His eye an egg, Chris Robshaw convinced as the vanquished captain, but looking around the pitch at the close, having briefly led the best team in the world, there was vindication as well as the scars.
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Saturday 06 November 2010
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Sunday 09 November 2008
In the years BC (Before Computers) of the 1970s and '80s, the football game Subbuteo was played by more than 30 million people. Digital dexterity was the order of the day even then; one world champion, Andrea Piccaluga, had his flicking finger insured for £150,000.
Fiddler on the Roof, Crucible, Sheffield<br/>Don Juan in Soho, Donmar, London<br/>Love Song, New Ambassadors, London
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Friday 17 December 2004
The Aston Villa manager David O'Leary signed a three-and-a-half year contract extension yesterday after deals for his assistants, Roy Aitken and Steve McGregor, were also agreed.
Tuesday 14 October 2003
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Sunday 23 March 2003
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