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Aus der Sammlung des polnischen Schauspielers Michal Gadomski. mint condition; guter Zustand. Robert Brady (born 14 January 1992) is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a winger and a left-back for Premier League club Burnley and the Republic of Ireland national team. Brady began his career in the Manchester United academy. However, after featuring just once for United's first t mehr lesen ...
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Schlagworte: Autogramm, autograph autographe, unterschrift signature signiert signed original signe, AK Born in Baldoyle, Dublin, Brady attended Pobalscoil Neasáin and was part of their under-16 All-Ireland Championship winning team. He was spotted by Manchester United scouts while playing for St. Kevin's Boys, and joined the club's academy shortly after his 16th birthday in January 2008.[3] He made his first appearance for Manchester United in an under-18s match against Liverpool on 19 January 2008.[4] His reserve team debut came just two months later, in a 3–1 win over Newcastle United.[5] In July 2008, Brady signed on as an academy scholar, and cemented his place in the under-18s throughout the following two seasons, as well as playing for the reserves. In the 2010–11 season, Brady graduated to the reserve team on a permanent basis.[6] He was named as an unused substitute for the first team's League Cup Fourth Round win at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers on 26 October 2010.[7] He made his only appearance for Manchester United on 26 September 2012, coming on as an 86th-minute substitute for Alexander Büttner in a 2–1 victory over Newcastle United in the third round of the League Cup.[8][9] Hull City Brady playing for Hull City in 2011 On 19 July 2011, Manchester United loaned Brady to Championship club Hull City until 31 December.[10] He made his debut in the first match of the season on 5 August 2011 at the KC Stadium in a 1–0 defeat to Blackpool.[11] Three weeks later, he scored his first competitive goal for the Tigers in a 1–0 win against Reading at the KC Stadium.[12] The loan was extended until the end of the 2011–12 season on 5 January 2012.[13] On 21 January, Brady scored in a 1–0 win against Reading at the Madejski Stadium.[14] On 5 November 2012, Manchester United loaned Brady to Hull until 2 January 2013.[15] He came off the bench the following day against Wolverhampton Wanderers as a replacement for Liam Rosenior.[16] Brady scored his first goal since returning to Hull on 8 December 2012 against Watford; he scored with a 25-yard free kick that went in off the crossbar, making it 2–0 to Hull.[17] On 8 January 2013, Brady was signed by Hull on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee.[18] Brady scored a first-half penalty in Hull's opening home Premier League match on 24 August 2013, giving them a 1–0 win against Norwich City.[19] He went on to score two more goals in the Premier League the following month. He then underwent two separate groin operations which made him miss most of the rest of the season.[20] Brady scored three goals during the 2014–15 campaign including two goals in the second leg of the Europa League play-off round tie against Belgian Pro League side K.S.C. Lokeren on 28 August. Hull won 2–1 on the night but lost the tie on the away goals rule.[21] There was to be more disappointment for Brady as Hull were relegated after finishing the season in 18th position, three points behind Aston Villa.[22] Norwich City On 29 July 2015, Brady joined newly promoted side Norwich City on a three-year deal, for a reported fee of £7 million.[23][24] He netted his first league goal in a Norwich City shirt on 26 September 2015, opening the scoring in a 2–2 draw against West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground.[25] On 1 March 2016, Brady lost two teeth in a clash of heads with teammate Gary O'Neil in a Premier League match against Chelsea.[26] Norwich ended the season in 19th place which meant back-to-back relegations for Brady.[27] Brady opened his 2016–17 goalscoring account on 1 October 2016 with a stunning 25-yard strike in the 2–1 away win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.[28] He doubled his goal tally for the season on 5 November, opening the scoring in a 3–2 home defeat to Leeds United.[29] On 31 December, Brady was sent off in the 0–0 draw at Brentford in a controversial decision with manager Alex Neil saying: "Robbie clearly isn't going in to injure the lad and both of them are sliding at impact, but we're not getting the rub of the green right now and that's just another example."[30] Norwich appealed the red card shown to Brady but it was rejected, meaning the Irishman would miss the next three matches.[31] He returned to the side for a 1–0 defeat by Southampton in the FA Cup on 18 January 2017[32] and scored a penalty in the following league match, a 3–1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.[33] On 28 January, he made his final appearance for Norwich in a 2–0 win over Birmingham City, registering an assist for a Timm Klose goal just before half-time.[34] Burnley On 31 January 2017, the final day of the January transfer window in England, Brady completed a move to Premier League club Burnley in a club record deal reportedly worth £13 million, meaning he would link up with his longtime friend Jeff Hendrick and international teammate Stephen Ward. He signed a three-and-a-half-year deal with the option of another year.[35] Four days later, he made his Burnley debut as a second-half substitute in a 2–1 away defeat to Watford.[36] Eight days after that, on 12 February, he scored his first Burnley goal, a 20-yard free kick, on his full debut for the club in a 1–1 home draw against league leaders Chelsea.[37] In the following match on 25 February, Brady provided an assist for Michael Keane's equalising goal in the 1–1 draw away to Hull City, his former club.[38] International career Youth In September 2010, Brady made his under-21 debut in the Cornaredo Stadium in Lugano.[6] On 9 August 2011, Brady scored two goals in a 2–1 win for Republic of Ireland U21s in a friendly match against Austria U21s.[39] He also scored in the 2013 European Championship qualifiers against Hungary and Liechtenstein.[40][41] On 26 February 2012, Brady was named 2011 Under-21 International Player of the Year for his terrific performances throughout the year.[42] In September 2012, he became the record goalscorer at Irish under-21 level with his seventh goal for his country.[6] Senior Brady before the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Austria in September 2013 On 8 September 2012, Brady received his first senior international call-up for a friendly against Oman.[43] He scored and set up two more goals in a 4–1 victory over the Arab opponents.[44] On 18 November 2014, he scored his first brace for Ireland against the United States.[45][46] On 29 March 2015, Brady started at left-back in Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland at the Aviva Stadium in a match that finished 1–1.[47] On 13 November 2015, Brady scored in the 82nd minute of the crucial Euro 2016 play-off first leg match against Bosnia and Herzegovina to earn a 1–1 draw.[48] Three days later, he assisted one of Jonathan Walters' two goals to earn Ireland a 2–0 victory and qualification to UEFA Euro 2016.[49] On 22 June 2016, Brady scored a crucial header against Italy in the 85th minute of Ireland's last Euro 2016 group stage match resulting in a 1–0 victory, which enabled Ireland to progress to the knockout stage of the competition as one of the best-performing third-placed teams.[50] He also scored a penalty in Ireland's 2–1 defeat to the host nation, France, as The Boys in Green exited the tournament in the Round of 16 stage.[51] On 28 March 2017, Brady captained Ireland for the first time in a 1–0 defeat friendly international defeat against Iceland at the Aviva Stadium.[52] Personal life Brady is in a relationship with choreographer Kerrie Harris, who runs a dance school called Soul2Sole Dance Academy in her native Swords, Dublin. They have one child together, a daughter named Halle.[53] His younger brother, Gareth, has played internationally for Ireland at under-17 level.[54] His other brother, Liam, also appeared for Ireland at under-18 level. (wikipedia)

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Aus der Sammlung des polnischen Schauspielers Michal Gadomski. mint condition; guter Zustand. James Philip Milner (born 4 January 1986) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Liverpool. A versatile player, he has been used in many different positions such as on the wing, in midfield and at full back. Milner's talent in football, cricket, and long-distance ru mehr lesen ...
