High School of High qualityVinh Thanh High School (Vietnamese: Trng Trung hc ph thng Vnh Thnh),one of the three public high schools in Vinh Thanh, was founded in 2010 from Thanh An High School. It is located in Vinh Thanh district, Can Tho City, Vietnam------Melba Copland Secondary School of 213Melba Copland Secondary School opened in 1978 at Copland Drive, Melba, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaIt is a supporter of the IB Diploma Program.In 2007, it was decided by the ACT Government to merge Copland College and Melba High School. Since 2009 the joint school has been called Melba Copland Secondary School.------Special Schools and Programs in the DistrictChallenger Learning Center of Richland County School District OneHeyward Career and Technology CenterAdult EducationEvening High SchoolOlympia Learning School AlternativePendergrass Fairwold SchoolWilliam S. Hall SchoolCharter schoolsRichland One Middle College (Grades 11-12)Carolina School for Inquiry------Innovation Diploma Plus High School of basketball analyticsInnovation Diploma Plus High School is located on 145 West 84th Street within the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It is also one of the four schools that are located in the Louis D. Brandeis High School Campus.------Lakewood High School (California) of free state of jonesLakewood High School is a public secondary school located in the southern California city of Lakewood. Founded in 1957, it is part of the Long Beach Unified School District. Lakewood is the architectural twin of nearby Millikan High School, which opened in 1956.------Education of music schoolBornova Anadolu Lisesi is the second Anatolian High School in Izmir, according to the high school entry points for 3 consequent years. In 2007, in the University Entrance Exam of Turkey, which has over 1.5 million applicants every year, Bornova Anadolu Lisesi had 7 results in top 100, 81 in top 1000 and 304 in top 5000.------School Awards of ClassroomA 2008 National Charter School of the YearRated Exemplary by the TEA in 2009 and 2010A 5-Year TEA Recognized Campus 2006-200821 Gold Performance AwardsRanked as the number 1 Public High School in Austin by Children at Risk in 2012A 2016 National Speech and Debate Association Middle School of Excellence------Emmett High School of High qualityEmmett High School is a four-year public secondary school in Emmett, Idaho, the only traditional high school in the Emmett School District #221. The school colors are royal blue and white and the mascot is a husky------Troy Carter (talent manager) of music schoolTroy Carter (born November 14, 1972) is an American music manager who is the founder, chairman and CEO of Atom Factory, a talent management and full-service film and television production company. He was the global head of creator services at Spotify.------Wynford High School of meterWynford High School is a public high school in Bucyrus, Ohio, United States. It is the only high school in the Wynford Local School District. Wynford high school has been teaching young pupils since 1963.------Katonah-Lewisboro School District of freeThe Katonah-Lewisboro Union Free School District, or simply the Katonah-Lewisboro School District (KLSD) is a school district headquartered in South Salem, New York. The district has a Katonah, New York mailing address------James River High School (Buchanan, Virginia) of rolled steelJames River High School (JRHS) is a Group-2A-size public high school in Springwood, Virginia. It serves the northern part of Botetourt County, including the towns of Buchanan, Eagle Rock, Fincastle, and Springwood. James River was founded in 1959 with the consolidation of the Buchanan, Eagle Rock, and Fincastle high schools.------Notable faculty of music schoolSol BerkowitzHugo WeisgallJimmy HeathGeorge PerleThea Musgrave (emeritus)Leo KraftKarol RathausMarcy RosenDavid JolleyCarl SchachterCharles NeidichStephanie ChaseRoland HannaMaurice PeressBruce Saylor------Fulton City School District of student cardFulton City School District is a school district in Fulton, New York, United States. The current superintendent is Mr. Brian Pulvino.The district operates six schools: G. Ray Bodley High School, Fulton Junior High, Fairgrieve Elementary, Granby Elementary, Lanigan Elementary, and Volney Elementary.------Feeder school districts of student cardFeeder districts include:Ridgeland School District 122Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123Atwood Heights School District 125Alsip, Hazelgreen, Oak Lawn School District 126Worth School District 127Chicago Ridge School District 127.5Palos Heights District 128Cook County School District 130Calumet Public School District 132Midlothian School District 143Posen-Robbins School District 143------North East Derbyshire Music Centre of music schoolThe North East Derbyshire Music Centre, or NEDMC is a music organisation located in Derbyshire. It provides ensemble-based music opportunities for both beginners and experienced musicians. Groups meet at Outwood Academy Newbold, Newbold on Friday nights and Saturday mornings during school term time.------Elementary SchoolsThe elementary schools in the district operate kindergarten-5th gradeEmily Dickinson Elementary SchoolHawthorne Elementary SchoolHyalite Elementary SchoolIrving Elementary SchoolLongfellow Elementary SchoolMeadowlark Elementary SchoolMorning Star Elementary SchoolWhittier Elementary School------Siegel High School Wrestling of music schoolThe Stars wrestling team competes in District 10 - Region 5 of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association. The team has had numerous Region Champions, State Medalist, and one State Champion. The Stars also claimed back to back District titles in 2015 and 2016 while winning the Region 5 Dual Championship in 2015..------Notable alumni of schoolNatalie Bassingthwaighte Australian singer and actressAshley Fisher former Tennis playerNicholas Cowdery AO, QC former New South Wales Director of Public ProsecutionsMark Kerry Olympic gold medalist in swimmingStephen Martin former politicianEvelyn Owen InventorMary Puckey first female superintendent of an Australian hospital------Strait Regional School BoardStrait Regional School Board is a Canadian school board operating 25 schools in eastern Nova Scotia's counties of Richmond, Antigonish, Inverness, and Guysborough.The school board has a student population of 7,281 and it employs 612 teachers. The annual budget of the board is approximately $66 million (CAD).------Formats and track listings of music schoolFormats"A Night to Remember" (Album Version) 3:58"A Night to Remember" (Ashley Tisdale and Jemma McKenzie-Brown version - as part of "Senior Year Spring Musical") 1:03"A Night to Remember" (Video Edit) 1:20iTunes digital single track listing"A Night to Remember" (Album Version) 3:58------King Alfred School, Pln of music schoolKing Alfred School, Pln, was a boarding school for children whose parents were British military or civil service personnel working in Germany; between 1948 and 1959, it educated approximately 4000 pupils aged between 11 and 18 years old------Lincoln School (Owosso, Michigan) of trimThe Lincoln School was built in 1915 in the Classical Revival style. The school was added to the National Register of Historic Places in August 2016. The building now houses the Lincoln House Apartments..------Hot Springs County High School of Spring & Summer TrendyHot Springs County High School is a high-school located in Thermopolis, Wyoming. The school is part of Hot Springs County School District Number 1 and teaches students grades 9 through 12. The school is accredited by the Wyoming State Board of Education and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools..------Catchment of music schoolStudents attend from the market town of Corsham and nearby villages such as Colerne, Neston, Box, Lacock, Shaw and Batheaston; and from more distant places such as the towns of Chippenham and Melksham and the city of Bath------Student body of music schoolAs of January 2019 the school had 850 students. These represented 55 different nationalities: 27% of students were from the UK, 21% Indian, 11% Pakistani, 15% US and Canadian and other nationalities accounted for 26%. The majority of students (52%) are Muslim.------High Speed 2 of schoolHigh Speed 2 railway's planned route will go through the current site, and the school will have to be relocated. Work on the new site began in 2017 and students from the North Gower Street site started to move over in 2018 with the rest moving in 2019.------School of ClassroomProspect Park Elementary School had an enrollment of 884 students as of the 201819 school year. The school population was made up of Hispanic (54%), White (22%), Black (22%), and Other (2%).Catherine D'Arrigo, PrincipalCiro Spinella, Vice-Principal------Academics of schoolBentley School offers a K-12 private educational program for its students. The school website advertises "an environment that challenges the mind, striving to bring out the best in each of its students".------Pomona Catholic High School of music schoolPomona Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic, all-girls middle and high school in Pomona, California built in 1949. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. It is a part of the tri-school community existing between St. Lucy's Priory High School and Damien High School------Elementary schoolsBlack Fox Elementary SchoolCharleston Elementary SchoolHopewell Elementary SchoolMichigan Avenue Elementary SchoolNorth Lee Elementary SchoolOak Grove Elementary SchoolPark View Elementary SchoolProspect Elementary SchoolTaylor Elementary SchoolValley View Elementary SchoolWaterville Community Elementary School------Personal life of music schoolBrian Johnson married Jennifer Louise Johnson (ne Rock) in 2000. The couple has two daughters, Haley and Ta, as well as one biological son, Braden, and one adopted son, Ryder, who was adopted in mid-2017. The family resides on a farm in Redding, California..------Lafayette County School District (Mississippi) of student cardThe Lafayette County School District is a public school district based in Lafayette County, Mississippi (USA).The district serves the town of Abbeville and the village of Taylor as well as most rural areas in Lafayette County.------Special needs of schoolPreviously the school was mostly used for children who had problems behaving or being in a classroom situation but recently it has tended to take students who are on the autism spectrum, The school employs an educational psychologist, child psychiatrist, speech and language therapist, and an occupational therapist------Sandon School of table soccerThe Sandon School is an 11-18 mixed comprehensive academy school of approximately 1250 students. It serves a rural area on the outskirts of Chelmsford, Essex, England, and specialises in Maths and Computing
Introduction to Table Soccer - 2019 Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup of Table Soccer
Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup of table soccerThe 2019 Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup was the ninth edition of the Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup, an annual international beach soccer tournament contested by men's national teams. Held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates since its inception, this year's event occurs between 5 and 9 November. The tournament was organised by the Dubai Sports Council (DSC) and Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW). Unlike in previous editions, there was no lead sponsor this year.The Intercontinental Cup is typically seen as the biggest tournament in the current international beach soccer calendar after the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. Similar in nature to that of the FIFA Confederations Cup, eight nations took part.The tournament started with a round robin group stage. The winners and runners-up from each group advanced to the knockout stage, a series of single-elimination matches, beginning with the semi-finals and ending with the final. Consolation matches were also played to determine other final rankings.The season-ending Beach Soccer Stars awards were also presented in Dubai as a conclusion to the tournament.Iran were the defending champions and successfully retained their title, winning a third Intercontinental Cup crown by beating Spain 63 in the final. Hosts UAE matched their best previous performance of third place for the first time since 2013.------Introduction of table soccerMelbourne City's first international was defender Aziz Behich who appeared for Australia on 14 November 2012, in a 21 win over South Korea in a friendly. Australian midfielders Tim Cahill and Aaron Mooy are Melbourne City's most-capped players, each appearing in thirteen games for the nation while contracted to Melbourne City. Jamie Maclaren is the club's top international goalscorer, netting four times for Australia during his tenure with Melbourne City to date.The majority of Melbourne City players that have received international caps are for Australia.Melbourne City have had a number of players who have represented their country in major international tournaments whilst at the club.FIFA World CupThe first fully-fledged Melbourne City player to be selected for a FIFA World Cup was Daniel Arzani, who represented Australia in 2018.Previously, a number of Melbourne City players had played at the World Cup immediately prior to joining the club. Michael Beauchamp had signed for the club prior to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and made one appearance for Australia at the tournament before joining Melbourne. Similarly, David Villa was announced as joining Melbourne on loan from New York City before representing Spain at the 2014 tournament.Continental tournamentsAaron Hughes was confirmed to be leaving Melbourne City in April 2016, and went on to represent Northern Ireland immediately afterwards at Euro 2016.------Premiership of table soccerPremiership (the state of being a premier) may refer to:The post of premier or prime minister, who is the head of government in many parliamentary systemsPremier League, England's highest-level football league competitionScottish Premiership, Scotland's highest level football league competitionThe Principality Premiership, Wales' highest-level domestic rugby union competition (but secondary to the multinational Pro14)Welsh Premier League, Wales' highest level football league competitionNIFL Premiership, the highest-level football league competition in Northern IrelandPremiership Rugby, known for sponsorship reasons as the Gallagher Premiership, England's highest-level rugby union competition. "Premiership Rugby" is also the name of the company that operates the league.NRL Premiership, Australasia's highest level rugby league competitionAFL Grand Final, in Australian rules football a title won during a particular yearThe Rugby League Premiership, a title that was available to English rugby league clubs from 1974 to 1997Premier Soccer Saturday, RTThe Mitre 10 Premiership, the top-tier competition within the Mitre 10 Cup in New Zealand rugby unionThe Premiership, ITV's flagship football programme from 2001-2004In the A-League of Australian soccer, the "premiership" is won by the team finishing first on the league table after the regular season------Legacy of table soccerPrague were the first Australian side to fully sponsor a tour by an overseas club., in 1964 guaranteeing Swiss champions FC Basel a sum of 1785 in an attempt to persuade Basel's then Czech coach, Georges Sobotka to accept a position at Prague. Although Sobotka went on to coach the Switzerland national football side, the tour was a success, turning over more than 5000 and paving the way for future overseas tours of Australia. The game ended in a 22 draw.In 1965, Chelsea F.C. manager and former Scotland international, Tommy Docherty was offered a guest stint with Prague in a friendly against VFB Stuttgart after taking the '64'65 League cup with Chelsea. Docherty, still a registered player at the time, accepted and was granted permission by Chelsea. Docherty was to return to Sydney in the early 1980s, as coach of Sydney Olympic and South Melbourne.The fixture was deemed a great success, with over 6,000 people cramming ES Marks Athletics Field for a high quality encounter, Stuttgart taking the tie 31. In an interesting turn of events, Stuttgart's coach at the time, Rudi Gutendorf returned to Australia four years later and took up a position coaching the national side during Australia's qualification bid for the 1978 World Cup.------International Champions Cup of table soccerThe 2015 International Champions Cup (or ICC) was a series of friendly association football tournaments. It was the first tournament played separately in Australia, China and the United States.The Australian edition of the tournament featured three teams played across three matches at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on July 18, 21 and 24. Real Madrid were the first club to announce their involvement. Manchester City and Roma were later confirmed to take part in the Australian tournament. The Chinese edition of the tournament featured Real Madrid, Milan and Inter Milan playing a total of three matches in Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Shanghai.Real Madrid won both the Australian and the Chinese competitions.The North American edition of the tournament featured 10 teams but some games were played in Mexico, Canada, Italy and England. Each team involved in the US edition played four games, except the three United States-based teams that only played two games. Select Major League Soccer (MLS) matches between the ICC competing teams counted towards the point total to allow MLS teams to have four games count on the table. 2014 International Champions Cup winners Manchester United were the first team to confirm their involvement in the US edition.------EyeToy: Play 2 of table soccerEyeToy: Play 2 is the second PlayStation 2 game in the EyeToy: Play series. It uses EyeToy camera technology to project the player on to the television screen, allowing them to interact with on screen objects. The game contains twelve new minigames, that allow for single or multiplayer modes. The game also introduces a tournament mode, that allows several players to compete in a series of minigames, earning points for each game won.The game also takes advantage of some EyeToy capabilities that the original did not, including being able to detect the speed and force of motion, and increased accuracy. This allows for more depth in games like Baseball, where points can be awarded for more forceful hitting of the ball. In addition, the game features SpyToy, enabling players to turn their EyeToy camera into a security system that will record anyone that passes by. It is possible to capture photos or record video, and record a message that will play on the television screen should anyone come within range. It also contains a demo of EyeToy: AntiGrav in which one races on a hover board.The game was released in November 2004 in Europe, North America on 16 August 2005 as a bundled package with the EyeToy camera and in June 2005 in Japan.------Rise To The NSL 1977 of table soccerThe club's claim to fame is as Victoria's (and Australia's) first national sporting club side. Mooroolbark enabled the National Soccer League to proceed, breaking the deadlock which was then in force between the budding National League and clubs from Victoria, whom the Victorian Soccer Federation had forbidden to join the competition. When Mooroolbark joined the NSL, officially as its first entrant, soon three other Victorian clubs, South Melbourne, Heidelberg United and Footscray JUST also joined, enabling the competition to go ahead.Mooroolbark's stay in the NSL however, was short-lived. Under manager and former player Brian Edgley, the club finished in last place and was demoted back to the Victorian Leagues, but not to the Victorian State League, which it had been a member of from 197476, but to the equivalent of a 3rd Division. As part of the requirements for all Victorian NSL clubs in 1977, they had to field a reserve side in the Victorian 2nd Division. Mooroolbark finished in a relegation spot and upon their return to Victorian competition the Victorian Soccer Federation saw fit that Mooroolbark should commence 1978 in the Victorian Metropolitan League 3rd Division (today's Victorian State League 3rd Division).------Mexico vs El Salvador: failed drug testers versus match fixers of table soccerOn June 5, 2011, Mexico defeated El Salvador, 50, in the first fixture for both teams.Three days later, on the eve of Mexico's second fixture against Cuba, the Mexican Football Federation removed five players from their squad due to substance abuse. These players included starting goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa, starting center back Francisco Rodrguez and the following reserves: Sinha, Christian Bermdez and dgar Dueas. The drug they tested positive for was clenbuterol, which is used in animals to produce lean meat. The supposition for the players being injected with this substance was from eating chicken that had traceable amounts of clenbuterol in it. Reports begin breaking on June 6 and were official on June 9. The "B" samples of those five involving players have been negative.Two years later, on September 20, 2013, the Salvadoran Football Federation banned 14 Salvadoran players for life due to their involvement with match fixing while playing with the El Salvador national team over the previous two years, including 8 players (Dennis Alas, Luis Anaya, captain Marvin Gonzlez, Reynaldo Hernndez, Miguel Montes, Dagoberto Portillo, Osael Romero, Ramn Snchez and Miguel Montes), from El Salvador's 5-0 loss to Mexico on June 5 at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.------International career of table soccerPahars broke into the Latvian national team at the start of 1996, and made his debut on 12 March 1996 in a 10 friendly defeat away to Cyprus. His first goal for his country came in his ninth match at home to Poland in a 32 defeat also in a friendly on 17 February 1997.On 2 September 2006, he returned to the Latvian national team for a match against Sweden. All in all, he played 75 times and scored 15 goals for Latvia.Despite Latvia not qualifying for the World Cup Finals they did have success in June 2001 when they beat Estonia and Lithuania, to lift the Baltic Cup, with Pahars scoring in both games. Pahars was then named Latvian Footballer of the Year for a third successive year in November 2001.During a spell of injuries, he managed to play in the closing minutes as Latvia claimed a place in the European Championships in 2004 with a 22 draw in Turkey on 19 November 2003.He again struggled for full fitness before scoring his first goal for Latvia in a 31 friendly win over Kazakhstan on 18 February his first international goal since May 2002.With so many injury problems over the season he was a substitute for all three of 2004 UEFA Latvia's Group matches at Euro 2004, although he did taste the championships by coming off the bench in all three games.
