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Cancer diagnosis for Arsenal and Northern Ireland great Former Northern Ireland and Arsenal defender Pat Rice has been admitted to hospital after being diagnosed with cancer. Rice, 64, made 528 appearances for the Gunners and was assistant manager to
Rice, who was also caretaker manager of the 13-times English champions, joined the club in 1964 before retiring last year from his role as assistant to current boss Arsene Wenger. "Our thoughts are with Pat and his family. Everyone at Arsenal sends
tool goes here The most important trait for any closer is to have a short memory. The Fresno Grizzlies' Heath Hembree is taking things a step further with his own brand of selective amnesia. Twice the past week, Hembree surrendered the tying home run
After scoring nine runs on 17 hits on opening day, the Tacoma Rainiers felt good about their offense. On day two of the Pacific Coast League season, the Rainiers scored three runs in the first two innings and more offensive fireworks appeared to be
After Graham left, Arsenal were managed by Bruce Rioch for a season before Wenger arrived in September 1996 and transformed the club. Graham, who led Arsenal to the title in 1989 and 1991 and also won the FA Cup, League Cup and European Cup Winners
The job fair will be on the main concourse at Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno. Ovations is looking to fill 200 game-day positions, including concessions-stand manager, concessions cashier, concessions prep, concessions cook, catering wait staff,
Zach Bush plans to join the men's basketball team at Wichita State as a walk-on this season...Bush chose between a scholarship to Washburn and walking on (and redshirting) at WSU when he signed with the Ichabods in April. In June, he began to
The former Wimbledon manager Terry Burton is the favourite to be Arsenal's new reserve-team manager, after a re-shuffle following the retirement of Pat Rice at the end of last season. Burton was an Arsenal player as a schoolboy and is highly regarded
Text Size: tool goes here Eric Hacker did his usual, Francisco Peguero was at his best, and the Fresno Grizzlies got a much-needed victory in beating the Salt Lake Bees 3-2 on Sunday before an announced crowd of 6,570.
Arsenal's new assistant manager Steve Bold knows he has big shoes to fill after the departure of Pat Rice, but believes that with a youth system behind him full of talented players, the Gunners are set for big things in both the short and long term.