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Luca Brasi

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College football
The American Athletic Conference consists of 12 prestigious institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, East Carolina University, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, the U.S. Naval Academy (in football only), the University of South Florida Southern Methodist University, Temple University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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College football
The American Athletic Conference consists of 12 prestigious institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, East Carolina University, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, the U.S. Naval Academy (in football only), the University of South Florida Southern Methodist University, Temple University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa.
Cheers, that's one narrow selection basis...
 

dibo

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It's one College conference (out of many). There are a bunch of different conferences that organise intervarsity sports. You can get lost in a deep wiki-hole reading about them.
 

Wombat

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Heff2 not playing anymore?
btw....CAN ANYONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND THINK THAT FLORES WOULD NOT BE BETTER THAN POWELL OR FAB AT #10?
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Heff2 not playing anymore?
btw....CAN ANYONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND THINK THAT FLORES WOULD NOT BE BETTER THAN POWELL OR FAB AT #10?
I went for a google and found an article saying he wasn't performing and they were threatening to release him if he didn't score (which he didn't end up doing). From his Twitter account it sounded like he wasn't renewed (his tweets also got very sad around the end of the season). He's back in his hometown of Manchester and it seems like he will be staying there.
I agree Wombat think he would be a good signing if we can't get anyone else.
 

Wombat

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I'm sad for him. Great feet and can finish but never looked totally match fit and hungry. Maybe superstar at State League is his level?
 

Forum Phoenix

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Modern game is so fast/agile and playing direct is out of fashion for the bulk of sides - almost something that had become contemptible. As a result I think the days of being a big heavy target man as a forward have largely gone.

Those big men who have succeeded up front in the past decade are required to also be exceptional athletes like zlatan or Drogba types... or otherwise in this day an age they're largely just centre halves, DM's and keepers. You could literally see it changing and leaving behind players like Heski and a host of other forwards.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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John Sutton played a full game for St Mirren as they lost 1-2 away from home to 4th placed Falkirk who sit in the promotion playoff places. St Mirren sit last of the ten Scottish Championship (Scotland Tier 2), seven points adrift of the relegation playoff placed Ayr United and eleven points behind currently safe Dumbarton. Fourteen games remain for St Mirren to lift themselves out of the relegation spots.
 
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JoyfulPenguin

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Zac Anderson played a full game for Kedah FA as they defeated 9th placed Sarawak FA 3-2 at home. Kedah FA sit fourth in the Malaysian Super League (Malaysia Tier One) with two games played, behind the league leaders Pahang FA only by goal difference16195269_1423342377698235_8067843566944295089_n.jpg
Anderson in action against Sarawak.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Malick Mané finished the 2016 Kazakhstan Premier League Season with 13 goals for his club FC Taraz this placed him fourth in the golden boot for the Kazakh competition, 9 goals behind golden boot winner Gerard Gohou. He couldn't, however, save his club from relegation and FC Taraz will spend the next season in the second tier of Kazakh football.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Jesse Curran was not in the squad for Dundee FC as they lost 3-0 away from home to third placed Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership (Scotland Tier One). Dundee FC sit ninth in the twelve team league, five points clear of the relegation places with sixteen games to play.

Jesse Curran was substituted due to injury before half time for Dundee FC Youth as they lost 4-0 away from home to third placed Hamilton Youth. Dundee FC Youth sit last on goal difference of the 17 team Scottish Development League.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Daniel McFarlane was not in the squad for Albion Rovers FC as they drew 1-1 at home with Alloa Athletic FC. Albion sit seventh in the Scottish League One (Scotland Tier Three) 3 points and 5 points behind promotion playoff placed Brechin City and Airdrieonians respectively, though with a game in hand one hand on Brechin and two in hand for Airdrieonians.
 

pjennings

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nebakke

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Trent rumoured to be going to Inter

According to Sky Sport, after Andrea Ranocchia's departure (he's undergoing medicals at Hull City), Inter will replace him with a new central back: Trent Lucas Sainsbury, 25 aged from Jiangsu Suning. Sainsbury is an Australian player but he has an English passport.

Edit: Some reports are saying a loan
http://www.fcinternews.it/en/sky-jiangsu-suning-central-back-sainsbury-close-to-inter-237933

Holy sh*t!

I know the Italian league isn't what it was but that's still a pretty big move - from China and from Eredivise!
 

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