Introduction to Table Soccer | Managerial Career of Table Soccer
Managerial career of table soccerLewington became player-manager of Fulham after they were relegated to the Football League Third Division in July 1986. Lewington, still only 29, was the youngest manager in the Football League at the time. Fulham's budget was tight and they could only manage an 18th-place finish in Lewington's first season as manager. Off the field, the club was unstable after two takeovers in quick succession and the suggestion of a merger with their West London rivals Queens Park Rangers.The next two seasons showed no sign of an up-turn in fortune, but in 1989, Lewington guided the club to the play-offs, although they were unsuccessful in achieving promotion. The following season saw the club struggle against relegation once more. At the end of that season, Alan Dicks was brought in, with Lewington becoming his assistant.Lewington had spells as caretaker manager at Fulham in 1991 and 1994, before joining Crystal Palace as a coach, becoming assistant to Alan Smith as Palace were relegated from the Premiership. Brentford were taken over by former Palace owner Ron Noades in 1998, Brentford's "chairman-manager" brought in Lewington as a Coach. After Noades relinquished his team-selection duties in 2000, Lewington was appointed as manager of Brentford, taking them to a losing appearance in the Football League Trophy final in 2001 and guiding them to 14th in Division Two. He left at the end of the 200001 season to become Gianluca Vialli's reserve team manager at Watford: a difficult role, as Vialli never let any first-team players play for the reserve side.When Vialli was sacked in the summer 2002, Lewington was appointed manager. Like with Fulham 16 years earlier, Lewington assumed control of a club that had an extremely limited budget, with the club crippled from the collapse of ITV Digital and the high-spending of the Vialli era, which had failed to result in promotion to the Premier League. Despite this, Lewington guided the club to two middle table finishes and two cup semi-finals a 21 loss to Southampton in the FA Cup in 2003 and a 20 loss (over two legs) to Liverpool in the League Cup two seasons later. Just two months after the Liverpool game, Lewington was sacked, after a poor run of league form.In July 2005, Lewington returned to Fulham after ten years away, as reserve team manager, under manager Chris Coleman. By this time, Fulham were an established Premier League club with healthy finances. In December 2007, Lewington served a brief stint as caretaker manager after the departure of Lawrie Sanchez, managing the team for three games until Roy Hodgson was appointed full-time. He remained at Craven Cottage as part of the management team as assistant manager. He was replaced as assistant manager by Mark Bowen when Mark Hughes became manager and became the First Team Coach.On 17 October 2010, it was announced on the Fulham website that Lewington had been given the job of leading the club's Youth Development Program and that taking his position as first team coach would be Glyn Hodges.Mark Hughes resigned after the end of the 201011 season and his successor Martin Jol reinstated Lewington as First Team Coach in June 2011, alongside Jol's assistants Michael Lindeman and Cornelius Jol. Jol said: "We started off with him because he's probably a main figure here, at this club, he knows everything."On 4 May 2012, it was confirmed that Lewington would become England assistant manager alongside Roy Hodgson, who had just accepted the FA's offer to manage the England team, having previously managed West Bromwich Albion. On 27 June 2016 he resigned as part of the England coaching staff after the embarrassing defeat to Iceland in Euro 2016.On 12 September 2017, following the appointment of Roy Hodgson as manager of Crystal Palace FC, it was announced that Lewington would once again return to the club as assistant manager.------Summary of table soccerThe opening match of the tournament saw Scottish champions Rangers taking on French side Paris Saint-Germain. Rangers manager Walter Smith set his team up in a 4141 formation, with a four-man defence, Lee McCulloch in front of a four-man midfield and Kenny Miller playing as the lone striker. Paris Saint-Germain's first eleven included former Chelsea midfielder Claude Makll, who shielded their defence. Before kick-off, a minute's applause was held in tribute to former manager Sir Bobby Robson who died on 31 July. Neither Rangers or Paris Saint-Germain scored in the first half but the game was not incident free Miller's attempt on goal in the early minutes was wide, and he nearly capitalised on goalkeeper Grgory Coupet leaving his goal line moments later as his cross almost looped into the net. Mevlt Erdin had Paris Saint-Germain's best chance after 30 minutes, but failed to connect to Jean-Eudes Maurice's cross. The winning goal, scored by Rangers, came after the interval; from a corner, defender Madjid Bougherra rose highest and headed the ball past Coupet.Arsenal faced Atltico Madrid in the day's late kick-off. Midfielder Tom Rosick returned to the Arsenal team for the first time since January 2008 after a lengthy injury spell, while club captain Cesc Fbregas was named on the substitutes' bench. The side lined up in a 433 formation, which Wenger introduced earlier in pre-season to get the best out of his attacking players. Atltico meanwhile started former Manchester United striker Diego Forln up front, and former-Arsenal player Jos Antonio Reyes on the right-hand side of midfield. The visitors started well and almost made a perfect start when Reyes came close to scoring inside six minutes. Florent Sinama Pongolle and Forln steered their headers wide, but despite the chances Atltico created, Arsenal dictated much of the play in the first 45 minutes. The introduction of academy graduate Jack Wilshere in the second half added fluency to Arsenal's game; reporter Amy Lawrence noted his touches of the ball received "unabashed excitement from the Emirates crowd." Arsenal scored with four minutes of normal time remaining when substitute Andrey Arshavin volleyed in from Fbregas' cross. Germn Pacheco equalised for Atltico on the counter minutes later, but Arshavin in stoppage time scored again this time profiting from defensive error, to give Arsenal a 21 win.Atltico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain played each other on the second day; both clubs made a number of changes to their team from their first game. Sergio Agero, who started against Arsenal, gave Atltico the lead when he converted a penalty kick which was awarded after the forward was brought down by Albert Baning. Paris Saint-Germain played the remainder of the game with 10 men as Baning was sent off for his foul on Agero. Despite the man disadvantage, they equalised in the second half as a well-worked move forced goalkeeper Roberto Jimnez Gago out of his position; Ludovic Giuly scored an open goal. The match ended 11, keeping Arsenal at the top of the table. The hosts later beat Rangers 30, with Wilshere scoring twice. Arsenal manager Arsne Wenger lauded his performance over the two days, telling reporters: "When he starts to go past people in the final 20 yards you can always say there is something special." Wilshere's performance was watched by England manager Fabio Capello, but Wenger restrained talk of his involvement in the national side: "Lets be calm and quiet, the World Cup is next year. Lets first see how he improves and plays; how consistent he is."------Cup matches of table soccerFA CupCardiff entered the FA Cup in the first round, being drawn against First Division side Sunderland. The match was played at Roker Park with a crowd of 41,923 on 8 January 1921 with Cardiff causing an upset by winning 10 following a goal from George Beare. In a reversal of fortune in the following round, Cardiff were seen as favourites after being drawn against Third Division side Brighton & Hove Albion. However, Cardiff was unable to make their higher ranking count as they were held to a goalless draw at Brighton's Goldstone Ground. In the replay, a single goal from Cashmore was enough to see Cardiff through to the third round. A third consecutive away draw followed, with Cardiff defeating Third Division Southampton 10 at The Dell after a goal from Gill.The club's victory over Southampton meant that, for the first time in their history, Cardiff had reached the fourth round of the FA Cup. The team were drawn against First Division side Chelsea who would be playing their eighth match in the competition having been taken to two replays by both Reading and Plymouth Argyle in the first and third rounds respectively. Chelsea's difficulty in overcoming opponents in the previous rounds meant that the match was seen as a closer contest than the divisional gap suggested. A crowd of 50,000 attended the match at Stamford Bridge as Cardiff took an early lead through Cashmore's second goal in the competition. Cardiff proceeded to defend resolutely throughout the remainder of the match as their defensive line of Blair, Charlie Brittain and Keenor received significant praise in match reports, and held their lead for the remainder of the game.Cardiff's victory over Chelsea saw them become the first Welsh side ever to reach the semi-final stage in the competition's history. The draw for the semi-final saw Cardiff paired with fellow Second Division side Wolverhampton Wanderers. As semi-final ties are traditionally held at a neutral venue, the match was moved to Anfield, the home ground of Liverpool, on 19 March. The match also became notable as the first football game ever attended by King George V and Queen Mary. Their only daughter, Princess Mary, was also present at the match. The game was described as a defensive affair with "less than half-a-dozen" shots taken throughout the game and ended in a goalless draw necessitating a replay. This was blamed largely on the heavy rain that fell throughout the day resulting in the pitch becoming greasy before badly cutting up as the game wore on. Wolves were adjudged to have been the stronger of the two sides with Evans being named as Cardiff's most impressive attacking player, although the side's defence was praised after recording their seventh consecutive clean sheet in the competition. 42,000 fans attended the fixture resulting in 3,500 of receipts in one of the highest gates the club drew during the season.The reply was held at Old Trafford, the home ground of Manchester United, four days later. Cardiff's defence had not conceded a goal in the competition to this point but was breached after just 12 minutes and Wolves added a second goal before half-time. Cardiff pulled one goal back when they were awarded a penalty for handball which was converted by Keenor and this led to a brief upsurge in performance as the side looked for an equaliser. However, a number of long shots were defended by Wolves who added a third goal soon after as the match finished 31. 45,000 spectators had attended the replay yielding gate receipts of 4,270. Wolves went on to lose the final 21 against First Division side Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge.Match resultsKeyResultsWelsh CupCardiff entered the competition as reigning holders having won the trophy for the second time in their history in April 1920 after defeating Wrexham 20. The side's first match was in the third round where they were drawn against Pontypridd. The match however was scheduled for 15 January 1921, the same day as Cardiff were due to play Bristol City in the Second Division. Both matches went ahead on the same date with the first team playing in the league and a team made up of reserve and fringe players travelling to Pontypridd. The weakened side suffered a 21 defeat with Cardiff's goal being scored by Len Davies.Match resultsKeyResults
