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  Skvaller pÃ¥ Hugo Sanchez
Hugo Sanchez finnas en förutvarande striker för fotboll (soccer) och finnas brett ansett den mest bra mexicanska spelaren någonsin.
Sanchez finnas sonen av hectoren Sanchez, som lekte för asturiasen och Atlante.
Gilla flera av hans vänner, 18 år - gammala Hugo Sanchez avfärdade intrycket att Miranda finnas en medlem av en liga och förklarade, i någonsin - det evolving offentliga porträttet, att namnsoldaten finnas renodlat och enkelt en hänvisning till det kort skorrar haircuten adopted Miranda.
www.gossip-1.se /hugo-sanchez.htm   (1017 words)

  
 Futbol Mexicano Sports Mexico Deportes Mexicanos Futbol Mexicano
Será a partir de las 11:00 pm ET / 8:00 pm PT, cuando los pupilos de Hugo Sánchez cierren su actividad en este 2007 ante Guatemala en el Coliseum de Los Angeles, aun cuando hay otra fecha FIFA en noviembre próximo.
Hugo Sanchez Director Tecnico Seleccion Mexicana de Futbol
Hugo Sanchez Firma Con La Seleccion Mexicana de Futbol
www.mexico.us /deportes   (1312 words)

  
  Hugo Sanchez
Hugo Sánchez Márquez (born July 11, 1958 in Mexico City) is a former football (soccer) striker, considered the best Mexican player ever.
Hugo retired from football on May 29, 1997, playing with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium - the stadium that witnessed most of his glory throughout his career - in a match against Paris St. Germain with a result of 4-1 in favor of the Real Madrid with Hugo scoring three goals.
After this fantastically successful period, Sanchez returned to his native Mexico for a season, before playing for a variety of clubs in Spain, Austria and the USA (he played for the Dallas Burn in the inaugural year of Major League Soccer).
www.123football.com /players/s/hugo-sanchez/index.htm   (686 words)

  
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Sanchez proffered that the defense expert had found errors in the "way that the DNA procedures were followed, that there were errors in the way the examination was done, which could have had a significant impact in the results of the DNA." The validity of the DNA evidence was material to Sanchez's defense.
Sanchez's involvement in the carjacking tends to prove his identity as the driver at the time of the accident and relates to an essential element of the crime with which he was charged.
Sanchez claims he was prejudiced by the admission of the carjacking evidence because the jury may have inferred his guilt on the hit-and-run charge from the fact that he was also being tried for carjacking.
www.courts.state.va.us /txtops/2969014.txt   (4575 words)

  
 Hugo Sanchez Biography
Hugo Sanchez Marquez (born July 11, 1958) is a former football striker, considered the best Mexican player ever.
Hugo retired from football on May 29, 1997, playing with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium - place that witnessed most of his glory throughout his career - in a match against Paris St. Germain with a result of 4-1 in favor of the Real Madrid with Hugo scoring three goals.
Hugo Sánchez has a degree in Odontology at UNAM and is married to Isabel Martín and has two sons.
www.biographybase.com /biography/Sanchez_Hugo.html   (609 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Hugo Sanchez   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After this fantastically successful period, Sanchez returned to his native Mexico for a season, before playing for a variety of clubs in Spain, Austria and the USA (he played for the Dallas Burn in the inaugural year of Major League Soccer).
Hugo retired from football on May 29, 1997, playing with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium - the stadium that witnessed most of his glory throughout his career - in a match against Paris St. Germain with a result of 4-1 in favor of the Real Madrid with Hugo scoring three goals.
Hugo has a degree in dentistry from UNAM and is married to Isabel Martín and has two sons.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Hugo-Sanchez   (813 words)

  
 Hugo Sanchez   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The visitors’ away goal was perhaps an unjust reward for Hugo Sanchez’s Pumas; a pale imitation of the team that swept the board in Mexico last year, but...
Hugo Sanchez's wounded Pumas bit back in stoppage time to leave evrything to play for in the Mexican second leg and Fernandão added to Boca's woes with a...
After four seasons coaching the UNAM Pumas, his first team, Hugo Sanchez obtained the 2004 Championship of the Mexican League, defeating in the Final match the Chivas of Guadalajara.
www.wikiverse.org /hugo-sanchez   (766 words)

