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81. Ubersite - Soccer And Socialism
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82. News 2000: Week 8
24/02/2000 British football legend sir stanley matthews dies. sir stanleymatthews, one of England s greatest-ever soccer players, has died at the age of
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83. Modern Card Sets Sales List
sir stanley matthews (soccer Player) $1 48. sir Alfred Ramsey (soccer Player andCoach) $1 49. Pat Smythe (Horse Rider) $1
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84. U. Of T. The Bulletin, Nov. 30, 1998, On The Other Hand
I saw my first soccer riot there, supporters of Toronto Italia tearing up The field that had supported sir stanley matthews and Pele in its day now
November 30, 1998
By Nicholas Pashley
Down Memory Lane Autumn is not to all tastes, given what follows it, but the afternoon of my last visit to Varsity Stadium was by anybody's standards a perfect fall day. A bright, if parsimonious, sun shone in a crisp blue sky and brittle golden leaves crackled beneath my feet. One of the recent newspaper accounts of the closing of Varsity Stadium made mention of a tightrope walker who allegedly fell to his death on that hallowed turf in the 1960s. Well I was there that night too and I can tell you that the Grim Reaper was elsewhere. The tightrope walker didn't leave the building under his own steam, to be sure, but for all I know he lives to this day - and I'll bet he always knows when it's going to rain. I thought of the tightrope walker as I entered the stadium, but I guess I always do. He is one of my Varsity Stadium memories. I saw my first soccer riot there, supporters of Toronto Italia tearing up chunks of Devonshire Place in a vain attempt to breach the walls and tear the referee asunder. I saw the Varsity Blues of the Bryce Taylor/Mike Eben/Gerry Sternberg era, back in the days when university students watched football games. I saw Bruce Kidd and other Canadian Olympians circle that old cinder track. It's still an old cinder track, which should in itself justify preservation on historical grounds. I was once part of a capacity crowd at Varsity for an Olympic soccer match between East Germany and Brazil. We could easily have squeezed in another 20,000 fans the day of my last visit. The field that had supported Sir Stanley Matthews and Pele in its day now showcased the best of the Varsity Blues and the Queen's Golden Gaels. Ontario University Athletics men's soccer, eastern semi-final: winner advances, backs to the wall, everything to play for. Yet even with no admission charge it was not a big draw. We were not exactly in each other's laps, except by mutual consent. You know what young people are like.

85. Soccer Rules Are Brilliant By Stanley Lover
soccer Rules are Brilliant by stanley Lover(reprinted from FIFA Magazine) Crowned The Wizard of the Dribble, sir stanley matthews thrilled us during 34
Home Page What's New TheArbiter.Net Game Pay Report ... Livermore Youth Soccer League Soccer Rules are Brilliant by Stanley Lover (reprinted from FIFA Magazine) The Laws of the Game are incredibly brilliant. They must be because they provide us with a fun sport which millions of people enjoy. They are also incredibly dull, in their presentation, enough to switch off anyone searching for quick comprehension. Dull? Yes, but only if they are read as written. A brief glance at the rulebook shows just seventeen rules to govern the play but which, amazingly, do not include a single reference to the "Game of Soccer"!: Stanley Lover is an Englishman living in Paris who specializes in the Laws of the Game and has written several books on the Laws and refereeing. THE 17 LAWS OF THE GAME I.
XI. XII. XIII. XIV. XV. XVI. XVII. The Field of Play The Ball The Number of Players The Players' Equipment The Referee The Assistant Referee The Duration of the Match The Start and Restart of Play The Ball In and Out of Play The Method of Scoring Offside Fouls and Misconduct Free Kicks The Penalty Kick The Throw-In The Goal Kick The Corner Kick What we have is a skeleton, the bare bones of an exciting sport full of action, color, and passion, touching on the whole range of human emotions. Not easy to wrap these ingredients into an exciting document expounding formal procedures, duties, infringements, and sanctions. Another barrier to instant assimilation is the need for multi-language translation for worldwide application.

86. EastSouthWestNorth Blog
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87. Jugada De Drible De Matthews
Translate this page soccer dribbling moves, fakes and tricks explained through pictures. Jugada deSir stanley matthews por Desconocido
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Jugada de Sir Stanley Matthews por Desconocido
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88. Cherry Red Football Records : Sir Stanley Matthews
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For a limited time, choose any 3 CDs or any 2 DVDs for £25!! Sir Stanley Matthews
A Footballing Legend
Sir Stanley Matthew's, is one of the world's most famous football players, who enjoys the admiration and respect of almost all of the players in today's game. many of whom started their own career to follow in the footsteps of the legend, Sir Stanley Matthew's. This double cassette gives this genius of football an opportunity to talk about his long and illustrious career that covers, his tough apprentice at Stoke, his England career, his controversial move to Blackpool, the 'Matthew's Final', his return to Stoke and Sir Stanley's farewell match at Stoke at the age of 50. He also finds time to talk about his unhappy management career at Port Vale, aspects of the modern game and his experience of coaching all over the world including being crowned 'king of soccer' in Ghana. Sir Stanley's profile has been raised still further after recently opening the Euro '96 Championships and therefore introducing him to a new generation of football fans. Total Football will feature the recording of the session in their August edition. Coverage is expected in Goal, 90 Minutes, Four Four Two, Shoot, Match and the Sun. UK 6.95 Europe 7.45 Other 7.95