Knowledge About Table Soccer: Knockout Stage of Performance
Knockout stage of performanceSemi-finalsIn the first semi-final, at Old Trafford on 22 June, England won the toss and elected to bat. The English batsmen mistimed many balls and used the bat's edge frequently, as the restrictive Indian bowling led England to score 213 (all out, 60 overs). Graeme Fowler (33 from 59 balls, 3 fours) top scored, and Kapil Dev took 3 for 35 in eleven overs, with Mohinder Amarnath and Roger Binny taking two wickets each. In reply, Yashpal Sharma (61 from 115 balls, 3 fours, 2 sixes) and Sandeep Patil (51 from 32 balls, 8 fours) made half-centuries, as India reached their target in 54.4 overs, winning by 6 wickets in a classic victory over the previous tournament's runners-up. Mohinder Amarnath (46 from 92 balls, 4 fours, 1 six) picked up the man-of-the-match award for his all round performance, which saw him add 46 runs to his earlier bowling success (2/27 in 12 overs).The second semi-final, between Pakistan and the West Indies, was staged at The Oval on the same day. West Indies won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat, whom they restricted to just 184 (8 wickets, 60 overs). Mohsin Khan (70 from 176 balls, 1 four) fought his way past 50 against the superb West Indies Bowling (he was the only Pakistani batsman to reach 50). Malcolm Marshall (3/28) and Andy Roberts (2/25) starred with the ball. The West Indies innings was based around a superb innings by Viv Richards (80 from 96 balls, 11 fours, 1 six), who took the man-of-the-match award, and an unbeaten half-century by Larry Gomes (50 from 100 balls, 3 fours), as the defending champions reached their target for the loss of just two wickets.FinalIn the final, India lost the toss and were asked to bat first against a West Indies. Only Krishnamachari Srikkanth (38 from 57 balls) and Mohinder Amarnath (26 from 80 balls) put up any significant resistance as Roberts, Marshall, Joel Garner and Michael Holding ripped through the Indian batsmen, ably supported by Gomes. Surprising resistance by the tail allowed India to compile 183 (all out, 54.4 overs). The Indian bowling exploited the weather and pitch conditions perfectly to bowl out the West Indies for 140 from 52 overs, winning by 43 runs and completing one of the most stunning upsets in cricket history. It still remains the lowest ever total successfully defended in a World Cup final. Amarnath and Madan Lal each took three wickets. Viv Richards, was West Indies' top scorer with 33 from 28 balls. Amarnath was the most economical bowler, conceding just 12 runs from his seven overs, while taking 3 wickets, and was once again awarded the Man of the Match award for his all-round performance. There was no 'Man of the Series' awarded in 1983.------Structure of performanceThe piece is divided into nine sections played with only three definite pauses. Strauss named the sections after selected chapters of Friedrich Nietzsche's novel Thus Spoke Zarathustra:"Einleitung, oder Sonnenaufgang" (Introduction, or Sunrise)"Von den Hinterweltlern" (Of the Backworldsmen)"Von der groen Sehnsucht" (Of the Great Longing)"Von den Freuden und Leidenschaften" (Of Joys and Passions)"Das Grablied" (The Song of the Grave)"Von der Wissenschaft" (Of Science and Learning)"Der Genesende" (The Convalescent)"Das Tanzlied" (The Dance Song)"Nachtwandlerlied" (Song of the Night Wanderer)These selected chapters from Nietzsche's novel highlight major moments of the character Zarathustra's philosophical journey in the novel. The general storylines and ideas in these chapters were the inspiration used to build the tone poem's structure.The piece starts with a sustained double low C on the double basses, contrabassoon and organ. This transforms into the brass fanfare of the Introduction and introduces the "dawn" motif (from "Zarathustra's Prologue", the text of which is included in the printed score) that is common throughout the work: the motif includes three notes, in intervals of a fifth and octave, as CGC (known also as the Nature-motif). On its first appearance, the motif is a part of the first five notes of the natural overtone series: octave, octave and fifth, two octaves, two octaves and major third (played as part of a C major chord with the third doubled). The major third is immediately changed to a minor third, which is the first note played in the work (E flat) that is not part of the overtone series."Of the Backworldsmen" begins with cellos, double-basses and organ pedal before changing into a lyrical passage for the entire section. The next two sections, "Of the Great Longing" and "Of Joys and Passions", both introduce motifs that are more chromatic in nature.The strings prevail in "The Song of the Grave", which acts like a transition section to the next section."Of Science" features an unusual fugue beginning at measure 201 in the double-basses and cellos, which consists of all twelve notes of the chromatic scale. Measure 223 contains one of the very few sections in the orchestral literature where the basses must play a contra B (the lowest B on a piano), which is only possible on a 5-string bass or (less frequently) on a 4-string bass with a low-B extension."The Convalescent" acts as a reprise of the original motif, and ends with the entire orchestra climaxing on a massive chord."The Dance Song" features a very prominent violin solo throughout the section.The end of the "Song of the Night Wanderer" leaves the piece half resolved, with high flutes, piccolos and violins playing a B major chord, while the lower strings pluck a C.One of the major compositional themes of the piece is the contrast between the keys of B major, representing humanity, and C major, representing the universe. Because B and C are adjacent notes, these keys are tonally dissimilar: B major uses five sharps, while C major has none.------Background of performanceMadonna's first concert tour, The Virgin Tour, promoted her first two studio albums, Madonna and Like a Virgin. The tour was a commercial success, with Billboard Boxscore reporting a gross of US $3.3million. After the tour was over, Madonna started recording her third studio album, True Blue. Film director Daniel Kleinman, who presided over the shooting of the tour on video, submitted the footage to Warner Bros. Records, who decided to release it as a video album. Madonna Live: The Virgin Tour chronicled The Virgin Tour as shot at Cobo Arena in Detroit, Michigan on May 25, 1985.Madonna, who was busy with True Blue and shooting for the comedy film Shanghai Surprise, was contacted by Kleinman to ask about her approval of the shot footage. She felt that the video "needed a proper introduction. I asked James Foley darling to shoot me saying something for adding it before the concert starts." Foley, who directed the music video of her song "Live to Tell", shot an introduction which was added at the beginning of the video. It portrayed Madonna in her first image makeover, with platinum blond curls, and conservative wardrobe. Madonna wanted to include a summation of her biographywhich was used at the beginning of The Virgin Tourto be added with the footage. Hence, with the footage, Madonna's voice was heard, declaring,"I went to New York. I had a dream. I wanted to be a big star, I didn't know anybody, I wanted to dance, I wanted to sing, I wanted to do all those things, I wanted to make people happy, I wanted to be famous, I wanted everybody to love me. I wanted to be a star. I worked really hard, and my dream came true."This was followed by the concert, beginning with "Dress You Up". The performances of "Angel", "Borderline" and "Burning Up" were removed from the track list of the video, as Kleinman believed that Madonna's performance was not her best in them. While shooting the tour on May 25, during the performance of "Like a Virgin", a fan suddenly came up on the stage and tried to get hold of Madonna, but was swiftly whisked away by security. Kleinman decided to keep the shot, as he felt that it illustrated the fanaticism which had grown around Madonna, and her popularity. The live performances of "Like a Virgin" and "Dress You Up" were released as music video on MTV to promote the video album. Both videos were nominated for "Best Choreography" at the 1986 MTV Video Music Awards. However, Madonna lost the award to Prince and The Revolution with their video "Raspberry Beret."------Team performance of table soccerThe 1978 league saw a return of the traditional top-of-the-table rivalry between Trans Tours Christchurch United and Mount Wellington, with the Christchurch side narrowly finishing top. The Mount led the league for long periods of the season, but this was largely due to Christchurch having played less games. The outstanding matches saw results go in the southerners' favour, and they became the first side to record a third league title. Nelson United were the Mount's bogey team again, holding on for a draw in the last game of the season to leave the Aucklanders in second place. They had previously upset the odds by beating Mount Wellington in the 1977 Chatham Cup final.Both Blockhouse Bay and Eastern Suburbs greatly improved on their 1977 league performance to finish in the top four. In the case of Suburbs this was largely through the importation of English players Bryn Gunn and Steve Elliot from Nottingham Forest. Elliot made the most of his stint with Suburbs, scoring 17 times in just 12 matches.Newly promoted Courier Rangers from Otahuhu in Auckland finished fifth, followed by North Shore United. Rangers played excellently at home, but had difficulty finding the net away, leaving them with a mid-table finish. Loss of squad members from the previous season weighed against Shore, who were unable to mount any substantial bid to retain their title. Nelson United finished seventh for the second year in a row, hampered by a seeming inability to score goals. Stop Out trailed them in eighth, largely a result of a dreadful away season which saw them win just one from eleven games on the road.Just two years after being crowned champions, Wellington Diamond United only narrowly avoided the drop. A poor run of two wins in their final twelve games was a substantial indication of their peril. Hamilton returned to the regional leagues, despite having the league's top scorer, and they were joined in relegation by newly promoted Waterside and Woolston WMC. The Wharfies seemed to make a habit of losing matches where they seemed comfortably in control, losing six matches they had led and missing several penalties during the season. Woolston were outclassed throughout the season and never looked likely to avoid the drop.
