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Joe Hogan (footballer, born 1938)

Raised in West Lothian, Hogan originally played as a forward; he joined Partick Thistle as a teenager in 1955, having enjoyed a single, successful season in the Junior level with Newtongrange Star, where he won the Edinburgh & District League alo ...

Albert Mohler (footballer)

Albert Mohler was a Swiss footballer who played as midfielder in the 1930s and 1940s. Mohler joined Basels first team in their 1938–39 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the home game at the Landhof on 4 September 1938 as ...

Henri Bernard (footballer)

Henri Bernard was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as defender. Bernard joined Basels first team in their 1938–39 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the away game on 11 December 1938 as Basel were def ...

Max Bosshard

Max Bosshard was a Swiss footballer. He played as Striker. Bosshard joined Basels first team in their 1939–40 season under first team co-managers Walter Dietrich and Max Galler. After appearing in one test match, Bossard played his domestic leagu ...

Henri Brinks

Henri Brinks was a footballer who played one season for FC Basel as Striker. Brinks joined their first team in their 1939–40 season under first team co-managers Walter Dietrich and Max Galler. After appearing in four test matches, he played his d ...

John Evelyn (disambiguation)

John Evelyn was an English writer. John Evelyn is also the name of: Sir John Evelyn, 1st Baronet, of Wotton 1682–1763, British politician John Evelyn of Wotton 1743–1827, cousin of Frederick Evelyn John Evelyn Parliamentarian 1601–1685, English p ...

Dwight B. Demeritt Forest

The Dwight B. Demeritt Forest is a protected area of Penobscot County, Maine owned by the University of Maine. It is located in the adjacent municipalities of Old Town and Orono, Maine. Totaling 1.478-acre, the Forest is used for education, demon ...

Silvio Cinguetti

Silvio Cinguetti was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1930s and early 1940s. He played as goalkeeper. Cinguetti started his football by FC St. Gallen as they played in the Nationalliga. He played for them between 1931 and 1940. During this ti ...

Hans Spengler

Hans Spengler was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1940s. He played as Striker. Spengler played his early football for SC Bruhl St. Gallen. He joined Basels first team for their 1942–43 season under player-manager Eugen Rupf. After playing tw ...

Walter Schmidlin

Walter Schmidlin was a Swiss footballer. He played as midfielder. Schmidlin joined FC Basels first team for the first time during their 1935–36 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the home game at the Landhof on 19 April 1 ...

Rudolf Knup

Rudolf Knup was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1940s. He played as Striker. Knup played his early football for Black Stars. He joined Basels first team for their 1941–42 season as they played in the 1. Liga under player-manager Eugen Rupf. ...

Henry Jones-Davies

Henry Mydrian Orford Jones-Davies was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. Jones-Davies was born at Portsmouth in October 1911. He later studied at Keble College at the University of Oxford, where he made a single appearance ...

Karl von Arx

Karl von Arx, commonly known by his pseudonym Tschuppeli, was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1940s. He played as midfielder. Von Arx joined Basels first team during their 1942–43 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in t ...

Fritz Greder

Fritz Greder was a Swiss footballer who played as defender in the 1940s. Greder first played for lower tier FC Allschwil. He then joined Basels first team before their 1942–43 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the away g ...

Enrico Ardizzoia

Enrico Ardizzoia was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as Striker. Ardizzoia joined Basels first team in 1934. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the home game at the Landhof on 7 April 1935 as Basel drew 2–2 ...

Richard Davidson (disambiguation)

Richard Davidson is a professor of psychology and psychiatry. Richard Davidson may also refer to: Richard Davison racing driver in 1984 Australian Grand Prix Richard Davidson speedway rider in New Zealand Solo Championship Richard K. Davidson bor ...

Hans Nyffeler

Hans Nyffeler was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as Striker. Nyffeler joined Basels first team during their 1943–44 season. After one test match he played his domestic league debut for the club in the away game on 5 Septemb ...