89. Roy Of The - The Official Roy Of The Rovers Website
sir stanley matthews Johan Cruyff Franz Beckenbauer International Hallof Champions sir Bobby Charlton - A run down on the inductee.
Your browser does not support script - please use the text menu at the bottom Sir Stanley Matthews Johan Cruyff Franz Beckenbauer Pele ... Denis Law HALL OF FAME - Sir Bobby Charlton OBE Charlton, Robert Born: 11th October 1937, Position: Inside Left/Outside Left/Centre Forward (Manchester United, Preston North End and England) Major Honours: World Cup 1966; European Footballer of the Year 1966; European Cup 1968. Relevant Career Statistics: 106 England caps; England's leading scorer with 49 goals; 752 games and 247 goals for Manchester United. Admitted to the Hall of Fame: 1st October 2000 with 36% of the votes. Roy of the Rovers References: Internet Links: There are a number of web pages dedicated to Sir Bobby. Bobby Charlton Soccer Schools The official site about the world famous schools. International Hall of Fame - Sir Bobby Charlton A fitting tribute to the all rounder.

90. Sir Stanley Matthews - International Appearances
sir stanley matthews International Appearances In addition, matthews playedin the following representative matches which were never recognised as
Sir Stanley Matthews - International Appearances
The outstanding England player obtained 54 international caps with his National Team. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise. Born: 1- 2-1915 Died: 23- 2-2000 Country: England Caps: 54 (W32-D8-L14 - GF158-GA83 - %66.67) Goals: 12 Not full: 30 (War Time), 2 goals Age First Cap: 19 yr 240 d 29- 9-1934 vs. Wales 4-0 Age Last Cap: 42 yr 103 d 15- 5-1957 vs. Denmark 4-1 National Team Career: 22 yr 228 d
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91. Soccer Books Limited Player DVDs
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92. Football Poets - Crispin Thomas
but the ghost of the sweet stanley matthews still hovers around this great gameyes i swear that the ghost of sir stanley still lingers on many a ground

93. FRANKLYN CARDS: Stanley Matthews
of sir stanley matthews it has to be accepted we are one step further away fromthe beautiful game . If it ever existed it was when this man played.
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October 29, 1951: With female members of the Marie De Vere Chorus are, (l-r) Stanley Matthews, Geoff Duke and Reg Parnell, at the Royal .....
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October 31, 1990: Stanley Matthews presents the fair play Awards Hilton Hotel to Gary Lineker. Click to view Sir Stanley Matthews. Despairing leg trying to stop his progress down the wing.

95. Blackpool | History | Seaside Legends | SIR STANLEY MATTHEWS: A SHORT PROFILE By
sir stanley matthews A SHORT PROFILE by Gerry Wolstenholme. stanley matthews inhis Blackpool days stanley matthews was born on 1 February 1915 in Hanley,,,10432~75059,
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His father was also known as ‘the fighting barber’ for he had been the Potteries featherweight boxing champion and had, remarkably, only lost nine out of 350 fights. His sporting instincts did not stop with boxing for he, fortuitously for young Stanley, ran a junior football team.
The young Matthews family, Stan and his three brothers, were brought up kicking a ball, or rather a makeshift ball, on the field near their Seymour Street home. It was an old tin can or a bundle of rags tied together with string that was often the object of their attention and it was a special treat when they managed to play with a rubber ball!
Of these enjoyable times Stan has said, “ I was playing all the time. My mother could not understand what I was doing but a ball fascinated me.
Jack Matthews could see that his son had talent and he took on the role of Stan’s trainer, instilling in him the fitness regimes, including deep breathing exercises before an open window at dawn, that Stan continued in later life. At the time Stan was always enthusiastic as he later commented “ There were times when I wanted to rebel, but it became a good habit

96. PPE Biography - Ma
matthews, stanley (1915) British footballer. Son of barber and boxer. He becamea legendary figure of soccer history. He played as a winger and possessed