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An overview of table soccerCharlie Spargo (born 25 November 1999) is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). A small forward, 1.73 metres (5ft 8in) tall and weighing 71 kilograms (157lb), Spargo plays primarily as a forward, but also has the ability to play in the midfield. He has strong family connections in Australian football, whereby he is a fourth generation VFL/AFL player, with his great-grandfather, grandfather, great uncle and father all playing in the VFL/AFL.He was recognised as a talented footballer at a young age, being a part of the Greater Western Sydney Academy from twelve years of age. He also played as a bottom-aged player in the TAC Cup and in the Albury seniors at sixteen years of age. Further achievements as a junior included the Alan McLean Medal as the best player in division two of the under 16 championships, two-time selection in the AFL Academy and two-time selection for the Allies in the under 18 championships. Heading into his draft year, he was touted as a first-round draft selection, however, a season-ending shoulder injury saw him fall to the second round of the 2017 AFL draft when he was recruited by Melbourne. He made his AFL debut in round six of the 2018 AFL season.Early life of table soccerSpargo was born to Kate and Paul Spargo on 25 November 1999 in Albury, New South Wales. Recognised as a talented footballer from a young age, Spargo was a part of the Greater Western Sydney Academy from twelve years of age. He attended Melbourne Grammar School from 2015 on a scholarship for grades ten to twelve. There, he nearly went down a pathway of soccer after scoring 7 goals in the annual School House vs Perry House match. At the end of 2015, Spargo earned selection in the AFL Academy due to his performances in the under-16 championships playing with the NSW/ACT Rams where he won the Alan McLean Medal as the best player in division two. While he was in year 11 in 2016, he played football with the Albury Football Club seniors team in the Ovens & Murray Football League at sixteen years of age and Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup as a bottom-aged player. In April, he played two games with the UWS Giants in the North East Australian Football League averaging seventeen disposals as part of the GWS Academy.Despite being a bottom-aged player, Spargo was selected in the NSW/ACT Rams team in division two of the 2016 AFL Under 18 Championships with NSW/ACT talent manager, Darren Denneman, stating "[Spargo's] a player who uses the ball well and probably has one of the best footy brains in terms of understanding the game and knowing how to play it". His performances with the NSW/ACT Rams saw him earn selection in the Allies team in division one of the championships, whereby division one matches started a month after division two. Playing with the Murray Bushrangers, the team made it to the grand final in which the Bushrangers lost by seventeen points; Spargo recorded twenty-four disposals and was named the Bushrangers' best player by AFL Media journalist, Callum Twomey. At the end of the season, he played in the under-17s all stars match and was named in Team Judd's best players by AFL Media after recording sixteen disposals and a goal. His performances throughout the year saw him earn selection in the AFL Academy for the second consecutive year.Heading into his final junior year, Spargo was touted as a first-round draft pick for the 2017 AFL draft. In March 2017, the AFL announced the Riverina would no longer be a part of the GWS Academy zone, meaning GWS would no longer have priority access to drafting Spargo in the 2017 draft. Despite the GWS Academy zone announcement, he played in an exhibition match for the GWS Academy against the Sydney Swans Academy a week after GWS lost access to Spargo, in the match he recorded a game-high twenty-five disposals along with six tackles, five inside 50s and a goal, and was named GWS' second best player by AFL Media's Giulio Di Giorgio. Playing school football for the first half of the year, he was selected to play for the Allies for the second consecutive year in the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships. In his first match for the Allies, he dislocated his shoulder and was forced to miss the remainder of the season. He was listed with the Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup for the season but did not play a game due to GWS Academy commitments and injury.Family of table soccerHe is a fourth generation VFL/AFL footballer, whereby his father, Paul Spargo, played 81 games for North Melbourne and nine for the Brisbane Bears, his grandfather, Bob Spargo, played 80 matches for Footscray, his great uncle, Ricky Spargo, played 64 matches for Footscray, and his great-grandfather, Bob Spargo Sr., played 65 games for Footscray and two for Melbourne.
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League table of table soccerFor the 200506 season Eintracht Braunschweig, SC Paderborn 07, Kickers Offenbach and Sportfreunde Siegen were newly promoted to the 2. Bundesliga from the Regionalliga while VfL Bochum, F.C. Hansa Rostock and SC Freiburg had been relegated to the league from the Bundesliga..------Alumni of table soccerMassimo Bertocchi, decathlete who competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics placing 19th.Melanie Fiona, a musician who has won two Grammy AwardsAshley Moreira, international soccer player who played for the Pittsburgh Panthers.------Clubs of table soccerAjax Cape TownAmaZuluBidvest WitsBloemfontein CelticFree State StarsGolden ArrowsJomo CosmosKaizer ChiefsMamelodi SundownsMaritzburg UnitedMoroka SwallowsMpumalanga Black AcesOrlando PiratesPlatinum StarsSantosSupersport United------Transfers of table soccerInTransferred inDraft picksFC Edmonton selected the following players in the 2018 CPLU Sports Draft on November 12, 2018. Draft picks are not automatically signed to the team roster. Only those who are signed to a contract will be listed as transfers in.Out------Stadiums and locationsInvierno 2001 of table soccerGroup league tablesGroup 1Group 2Group 3Group 4General league tableResultsReclassification seriesFirst legSecond legLiguilla(t.p.) The team was classified by its best position in the general tableQuarter-finalsFirst legSecond legSemi-finalsFirst legSecond legFinalFirst legSecond legTop scorers------Jimmy Robertson (footballer, born 1944) of table soccerJames Gillen Robertson (born 17 December 1944) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a winger. Robertson featured with clubs Cowdenbeath, St Mirren, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Ipswich Town, Stoke City, Seattle Sounders, Walsall and Crewe Alexandra.------Natalia Shlyapina of table soccerNatalia Shlyapina (ne Mokshanova; born 13 July 1983) is a former Russian football forward, who played for Rossiyanka in the Russian Championship. Before signing for Rossiyanka in 2005 she was a mini football and futsal player.She is a member of the Russian national team.------Sons and daughters of the city of table soccerBefore 1900Franz Michael Leuchsenring (1746-1827), author20th centuryHorst Schtz (born 1951), cyclistIngrid Persohn (born 1952), cyclist and three-time German championNadine Hrdter (born 1981), handball playerManuel Hornig (born 1982), soccer playerPascal Ackermann (born 1994), cyclistPetrissa Solja (born 1994), table tennis player------Yugoslav Cup of table soccerThe 195657 Yugoslav Cup was the 10th season of the top football knockout competition in SFR Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Cup (Serbo-Croatian: Kup Jugoslavije), also known as the "Marshal Tito Cup" (Kup Marala Tita), since its establishment in 1946------Teams of table soccerThe following teams have entered this season, in the following divisions (12 in Division A, 15 in Division B).The numbers in parentheses show the European ranking of each team prior to the start of the season, out of 36 nations.Division ADivision B------Record PlayersTop GoalscorersAwards and Records of table soccerTeam AwardsChampions 1x (1963)Second Place 1x (1997)Individual AwardsMVP 1963: Ramiro BlacutTeam RecordsVictory with highest amount of goals conceded (54 vs Brazil, 31 March 1963. Tied with Brazil 64 Chile in 1937).Highest draw (44 vs Ecuador, 10 March 1963)------Accrington F.C. season of table soccerThe 188889 season was Accrington's first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this Accrington became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 7th position level on points with Everton.------Campeonato Brasileiro Srie B of table soccerQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinalUberlndia declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Srie B champions by aggregate score of 1-0.PromotionThe champion and the runner-up, which are Uberlndia and Remo, were promoted to the following year's first level.------Romario Ibarra of table soccerRomario Andrs Ibarra Mina (born 24 September 1994), is an Ecuadorian professional football player who plays for Liga MX club Pachuca and the Ecuador national team. He is the younger brother of Ecuadorian footballer Renato Ibarra------Atltico Petrleos de Luanda season of table soccerThe 2017 season of Atltico Petrleos de Luanda is the club's 36th season in the Girabola, the Angolan Premier football League and 36th consecutive season in the top flight of Angolan football. In 2017, the club participated in the Girabola and the Angola Cup------Carl Humphries of table soccerCarl Humphries is an Irish former association football player who played as a forward. In 2001, the Irish Independent newspaper declared Humphries to be "one of the greatest-ever" to play in the League of Ireland.------Ratican's of table soccerRaticans was a U.S. soccer team established by Harry Ratican in 1924 in St. Louis, Missouri. It spent three seasons in the St. Louis Soccer League before becoming Tablers in 1927------League tables of table soccerAt end of regular seasonRanking & tie-breaking criteria: Division A 1. Points earned 2. Goal difference 3. Goals scored | Division B 1. Highest group placement 2. Points earned 3. Goal difference 4. Goals scored 5. Results against 4th place team------Appearances in UEFA competitions of table soccerAs of 5 August 2020Legend:GF Goals For. GA Goals Against. GD Goal Difference.EC European Cup; UCL UEFA Champions League; UC UEFA Cup; UEL UEFA Europa League; CWC UEFA Cup Winners' Cup; UIC UEFA Intertoto Cup.