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Schlagworte: Autogramm, autograph autographe, unterschrift signature signiert signed original signe, AK Born in Wortley, Leeds,[4] Milner played most of his childhood football for Westbrook Lane Primary School in Horsforth. He was later educated at Horsforth School. Graeme Coulson, a coach from Rawdon, recognised Milner's talent and persuaded him to play for Rawdon in several tournaments, including a tournament at Rawdon Meadows, where Milner scored four goals in their victory in the final.[5] I noted his name and it was one not to be forgotten. He was an outstanding talent scoring lots of goals but he was also very strong. –Graeme Coulson[5] Milner was described as a "first class" student at his school; he left with 11 GCSEs and an award for his performance in physical education.[5][6] Milner played for the Yorkshire Schools cricket team, was the cross-country champion at his school for three consecutive years and was the district champion over 100 metres for two years in a row.[5] He then completed his studies at Boston Spa School,[7] a sports college which was a partner to the football club.[8] Milner supported his hometown club Leeds United from a young age. His earliest memory of the team was watching them win the FA Youth Cup in 1993. He and his parents, Peter and Lesley, were season ticket holders and Milner later became a ball boy for the club.[9] When Milner was 10 years old, he joined the Leeds United Academy after being spotted by a scout while playing for Westbrook Juniors in Horsforth.[5] At the academy, Milner played against contemporaries from other clubs in the north, including future Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. His role model was Leeds-born Alan Smith, who was then a Leeds United striker. Milner believed playing with Smith put him through a learning curve, as Smith had done what Milner aspired to do; that is, to come through the academy and play for the first team.[9] Having made good progress at the Academy, Milner was taken on as a trainee after leaving school.[5] However, his father insisted that he attend college once a week to continue his education.[10] Milner continued to excel in the youth team, and played for England at under-15 and under-17 levels.[5][11] He helped the England under-17 team win the 2002 Nationwide summer tournament against Italy, Czech Republic and Brazil, scoring a goal against the latter.[12] Club career Leeds United Milner's first-team debut for Leeds came on 10 November 2002, in a match against West Ham United, when he came on as a substitute for Jason Wilcox for the last six minutes.[citation needed] The appearance made him the second youngest player ever to play in the Premier League, at the age of 16 years and 309 days.[13] On 26 December 2002, he became at 16 years and 356 days the youngest player to score in the Premier League, with a goal in a 2–1 win against Sunderland.[9][14] His record was broken by James Vaughan of Everton in 2005.[15] In a match against Chelsea a month later, Milner scored again, with a deft first touch of the ball and manoeuvre, in order to avoid a tackle from Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly, that won widespread praise from commentators.[citation needed] The manoeuvre created a yard of space for him to deliver a curling shot from 18 yards (16 m).[16] Reporters were impressed by his overall performance in the match, especially by his desire, confidence, and ability with both feet.[citation needed] Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri remarked after the match that Milner had performed like a much more experienced player.[17] The performance prompted comparisons to England internationals Michael Owen and Wayne Rooney, who had also come to footballing prominence as teenagers.[18] After more appearances for Leeds, Milner signed a five-year contract with them on 10 February 2003.[19] At the start of the 2003–04 season, Milner was sent on a one-month loan to Second Division club Swindon Town to gain experience as a first-team player.[citation needed] Before the stint, he saw it as a valuable experience as a player.[9] He spent a month with Swindon, playing in six matches and scoring two goals against Peterborough United[20] and Luton Town.[21] However, Leeds' fortunes were on the decline; the team became the subject of numerous negative stories in the media, and several first-team players were sold.[citation needed] Milner said he believed that this experience made him emotionally stronger and taught him how to deal with team problems.[9] Leeds's eventual relegation to the Championship led to speculation over Milner's future at the club.[citation needed] Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Everton all expressed an interest in signing him.[13] Ultimately, Villa and Everton did not make offers and Milner rejected an offer from Tottenham as they were based too far from his family home, where he still lived.[22][23] Leeds insisted that he would not be sold and the chairman of the club at the time even referred to him as "the future of Leeds".[9] Nonetheless, financial problems eventually forced Leeds to sell Milner to Newcastle United for an initial price of £3.6 million.[citation needed] Although Milner was not happy to be leaving the club he had supported as a child, he wished to do what was "in the club's best interest"[9] and in July 2004, he agreed a five-year contract with Newcastle.[13] Newcastle United Milner playing for Newcastle United in 2004 Milner made his first appearance for Newcastle United during their pre-season tour of Asia, scoring his first goal for the club in a 1–1 draw against Kitchee, in Hong Kong.[24] During this tour, he took the opportunity to observe how Newcastle striker Alan Shearer dealt with attention from fans and the media.[citation needed] He said that his association with people like Shearer gave him a better idea of how to deal with the media.[6] Milner's first Premier League match for Newcastle came against Middlesbrough on 18 August 2004, in which he played on the extreme right of the field as a Winger, despite having featured regularly on the left for Leeds.[citation needed] When asked about this after the match, Milner said he had no preference where on the pitch he played.[25] A month later he made his debut in European competition, when Newcastle played in the UEFA Cup against Bnei Sakhnin from Israel, after coming on as a substitute for Shola Ameobi.[26] In the same month, he scored his first competitive goal for the club, also as a substitute, in a 3–1 win against West Bromwich Albion.[27] However, the situation changed for Milner after Newcastle manager Bobby Robson, whom Milner considered his mentor, was sacked and replaced by Graeme Souness.[citation needed] Under Souness, he started 13 league matches, but did not play his first full Premier League match for Newcastle until April 2005.[citation needed] By the end of the season, he had made 41 appearances in all competitions and scored once.[citation needed] Souness did not make Milner a regular in the Newcastle team and controversially remarked that the club would not win "with a team of James Milners".[citation needed] Milner's response to this statement was reported as "mature".[28] He did however confirm that he was frustrated at not being used as a starter for most of the season.[29] At the start of the 2005–06 season, Milner scored in Newcastle's 3–1 away win against FK ZTS Dubnica in the UEFA Intertoto Cup, and also set up Alan Shearer for the team's third goal.[30] His good run of form in this competition continued when he scored in the next round against Deportivo La Coruña.