Max Gloor

Max Gloor was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as Striker. Gloor joined Basels first team for their 1943–44 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the home game at the Landhof on 20 February 1944 as Basel ...

Andrew Mason (cricketer, born 1943)

Andrew Lindsey Mason is an English former first-class cricketer. Mason was born at Birmingham in September 1943. He later studied at Brasenose College at the University of Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first-class cricket for Oxford ...

Aleksandr Fyodorov

Aleksandr Fyodorov may refer to: Aleksandr Fyodorov footballer, born 1965, Russian footballer who played in the Russian Premier League for FC Zhemchuzhina Sochi Aleksandr Viktorovich Fyodorov born 1954, Russian educator Aleksandr Fyodorov footbal ...

Willy Monigatti

Willy Monigatti was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as midfielder. Monigatti joined Basels first team during their 1944–45 season under team manager Max Barras. After appearing in two test games Monigatti played his domestic ...

Kim Jones

Kim Jones may refer to: Kim Jones digital creative born 1987, Australian digital creative Kim Jones runner born 1958, American long-distance runner Kim Jones Sun, American managing director of Sun UK Kim Jones reporter born 1969, American sports ...

Willy Zingg

Willy Zingg was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. Zingg played as midfielder. Zingg joined Basels first team during their 1944–45 season under team manager Max Barras. After playing only in test games in his first season, Zingg played h ...

Bernard Mathez

Bernard Mathez was a Swiss footballer who played in the late 1940s. He played as Striker. Mathez joined Basels first team during their 1946–47 season under team manager Anton Schall. Mathez played his domestic league debut for the club in the awa ...

John Harvey (Scottish footballer)

John Harvey is a Scottish former footballer, who played primarily for Partick Thistle. He ranks ninth in the clubs all-time appearances list with over 400 matches played in all competitions, and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2009. He wa ...

Steve Foley

Steve Foley may refer to: Steve Foley diver born 1957, Australian Olympic diver and diving coach Steve Foley footballer, born 1962, English association football player Steve Foley linebacker born 1975, American football player for the Cincinnati ...

Mare Nostrum (disambiguation)

Mare Nostrum album, a 2008 album by Stormlord Mare Nostrum, album by Hecq musician Ensemble Mare Nostrum, Andrea de Carlo, classical music ensemble on the Arcana Records label recording Alessandro Stradella Mare Nostrum, album by Paolo Fresu and ...

Bulent Sahinkaya

Bulent Sahinkaya, also known as Kuçuk Bulent, was a Turkish former professional footballer. Sahinkaya was the captain of Trabzonspor when they were promoted to the Super Lig for the first time.

Kevin Roberts

Kevin Roberts may refer to: Kevin Roberts Australian footballer born 1939, former Australian rules footballer Kevin Roberts academic, American academic Kevin Roberts footballer, born 1989, English footballer for Chester Kevin Roberts politician b ...

Gordon Dixon (rugby union)

Dixon became the 118th President of the Scottish Rugby Union. He served the standard one year from 2004 to 2005. Dixon had to deal with the resignation of SRU Chairman David Mackay during his presidency; with unquiet among the clubs over Mackays ...

Dawie Snyman

Snyman represented the Free State schools at two consecutive Craven Week tournaments. After school and completing his military training he enrolled at Stellenbosch University. In 1971, before playing provincial rugby, he was selected for the Spri ...

Paul Stevens

Paul Stevens is the name of: Paul Schott Stevens born 1952, American attorney Paul Stevens Australian footballer born 1953, Australian footballer Paul Stevens English footballer born 1960, English footballer Paul Stevens bobsleigh 1889–1949, Amer ...

David Dunn (disambiguation)

David Dunn is an English footballer. David Dunn may also refer to: David B. Dunn born 1949, American diplomat David Dunn bobsleigh born 1936, American bobsledder Dave Dunn born 1948, ice hockey player David Dunn Montana politician, American polit ...