------Track listings of table soccerUK CD1"Always Where I Need to Be""Always Where I Need to Be" (video)CD2"Always Where I Need to Be" (Jason M Extended Club Remix)"Walk Away""Always Free"7" Vinyl"Always Where I Need to Be""Mrs. Thompson"------Year-by-yearHonours of table soccerSurrey UnitedSee also external links.Sheila Anderson Memorial (Challenge) CupWinners (1): 2001J. F. Kennedy TrophyWinners (1):1999Vancouver FirefightersCanadian Challenge Trophy:Winners (4): 1965, 1973, 1983, 1990Runners-up (1): 1961J.F. Kennedy Trophy:Winner (1): 1962Surrey United FirefightersCanadian Challenge Trophy:Runners-up (1): 2013------Yugoslav Cup of table soccerThe 195960 Yugoslav Cup was the 13th season of the top football knockout competition in SFR Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Cup (Serbo-Croatian: Kup Jugoslavije), also known as the "Marshal Tito Cup" (Kup Marala Tita), since its establishment in 1946------Medal table of table soccermw-parser-output .legendpage-break-inside:avoid;break-inside:avoid-column.mw-parser-output .legend-colordisplay:inline-block;width:1.5em;height:1.5em;margin:1px 0;text-align:center;border:1px solid black;background-color:transparent;color:black;font-size:100%.mw-parser-output .legend-textfont-size:95%The host country is highlighted in lavender blue------National Cup winners of table soccerAustralia Cup3^ No national competition established until 1977.NSL Cup4^ These season's competitions were exclusive to NSL Clubs only.5^ In 2016 the FFA confirmed Brisbane Roar assumed all of the Brisbane Lions FC's NSL history and were therefore credited the 1981 NSL Cup honour.FFA Cup------Senegal at the 2019 African Beach Games of table soccerSenegal competed at the inaugural African Beach Games in Sal, Cape Verde from 14 to 23 June 2019. In total athletes representing Senegal won one gold medal and the country finished in 9th place in the medal table.------Arts and literature of table soccerSee 1932 in art, 1932 in literature, Category:1932 booksMusicSee: 1932 in musicRadioSee: Public broadcasting in New ZealandFilmSee: Category:1932 film awards, 1932 in film, List of New Zealand feature films, Cinema of New Zealand, Category:1932 films------Language and religion of table soccerYemeni Americans speak both English and Arabic. They speak many different dialects of Arabic, including: Sanaani or Northern Yemeni dialect, Ta'izzi-Adeni or Southern Yemeni dialect, Hadrami dialect, Mehri dialect, and Judeo-Yemeni dialect. Most of them are Muslim.------Overview of table soccerThe league was contested by 48 teams in 3 divisions with C.S. Martimo, Varzim S.C. and G.C. Alcobaa winning the respective divisional competitions and gaining promotion to the Primeira Liga. The overall championship was won by C.S. Martimo.------Campeonato Brasileiro Srie C of table soccerQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinalAtltico Goianiense declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Srie C champions by aggregate score of 0-0.PromotionThe four quarterfinal winners, which are Atltico Goianiense, Amrica-MG, Paran and Amrica-RN, were promoted to the following year's second level.------Sports of table soccerThe 2017 Games featured 9 sports and introduced 3 new sports, Beach Soccer, Judo and Beach Volleyball whilst dropping Archery, Lawn Bowls, Weightlifting, and Squash. Cycling will also make a return during these Games------Express FC of table soccerExpress Football Club, abbreviated as Express, is a Ugandan football club from Kampala, the largest city and capital of Uganda. The club play their home games at the Muteesa II Wankulukuku Stadium.------Jack Chanda of table soccerJack Mwinuna Chanda (16 June 1958 20 April 1993) was a Zambian footballer and coach. He played for three of Zambias biggest clubs Roan United, Nkana Red Devils and Kabwe Warriors in a successful career that saw him being crowned as Zambian Footballer of the Year in 1985------Blackburn Rovers F.C. season of table soccerThe 188889 season was Blackburn Rovers's first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this they became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 4th position with 26 points.------Algerian Championnat National of table soccerThe 19651966 Algerian Championnat National was the fourth season of the Algerian Championnat National since its establishment in 1962. A total of 16 teams contested the league, with CR Belcourt as the defending champions------National First Division of table soccerThe 201819 National First Division was the season from August 2018 to May 2019 of South Africa's second tier of professional soccer, the National First Division. Stellenbosch FC were crowned champions on the final day, following a 00 draw with Maccabi FC------Ion Oblemenco of table soccerIon Oblemenco (13 May 1945 1 September 1996) was a Romanian football striker who spent the majority of his career playing for Universitatea Craiova. He is the club's all-time top goalscorer with a total of 167 goals, and the club's stadium is named in his honour.------Easton Rangers of table soccerEaston Rangers is a Sierra Leonean football club based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is currently a member of the Sierra Leone National First Division, the second highest football league in Sierra Leone.------Jason Holmes of table soccerJason Holmes (born October 28, 1989) is a former professional American-born Australian rules footballer who played for the St Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was the first born and raised American to ever play AFL------Orchomenos F.C. of table soccerA.E. Orchomenos (Greek: .. ) is a Greek football club, based on Orchomenos, Beotia. It was founded in 1945.The club spent five seasons in the Greek Second Division between 1965 and 1972. Currently it plays in the First Division of the local Boeotia championships.------Cypriot First Division (women) of table soccerThe 201415 Cypriot First Division (women) was the 17th season of women's league football under the Cyprus Football Association.The league was won by Apollon Limassol, its seventh consecutive title. By winning, Apollon qualified to 201516 UEFA Women's Champions League.------Cape Verde at the 2019 African Beach Games of table soccerCape Verde competed at the inaugural African Beach Games in Sal, Cape Verde from 14 to 23 June 2019. In total athletes representing Cape Verde won three gold medals, two silver medals and five bronze medals. The country finished in 4th place in the medal table..------Honours of table soccerAs a playerBayer LeverkusenDFB-Pokal: 199293Borussia MnchengladbachDFB-Pokal: 199495Borussia DortmundBundesliga: 199596, 200102UEFA Champions League: 199697Intercontinental Cup: 1997UEFA Super Cup: Runner-up 1997UEFA Cup: Runner-up 2002IndividualBundesliga Topscorer: 1995 (joint with Mario Basler)As a coachGermanyFIFA Under-17 World Cup: Third place 2007IndividualBest Under 17 Coach: 2008------Season summary of table soccerDespite winning the title to stop Rangers bid for 10 league championships in a row, as well as winning the Scottish League Cup, manager Wim Jansen resigned at the end of the season, to be replaced by Jozef Venglo------Final league tables and results of table soccerThe tables below are reproduced here in the exact form that they can be found at The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation website, with home and away statistics separated. Play-off results are from the same website.------Brazil at the 2019 World Beach Games of table soccerBrazil competed at the inaugural World Beach Games in Doha, Qatar from 12 to 16 October 2019. In total athletes representing Brazil won five gold medals, four silver medals and three bronze medals. The country finished in 2nd place in the medal table..------Valencia CF season of table soccerThe 201112 season was Valencia Club de Ftbol's 94th in existence and the club's 25th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. The season was the fourth season of Unai Emery in front of team------Svemir ori of table soccerSvemir ori (Serbian Cyrillic: ; also transliterated Djordji; born May 16, 1948) is a former Yugoslav footballer. With Partizan he won the National Championship in 197576.He was the leading goalscorer for FC Monthey during the Nationalliga B 198182 season.------Changes from 201011 of table soccerThe Brothers will be relegated to the Eerste Klasse.Notch was promoted to the Hoofdklasse as Eerste Klasse champions.Voorwaarts defeated Takdier Boys in the promotion-relegation playoff by a 62 aggregate score, allowing the club to remain in the top flight of Surinamese football.------IncumbentsEvents of table soccerPresident: Maximiliano Hernndez MartnezVice President: VacantDecemberDecember 8 - El Salvador declared war on the Axis Powers in World War II following the Bombing of Pearl Harbor and joined the Allied Powers.UndatedEspaa F.C., a Salvadoran soccer team, was disestablished.------NK Pomurje of table soccerenski nogometni klub Pomurje (English: Women's Football Club Pomurje) or simply NK Pomurje (English: WFC Pomurje) is a Slovenian women's football club from the town of Beltinci, currently playing in the 1. SNL, the top division of Slovenian women's football------Gameplay of table soccerVictory is a driving themed game. The goal is to get the ball into all seven targets (or as the game refers to them as checkpoints) and to then finish the race by making the ball go through the checkered spinner------In fiction of table soccerDr Jochen Sommer, the fictional editor answering readers' questions (agony uncle) of the German youth magazine BravoThe Story of Mr Sommer, a German novelSommer (TV series), a Danish TV-drama aired on DR1 in 2008Bobbi "Blade" Sommer, a character from Batman Beyond
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Stage 3 (Moscow, 2022 July) of table soccerMatches are listed as local time in Moscow, MSK (UTC3).All matches took place at Yantar Beach Soccer Stadium in the district of Strogino, with a capacity of 2,500.This was the eighth time Moscow hosted an EBSL event, drawing level with Marseille as the cities to host the most events in the league's history.During this round, Kazakhstan won an EBSL stage title for the first time (in either division).AwardsThe following were presented after the conclusion of the final day's matches. Individual awards apply to Division A only.------W-League of table soccerThe 201213 W-League season was the fifth season of the W-League, the Australian national women's football (soccer) competition. The season consisted of twelve matchdays followed by a finals series.This season saw the addition of a new team, the Western Sydney Wanderers, to the W-League (paralleling the club also fielding new teams in the A-League and Youth League) bringing the competition back up to eight teams. This means each matchday involved all eight teams, resulting in the regular season increasing from ten games to twelve for each team.------Origin of table soccerThe college was the brainchild of a group of women graduates of the University of Adelaide, notably Violet Plummer, Helen Mayo, Constance Finlayson, and Pauline Grenfell Price, who in the 1930s saw the need for an equivalent of the residential St Mark's College to accommodate female students from the country and interstate. They approached Sidney Wilcox (18661942) of the woolbroking firm Wilcox, Mofflin, who donated 5000 and bequeathed his house on Brougham Place, North Adelaide, to the University for such a facility. St. Ann's College was officially opened with sixteen residential students in 1947, much of the delay being attributable to the War..