much-travelled love

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  • Further down the divisions West Brom's Bob Taylor, Blackburn's Simon Garner and the much-travelled Keith Edwards and Andy Payton scored more than 200 league goals without ever commanding the transfer fees that such exploits would merit today.

    Darren Bent is the latest in a long line of lone wolves | Rob Bagchi

  • And while Paul Jenkins suspiciously claims that both Tommy Jaws and Alfie Schindler's-List played up front for Motherwell in the 1950s, he does also suggest much-travelled goalkeeper Eric Nixon.

    From which wedding venues can you see football stadiums?

  • In simple taste and homely inclination this much-travelled map was more simple and homely than the veriest yokel.

    THE SEA FARMER

  • To this much-travelled man the whole world was as familiar as the village to the cobbler sitting in his shop.

    THE SEA FARMER

  • George Thomas, a much-travelled Glaswegian, is a member of the PSOE, the Spanish socialist party, in Xabia on the Costa Blanca, which will have a number of expats on its candidates' list, although he is not under any illusions about the difficulties of integration.

    Most Brits in Spain say no gracias to integration

  • It is all very well home-grown managers moaning when heavyweight clubs import multilingual coaching nous but how many would be prepared to follow in the footprints of Europa League finalists Fulham's much-travelled Roy Hodgson and hone hitherto underdeveloped skills in sometimes testing, technically demanding, overseas habitats?

    Twente's Steve McClaren proves value of leaping into the unknown

  • How do your write a fantasy that doesn't tread old, much-travelled ground?

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  • "Not only did he decide to hire 500 local workers to build a jaw-droppingly ostentatious home on the edge of his beloved Nablus to return to after decades as a much-travelled top international businessman; he made the domed mansion a floor higher than the Palladian original in Vicenza "because I have a large family"." thanks W.

    Monday, June 30, 2008

  • "Not only did he decide to hire 500 local workers to build a jaw-droppingly ostentatious home on the edge of his beloved Nablus to return to after decades as a much-travelled top international businessman; he made the domed mansion a floor higher than the Palladian original in Vicenza "because I have a large family"." thanks W.

    Friday, June 27, 2008

  • How do your write a fantasy that doesn't tread old, much-travelled ground?

    Archive 2008-10-01

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