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  Keep your eye on the ball
David and Sam are part of the ‘Keep Your Eye on The Ball’ campaign, set-up by The Professional Footballers’ Association, The Football Association and The Everyman Male Cancer Campaign to make fans and players aware of testicular and prostate cancer.
David and Sam posed with the campaign’s signature lumpy football urging all men ‘to check their balls for irregular lumps’ – which is one of the symptoms of testicular cancer.
David and Sam were also calling on Football Clubs to make their players and fans aware of the signs and symptoms to spread the message across the footballing community.
www.sheffieldfa.com /Governance/Partnerships/KYEOTB.htm   (681 words)

 David James - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David James (footballer) (born 1970), a Portsmouth and England goalkeeper
David James, Baron James of Blackheath, a British corporate trouble-shooter, former chairman of the Millennium Dome, and author of the Conservative Party's James Report
Dafydd James (born 1975), a Welsh rugby union footballer
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David_James   (149 words)

 David James (footballer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James moved to West Ham United in summer 2001, where his consistency improved, but he was unable to help the club avert relegation from the Premier League in 2003.
James kept a clean sheet in each of his first 5 appearances for the club (and 6 in his first 8 games overall).
During the 2004 close season, James was a guest at the training camp of American football team, the Miami Dolphins, where he worked out with the team and studied their training and conditioning methods.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David_James_(footballer)   (1016 words)

 The Biography Channel - David Seaman Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
David Seaman made his England debut in November 1988, against Saudi Arabia, but had to compete for the place, mainly with Peter Shilton and Chris Woods.
Seaman advised Keegan on the transfer, as James was successor to Seaman’s England goalkeeping legacy.
David Seaman played over 1,000 club and international matches and was awarded an MBE in 1996; this was the year he emerged as a hero for his penalty saves - most notably against Scotland and then Spain, in a memorable shoot-out during the European Championship.
www.thebiographychannel.co.uk /biography_home/963:0/David_Seaman.htm   (490 words)

 From klutz to England's No. 1 keeper - Soccer - www.theage.com.au
David James was a high-profile failure until he took on a sports psychologist, Paula Cocozza reports.
David Seaman was in goal, David James on the substitutes' bench.
James was on the bench because he was third on Sven-Goran Eriksson's list of preferred goalkeepers, behind Seaman, of Arsenal, and Leeds' Nigel Martyn.
www.theage.com.au /articles/2004/06/11/1086749893286.html?from=storylhs   (1093 words)

 David James Elliott: No Stranger To Our Screens
David is an impressive 194cm (6 feet 4 inches) tall, with aquamarine eyes, brown hair and square jaw.
David was singing in a band at 19 when one of his teachers encouraged him to try acting, after reading King Lear in a theatre history class.
David was born 21 September 1960 in Toronto, Canada.
users.tpg.com.au /cmcash/UnionRecorder-DJENoStrangerToOurScreens.htm   (1099 words)

 SHOWstudio: Contributors: James
David James is a goalkeeper who currently plays for Manchester City and the England International team.
In 2004, James was signed to Manchester City in a two million pound deal to replace the former England goalkeeper, David Seaman.
James won his first senior England cap against Mexico in 1997 and following David Seaman's retirement, has played in numerous key games including the quarter-finals in Euro 2004 when the game ended in a famous penalty shoot-out.
www.showstudio.com /contributors/index.php/6235   (169 words)

 The Sun Online - Football: James fits the bill
DAVID SEAMAN insists England No 1 David James is the fittest keeper he has seen.
James is 33 but he has yet to convince the country he can fill Seaman’s gloves at international level.
Seaman was replaced by James at City in January after deciding to call time on a glittering career at the age of 40.
www.thesun.co.uk /article/0,,2002390000-2004270770,00.html   (1032 words)

 www.manutdzone.com: David Beckham: A career profile with pictures of the world famous United midfielder and England ...
Undoubtedly the most famous footballer in Britain, if not the world, Beckham is the most talked about, the most copied, the most ridiculed and the most idolised.
It was in February that the biggest moment of the season occurred, when after the 2-0 defeat to Arsenal, a livid Sir Alex Ferguson kicked a boot in the dressing room.
David was clearly hurt at sitting on the bench and after the Madrid defeat told his agent to tell the big clubs of Europe he was ready to leave.
www.manutdzone.com /legends/DavidBeckham.htm   (2669 words)

 yoga and football benefits of yoga for football
Football is known as the beautiful game, though I'm sure those of you who have to share a train home with supporters after a home game will probably have evidence to the contrary.
While yoga and football may seem unlikely bedfellows but it seems that more and more professionals are using the discipline to help improve their ball skills.
Yoga can also give a footballer better spatial awareness, which is obviously very effective in a game where the decision about where to pass the ball has to be made by a player in a matter of seconds.
www.yogaatwork.co.uk /football.htm   (928 words)