[citation needed] Despite these goals, a clause in Newcastle's purchase of Nolberto Solano from Aston Villa resulted in Milner being loaned to Villa for the rest of the season.[citation needed] Villa manager David O'Leary, who had managed Milner at Leeds, was happy to acquire Milner in this deal, saying that he believed Villa got the better of the deal and that he hoped to improve him as a player.[31][32] Aston Villa (loan) Milner made his Villa debut on 12 September 2005 in a Premier League match against West Ham United.[citation needed] Five days later, he scored his first goal for the club in a 1–1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur.[citation needed] In a League Cup match less than a week later, he helped his team recover from being 3–1 down at half-time to win 8–3 against Wycombe Wanderers, scoring two goals in the second half comeback.[33] Throughout the season Milner was positive about his team.[citation needed] He remained confident that Villa would recover from a poor start to the season and praised the quality of the squad.[34] Milner was generally seen as a positive signing in a season that was disappointing for Villa.[35] Milner himself also received the loan move positively, saying that he would like to join Villa permanently because of the probability of becoming a regular starter, but admitted that the possibility of this happening was beyond his control.[36] Manager David O'Leary confirmed during the season that he would like Milner to join the club permanently, but doubted he would be given the opportunity to sign him.[37] He even pulled out of signing Robert Huth so that he would have the funds to sign Milner permanently if the opportunity arose.[38] Shortly before the end of his loan period, negotiations between Villa and Newcastle began. The newly appointed Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder appeared to appreciate Milner's ability more than Souness and expressed a desire that he remain a Newcastle player.[39] This, as well as the departure of O'Leary and the shortage of transfer funds at Villa, meant that a deal to sign Milner permanently seemed unlikely.[40] In June, it became even less likely when Villa rejected an offer of Milner as part of a trade for Gareth Barry.[41] However, the deal was resurrected when Villa were taken over by American billionaire Randy Lerner, and Martin O'Neill was appointed as new Villa manager.[citation needed] Villa made an improved offer on 30 August, which was accepted by Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd.[citation needed] Media sources quoted the transfer fee as being £4 million.[citation needed] A move to Villa appeared to have been agreed, but at the last moment Newcastle recalled Milner and the talks broke down.[42][43] Return to Newcastle United Milner taking a free kick for Newcastle United in 2007 Newcastle's players and manager Glenn Roeder reacted positively to Milner's return at the start of the 2006–07 season.[44] Roeder praised Milner for the way he had handled the failed Villa transfer, although Roeder's own handling of the negotiations was criticised.[citation needed] Roeder confirmed that he would play Milner in "plenty of games" during the season.[citation needed] This proved to be the case, as Milner was a starter in the Newcastle team for the entire season.[42] Newcastle made a poor start in the 2006–07 Premier League, but in European competition, Milner played a key role in helping Newcastle advance through the group stage of the UEFA Cup.[citation needed] Shortly after, rumours began to spread that he would be sold during the transfer window in January, although both Milner and Roeder dismissed these rumours.[45] On 1 January 2007, Milner scored his first goal of the season in a 2–2 draw with Manchester United.[citation needed] The goal came from a "stunning" shot from 25 yards (23 m) away.[46] He scored two more goals during the next three weeks, against Birmingham City and then against West Ham United.[citation needed] Both of these were scored from at least 20 yards (20 m) away.[citation needed] Later in the season, Roeder praised the progress Milner had made and said that he believed him to be the hardest-training player at the club.[citation needed] Also during the season, Milner displayed his ability to play comfortably in a range of different positions by scoring and setting up goals with both feet from both sides.[47] As a result, Milner signed a new contract at Newcastle in January, which secured his future at the club until 2011.[48][49] He signed another four-year contract in May 2007, when Sam Allardyce took over as manager of Newcastle.[50] Milner said later in the year that he was happy about his future at the club and its new manager saying that the training sessions were "the best since I have been here".[51] Allardyce said during the season that Milner was so keen to play, that he was concerned he would "burn out mentally [and] physically".[citation needed] As a result, Milner played mainly as a substitute in the early part of the season.[52] In late October, he scored Newcastle's 500th home Premier League goal in a 3–1 win over Tottenham Hotspur.[53] A second Premier League goal of the season came fortuitously in the Tyne–Wear derby from a shot intended as a cross.[54] Allardyce praised Milner highly during the season, saying he was "a hugely experienced Premier League player".[55] After missing the final nine matches of the season due to a foot injury,[56] it was rumoured in May 2008 that he would be part of a transfer between Newcastle and Liverpool.[57] Despite starting the season for Newcastle and scoring in a League Cup win over Coventry City, it was revealed after the match that Milner had handed in a written transfer request the week before.[58] Aston Villa Milner training with Aston Villa in 2009 Milner signed for Aston Villa on 29 August 2008 for a fee of £12 million,[59] and signed a four-year contract with the club.[60] Milner made his debut for Villa on 31 August 2008 as a second-half substitute against Liverpool.[61] His first goals in his second spell at Villa came in a third round FA Cup tie against Gillingham at Priestfield Stadium on 4 January 2009 on his 23rd birthday, where he scored both goals in a 2–1 win for Villa.[62] Milner's first Premier League goal in his second spell at Villa came on 17 January 2009 in a 2–1 win against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.[63] On 7 February 2009, Milner was named to the England senior team squad for the first time, after a run at club level that had impressed England manager Fabio Capello.[64] Milner continued to impress and scored his second league goal of the season against Blackburn Rovers on 7 February and scored a free kick from outside the penalty area at home against Everton as Villa came back from a 3–1 deficit to draw 3–3 on 12 April.[65] He stated that his time at Villa is the "most settled" period of his career so far, having played under thirteen managers and caretakers despite being only 23.[66][67] At the start of the 2009–10 season, Milner moved into the centre of midfield after the sale of captain Gareth Barry to Manchester City.[68] On 28 February 2010, he scored the opening goal in the 2010 League Cup Final with a penalty.[69] Villa were eventually beaten 2–1 by Manchester United.[69] Milner ended the season with 12 goals and was named Aston Villa's Fan's Player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year.[70] On 19 May 2010, Manchester City made a £20 million offer for Milner which was rejected.[71] On 22 July 2010, Villa manager Martin O'Neill said that Milner had shown a desire to leave Villa for City, but would only be sold at Villa's valuation.[72] On 14 August despite being on the verge of a move to Manchester City, Milner played in Villa's first match of the season against West Ham United, scoring Villa's third goal.