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“The plan was for Ridsdale to hold a staff meeting and for Reid to call the first-team coach, Adam Sadler, who was travelling with the players to Brighton, as soon as they heard from the courts.”
“Bringing his practice to its rousing crescendo, J.T. calls the first-team guys together for a simulated two-minute drill, in which the quarterback has to run a hurry-up, no-huddle offense.”
“Kenny Dalglish, meanwhile, has brought the academy youngsters John Flanagan and Jack Robinson into the first-team squad at Melwood as he deals with a defensive injury crisis that could leave him without Glen Johnson, Daniel Agger and Martin Kelly for Monday's visit of Manchester City.”
“I don't think the United fans are stupid – I think they understand that a 20-year-old lad coming in and playing first-team football, it might not click straight away.”
“Dale Jennings, of course, has joined from Tranmere but is unlikely to see much first-team action this season.”
“A Newcastle United XI featuring several first-team players won 3-1 at their non-league neighbours Gateshead thanks to two goals from Sammy Ameobi.”
“�� The Golden Flashes didn't lose a specialist and boost one of the best punters in the nation in first-team All-MAC returnee Matt Rinehart.”
“Strong safety Davonte Shannon, a three-time first-team All-MAC selection, and corners Domonic Cook and Josh Thomas have a combined 89 starts.”
“DB Isaiah Ballard — The biggest shoes that needed filled on the defense are those that belonged to four-time, first-team All-MAC safety Barry Church.”
“-- G Devan Downey was a unanimous pick of league coaches as a first-team all-SEC selection.”
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