 ATL World Cup Soccer. All the top world soccer news daily. News from international soccer. Euro 2004, champion's ...
Football and media megastar David Beckham completed a blockbuster dream move from Manchester United to the talent laden line up of Real Madrid in June 2003 for a fee of some 35 million euros.
English midfielder David Beckham (R) scores a goal in front of Argentinian goalkeeper Pablo Cavallero during the Group F first round match Argentina/England of the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea and Japan, 07 June 2001 at Sapporo Dome Stadium.
England's football captain David Beckham stands with his wife, Victoria, as he shows off the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) he received 27 November, 2003, from Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at London's Buckingham Palace.
www.wldcup.com /euro/2004/players_present/403_david_beckham.html   (889 words)

 Becks 'fittest footballer' in our online poll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
David Beckham would be forgiven for feeling a little pleased with himself today after a triumphant weekend.
David's victory was the icing on the cake of a fantastic weekend, when he was on equally dazzling form on the pitch.
Football pundits declared him the "man of the match" after Real Madrid beat Barcelona 4-2 in the Spanish capital.
www.hellomagazine.com /celebrities/2005/04/11/davidbeckham   (253 words)

 2002 FIFA World Cup - Teams - England
Midfielder David Beckham, one of England's biggest celebrities, is the best in the world from the free-kick spot, and as team captain, he's a source of constant inspiration.
Key contributors David Beckham, David Seaman, Michael Owen and Kieron Dyer are not 100%.
England chances are dependent on David Beckham because he is the heart and soul of that team.
www.cbc.ca /sports/soccer/teams/england.html   (1707 words)

 ESPN.com Soccernet England: News - Lay-off provides net gains for James
The knee injury he suffered during England's friendly against Holland last August led him to the waiting room of a Harley Street specialist, and it was there that he discovered the Hindu art of meditation and self-control.
For James, the time spent recovering from an injury sustained in a collision with Martin Keown was remarkably beneficial.
The new approach appears to be working, the quality of his performances, not least in the 1-0 victory at Manchester United, strengthening his claim for a recall to the England team.
www.soccernet.com /england/news/2002/0119/20020119featlawton.html   (904 words)

 Keep Your Eye On The Ball - Latest news
Testicular cancer survivor Simon Shakeshaft, along with ex professional footballer Tony Kelly, have reached the half way stage of their ‘Ground Hop’ challenge – where they plan to visit all Premiership, League and Conference football clubs in England to help raise awareness of male cancer.
Bolton Wanderers manager, Sam Allardyce, and the International and Premiership footballer, David James, have shown their support for Keep Your Eye On The Ball by becoming ambassadors to the campaign.
David and Big Sam are calling upn clubs, associations, fans, players and staff to all do their bit in helping to raise awareness of male cancer.
www.keepyoureyeontheball.org /news.html   (376 words)

 scottish Health News - Health & Safety   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
David James showed their support in the fight against male cancer recently by taking time out to urge men to
David and Sam posed with the campaign’s signature lumpy football urging all men ‘to check their balls for irregular lumps’ - which is one of the symptoms of testicular cancer.
In the time it takes to play one 90-minute game of football, more than one man in the UK will have died of prostate cancer and it has now overtaken lung cancer to become the UK’s most common cancer diagnosed in men.
scottishhealthnews.com /mens_health/balls.html   (587 words)

 sport.iafrica.com | today's news James playing with Miami Dolphins
England goalkeeper David James will warm up for the new season by joining an American football outfit later this month.
And Tony Allen, the chief scout for the National Football League in Europe, believes that the former Liverpool man has all the credentials to be successful in this sport as well.
"David is exactly the kind of European sports star who we feel has the all-round athleticism and ability to hold his own in the NFL," he said.
sport.iafrica.com /news/246417.htm   (335 words)