[citation needed] Milner was given a standing ovation when he was substituted near the end of the match.[73] Manchester City Milner playing for Manchester City in 2012 On 17 August 2010, it was reported that Aston Villa had agreed a deal with Manchester City to sell Milner subject to a medical.[citation needed] The deal was reported to be worth around £26 million,[74] including a player exchange of Stephen Ireland.[75] Milner made his debut for City on 23 August 2010 in a 3–0 home win against Liverpool, where he set up the first goal for former Villa teammate Gareth Barry.[76] Milner scored his first competitive goal for Manchester City in an FA Cup third-round match at Leicester City which ended in a 2–2 draw.[77] The Leicester match was the start of a cup run that saw Manchester City reach the 2011 FA Cup Final.[citation needed] Milner was an unused substitute as Manchester City beat Stoke City 1–0 to win the cup.[78] Milner scored his first Premier League goal for Manchester City against Everton on 24 September 2011.[citation needed] Two matches later, he scored his second, against former club Aston Villa in a 4–1 win.[citation needed] The following week, Milner had a hand in two goals as Manchester City won the Manchester derby at Old Trafford 6–1, inflicting Manchester United's heaviest home league defeat since 1930.[79] On 3 January 2012, Milner scored his third goal of the season, a penalty, against Liverpool.[citation needed] Manchester City won the match 3–0.[citation needed] Over the course of the 2011–12 season, Milner made 26 Premier League appearances as Manchester City won the league title for the first time in 44 years.[citation needed] On 6 October 2012, Milner scored his first goal of the 2012–13 season from a free kick to seal a 3–0 win against Sunderland.[80] On 20 October, he received his first Premier League red card in a 2–1 win at West Bromwich Albion.[81] On 28 November, he scored away at Wigan Athletic in a 2–0 win for City.[citation needed] On 13 January 2013, he scored City's opening goal in a 2–0 away win at Arsenal, which was the first time a City player had scored away at Arsenal in the League since 2007 and City's first win in the league at Arsenal since 1975.[82] On 8 April, he scored in the Manchester derby as City beat Manchester United 2–1 at Old Trafford.[83] On 10 December 2013, Milner scored the winning goal in a 3–2 win against the reigning European champions Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in the UEFA Champions League, becoming the first English player to score for Manchester City in the competition that season.[84][85] Liverpool Milner competing with Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric in the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final. On 4 June 2015, Milner agreed to join Liverpool on a free transfer from Manchester City.[86][87] On 7 August 2015, Milner was announced as the vice captain.[88] Milner played his first competitive match for the club in 1–0 win over Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium.[89] Milner captained Liverpool for the first time on his third appearance for the club, a 0–0 draw at Arsenal.[90] On 26 September 2015, he scored his debut goal for Liverpool in a 3–2 win against his former club Aston Villa at Anfield.[91] He appeared in the 2016 UEFA Europa League Final at the end of his first season with the club.[92] Milner ended his first season with Liverpool scoring seven goals in all competitions.[93] On 19 March 2017, Milner scored in Liverpool's 1–1 draw against former club Man City. In doing so, he broke a Premier League record by a player for the most matches scored in without losing (47 matches).[94] On 4 April 2018, he equalled the Champions league assist record (8 assists) by assisting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s goal against Man City in the quarter-final first leg.[95] On 24 April 2018, Milner broke that record, becoming the first player in Champions League history to provide 9 assists in a single season, setting up Roberto Firmino's second goal during the 5–2 semi-final, first leg win vs Roma.[96] International career Youth Milner (right) playing for the England under-21 team After representing England at the under-15 and under-17 levels, Milner was promoted to the under-20 level and called up for the 2003 World Youth Championship.[citation needed] Soon after this, under-21 manager Peter Taylor called him up to the England under-21 team and Milner made his debut against Sweden on 30 March 2004.[97] Milner scored his first goal for the England under-21 team during the 2004–05 season in a qualification match for the 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, against Wales.[citation needed] During the match, in which he played in the centre of midfield, he also set up a scoring chance for Darren Bent as the Young Lions won 2–0.[98] Despite domestic club troubles, he continued to make progress at international level, scoring the winning goal for the England under-21 team in a 3–2 win over Switzerland.[citation needed] The win secured England a place in the playoff stage of the 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifiers.[99] In June, Milner competed for England at the 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.[citation needed] He played in all four of England's matches and was booked in the semi-final against the Netherlands, which meant he would have missed the final.[citation needed] The match was decided by a penalty shoot-out, in which Milner scored twice and England lost 13–12.[100] Milner was included in the under-21 squad for a friendly against Romania, which ended in a 1–1 draw.[101] A month later, Milner set an England under-21 record by making his 30th appearance for the team in a 3–0 win against Montenegro.[citation needed] During this match, he set up the first goal from a corner.[citation needed] Historically, players with several England Under-21 appearances have not progressed to become regulars in the senior team, which has led some to doubt whether Milner would be able to successfully make the transition.[102] In October, he scored his third goal for the under-21 team in a 3–0 win over Republic of Ireland.[103] He scored again in the return match four months later that England also won 3–0.[104] Milner continued to be a regular and was the only player, along with Joe Hart and captain Steven Taylor, to have played in all the qualifiers for the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.[citation needed] In the summer of 2009, he was in the final 23-man U21 squad for the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Sweden.[citation needed] He helped set up the winning goal for Micah Richards against Finland, and manager Stuart Pearce said after the match, "The modern-day full-back can get up and down the pitch and I knew [Milner] would be comfortable".[105] In England's second match against Spain, Milner had a penalty well saved by Sergio Asenjo, and scored England's second goal in a 2–0 win.[106] England faced the hosts Sweden in the semi-finals.[citation needed] In the first minute of the match, Milner delivered a corner that was headed in by Martin Cranie to give England the lead.[citation needed] Another corner from Milner would set up England's third goal, an own goal by Mattias Bjärsmyr.[citation needed] After the match ended in a 3–3 draw, it went to a penalty shoot-out.[citation needed] Milner was the only England player to miss in the shoot-out after he slipped just before kicking the ball, causing it to sail over the crossbar.[citation needed] England won the shoot-out 5–4 to advance to the final for the first time in 25 years.