  
 Hugo Sánchez -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sanchez scored 38 goals in the 1989-90, tying the record of the great (Click link for more info and facts about Zarra) Zarra and giving him a (Click link for more info and facts about European Golden Boot) European Golden Boot for best scorer in Europe.
Later that year, Hugo became the first coach to win two consecutive titles in Mexico's relatively new short season format ("Torneos cortos"), beating the (Click link for more info and facts about Monterrey Rayados) Monterrey Rayados in the league championship series.
Hugo has a degree in (The branch of medicine dealing with the anatomy and development and diseases of the teeth) dentistry from (Click link for more info and facts about UNAM) UNAM and is married to Isabel Martín and has two sons.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/h/hu/hugo_s%e1nchez.htm   (834 words)

  
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She also identified Sanchez as the driver, although she had earlier identified another individual as the driver while she was at the courthouse for the preliminary hearing of Sanchez's codefendant in Spring 2000.
Sanchez stated that he and the other man exited their car and that Sanchez approached the woman, showing her the fl BB gun he had in his waistband.
Sanchez proffered that the results would be challenged based on his expert's conclusions that there were errors in the manner in which the Commonwealth's DNA testing procedures were followed.
www.courts.state.va.us /opinions/opncavwp/2970014.doc   (3764 words)

  
 Mexico name Real striker as coach
Hugo Sanchez, the former Real Madrid striker widely considered Mexico's best-ever player, was named national coach on Thursday after years of lobbying for the job.
Sanchez vowed on Thursday to put everything he had into taking the national side, perennial underperformers in major championships, to new heights.
Sanchez was the fans' favorite, although some were not convinced he would deliver.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /sports/2006-11/17/content_735999.htm   (504 words)

  
 FIFA.com The Official web site of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association
Sanchez is convinced that he will be able to make his mark as a successful coach too.
Sanchez: "I could probably still pull teeth out, but I wouldn't really know how to handle all the modern instruments and equipment." Even so, he does not completely exclude the possibility of one day opening a practice.
Also called Hugo, the boy is currently playing for the third team of the first division side Atlante in Mexico City, where he lives with his sister Hemma (12) and their mother - Sanchez's first wife.
www.fifa.com /en/print/article/0,4039,10464,00.html   (1322 words)

  
 || Sanchez Music || Biography || Official Website for Reggae & Gospel Singer Sanchez, Sanchez D Music, Bio, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sanchez is one of the all time favorite singer/performer who transforms his audience into a mass choir at his live performances.
In his earlier days, Sanchez was labeled as the singer who does too many covers; yet by the same token, he was simultaneously acknowledged as a special singer who received much international fame and recognition from doing these same covers.
Sanchez was equally passionate when he described his most disappointing experience.
www.sanchezmusic.com /biography.html   (1623 words)

  
 Hugo Sanchez Named Mexico Coach - FIFA World Cup 2006 - World Cup 2006 Blog
In Hugo Sanchez they have a person who is widely admired by the public, respected by the players and who has experience as a manager.
Hugo had the intangible qualities and winning attitude to make him one of the great strikers of all time.
For Sanchez to be successful, he will have to convince the players that not only do they belong on the pitch, they can beat whoever lines up on the other side of the field.
www.worldcupblog.org /managerial-merry-go-round/hugo-sanchez-named-mexico-coach.html   (437 words)

  
 Boston.com / Sports / Achieving his goals
Hugo Sanchez is nicknamed "Hu-gol" and "Pentapichichi," referring to his five successive scoring titles in Spain's Primera Liga while playing for Real Madrid.
Sanchez guided UNAM Pumas to their second successive Mexican championship, defeating Monterrey, 2-1, and 1-0, in the Liguilla finals.
Sanchez is also considered next in line to coach Mexico's national team and is a top critic of the current coach, Argentine Ricardo LaVolpe.
www.boston.com /sports/articles/2004/12/15/achieving_his_goals   (531 words)

  
 cbs5.com - Hugo Sanchez In Bay Area To Promote Mar. 28 Match
Sanchez did not like the fact that Mexico had an Argentine-born coach and he also said it was ``an insult to Mexican soccer'' when La Volpe used naturalized citizens.
Sanchez was in the Bay Area to promote a March 28 exhibition against Ecuador in Oakland.
Sanchez previously coached Pumas UNAM to two Mexican league titles, played in three World Cups and was a five-time Spanish scoring champion at Real Madrid.
wcbstv.com /kpix/sports/local_story_064232733.html   (521 words)

