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List of Premier League managers by date of death

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  1. RAY HARFORD (1945-2003) - English - 09.08.2003
  2. Lung cancer
  3. 1995-1996 Blackburn Rovers

  4. BRIAN CLOUGH (1935-2004) - English - 20.09.2004
  5. Stomach cancer
  6. 1975-1993 Nottingham Forest

  7. JOHN LYALL (1940-2006) - English - 18.04.2006
  8. Heart attack
  9. 1990-1994 Ipswich Town

  10. ALAN BALL (1945-2007) - English - 25.04.2007
  11. Heart attack
  12. 1994-1995 Southampton
  13. 1995-1996 Manchester City

List of Premier League players by date of death

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  1. DAVID ROCASTLE (1967-2001) - England (14 caps) - 31.03.2001
  2. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
  3. 1992-1993 Leeds United
  4. 1993-1994 Manchester City
  5. 1994-1998 Chelsea

  6. LES SEALEY (1957-2001) - England - 19.08.2001
  7. Heart attack
  8. 1991-1993 Aston Villa
  9. 1993-1994 Manchester United
  10. 1994-1996 West Ham United
  11. 1996-2001 West Ham United

  12. MARC-VIVIEN FOE (1975-2003) - Cameroon (64 caps) - 26.06.2003
  13. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  14. 1999-2000 West Ham United
  15. 2002-2003 Manchester City

Coventry City Players - Where are they now?

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  • Abbott, Greg 1963-living - ENGLISH - Played for Coventry in 1982 (0 [0]) - Now assistant manager for Notts Country (England)
  • Adams, Blair 1991-living - ENGLISH - Plays for Coventry 2012-present (44 [0]) - Plays for Coventry
  • Adams, Micky 1961-living - ENGLISH - Played for Coventry 1983-1987 (90 [9]) - Now manager for Port Vale (England)
  • Adebola, Dele 1975-living - NIGERIAN - Played for Coventry 2003-2008 (163 [31]) - Now in Rushall Olympic (England)
  • Akpom, Chuba 1995-living - ENGLISH - Plays for Coventry 2014-present

Born, Raised and Played Professional Ball in Same City

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  • Pete Rose-Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. Played for the Reds from 1963-1978
  • Wilt Chamberlain-Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. 1959-1962 for Philadelphia Warriors, 1965-1968 for Philadelphia 76ers
  • Paul Azrin
  • Gail Goodrich

The Greatest Trilogies in Boxing History

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  1. Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier
  2. Micky Ward vs Arturo Gatti
  3. Tony Zale vs Rocky Graziano
  4. Erik Morales vs Marco Antonio Barrera
  5. Israel Vázquez vs Rafael Márquez
  6. Sandy Saddler vs Willie Pep
  7. Sugar Ray Robinson vs Jake LaMotta
  8. Sugar Ray Leonard vs Roberto Duran
  9. Evander Holyfield vs Riddick Bowe
  10. Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Márquez
  11. Ezzard Charles vs Jersey Joe Walcott
  12. Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton
  13. Rafael Limón vs Bobby Chacon
  14. Floyd Patterson vs. Ingemar Johansson

Greatest Pound for Pound Boxers (Modern Era)

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  1. Sugar Ray Robinson 1940-1965
  2. St Valentine's Day Massacre vs. Jake LaMotta VI. February 14, 1951.
  3. Henry Armstrong 1932-1945
  4. vs. Lou Ambers. August 17, 1938.
  5. Willie Pep 1940-1966
  6. vs. Sandy Saddler II. February 11, 1949.
  7. vs Chalky Wright I November 20, 1942
  8. Muhammad Ali 1960-1981
  9. Thrilla in Manila v Joe Frazier III Oct 1, 1975
  10. Rumble in the Jungle v George Foreman October 30, 1974.
  11. vs. Sonny Liston I. February 25, 1964.
  12. Joe Louis 1934-1951
  13. vs. Billy Conn. June 18, 1941
  14. vs Max Schmeling II June 22, 1938
  15. Roberto Duran 1968-2001
  16. vs. Sugar Ray Leonard I. June 20, 1980.
  17. vs.

The 100 best skijumpers 2000-09

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  1. Adam Malysz POL
  2. Janne Ahonen FIN
  3. Thomas Morgenstern AUT
  4. Simon Ammann SUI
  5. Martin Schmitt GER
  6. Matti Hautamäki FIN
  7. Roar Ljøkelsøy NOR
  8. Gregor Schlierenzauer AUT
  9. Sven Hannawald GER
  10. Andreas Widhölzl AUT

  11. Martin Höllwarth AUT
  12. Bjørn Einar Romøren NOR
  13. Andreas Küttel SUI
  14. Wolfgang Loitzl AUT
  15. Michael Uhrmann GER
  16. Jakub Janda CZE
  17. Noriaki Kasai JPN
  18. Andreas Kofler AUT
  19. Anders Jacobsen NOR
  20. Martin Koch AUT

What if..? - The UFWC as it would have been had one match tipped the other way

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  • 11.07.2010 WORLD CUP FINAL * Netherlands - Spain 0-1 *
  • If The Netherlands had won, this would have been the new path towards the title:
  • THE NETHERLANDS - URUGUAY - COLOMBIA - VENEZUELA - URUGUAY - SPAIN - BRAZIL - SWITZERLAND - SOUTH KOREA - RUSSIA

  • 11.08.2010 FRIENDLY MATCH * Mexico - Spain 1-1 *
  • If Mexico had won, this would have been the new path towards the title:
  • MEXICO - ECUADOR - VENEZUELA - ECUADOR - COLOMBIA - CHILE - VENEZUELA - PARAGUAY - URUGUAY - COLOMBIA - VENEZUELA - URUGUAY - SPAIN - BRAZIL - SWITZERLAND - SOUTH KOREA - RUSSIA

The Most Marketable Athletes In Sports History

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  1. Michael Jordan
  2. Tiger Woods
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. Phil Mickelson
  5. LeBron James
  6. Shaquille O'Neal
  7. Joe Namath
  8. Roger Federer
  9. David Beckham
  10. George Foreman

Greatest Championship Performances (single game)

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  1. Don Larson Game 5 1956 World Series-perfect game
  2. Reggie Jackson Game 6 1977 World Series- 3 consecutive HR
  3. Doug Williams- Super Bowl XXII
  4. Marcus Allen Super Bowl XVIII-191 yards rushing, 18 yards receiving, 2 tds
  5. Steve Young Super Bowl XXIX-6 TDs, 325 yards passing and 49 yards rushing, (first player ever to finish a Super Bowl as the game's leader in both rushing and passing yards)
  6. Elgin Baylor Game 5 1962 NBA Finals- 61 points, 22 rebounds
  7. Michael Jordan 1993 NBA Finals- 55 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, .568 shooting %
  8. Shaquille O'Neal Game 1 2000 NBA Finals, 43 points, 19 rebounds,