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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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The full EFL fixture lists were confirmed on Thursday, Sunderland set to open their campaign against Oxford on August 3, and Clough, who was born in Sunderland, expects Jack Ross' side to be right in the reckoning next term.
A closed-end fund, GLQ uses Clough Capital Partners LP's research-driven process and has an investment objective of providing a high level of total return.
Utilizing Clough Capital's global research capabilities, the Fund will invest in both US and non-US markets.
As to the second of the four epigraphs, "Il doutait de tout, meme de l'amour" (He doubted everything, even love), Clough attributed it to a French novel, as he attributed the other three to Shakespeare, Solutio Sophismatum (sophistical solution), and Horace, respectively.
A big week for Albion begins tonight when they host Liverpool in the EFL Cup, before Clough's former club Derby visit the Pirelli Stadium in the league on Friday evening.
Clough said: "I am disappointed with the performance at every level, we didn't have that energy.
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.
Byline: COILIN DUFFY Oulart (Wex) 3-8 Clough Ballacolla (Ls) 0-13
The interest in Brian Clough shows no sign of waning despite countless books and documentaries dedicated to his idiosyncratically brilliant career over the past decade or so.
Cleckheaton-based Clough & Company has merged with BHP, Yorkshire's largest independent firm of chartered accountants, to create a regional practice with six offices, more than 270 people and revenues approaching PS18m - putting the merged firm among the top 40 largest accounting firms in the UK.
NIGEL Clough has injury concerns over two of his Sheffield United first-teamers ahead of tomorrow's FA Cup third-round tie at Villa Park.