 CNN.com - Eriksson blends youth with experience - May 9, 2002
David Beckham captains the squad even though the Manchester United midfielder is still recovering from a broken bone in his foot and may not be fit for England's World Cup opener against Sweden on June 2 in Saitama, Japan.
Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman, at 38 the oldest member of the squad, is expected to be first choice behind the back four, ahead of Nigel Martyn of Leeds and West Ham's David James.
European Footballer of the Year Michael Owen and Emile Heskey look set to replicate their Liverpool partnership in attack, with Sheringham, Leeds' Robbie Fowler and Darius Vassell of Aston Villa completing the striker quintet.
edition.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/worldcup/05/09/england.squad   (440 words)

 Everyman - Patrons and celebrity supporters
David James first supported Everyman in 2005 by posing as a naked centrefold for Cosmopolitan magazine.
Since then, David and Sam have become ambassadors of the 'Keep Your Eye on The Ball' campaign which raises awareness of male cancer to the football community.
In the time it takes to play one game of football, more than one man in the UK will have died of prostate cancer.
www.icr.ac.uk /everyman/supporters/celebs/david-james.html   (267 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | South Yorkshire | Science 'helps Beckham bend it'
Dr David James, from Sheffield Hallam University, told an audience about the importance of aerodynamics and the "Magnus Effect" on England's chances.
Dr James, from Sheffield Hallam's Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, said even the stitching on a football could make the difference between a perfect or fluffed pass.
Dr James said football boots were another example of soccer science in action.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/south_yorkshire/5069212.stm   (501 words)

 MiamiDolphins.com: Press Box   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
As part of the process, David’s overall fitness was assessed and he also undertook a crash course with the Miami Dolphins players in three of the positions he seemed to be most suited to - Quarterback, Wide Receiver and Kicker.
West Ham United’s sports science consultant Alan Pearson said, “David is currently capable of kicking a football the length of a pitch, and throwing with accuracy and power over distances in excess of 45 metres.
James was first selected for the England team in 1997, when he played in a 2-0 win against Mexico.
www.miamidolphins.com /pressbox/pressreleases/pressreleases.asp?contentID=2770   (563 words)

 CNNSI.com - CNNSI.com's complete coverage of the FIFA World Cup - England World Cup Player Profiles - Wednesday May 29, ...
A key figure in United's dominance of English football, his one major disappointment was missing the 1999 European Cup final through suspension.
A natural goalscorer and colourful character, Fowler left his beloved Liverpool in November in search of first-team football and a place in the England squad, having helped secure the latter with his killer goal as a substitute against Albania in a 2-0 win.
English football's most dangerous substitute, having come on to score in the FA Cup final and, more famously, in the European Cup final in 1999, as United won the Treble.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /soccer/world/2002/world_cup/players/england   (1246 words)

 Scotland on Sunday - Sport - James the first
James though, displaying an admirable sense of propriety, turned up later to spend an hour talking through the evident inconvenience of a numb and swollen mouth.
A thoughtful interviewee, James spares you the banalities and stock retorts, and is quick, in turn, to discourage them.
For all his intensity when discussing football, he is no tunnel-visioned obsessive; he has a hinterland.
scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com /sport.cfm?id=153912004   (1635 words)

 Keep Your Eye On The Ball - Media Room
Monday 6 March 2006: The England Football Team is helping to tackle male cancer during the Keep Your Eye on The Ball awareness fortnight (which kicks off on Monday 6th March) by urging footie fans to be more aware of the signs and symptoms of testicular and prostate cancer.
Wednesday 4 January 2006: Bolton Wanderers manager, Sam Allardyce, and the International and Premiership footballer, David James, both showed their support in the fight against male cancer yesterday by taking time out to urge men to be aware of the signs and symptoms of male cancer.
Tuesday 5 April 2005: The England Football Team have kicked off the Keep Your Eye On The Ball campaign today by calling on football clubs from up and down the country to come forward and join the fight against male cancer.
www.keepyoureyeontheball.org /media.html   (371 words)

 David Rowan: Sunday Times Magazine: Till dosh do us part   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Last year, the Court of Appeal cut her share of this income to £180,000, a figure she is now challenging in the House of Lords.
On the same day, the appeal judges awarded Karen Parlour, former wife of the Arsenal and England footballer Ray Parlour, a 37% stake of his estimated £1.2m income for the next four years, and an equal share in the capital.
James Turner QC is another key player in a number of recent high-profile cases.
www.davidrowan.com /2005/10/sunday-times-magazine-till-dosh-do-us.html   (4415 words)

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