------Final table of table soccerGroup A: Originally deducted 12 points for not participating the Cup and then later withdrew from the competition all together just before the start of competition. They were automatically relegated by the Lebanese Football Federation once they withdrew from the league.Group B:Homenmen Beirut 3 points deducted as required by FIFA because of failure to pay Armenian player Ghakik Simoyan.: Originally deducted 12 points for not participating the Cup and then later withdrew from the competition all together just before the start of competition. They were automatically relegated by the Lebanese Football Federation once they withdrew from the league.------FFSA Super League of table soccerThe FFSA Super League was the highest state-level soccer competition in South Australia between 2006 and 2012. Prior to the 2006 season, the highest level competition in South Australia was the SASF Premier League. Due to the manifestation of a new governing body, Football Federation Australia the SASF ceased operations. Nationally, it was one grade lower than the A-League. It was conducted by the Football Federation of South Australia (FFSA), the state's governing body. Each season the bottom two Super League clubs were relegated to the FFSA Premier League. The final champions in 2012 where the Adelaide Blue Eagles.------Venues of table soccerList of venues as follows:Atto Beaver Park: Beach volleyballBishop's University: Basketball, SoccerCegep de Sherbrooke - Centre de l'activit physique: Fencing, WrestlingCentre rcratif de Rock Forest: TennisSherbrooke: CyclingLac des Nations: Canoe-KayakLac Magog: Rowing, SailingLac Memphrmagog: Open Water SwimmingMilby Golf Club: GolfMont Bellevue: Mountain BikePalais des Sports: BasketballParc Bureau: SoftballParc Desranleau: SoftballParc de l'Est: BaseballStade Julien Morin: BaseballParc Sylvie-Daigle: SoccerStade Amde-Roy: BaseballUniversit de Sherbrooke: Athletics, Diving, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball------Kerala Premier League of table soccerThe 201415 Kerala Premier League Season was the second season of the Kerala Premier League, a professional football league played in Kerala since 201314. The Season included a Women's Edition for the first time. The season features eight teams. The season kicked off on 2 May and ended on 7 May, while the semi-finals began on 9 May, which will conclude with the final match on 11 May. The final was played between State Bank of Travancore and Kerala Police on 11 May 2015. State Bank of Travancore were crowned as champions defeating Kerala Police 51 in the final. Wayanad FC emerged as the winners of the Women's Edition.------Structure of table soccerIt featured the best eight teams of Kerala affiliated to the KFA competing for the Trophy. The league was played in a two single format where the teams were divided into two groups of four teams each. Matches were played in Wayanad. Top two teams from each group qualified for the semifinals. Three points were awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. At the end of the season a table of the final League standings was determined, based on the following criteria in this order: points obtained, goal difference, and goals scored------Philippine Football Federation competitions of table soccerMen'sNational championshipVarious tournaments and leagues have been directly organized by the Philippine Football Federation, such as the National Men's Open Championship, the Philippine Football League (P-League), the Manila Premier Football League (MPFL), and the Filipino Premier League, among others. These leagues were often short-lived, and thus do not have a champions list readily available. The champions of these tournaments are lumped together in the following tables as "national champions".Philippine Football League (P-League)First attemptRelaunchRelaunched as the "P-League" in 1998.Manila Premier Football LeagueFilipino Premier LeagueMen's National Club Championship (201115)Philippines Football League (2017)Women'sWomen's League (2016)------Forsbacka IK of table soccerForsbacka IK is a sports club in Forsbacka, Sweden, established in 1918. The club plays bandy, floorball, handball and soccer. The men's bandy team, popular known as the "Yellow Peril" (Swedish: Gula faran), has played 16 seasons in the Swedish top division. between 1940 and 19671968. Being described as a typical "yo-yo" club, the men's bandy team was often being promoted and relegated between the top division and second division for almost 30 years.The men's soccer team has played nine seasons in the Swedish third division.The floorball section was started in 1991.------Dresdner SC of table soccerDresdner Sportclub 1898 e.V., known simply as Dresdner SC, is a German multisport club playing in Dresden, Saxony. Founded on 30 April 1898, the club was a founding member of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund or German Football Association) in 1900. The origins of the club go back still further to the predecessor side Dresden English Football Club formed in 1874 by expatriate Englishmen as Germany's first football club and possibly the earliest in continental Europe: Dresdener SC was organized by one-time German members of the EFC..------Background of table soccerSC Mda currently plays in the Terceira Diviso Srie B which is the fourth tier of Portuguese football. The club was founded in 1946 and they play their home matches at the Estdio Dr. Augusto Csar de Carvalho in Mda. The stadium is able to accommodate 3,000 spectators.The club is affiliated to Associao de Futebol da Guarda and has competed in the AF Guarda Taa. The club has also entered the national cup competition known as Taa de Portugal on a few occasions.------Distillery F.C. (Dublin) of table soccerDistillery Football Club was an Irish association football club originally based on Distillery Road in Drumcondra, Dublin. The club was active during the 1930s and 1940s, fielding teams in both the Leinster Senior League and the Athletic Union League. They also competed in the FAI Cup, the FAI Intermediate Cup, the FAI Junior Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup, winning the three latter trophies. Despite their successes at intermediate and junior level, unlike their contemporaries Sligo Rovers and St Patrick's Athletic, Distillery never joined the League of Ireland------Deutsche Eishockey Liga of table soccerThe Deutsche Eishockey Liga (for sponsorship reasons called "PENNY Deutsche Eishockey Liga") (German pronunciation: dt ashki lia; English: German Ice Hockey League) or DEL, is a German professional ice hockey league that was founded in 1994. It was formed as a replacement for the Eishockey-Bundesliga and became the new top-tier league in Germany as a result. Unlike the old Bundesliga, the DEL is not under the administration of the German Ice Hockey Federation.In the 201617 season the league was the second-best supported in Europe, behind the Swiss National League A, with an average attendance of 6,198 spectators per game.------Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season of table soccerThe 188889 season was the first season of competitive league football in the history of English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers. They played in the inaugural season of the newly formed Football League. The club finished in third place in the league, and as runners-up in the FA Cup.The team scored the first goal in Football League history when they took the lead against Aston Villa on the league's opening day. This match, as with all other home games for Wolves, was staged at Dudley Road in Wolverhampton, the only league campaign in which the club have not been based at Molineux.------Extracurricular activities of table soccerHumanitarianIn July 2012, FPS sent students to participate in a seminar related to the dumping of waste in Arabian Sea that connects to the coast of Karachi.FPS is working on making community service work mandatory for all A-Level schools in the city. This will be a condition on all students in order to proceed to their second year of A-Levels. An activity like this is closely similar to the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma which requires students to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service before they can graduate.------British Home Championship of table soccerThe 193738 British Home Championship was a football tournament played between the British Home Nations during the 193738 season. The competition was won by England after they defeated Ireland and Wales in their opening games. Even though Scotland won the final game at Wembley Stadium, England were able to hold their lead, thanks to the Welsh victory over Scotland in their opening match. Wales however were unable to continue this form, losing to England and Ireland in their subsequent matches. The Scots and Irish drew, and thus shared second place------FC Tskhinvali of table soccerFC Tskhinvali is a Georgian football club which plays in the Erovnuli Liga 2, the second tier in Georgian football. The original club was founded in 1936 in Tskhinvali, South Ossetia. The current club was founded in 2007, in an effort for the Georgian government to regain control over South Ossetia. Due to the enduring GeorgianOssetian conflict, FC Tskhinvali has played its home games in Georgia state-controlled territory.The name of the team was changed several times. As usual, the name was FC Spartak.clarification needed Tskhinvali is the new name for FC Tskhinvali, who withdrew in winter 2015.clarification needed------American Football of table soccerJim Thorpe (Sac and Fox Nation, 18871953), Olympic Gold medalist and football and baseball player. Won titles as both a player and team executive of the Canton Bulldogs.Tyler Bray, Potawatomi, Chicago Bears, quarterbackLevi Horn, Northern CheyenneSam Bradford, Cherokee Nation quarterbackAl Hoptowit, American football playerWahoo McDaniel, Choctaw-Chickasaw, played for different NFL-AFL teams between 1960 and 1968, later became a professional wrestlerSonny Sixkiller, Cherokee American football quarterbackJames Winchester, Choctaw, Kansas City Chiefs, long snapper, a Super Bowl LIV championOorang Indians players------Dundalk F.C. season of table soccerDundalk G.N.R. made their debut in the Free State League, the top tier of Irish football, in 192627. They had played the previous four seasons in the Leinster Senior League. The team was managed by Joe McCleery, previously of Belfast Celtic F.C., who used his connections to Northern Irish football to ensure a supply of players for the season ahead. Home matches were played at the Dundalk Athletic Grounds (a facility near the town centre shared by several sporting codes), but on weekends when the Athletic Grounds were unavailable, matches would usually move to the Carroll's Recreation Ground------BFA Senior League of table soccerThe 2011 BFA Senior League was the fourth season of the league playing in its then-current format, which involves the top teams from the Grand Bahama and New Providence Soccer Leagues. Previously, the league had been a tournament between the top teams of each island, but became the top level of Bahamian football.The competition featured the winners of the New Providence Football League and the Grand Bahamas Football League to determine the top club in The Bahamas, as well as the nation's qualifier for the CFU Club Championship.IM Bears FC are the defending league champions.
