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Carew

Thomas. ?1595--?1639, English Cavalier poet
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Carew is keen on a promotion push and said he's optimistic their talented forward unit can deliver.
Carew staked €50 with his winners coming in at 10-1, 14-1, 8-1 and 16-1.
Then-Villa boss Martin O'Neill left Carew out of the side, claiming he was tired following international duty.
Defender Robert Huth, who will duel Carew for the honour of Stoke's second, can at least have complete claim on the last-gasp winner.
Carew is currently side-lined with a torn calf and will be side-lined for three to four weeks.
Houllier responded after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Fulham by saying Carew was "stupid" and to stop "living in the past.
The victory leaves Cresselly three points clear of Carew going into the last round of matches next Saturday, and it promises to be a tense climax to the title race.
15pm, Greatham Creek Car Park, Teesmouth National Nature Reserve; Thursday, August 26, Teesmouth Treasure Trail, 10am-noon, for children aged six and above, North Gare (Blue Lagoon) car park, south of Seaton Carew.
Rod Carew Baseball is committed to being the premier baseball/softball company dedicated to the art and science of hitting.
Carew, who has scored nine goals in eight games, said: "I only want to concentrate on playing well.
Carew thought he had equalised a minute later when he swept home a free-kick from Milner but he was adjudged to have been offside, although TV replays suggested it was a borderline decision.
The 64-year-old Carew will continue his involvement in the glitzy event but not with his sizzling bat.