YESTERMANIA: 10 YEARS AGO; Aldridge the new Rush and Mullery is sacked by Brighton.
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John William Aldridge (born Liverpool, 18 September 1958). Aldridge is a former Republic of Ireland international striker. became the new Ian Rush.
Liverpool did the deal with Oxford knowing that at the end of the season, Rush was heading off to Juventus for pounds 3.2 million.
Aldridge, Liverpool born and bred Born and Bred is a light-hearted British drama series that aired for four series on BBC One from 2002 to 2005. It was created by Chris Chibnall and Nigel McCrery. The cast was led by James Bolam and Michael French, who played a father and son who run a cottage hospital in , said: "Whatever happens now I can die a happy man!"
Chelsea chairman Ken Bates defied Luton's ban on rival fans by giving away 18 directors and guest tickets. Police had to intervene when some Chelsea fans with boardroom passes tried to get into the directors' box.
Bates Bates , Katherine Lee 1859-1929.
American educator and writer best known for her poem "America the Beautiful," written in 1893 and revised in 1904 and 1911. boycotted the game and flew off to Monte Carlo instead.
Gary Lineker scored twice for leaders Barcelona in a 3-1 win over Sabadell, his first goals for nine games and Terry Venables' side were three points clear of Real Madrid. It was a busy week for deals. Stewart Robson quit Arsenal in a pounds 700,000 move to West Ham and left Highbury boss George Graham moaning: "I'm sick and never been more disappointed in my life."
And Leeds skipper and midfield man Ian Snodin turned down a bigger wage offer from Liverpool to join Everton for pounds 840,000.
Out of a job - Alan Mullery, sacked by Brighton after his second spell in the job had lasted just seven months. Barry Lloyd took over.
Mullery, accused of not giving enough commitment and dedication to the job, said: "You love the game, then it kicks you in the guts."
Ray Kennedy, one of Arsenal's double-winning heroes, revealed he had Parkinson's disease Parkinson's disease or Parkinsonism, degenerative brain disorder first described by the English surgeon James Parkinson in 1817. When there is no known cause, the disease usually appears after age 40 and is referred to as Parkinson's disease. .
The Aussies stunned cricket by naming off-spinner Peter Taylor in their Test squad for the Sydney Test against England. Even Taylor thought it was a joke and there were claims that the selectors had meant to call up his New South Wales New South Wales, state (1991 pop. 5,164,549), 309,443 sq mi (801,457 sq km), SE Australia. It is bounded on the E by the Pacific Ocean. Sydney is the capital. The other principal urban centers are Newcastle, Wagga Wagga, Lismore, Wollongong, and Broken Hill. team-mate Mark Taylor.