[107] England lost the final to Germany 4–0 and Milner said after the match that the team was "hurting" and that the way in which the team lost was "not good enough".[108] The final was his last match for the under-21 team.[citation needed] His 46 appearances at under-21 level are a national record.[109] Senior Milner playing for England at UEFA Euro 2012 In August 2009, Milner made his debut for the England senior team, when he came on as a substitute in a friendly match against the Netherlands for the final 23 minutes.[citation needed] The match ended in a 2–2 draw.[110] He played twice more for England the following month against Slovenia in another friendly and made his competitive debut four days later in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Croatia, where he played the final nine minutes.[citation needed] England won the latter match 5–1 to secure qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[citation needed] He was named in the final 23-man squad for the World Cup finals in South Africa and was selected in the starting eleven for England's first match of the tournament against the United States, however he was substituted after 30 minutes.[111] In England's third match against Slovenia, he set up the only goal of the match with a cross for Jermain Defoe.[112] He captained England for the first time for the final 10 minutes of the match in a 2–1 loss against France on 17 November 2010, when both Rio Ferdinand and Steven Gerrard had been substituted.[113] Milner played in six matches during qualifying for UEFA Euro 2012, and was named in Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad for the tournament.[114] Milner started Hodgson's first match in charge, a 1–0 friendly win against Norway.[115] On 7 September 2012, Milner scored his first international goal in a 5–0 win away to Moldova during 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying.[116] On 5 August 2016, Milner announced his retirement from international duty following discussions with new England manager Sam Allardyce.[117] Style of play Milner playing for Manchester City in the 2014 FA Community Shield Milner is regarded as being a tenacious footballer.[10][34][118] As a result, his main role on the team is as a wide midfielder who creates scoring opportunities, as well as taking the ball past defenders.[citation needed] He could be deemed a traditional English winger.[citation needed] While Milner does not score many goals, he does have a good record at providing assists.[119] Nolberto Solano, a former teammate, said that because of his ability, Milner would "become an important team player".[120] After his move to Newcastle, he began playing more as a winger.[25] He has been described as "comfortable on either wing".[119] He has also been used occasionally as a central midfielder, a striker and as an emergency right-back, generally during an injury crisis.[citation needed] Manuel Pellegrini, who managed Milner at Manchester City, described Milner as the most complete English player in the modern game praising his all round ability, commitment, performance level and versatility.[121] Milner has the ability to pass accurately and shoot from a great distance from goal.[119] As a result, he usually goes forward for set pieces and is often a candidate to take corners and free kicks.[122] Critical opinion is divided as to Milner's crossing ability.[citation needed] While some commentators have been critical of his ability in this area, other journalists have said that Milner can produce accurate crosses.[119][123][124] All my life I've wanted to do what I'm doing now. Now I'm here, and enjoying every minute of it. You've got to make a few sacrifices, but I don't mind that. –James Milner[10] Milner, in his time at the club, was described on the Newcastle United official website as "a good reader of the game".[125] This awareness allows him to pass the ball from a range of positions to teammates making forward runs, as well as giving him the confidence to take on defenders.[122] His awareness and willingness to pass have been called mature for a player of his age.[18] Milner has expressed a willingness to play as much as possible[126] and feels that Wayne Rooney's move to Manchester United and success as a player has taken a lot of pressure off his own career, commenting, "I have been able to concentrate on football and ignore everything else".[28] During his career, Milner has been booked 15 times and been sent off once, against West Bromwich Albion on 20 October 2012.[127] Despite being a winger by trade, Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill stated in November 2009 that he thought Milner's versatility could lead to him becoming an accomplished central midfielder at some point in his career.[citation needed] Milner played in a number of different positions for Aston Villa, including both wings, in central midfield and even as a right back.(wikipedia)

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Schlagworte: Autogramm, autograph autographe, unterschrift signature signiert signed original signe, AK 1961 war Swansea Town der erste walisische Klub, der im Europapokal spielte, als die Mannschaft gegen den DDR-Vertreter Motor Jena in der ersten Runde des Europapokals der Pokalsieger ausschied. Aus den 1960er-Jahren stammt auch der Zuschauerrekord des Klubs. Am 17. Februar 1968 kamen im FA-Cup-Spiel gegen den FC Arsenal 32.796 Besucher in das damalige Stadion Vetch Field. Swansea City gewann bisher neun Mal den walisischen Fußballpokal; 1926 und 1964 erreichte der Klub das Halbfinale im FA Cup. 1981 gelang unter dem Trainer John Toshack erstmals der Aufstieg in die erste englische Liga (damals First Division), doch bereits nach zwei Jahren stieg der Klub wieder ab. Seit April 2004 war Kenny Jackett Trainer der Mannschaft. Nachdem der Verein seit 2001 in der untersten englischen Profiliga spielte, gelang 2005 über die Playoffs der Sprung in die Football League One (dritte Liga), wo auf Anhieb der sechste Platz und damit die erneute Chance zum Aufstieg über die Playoffs erreicht wurde. Im Halbfinale ging zwar das Hinspiel gegen den FC Brentford mit 0:1 verloren, aber im Rückspiel konnten die Swans in Brentford 2:0 gewinnen und erreichten so das Playoff-Finale gegen den FC Barnsley, das am 27. Mai 2006 im Millennium Stadium von Cardiff ausgetragen wurde. Nach regulärer Spielzeit und Verlängerung stand es 2:2, so dass das Elfmeterschießen entscheiden musste. Hier unterlag Swansea City nach zwei Fehlschüssen mit 3:4 und verpasste so den Aufstieg in die Football League Championship. Dieser gelang am Ende der Saison 2007/08 durch den Gewinn der Meisterschaft in der Football League One. Swansea City, Aufstiegsfeier 2011 In der Saison 2010/11 erreichte Swansea City mit dem neuen Trainer Brendan Rodgers schließlich das Playoff um den Aufstieg in Englands höchste Spielklasse, die Premier League. Im Finale konnte der FC Reading vor über 86.000 Zuschauern im Wembley-Stadion mit 4:2 besiegt werden, wobei Scott Sinclair einen Hattrick erzielte.[1] Damit ist Swansea der erste walisische Verein, der in der Premier League antreten darf. Für Aufsehen sorgte der Verein in seiner ersten Premier League Saison 2011/12, in der man, als Mannschaft mit dem geringsten Etat der gesamten Liga, zu Hause unter anderem die Topklubs FC Arsenal (3:2) und Manchester City (1:0) besiegte und bereits am 35. Spieltag der vorzeitige Klassenerhalt gelang. 2013 erreichte man mit dem neuen Trainer Michael Laudrup nach einem Weiterkommen gegen den FC Chelsea im Halbfinale (2:0 im Hinspiel in London; 0:0 im Rückspiel) das Finale des League Cup. Dieses gewann der Verein am 24. Februar 2013 im Wembley-Stadion mit einem 5:0-Sieg gegen den Viertligisten Bradford City. Noch nie zuvor hatte eine Mannschaft das League Cup Finale höher gewinnen können. Die Tore für Swansea erzielten Nathan Dyer (2), Jonathan DeGuzman (2) und Michu. Insgesamt 33.000 Fans waren im Stadion dabei. Im Umfeld des Spiels machte die Nachricht die Runde, dass angeblich ein Film über die raketenartige Entwicklung von Swansea City in den letzten zehn Jahren geplant sei.