“For more on getting fit for the summer, see our report on health clubs, and our Ratings for treadmills, ellipticals, exercise bikes, and health clubs (subscribers only).”
“In Article 18 of its "Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players," the sport's world governing body simply bars "third-party influence," which it defines as clubs entering into a contract that allows a third party to "acquire the ability to influence in employment and transfer-related matters its independence, its policies or the performance of its teams.”
“The one thing that separates Seattle from the rest of the clubs is they can manufacture runs," Narron said.”
“As predicted in this column, one of the clubs is the Atlanta Braves.”
“One of many advantages of belonging to one of our clubs is the opportunity to hear a variety of opinions on topics of national and international importance, so that we can make up our minds where we stand.”
“Tommy Meekins: We never played what we call clubs or nightclubs.”
“Better yet, join clubs and forum on the internet and be always informed.”
“That type of attention to individual needs as defined by the big clubs is common in the national team camps.”
“So for example a nine of clubs is 9C and a queen of hearts is QH.”
“For me, the standard of player available to the Spanish clubs is above the level that the majority of countries can get.”
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