Clement I


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Clement I

Saint, called Clement of Rome. pope (?88--?97 ad). Feast day: Nov. 23
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Clement is aware that nerves will play as important a role as know-how before the season is over.
His bro is a legend too @Rob_Escott Clement is talented, no doubt, but is it another Clarke situation?
Clement is still basking in the glory of Albion's fourth-round victory which saw them demolish rivals Wolves at Molineux.
But he still has a good reputation in France and the Ibrox club should get at least what they paid for him if Clement is allowed to leave when the window opens.
Yet after the team's rocky start to the season, followed by his spell on the sidelines crocked, Clement is believed to have become disillusioned with life in Scotland with Rangers.
This link to Clement is based particularly on the fact that Dressler used numerous excerpts from the Flemish composer's works as examples.
nimks " Clement is aware that nerves will play as important a role as know-how before the season is over.
NEIL Clement is being tracked by Hull City - potentially heralding the end of an era.
Clement is currently injured, having hurt his knee during the final pre-season game last month, but is not far away from full fitness.
SPREADEX rate Nicolas Kiefer two to three games superior to Arnaud Clement in today's Paris Masters firstround clash, but Frenchman Clement is a dangerous customer on home soil and could trouble the German.
Clement is also determined to show his London pals that Albion are not the division's whipping boys, heading back down again after just one season.
Agassi has had an extra day's rest since beating Pat Rafter - another dramatic five-setter - and Clement is the one who has had to have his thigh strapped in his last two matches.