[2] Durch den Gewinn des League Cup qualifizierte sich Swansea für die Teilnahme an der UEFA Europa League 2013/14 und erreichte, nach Siegen in den Qualifikationsrunden, in den Playoffs, auch die Gruppenphase der Europa League. Durch einen zweiten Platz in der Gruppenrunde qualifizierte sich Swansea für das Sechzehntelfinale, wo sie jedoch gegen den SSC Neapel ausschieden. Stadien Von 1912 bis 2005 spielte Swansea City auf dem Vetch Field. Das Stadion erhielt seinen Namen („Wicken-Acker“) von seinem Bauplatz, einem mit Wicken bewachsenen Brachland. Noch 1968 fasste es 33.000 Zuschauer (FA-Cup gegen den FC Arsenal), zuletzt war es noch für 11.500 Zuschauer zugelassen. Seit 2005 spielt City im Liberty Stadium, einem 27 Millionen Pfund teuren Neubau mit 20.000 Sitzplätzen, das sich der Verein mit dem Rugby-Team Ospreys teilt und von den Fans „White Rock“ (Weißer Felsen) genannt wird. Rivalität Erzrivale der Swans ist Cardiff City, mit denen man sich schon viele Jahre um die Vorherrschaft in Wales streitet. Begegnungen beider Vereine sind stets Risikospiele, die in der Vergangenheit häufig zu zahlreichen Festnahmen führten. Unterschiedliche Ligazugehörigkeiten ließen die Rivalität zeitweise ruhen. Nach dem Aufstieg von Cardiff kam es in der Saison 2013/14 zu den beiden ersten walisischen Duellen in der Premier League. Erfolge Der Welsh Cup Der englische Ligapokal League Cup (1): 2013 Football League Trophy (2): 1994, 2006 Welsh Cup (10): 1913, 1932, 1950, 1961, 1966, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1989, 1991 Kader Saison 2017/18 Stand: 8. Februar 2018[3] Nr. Nat. Name Geburtstag im Verein seit Vertrag bis Tor 1 Polen Lukasz Fabianski 18.04.1985 2014 2019 13 Schweden Kristoffer Nordfeldt 23.06.1989 2015 2020 25 Niederlande Erwin Mulder 03.03.1989 2017 2020 Abwehr 5 Niederlande Mike van der Hoorn 31.10.1992 2016 2019 6 England Alfie Mawson 19.01.1994 2016 2020 16 Schweden Martin Olsson 17.05.1988 2017 2019 22 Spanien Ángel Rangel Kapitän der Mannschaft 28.10.1982 2007 2018 26 England Kyle Naughton 11.11.1988 2015 2020 27 England Kyle Bartley 22.05.1991 2012 2021 33 Argentinien Federico Fernández 21.02.1989 2014 2020 52 Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Connor Roberts 23.09.1995 2014 2019 Mittelfeld 4 Südkorea Ki Sung-yong 24.01.1989 2012 2018 7 England Leon Britton 16.09.1982 2011 2018 8 Niederlande Leroy Fer 05.01.1990 2016 2019 12 England Nathan Dyer 29.11.1987 2009 2020 14 England Tom Carroll 28.05.1992 2017 2020 15 England Wayne Routledge 07.01.1985 2011 2019 17 England Sam Clucas 25.09.1990 2017 2021 24 Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Andy King 29.10.1988 2018 2018 35 Portugal Renato Sanches 18.08.1997 2017 2018 51 Spanien Roque Mesa 07.06.1989 2017 2021 Sturm 2 Elfenbeinküste Wilfried Bony 10.12.1988 2017 2019 10 England Tammy Abraham 02.10.1997 2017 2018 11 Niederlande Luciano Narsingh 13.09.1990 2017 2019 18 Ghana Jordan Ayew 11.09.1991 2017 2020 19 Ghana André Ayew 17.12.1989 2018 2021 Verliehene Spieler Nr. Position Name 20 Ecuador MF Jefferson Montero (an FC Getafe bis zum 30. Juni 2018) 21 England MF Matt Grimes (an Northampton Town bis zum 30. Juni 2018) 51 Spanien MF Roque Mesa (an FC Sevilla bis zum 30. Juni 2018) 56 Schottland MF Jay Fulton (an Wigan Athletic bis zum 30. Juni 2018) Nr. Position Name 62 Schottland MF Oliver McBurnie (an FC Barnsley bis zum 30. Juni 2018) — Spanien AB Jordi Amat (an Betis Sevilla bis zum 30. Juni 2018) — Spanien ST Borja (an FC Málaga bis zum 30. Juni 2018) Ligazugehörigkeit 1920–1925: Football League Third Division 1925–1947: Football League Second Division 1947–1949: Football League Third Division 1949–1965: Football League Second Division 1965–1967: Football League Third Division 1967–1970: Football League Fourth Division 1970–1973: Football League Third Division 1973–1978: Football League Fourth Division 1978–1979: Football League Third Division 1979–1981: Football League Second Division 1981–1983: Football League First Division 1983–1984: Football League Second Division 1984–1986: Football League Third Division 1986–1988: Football League Fourth Division 1988–1992: Football League Third Division 1992–1996: Football League Second Division 1996–2000: Football League Third Division 2000–2001: Football League Second Division 2001–2004: Football League Third Division 2004–2005: Football League Two 2005–2008: Football League One 2008–2011: Football League Championship 2011–2018: Premier League 2018–: Football League Championship Trainerhistorie Name Nationalität Von Bis Walter Whittaker England England 1. Aug. 1912 31. Mai 1914 William Bartlett England England 1. Aug. 1914 31. Mai 1914 Joe Bradshaw England England 1. Aug. 1919 1. Mai 1926 Jimmy Thomson England England 1. Feb. 1927 31. Mai 1931 Neil Harris Schottland Schottland 1. Juli 1934 1. Mai 1939 Haydn Green England England 1. Mai 1939 1. Sep. 1947 Billy McCandless Nordirland Nordirland 1. Nov. 1948 1. Juli 1955 Ronnie Burgess Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Juli 1955 1. Aug. 1958 Trevor Morris Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Aug. 1958 31. Mai 1965 Glyn Davies Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Juni 1965 1. Okt. 1966 Billy Lucas Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Feb. 1967 1. Mär. 1969 Roy Bentley England England 1. Aug. 1969 16. Okt. 1972 Harry Gregg Nordirland Nordirland 1. Nov. 1972 1. Jan. 1975 Harry Griffiths Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Jan. 1975 29. Okt. 1977 Harry Griffiths Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 22. Nov. 1977 1. Feb. 1978 John Toshack Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 1. Feb. 1978 29. Okt. 1983 Doug Livermore (interim) England England 29. Okt. 1983 21. Dez. 1983 John Toshack Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 21. Dez. 1983 4. Mär. 1984 Les Chappell (interim) England England 4. Mär. 10984 16. Mai 1984 Colin Appleton England England 16. Mai 1984 6. Dez. 1984 John Bond England England 16. Dez. 1984 20. Dez. 1985 Tommy Hutchison Schottland Schottland 21. Dez. 1985 1. Mai 1986 Terry Yorath Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 12. Juli 1986 2. Feb. 1989 Ian Evans Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 27. Feb. 1989 13. Mär. 1990 Terry Yorath Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 15. Mär. 1990 21. Mär. 1991 Frank Burrows Schottland Schottland 21. Mär. 1991 31. Juli 1995 Bobby Smith England England 1. Aug. 1995 31. Juli 1996 Kevin Cullis England England 8. Feb. 1996 14. Feb. 1996 Jimmy Rimmer England England 14. Feb. 1996 22. Feb. 1996 Jan Mølby Dänemark Dänemark 22. Feb. 1996 8. Okt. 1997 Micky Adams England England 9. Okt. 1997 22. Okt. 1997 Alan Cork England England 22. Okt. 1997 30. Juni 1998 John Hollins England England 1. Juli 1998 12. Sep. 2001 Colin Addison England England 13. Sep. 2001 7. Mär. 2002 Roger Freestone Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 8. Mär. 2002 20. Apr. 2002 Nick Cusack England England 8. Mär. 2002 19. Sep. 2002 Brian Flynn Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 19. Sep. 2002 18. Mär. 2004 Alan Curtis (interim) Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 18. Mär. 2004 5. Apr. 2004 Kenny Jackett Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 5. Apr. 2004 15. Feb. 2007 Kevin Nugent (interim) England England 15. Feb. 2007 24. Feb. 2007 Roberto Martínez Spanien Spanien 24. Feb. 2007 15. Juni 2009 Paulo Sousa