Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United): Not everyone’s favourite player but he has been exceptional this season. With Vidic, he has formed a formidable partnership.
Well-respected research underlines what Americans instinctively get: Strong laws that keep guns out of the wrong hands reduce violence. More than 90% of Americans support universal background checks, including more than 80% of gun owners and more than 70% of NRA members. In the 20 years since a shooter with an assault weapon left eight dead and six wounded at 101 California St. in San Francisco (and inspired the formation of our organization, the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence), the California Legislature has passed more than 30 laws to protect our communities and seen the state's rate of gun death decline by 56%.
will not be in next season��s Champions League either, but had an impressive showing in this year��s competition, only to be knocked out by some dodgy refereeing against eventual finalists Bayern. Those of a morbid persuasion will have watched on with a grim fascinating at the unraveling career of one-time Chelsea star Adrian Mutu. Mutu, who was sacked by the club for testing positive in a drugs test, will now be suspended until October 2010 following another anti-doping scandal in January.
From an aesthetic point of view, a lot of think that the Round of 16 is the most exciting round in the Champions League. The lottery gods have accommodated us by giving us some truly mouth-watering matchups.
is a league of pragmatists. There are pragmatic coaches, who specialise in delivering results rather than entertainment. There are pragmatic owners, who will sack a manager without blinking. And there are pragmatic players, who will (allegedly) occasionally agree to play for a scoreline that suits both .
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