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hammam

An establishment for bathing in the Oriental way, with steam rooms, etc.; a Turkish bath.
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Planners have already forced Hammam to radically alter plans for a massive sport and retail complex at Leckwith.
Then Hammam dropped a big that Arsenal had already been in touch.
The original debt of PS24m was in the form of loan notes issued by the Langston Corporation when Hammam owned Cardiff City.
MOHAMED BIN HAMMAM has demanded that FIFA president Sepp Blatter be included in the investigation by the world governing body's ethics committee.
Bin Hammam appeared to sympathize with European leagues likely to be affected by a date change as he continued his criticism of Blatter's remarks.
Hammam says Kuwait is ineligible to vote as its football association was being run by an interim body, while the other four countries had been barred because of their non-participation in regional competitions over the past two years.
The former Arsenal coach - reckoned by many to be the brains behind Wimbledon when he went there - is the type Hammam wants to get the best out of his squad.
Hammam sold his majority shareholding to Rokke and Gjelsten for a reputed pounds 30million in 1997.
Hammam worried about the potential fall-out following Moody's departure, believes City are now emerging from two weeks of uncertainty in good spirits.
Bin Hammam is suspended "from taking part in any kind of football activity in the area of jurisdiction of the AFC until the AFC Disciplinary Committee reaches a decision the merits in the present matter," it added.
The latest sanctions against bin Hammam come after a yearlong audit that has revealed "infringements" regarding the "execution of certain contracts" and tampering with AFC bank accounts, the Malaysia-based Asian football body said in a statement released late Monday night.
Before he had even wrested full control, Hammam was already talking about making the Bluebirds the team for the whole of Wales to support.