Portugal Portugal 22. Juni 2009 5. Juli 2010 Brendan Rodgers Nordirland Nordirland 16. Juli 2010 1. Juni 2012 Michael Laudrup Dänemark Dänemark 17. Juni 2012 4. Feb. 2014 Garry Monk England England 4. Feb. 2014 9. Dez. 2015 Alan Curtis (interim) Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 9. Dez. 2015 18. Jan. 2016 Francesco Guidolin Italien Italien 18. Jan. 2016 3. Okt. 2016 Bob Bradley Vereinigte Staaten Vereinigte Staaten 3. Okt. 2016 27. Dez. 2016 Alan Curtis (interim) Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg Wales 27. Dez. 2016 3. Jan. 2017 Paul Clement England England 3. Jan. 2017 20. Dez. 2017 Leon Britton (interim) England England 21. Dez. 2017 28. Dez. 2017 Carlos Carvalhal Portugal Portugal 28. Dez. 2017 18. Mai 2018 Graham Potter England England 11. Juni 2018 Weblinks Commons: Swansea City – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien swanseacity.net: Offizielle Website (englisch) Einzelnachweise theguardian.com: Swansea reach Premier League thanks to Scott Sinclair hat-trick Artikel vom 30. Mai 2011 the guardian, 25. Februar 2013 https://www.swanseacity.com/teams/swansea-city Einklappen Vereine in der englischen Football League Championship 2018/19 Aston Villa | Birmingham City | Blackburn Rovers | Bolton Wanderers | FC Brentford | Bristol City | Derby County | Hull City | Ipswich Town | Leeds United | FC Middlesbrough | FC Millwall | Norwich City | Nottingham Forest | Preston North End | Queens Park Rangers | FC Reading | Rotherham United | Sheffield United | Sheffield Wednesday | Stoke City | Swansea City | West Bromwich Albion | Wigan Athletic Kategorien: Walisischer FußballvereinSport (Swansea) Gegründet 1912 (wikipedia)

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(second part) 1866 / D.T. Valentine ( David Thomas) was a prominent citizen of the city of New York and the compiler of several volumes on the history and government of New York City, including his better known works, the "Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York." His Manuals, published from 1841-1867, were collections of historical, topographic, cartographic and social information as we mehr lesen ...

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2000 Junius Verlag Junius Verlag 2000 Softcover 200 S. 29,8 x 24 x 1,6 cm ISBN: 3885062917 (EAN: 9783885062912 / 978-3885062912)


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Schlagworte: Architektur in Hamburg 2000 Hamburger Architektur des Jahrgangs 2000 Hamburger Architektur-Jahrbuch Gebäude Hamburgischen Architektenkammer Bauwerke Internationale Seegerichtshof Empfangsgebäude der Lufthansa-Technik in Fuhlsbüttel Bürohaus Doppel-XX Bothe Richter Teherani City-Süd Polizeipräsidium Architekten Smart-City Gerkan, Marg & Partner Wandsbek Hochhaus der Hessischen Landesbank Frankfurt Schweger + Partner ICE-Bahnhof Frankfurter Flughafen Expo- und Messebahnhof Hannover-Laatzen Gebäudebesprechungen Plänen zur Hafen-City, dem größten städtebaulichen Projekt in Hamburg der letzten Jahrzehnte, stattgefunden hat, nimmt die 2000er-Ausgabe dieses Thema wieder auf. Experten aus den unterschiedlichsten Bereichen untersuchen die ersten vorliegenden Planungen, vor allem den Masterplan. Ein Fotoessay der Hamburger Fotografen Markus Dorfmüller und Markus Kröger zeigt das für die Hafen-City vorgesehene Gelände in seinem jetzigen Zustand. Abgerundet wird das Jahrbuch durch Beiträge zum von den Hamburger Architekten von Gerkan, Marg & Partner entworfenen Schnellzug Metropolitan Express Train, zur Geschichte der Schrebergärten in Hamburg und zur Restaurierung des Hamburger Rathauses. Das Architekten-Porträt widmet sich in diesem Jahr dem Büro Dinse, Feest, Zurl.Pressestimmen ""Hamburg grüßt hochglänzend. Kühl, wie es der Architekt gern mag. Man ist ganz Tor zur Welt."" (BauNetz) ""Etwas fürs Auge und fürs Hirn bietet das Jahrbuch der Hamburger Architektenkammer. Das Auge wird mit zahlreichen professionellen Fotos und ordentlichen Layout angesprochen, fürs Hirn ist die geradezu literarischen Qualität der Texte"" (AIT) ""Ein Buch, das Architekturfans zum genüsslichen Studium einlädt."" (Hamburger Abendblatt) Übersichtlich und klar gegliedert, untersucht das Jahrbuch Architektur in Hamburg die neue Hamburger Architektur. Die vorgestellten Projekte ABC-Bogen (ArchitektenBothe Richter Teherani) Verwaltungsgebäude Rickmers Reederei (ArchitektRichard Meier) Jugendmusikschule Rotherbaum (Architekt; Enric Miralles) Hamburgische Landesvetretung in Berlin (ArchitektenDinse Feest Zurl) Side-Hotel (ArchitektenAlsop & Störmer) Deutsche Schule in Peking (Architektenvon Gerkan, Marg & Partner) Deutscher Bundesrat (Schweger + Partner)""Hamburg grüßt hochglänzend. Kühl, wie es der Architekt gern mag. Man ist ganz Tor zur Welt."" (BauNetz) ""Etwas fürs Auge und fürs Hirn bietet das Jahrbuch der Hamburger Architektenkammer. Das Auge wird mit zahlreichen professionellen Fotos und ordentlichen Layout angesprochen, fürs Hirn ist die geradezu literarischen Qualität der Texte"" (AIT) ""Ein Buch, das Architekturfans zum genüsslichen Studium einlädt."" (Hamburger Abendblatt)Projekte Bürohaus Dockland BRT Stadtquartier Andresengarten czerner göttsch architekten Airbus A380 Montagehalle GMP Umbau Alsterhaus Christian F. Heine Architekten Neue Messe Hamburg Ingenhoven Architekten Spielbuden Hamburg Lützow 7 + Spengler Wiescholek Villa am Hang/Blankenese Markovic Ronai Lütjen Voss Architekten Umgestaltung der KZ-Gedenkstätte Neuengamme Meyer Schramm Bontrup Landschaftsarchitekten Passivstadthäuser Heimfeld MS Architekten Umbau Jungfernstieg A. Poitiers + WES Büro- u. Geschäftshaus 2, Falkenried Renner Hainke Wirth Architekten Büro- u. Geschäftshaus Hohe Bleichen 17 (SEHW Architekten), Kasino UKE (architekten prof. klaus sill), Ticketcenter Staatsoper (Schmidt Münzesheimer Lück Architekten), Hauptbahnhof Berlin/Lehrter Bahnhof (GMP)Themen u.a.:Interview HCU-Präsident Steven Spier, Wohnen für Millionenspine2 gestaltet Wohnungen für Fernsehdoku, StadtteilserieWilhelmsburg, Stadtentwicklungskonzepte im VergleichHamburg-München, Verkehrskonzept Hamburg, Domplatz (Wettbewerbsbedingungen u. -ergebnis), HafenCityDalmannkai, Magdeburger Hafen, PorträtsBöge Lindner, Adolf Schuhmacher, Kirchenumnutzung/-abriss in Hamburg, Vergleich Auswanderermuseen Bremerhaven und Hamburg, Neue Chancen + Aufgaben in der Garten- u. LandschaftsarchitekturJobguide Hamburg Annette Eicker Karriere und Management Managementanalysen Handelsblatt Wirtschaftswoche Alumni After Work Berufsverbände Branchenverbände Erfahrungsaustauschkreise Berufsstammtische Industrieclubs Jobvermittlung Personalberater Zeitarbeit

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Art and the Empire City. New York, 1825-1861.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art; NY / Yale Univ. Press, 2000. XVI; 636 S.; sehr zahlreiche Abbildungen; 4°. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. ISBN: 0870999575 (EAN: 9780870999574 / 978-0870999574)


Sehr gutes Exemplar. - Hardcover. - Englisch. // 642 Illustrationen (davon 412 in Farbe) // INHALT : Sponsor's Statement - Terrence Murray, Fleet Boston Financial - Director's Foreword Philippe de Montebello - Lenders to the Exhibition - Preface and Acknowledgments - John K. Howat, Catherine Hoover Voonanger - Contributors to the Catalogue Note to the Reader - ESSAYS - Inventing the Metropolis: Ci mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: City of New York; Ausstellung; Design; angewandte Kunst; Stadtentwicklung; Stadtplanung; Metropole

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9 farbige Ansichtskarten

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Kansas City, Max Bernstein, Um 1910. Karte sind nicht postalisch gelaufen (2 Karten sind beschrieben, eine davon bekritzelt).


