Football Gary Bull, the Nottingham Forest striker, has joined Second Division Brighton
Friday 18 August 1995
Gary Bull, the Nottingham Forest striker, has joined Second Division Brighton on a month's loan. The 29-year-old cousin of Steve Bull, the Wolves forward, has played only 11 first-team games for Forest in the last two seasons and scored just one goal.
Mario Kempes, 39, who won the World Cup with Argentina in 1978, is planning a comeback with the Chilean Second Division side, Fernandez Vial.
WEDNESDAY'S LATE RESULTS: European Championship Group Three: Iceland 0 Switzerland (Ohrel 3, Kubilay 24). Leading positions: 1 Switzerland (P6, Pts13); 2 Turkey (5-10); 3 Sweden (6-7). Libertadores Cup semi-finals second-leg: Gremio Porto Alegre (Br) 2 Emelec (Ec) 0 (Gremio win 2-0 on aggregate); River Plate (Arg) 1 Atletico Nacional (Col) 0 (1-1 on aggregate; Atletico win 8-7 on penalties).
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