97. Spiked-life | Column | Offside, 9 June
Tapping up laws are outdated vestiges of soccer serfdom. Feudal is howSir stanley matthews described footballers conditions of employment,
Column 9 June 2005 Offside, 9 June
'Tapping up' laws are outdated vestiges of soccer serfdom. by Duleep Allirajah
Was Ashley Cole more tapped up against than tapping? Not having been privy to the much-discussed meeting in the London hotel in question, I'm in no position to say. However, while Chelsea's apparently insatiable desire to 'tap up' anything that moves is upsetting a lot of people in the game, I just can't see what all the fuss is about.
Cole's decision to challenge the legality of the Football Association's rules against 'tapping up' has led to dire warnings of the end of football as we know it. 'Do we want a society and a system where people respect rules or one where it is okay to drive through red lights?', asked Arsenal chairman David Dein. 'Ashley Cole is ready to lead football towards anarchy after insisting he will fight to scrap Premier League tapping-up rules', wrote David Kidd in the Sun (1). The rules are there for a purpose, so runs the argument, and without them there would be chaos. But is that really the case?
In football there are some rules that are inviolable, as far as I'm concerned. If a player handles the ball it's a foul. If an attacking player is fouled in the penalty area, a spot kick is awarded. At the final whistle the team that has scored the most goals wins the game. But there are other rules that are not part of soccer's doctrinal canon. Before the recent furore over Chelsea's

98. Canadian Soccer Lacks Pro League
Isn t this the country that at one time had such soccer superstars as sir StanleyMatthews, Danny Blanchflower, Johnny Haynes, Jackie Mudie, Tommy Younger
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99. National Academic Quiz Tournaments, LLC
You Gotta Know These Footballers (soccer Players) sir StanleyMatthews (19152000) (England-Winger) Known as Wizard of the Dribble, the wingerdebuted

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  • Franz Beckenbauer Mia Hamm Sir Stanley Matthews (1915-2000) (England-Winger) Known as "Wizard of the Dribble," the winger debuted for England as a 19 year-old, and closed his international career in 1956 at the age of 41, when he was named the first-ever European Footballer of the Year. Though he played for unfashionable northern first division clubs like Blackpool and Stoke City, he was the most popular player of his era. In the 1953 F.A. Cup final against Bolton at Wembley, thereafter always called "The Matthews Final," Matthews lead a rousing comeback from a 3-1 deficit with 30 minutes remaining, setting up three goals. He is also one of the most gentlemanly players in history, having never been sent off with a red card during his entire career. In 1961, he became the first English footballer to be knighted. In 1963, at the age of 48, he helped Stoke City back into the FA First Division by scoring the goal that clinched promotion. He retired, quite reluctantly, from the game in 1965 at the age of 50. Diego Maradona (1960-) (Argentina-Forward) The oft-controversial strike helped Argentina to the 1986 World Cup Championship with two amazing goals against England in the semi-finals, including the infamous "Hand of God" goal, in which Maradona directed the ball into the net with his hand illegally, undetected by officials on the pitch. A two-time South American Player of the Year (1978 and 1979) before joining FC Barcelona in 1982 after the World Cup in Spain, in 1984, he moved on to FC Napoli, where he would help his side claim two Serie A Championships and a UEFA Cup win in 1989. He was banned for failing a drug test in 1991 and by the time he returned, he was no longer his old playing self, though he did lead a stirring performance for Argentina at the 1994 World Cup in the U.S., before being banned again for failing another drug test during the tournament. Maradona finally retired in 1997 from his original team, Argentina's Boca Juniors.
  • 100. 2004 Design Competition : Jury Members
    He featured in prominent soccer events including his involvement with the SirStanley matthews Eleven in 1974. Buddhas role has also been a playermanager
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    Paola Antonelli
    Curator of the Dept. of Architecture and Design
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    New York, New York Paola Antonelli joined The Museum of Modern Art in February 1994 and is a Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design. Her first acclaimed exhibition for MoMA, Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design (1995), was followed by Thresholds: Contemporary Design from the Netherlands, Achille Castiglioni: Design!, Projects 66: Campana/Ingo Maurer, Open Ends, Matter and Workspheres. She is currently working on an exhibition entitled Safe.
    The recipient of a Master's degree in Architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1990, Paola Antonelli has curated several architecture and design exhibitions in Italy, France, and Japan. She has been a Contributing Editor for Domus magazine (1987-91) and the Design Editor of Abitare' (1992-94). She has also contributed articles to several publications, among them Metropolis, the Harvard Design Review, I.D. magazine, Paper, Metropolitan Home, Harper's Bazaar and Nest.
    Since 2003, Paola Antonelli has taught at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She has lectured on design and architecture in Europe and the United States and has served on several international architecture and design juries. Paola is also trying to get a Boeing 747 into the collection of The Museum of Modern Art.

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