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Clough

1. Arthur Hugh. 1819--61, British poet, author of Amours de Voyage (1858) and Dipsychus (1865)
2. Brian. 1935--2004, English footballer and manager

clough

[kləf]
(geography)
A cleft in a hill; a ravine or narrow valley.
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FAMILY AFFAIR Nigel Clough could become Forest boss - just like dad Brian ?
In the foreword for a new book on Clough called I Believe in Miracles, the Chelsea boss talks about the similarities between himself and the two-time European Cup-winning manager.
Under this deal, the new group will be named as Clough Enercore, and established as Clough s Canadian engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project delivery division.
Yet the Gazette's Boro writer Cliff Mitchell was concerned, worried that England's set-up didn't suit Clough and wouldn't bring the best out of his potent eye for goal.
A sleepy Howden Clough were caught out within the first minute when a Luke Mucha pass found an unmarked Connor Atkinson, who happily slid the ball past the onrushing keeper to give Ovenden an early advantage.
9) Ann Clough to Clough, March 1, 1853, in Correspondence of Arthur Hugh Clough, ed.
It's entirely fair to say that Hamilton was one of the few people Clough trusted; indeed, the reader might be left with the impression that this book's content could have comfortably exceeded 250-odd pages.
Mr Tony Eaton of Goodridge Covert Kings Norton - a Blues fan for 13 years - said: I had always had a great respeet for Clough until Saturday.
Clough and Taylor nearly left the club a month earlier to take over at Coventry, but were persuaded to stay.
THE makers of a film about legendary football manager Brian Clough last night said they did their best to involve his family in the production.
Martin Sheen takes the role of 'Old Big 'Ed' Brian Clough in The Damned United.