"Die Karten zeigen: 1. City Hall, Kansas City, Kansas; 2. Federal Reserve Life Insurance Building, Kansas City, Kansas: 3. Carnegie Library, Kansas City, Kansas; 4. Post Office. Kansas City. Mo.; 5. Post Office, Kansas City, Kansas; 6. Elks Club, Kansas City, Kansas; 7. St. Margaret's Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas; 8. High School, Kansas City, Kansas; 9. Scottish Rite Temple, Kansas City, Kansas; mehr lesen ...
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Hamburg City Graffiti [Gebundene Ausgabe] Typeholics (Autor)

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Hamburg City Graffiti [Gebundene Ausgabe] Typeholics (Autor)

2003 Gingko Press Gingko Press 2003 Hardcover 161 S. 27,4 x 21,6 x 1,8 cm ISBN: 3980747867 (EAN: 9783980747868 / 978-3980747868)


Zustand: gebraucht - sehr gut, Diese umfassende Dokumentation über die Hamburger Graffiti-Szene bietet auf 176 Seiten alles, was das Herz eines Writers erfreut: Unzählige Trains und Wände, professionelle Fotos, anspruchsvolle Grafik, Interviews, interessante Texte, Zitate der vielen Hamburger Writer und noch einiges mehr. Doch auch für den Außenstehenden bietet es einen interessanten Einblick in d mehr lesen ...
Schlagworte: Dosen Graffiti Grafiti Grafitti Kunst sprayen sprühen Stylefile Design Hamburg City Graffiti Typeholics HipHop ISBN-10 3-9807478-6-7 / 3980747867 ISBN-13 978-3-9807478-6-8 / 9783980747868Diese umfassende Dokumentation über die Hamburger Graffiti-Szene bietet auf 176 Seiten alles, was das Herz eines Writers erfreut: Unzählige Trains und Wände, professionelle Fotos, anspruchsvolle Grafik, Interviews, interessante Texte, Zitate der vielen Hamburger Writer und noch einiges mehr. Doch auch für den Außenstehenden bietet es einen interessanten Einblick in das Graffiti-Geschehen dieser Stadt, die im Laufe der letzten 20 Jahre alles erlebt hat, was diese Jugendkultur so spannend macht! Seit Mitte der 80er Jahre prägen Graffitis das Hamburger Stadtbild. Für manche sind sie nur Schandflecken, für andere dagegen mutige StatementsKunst im urbanen Niemandsland. Wer immer schon wissen wollte, welche Ideen, Gedanken und Ziele sich hinter den bunten Bildern verbergen, erhält auf den 176 Hochglanzseiten von HAMBURGCITY.GRAFFITI endlich Antworten auf seine Fragen. Die drei Autoren SAMZ (Redaktion), PUNKER und FORM (Grafik) sind selbst Sprüher und legen mit HAMBURGCITY.GRAFFITI ihr erstes Buch vor. Umso bemerkenswerter ist, dass diese Insider nicht nur einen ebenso ausführlichen wie ästhetischen Überblick über die Hamburger Graffiti-Szene bieten, sondern auch kritische Stimmen zu Wort kommen lassen. So werden dem Leser nicht nur brillante Farbfotos von Hamburger Graffiti aus den Jahren 1984 bis 2003 geboten, sondern auch zahlreiche Interviews. Stellung beziehen neben den Aktivisten auch ein Anwalt, ein Jugendrichter und die Eltern eines Graffiti-Sprühers. Abgerundet wird der aufwändig gestaltete Hardcoverband durch Statements der Künstler, die verdeutlichen, dass es ihnen eben nicht nur um den oft zitierten kurzfristigen ""Kick"" geht, sondern um einen wichtigen Bestandteil ihres Lebens. Für die grafische Gestaltung und Aufbereitung des eindrucksvollen Fotomaterials sorgte das Team des Hamburger Grafikbüros TYPEHOLICS, das seit mehreren Jahren diverse Projekte der deut-schen HipHop-Szene betreut. Auch Plattenfirmen und Zeitschriften gehören zum Klien-tel von TYPEHOLICS - u.a. bekannte Musikverlage wie Sony Music, Universal Music und EMI. Neben den Malern selbst steuerte auch MIKA Fotos bei, der bereits HipHop-Größen wie Africa Bambaata, Eminem und Grandmaster Flash fotografierte. Dosen Graffiti Grafiti Grafitti Kunst sprayen sprühen Stylefile Design Hamburg City Graffiti Typeholics Dosen Graffiti Grafiti Grafitti Kunst sprayen sprühen Stylefile Design Hamburg City Graffiti Typeholics Sprache englisch; deutsch Maße 210 x 270 mm Einbandart gebunden Kunst Musik Theater Design Innenarchitektur Mode Dosen Graffiti Grafiti Grafitti Hamburg Künster Sachbücher Künste Literatur sprayen sprühen Stylefile ISBN-10 3-9807478-6-7 / 3980747867 ISBN-13 978-3-9807478-6-8 / 9783980747868

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