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... On 1 June 2012, it was announced by the official website of VfL Wolfsburg that Dost would join the club ... Following the sacking of Felix Magath, Dost scored a brace in Lorenz-Günther Köstner's debut as manager, a 4–1 thumping of Fortuna Düsseldorf on ... the appointment of Klaus Allofs as sporting director, Dost netted Wolfsburg's second, and the eventual winner, in a 3-1 defeat of Hoffenheim on 18 November, lifting the ...
... "Dost Dost Na Raha" Mukesh 0551 3 ... "Dost Dost Na Raha" (Instrumental Electric guitar) Van Shipley 0305 ...
... Richard Dostálek (born 26 April 1974) is a former Czech footballer ... Dostálek spent most of his Gambrinus liga career at 1 ...
... feared an increased Russian influence in Afghanistan after Dost Mohammad Khan had seized power from former ruler Shuja Shah Durrani in 1834 ... Dost Mohammad had rejected earlier overtures from Russia, but after Lord Auckland, the Governor-General of India, tried to force Afghan foreign policy under British guidance, he renewed ... Macnaghten to support Shuja Shah, dismissing the advice of Alexander Burnes that Dost Mohammad should be supported, and resolved to seek a military solution ...
... Dost Mahomet (born c1870) was an Afghan cameleer who lived and worked in the Pilbara and Murchison regions of Western Australia ... Dost Mahomet is also the name of Dost Mahomet, Afghan cameleer who participated in the Burke and Wills expedition Dost Mohammad Khan, (1793 - 1863), who ...
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