FOOTBALL: NEW NAME IN CITY SQUAD; Familiar face makes unusual switch.
Byline: ANDY TURNER For other persons of the same name, see Andrew Turner (disambiguation).
Andy Turner (born 23 March 1975 in Woolwich).He is an English footballer who is currently a Player Coach with Chasetown who play in the Southern League Division One Midlands.
Gordon David Strachan /strɔ:n/ OBE (born 9 February 1957, in Edinburgh) is a retired Scottish football player, and is now a football has got a new name in his Coventry City squad.
But supporters could be forgiven for thinking they had seen Swedish international full-back Tomas Antonelius Tomas Antonelius, née Gustafsson, (born May 7, 1973 in Stockholm) is a Swedish ex-footballer, who became an economics student since his retirement. He began his footballing career playing as "Tomas Gustafsson" before changing his name in 2001. before.
The player is in fact Tomas Gustafsson Tomas Gustafsson may refer to:
"I think people will still recognise me," said the defender who has now fully recovered from a cruciate cruciate /cru·ci·ate/ (kroo´she-at) cruciform.
cru·ci·ate or cru·cial
1. Having the form of a cross, as in certain ligaments of the knee.
2. knee ligament injury and working hard to win a place in the City's starting line-up for the new season.
"The name Gustafsson is the Swedish equivalent to Smith over here and many people have the name.
"During the summer my sister and her husband decided to change their name and asked me if I wanted to take the same surname.
"I was getting married and it seemed a good time to do it, so I went ahead and changed to Antonelius.
"The name was made up by my sister and brother-in-law who were looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. something beautiful. It has a Greek origin and I thought it would be a fun thing to do.
"I spoke to my parents about it and they were fine about it. They know how I feel about them and they didn't see it as a problem and now I have a name which no-one else has in Sweden."
And he revealed there is a little mischief behind the decision, saying: "It might annoy a few people but that's okay, I don't mind doing that. I like doing things a little bit differently."
NAME GAME: Tomas Antonelius