West Virginia Mountaineers mens basketball statistical leaders

The West Virginia Mountaineers mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the West Virginia Mountaineers mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, an ...

Michael Cook

Mike Cook baseball born 1963, retired baseball player Micky Cook footballer, born 1950, English football forward for Brentford Mike Cook footballer born 1968, English former footballer Mike Cook soccer, Canadian soccer player Michael Cook rugby b ...

David Norman

David Norman may refer to: David Norman Jr. born 1998, Canadian soccer player, son of David Norman born 1962 David Norman soccer born 1962, Canadian soccer player David Norman cricketer born 1968, former English cricketer David Luke Norman 1924–1 ...

William Ives

William Ives or Bill Ives may refer to: William Carlos Ives 1873–1950, Canadian politician Grayston Ives also known as Grayston "Bill" Ives born 1948, English composer William Ives businessman 1943–2017 Bill Ives ice hockey born 1941, Canadian ic ...

Gregory Thompson

Gregory, Gregg or Greg Thompson may refer to: Greg Thompson 1947 - 2019, Canadian politician and long-serving MP Greg Thompson Canadian football born 1940s, Canadian football player Gregg Thompson astronomer, Australian amateur astronomer Greg Th ...

John Hayden

John Hayden may refer to: John Louis Hayden 1866–1936, American brigadier general Jack Hayden politician born c. 1950, Canadian politician John Hayden Jr. born 1962, New Police Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Department, City of St. Louis ...

Wavetable

Wavetable may refer to: Multiple wavetable synthesis Horner, Beauchamp & Haken 1993 developed by Michael McNabb and Wolfgang Palm in the late-1970s - a specific sound synthesis technique typically used on PPG Waves, using an array of single-cycle ...

Monti Iblei Cup (Hill Climb)

The Monti Iblei Cup is a car competition, more precisely a hillclimbing, which takes place annually in Chiaramonte Gulfi.

Richard Sanders

Rick Sanders wrestler 1945–1972, Olympic wrestler from the United States Ricky Sanders born 1962, American football player Ricky Sanders racing driver born 1966, former NASCAR driver

Sherbrooke Indians

The Sherbrooke Indians were a minor league baseball team located in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. They played in the Provincial League from 1948 to 1951 as the Sherbrooke Athletics and again from 1953 to 1955 as the Indians. They won the first Prov ...

Greg Jones

Greg Jones may refer to: Greg Jones Australian footballer born 1970, Australian rules footballer for St Kilda and Swan Districts Greg Jones skier born 1953, American former alpine skier Greg Jones linebacker, born 1974, former NFL linebacker Greg ...

Julius McCoy

Julius L. McCoy was an American basketball player. He was an All-American college player at Michigan State University and went on to become the all-time leading scorer in the Eastern Basketball Association. McCoy played for Farrell High School in ...

Gungor Sahinkaya

Sahinkaya represented the Turkey national football team six times. Sahinkaya debuted for Turkey in a friendly 3-0 win over Saudi Arabia on 10 March 1980.

Malabar Beach

This article is about Malabar Beach. For other uses see Malabar or Malabar. Malabar Beach is a beach in Malabar, New South Wales, Australia, located to the north of Maroubra Beach and to the south of Little Bay and La Perouse. The Randwick Golf C ...

Michael Weiss

Michael Weiss figure skater born 1976, American former figure skater Michael Weiss cyclist born 1981, Austrian cyclist Michael Weiss triathlete born 1981, XTERRA champion, banned for alleged blood doping Michael WeiS football manager born 1965, G ...

Valerie Smith

Valerie Smith may refer to: Valerie Arkell-Smith 1895–1960 Valerie Brown, aka Valerie Smith Valerie Phare-Smith Valerie Smith musician born 1966, American bluegrass musician Valerie Smith social activist, Canadian social activist Valerie Smith at ...

Coskun Sahinkaya

Coskun Sahinkaya, also known as Gabak Coskun, is a Turkish former professional footballer. Sahinkaya was the second ever captain for Trabzonspor.