Introduction to Table Soccer | Later History and Interpretations of Breaking Strength
Later history and interpretations of breaking strengthThe moral drawn from the fable by Babrius was that "Brotherly love is the greatest good in life and often lifts the humble higher". In his emblem book Hecatomgraphie (1540), Gilles Corrozet reflected on it that if there can be friendship among strangers, it is even more of a necessity among family members. When the Neo-Latin poet Hieronymus Osius included the fable in his 1564 collection, he added consideration of the effects of disunion: "Just as concord supplies potency in human affairs, so a quarrelsome life deprives people of their strength." The French fabulist La Fontaine also stressed this aspect. In this version, the sons had not started quarreling when their father gave them his lesson, but descended into litigiousness over his estate following his death.That the lesson of the fable could be applied to statecraft as well as personal affairs had earlier been realised by Pseudo-Plutarch and those others who told the story of ancient rulers. In more modern times, Pieter de la Court commented on its applicability to the Dutch Republic in his retelling of the story in Sinryke Fabulen (Amsterdam, 1685) as "A farmer and his seven quarrelsome sons". The story is prefaced with the proverb Eendragt maakt magt, een twist verkwist (Unity makes strength, strife wastes). The first part of this was eventually to be taken as national motto by a number of states in a variety of languages without necessarily referring to the fable. It was also associated with the fasces of the Roman republic, which consists of a bundle of rods, sometimes (but not always) enclosing an axe, symbolising the state's power to rule. However, the moral "Strength lies in union" was certainly given to the fable in, among others, Edward Garretts new edition of Aesop's fables in the 19th century.The political motto "Unity is strength" was definitely associated with the fable by the trade union organisations that adopted it. A depiction of a man kneeling over a bundle of sticks on the ground was used, often accompanied by the motto on, for example, the badge of the Nottinghamshire Miners Association, on a Durham trade union banner, and on a trade token of the Worcestershire Co-operative Society. Some of these show a man crouched with one knee on a bundle of sticks, straining to break them, in a pose that appears related to John Tenniel's picture of the scene in the edition of Aesop's fables that he illustrated. The fable was also referred to by American trade union organisations in the 20th century, and it was among those chosen in 1970 by the activist Jacob Lawrence for illustration in gouaches which draw out the story's moral truth.Earlier the fable was retold in a long poem that made no reference to Aesop but was represented as happening in England. This first appeared as a 1795 illustrated broadsheet published in London and Bath with the title The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks. There A good old man, no matter where, Whether in York or Lancashire, gives the lesson on his deathbed and the poem concludes with a Christian reflection. Over the following decades of the 19th century, it also appeared as a cheaply printed chapbook and in book-length collections of moralising works.------History of table soccerPrague was the home of many Australian and ex-European representative footballers throughout the 1960s and early 1970s. Prague was instrumental in the strengthening of Australian football throughout its time, and had strong player and coaching links with the Australia national football (soccer) team.In 1950 V J (Jimmy) Chalwin came across a number of Czech boys playing soccer at Rushcutters Bay and ended up playing regularly with them every Sunday afternoon. After a few weeks Jerry Vilimek asked Jimmy Chalwin if he thought they could form a team and enter a competition. On J. Chalwin's initiative a first meeting was held at the Y.M.C.A. and shortly afterwards the Sydney Football Club Prague was formed and two teams were nominated to play in the N.S.W. Metropolitan League. The first general meeting was held in the Premier Restaurant, Kings Cross, and J. Vilimek was elected President; J. Chalwin, Vice-President; V. Profanta, Secretary; J. Baca, Treasurer and W.R. Ball Public Relations Officer. Mr Stan Slavik who provided the first boots, Jerseys and balls was made Patron of the Club.In its first year they almost finished as premiers, being beaten in the final. In 1952 the Club won its first trophy, the Metropolitan Cup and in 1953 they won the Metropolitan League. One of its most notable players was Milos Muller who was a prolific goal scorer and headed the goal-scoring list year after year. He scored a total of 378 goals for his Club and in 1955 scored 55 goals. Milos Muller was Prague's first Australian International when he as a centre-forward was chosen to play in the Australian team to play South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground in September 1955.From 1951 to 1953 S.F.C. Prague was basically an all Czech team which included players such as M. Muller, K. Lender, O. Toula, P.Janovsky, V.Vohanka, J Horinek, F. Dubai and J. Polivka. Also in 1953 the Committee was enlarged and Mr K. Rodny became President; Mr Garden, Vice-President; J. Bruna, V. Sarka, Z. Hofer, O. Pick and J. Prazak also joined. Finally in 1955, Prague, after winning the Metropolitan League twice, was promoted to the Southern League, and won it outright by beating Sydney Austral in the final. Prague's first year in the State League was rather disappointing as the team finished near the bottom of the competition although most games were lost by an odd goal. Despite this, the team was enjoying the reputation of being the fairest team in the competition and playing the continental short passing game.In January 1957 Prague, became one of the foundation clubs of the N.S.W. Federation, rebuilt the team, released many players to nearer clubs (without any transfer fees), signed new players such as R. Lord, K.Hiron, E. Schwartz. Also new players like L. Scheinflug and G. Geddes combined well with the rest of the team, where old-timers Muller and Toula still played. Prague gained notable victories against strong clubs like Canterbury, Gladesville and finished the season near the top of the table.In March 1958 Austrian Internationals Leopold Baumgartner and Karl Jaros joined Prague and later they were followed by Andy Saghi, Erich Schwartz, Walter Tamandl, Herbert and Erwin Ninaus.------Performance history of d&g equipment howell miThe opera was premiered on 20 April 1850 by the Opra-Comique at the second Salle Favart in Paris. The role of Elizabeth was intended for Delphine Ugalde, who was too ill to sing at the premiere but later took over the part. English commentators often find certain aspects of the plot in questionable taste. However, the opera was very successful in France. It was revived at the Opra-Comique on 22 September 1859 and again during the International Exposition of 1867 with Marie Cabel, Victor Capoul, Lon Achard, and Pierre Gailhard in the cast.A revised version was mounted on 17 April 1886 with Adle Isaac as the Queen. According to The New York Times reviewer in Paris, she acted "with rare discretion and dignity, and the wide scope of the register taxed by the composer is wonderfully served by her natural voice, in which the low tones are as full and reliable as the upper notes are easy, sweet, and flutelike. Her perfect vocalization permits the wildest flights into the most elevated realm of stacatti and trill, while the many dramatic recitatives are just as well served by her sure instinct and by the homogeneous quality and range of her registers. From the beginning to the end, even in the taxation of the cadenze of the second act, her full, rich tones were as sure, as melodious, as velvety, and as flexible as if she were not accomplishing almost impossible feats of execution." The cast also included Victor Maurel as Shakespeare and the baritone mile-Alexandre Taskin as "the stout, ponderous Falstaff, and the extension of his voice permits him to give full value to the part originally written for a bass."Internationally, the opera was first performed in Lige on 24 March 1851, Brussels on 27 September 1851, New Orleans in 1851, and Frankfurt (in German) on 22 April 1852. In New York it was presented by the New Orleans company in French on 21 June 1852 at Niblo's Garden. It was not well received by the critic of the Spirit of the Times (26 June 1852), who wrote: "Queen Elizabeth, Falstaff, and Shakespeare are introduced under the most ridiculous circumstances, and in absurd relations to each other. We could forgive our Gallic friends for scandalizing Queen Bess and rendering fat Jack ridiculous, but to profane the memory of the sweet Swan of Avon by introducing his name into such balderdash is at once an insult to all who reverence him and an evidence that the French are wholly ignorant of his glorious works. Poor fellows!" The opera was first presented in English in New York on 15 October 1877 in a translation by M. A. Cooney.Other international first performances include Vienna (in German) on 12 January 1854, Berlin (in German) on 2 February 1854, Geneva in March 1854, Buenos Aires on 7 October 1854, Barcelona on 1 August 1868, Lisbon on 10 April 1878, Mexico on 24 April 1879, Padua (in Italian) on 24 February 1897, and Glasgow (in English as A Poet's Dream, translated by W. B. Kingston) on 18 February 1898.Twentieth-century performances include a revival in Paris at the Trianon-Lyrique on 12 November 1915, one in Lille as late as 13 February 1936, and another in Brussels on 27 September 1937. The opera was revived (for the inauguration of the Channel Tunnel) on 7 May 1994 at the Thtre Imprial de Compigne by Pierre Jourdan and was later released on DVD.
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