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List Of French Football Transfers 2008 - Valenciennes
... in France French Football Federation President Nöel Le Graët National team France France A' History Managers All-time record France–Italy football rivalry ...
History Of Netball - Expanding International Competition
... tournament was organised in Canberra involving U-21 teams from around the world on 15–24 July ... INF World Rankings in 2008, in which the performances of national teams could be compared ... Higher-ranked national teams often compete on an annual basis, either in one-off tests or as part of tours ...
List Of Men's National Basketball Teams - Defunct Teams
... West Germany assumes the records of a unified Germany team Serbia and Montenegro - successor of Yugoslavia FIBA recognizes Serbia as the sole successor and attributes all records to it ... Vietnam assumes the records of a unified Vietnam team South Yemen - merged into North Yemen North Yemen assumes the records of a unified Yemen team ... Other national teams descended from Soviet Union are Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Moldova Tajikistan Turkmenistan Ukraine ...
France–Italy Football Rivalry - Statistics - Overall
... Total number of games 37 Italy wins 18 Draws 10 France wins 9 France national football team General French Football Federation History Managers Venues Parc des Princes Stade de France Stade ... Cup Culture Noted rivalries Noted matches Other FIGC teams B team Olympic team U21 team U20 team U19 team U18 team U17 team U16–15 team Women Beach soccer ...
Marcos Kwiek - National Teams
... Brazilian Women's National Team (2003–2007) Assistant Coach Dominican Women's National Team (2008-) Head Coach ...

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    Simon Hoggart (b. 1946)