  
 Soccer365
Sanchez called for immediate changes to the National Team, changes which, in his opinion, would make them world champions, with the best players in Mexico.
The war of words that has been going on since Sanchez was passed up for the National Team post in lieu of Argentinean LaVolpe, continued after Mexico’s latest loss in the United States, which allowed the US to qualify to the World Cup.
Sanchez also told the owners they “should not doubt at any moment that cutting the process will be bad because it won’t be, and if someone is to blame for the team’s bad performance, I will take all the responsibility.”
www.soccer365.com /US_NEWS/Breaking_News/page_131_104573.shtml   (482 words)

  
 Biografia de Hugo Sánchez
A la edad de 14 años Hugo entró ya a formar de la selección mexicana para los juegos olímpicos y ganó el torneo de la CONCACAF.
Hugo Sánchez tomó parte en los Juegos Olímpicos de Montreal (Canadá) de 1976, en los cuales coincidió con su hermana (gimnasta olímpica), quien le enseñó la tradicional maroma o voltereta con la que solía celebrar sus tantos.
Como jugador, Hugo Sánchez sobresalió por su extraordinaria agilidad, sus desmarques, su gran capacidad para el remate, especialmente con la pierna izquierda, y su estilo acrobático, tanto en los remates (llegó a ejecutar la chilena con una maestría excepcional) como en la celebración de los goles.
www.biografiasyvidas.com /biografia/s/sanchez_hugo.htm   (391 words)

  
 CNNSI.com - Soccer - Americas: Sanchez proud despite Pumas' ouster - Monday December 16, 2002 10:49 AM
Sanchez, the former Real Madrid and Mexico striker, is attempting to build a title-winning team at the club which has not reached the Mexican championship final since 1991.
Sanchez was one of the four candidates considered to coach the Mexico national team after the World Cup, but pulled out of the race saying he wanted to finish the job at UNAM.
Toluca's opponents will be Morelia, who overcame Hugo Sanchez's UNAM team despite going down 2-1 in their second leg tie on Sunday.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /soccer/news/2002/12/16/latin_rdp   (1577 words)

  
 ESPNsoccernet - Global - Mexico name Hugo Sanchez as new coach   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sanchez, who won five consecutive league titles with Real Madrid in the 1980s alongside the likes of Emilio Butragueno, had been coach of Necaxa in Mexico's club championship.
Sanchez, 48, was five times the top scorer in Spain's Primera Liga He replaces Ricardo La Volpe, now manager at Argentina's Boca Juniors, as Mexican coach.
Sanchez's outspoken nature and ranting about refereeing decisions had previously prompted the Mexican Football Federation to hand the job to other candidates.
soccernet.espn.go.com /news/story?id=392234&cc=5739&campaign=rss&source=soccernet   (264 words)

  
 exorcists popular in mexico   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pastor Hugo Alvarez is one of the most famous exorcists in Mexico, claiming to have chased away the devil from more than 5,000 people ever since he took charge of the Divine Saviour Ministry of Liberation 18 years ago.
Hugo and his assistants thought they had just beaten back the demons attacking a nearly-comatose Sanchez when the demons suddenly attacked again, causing Sanchez's body to contort violently and his eyeballs to roll back.
He sat on Sanchez, uttering broken phrases of Hebrew, while the writhing 25-year-old salesman responded with a low-pitched inhuman howl.
www.blackvault.com /news/exorcists_popular_in_mexico.html   (527 words)

  
 ESPN.com Soccernet Global: News - Legend Sanchez returns to UNAM
A statement from the club said that Sanchez was picked after a review of potential candidates and vote by a majority of the club's advisors.
Sanchez became UNAM coach -- his first coaching job -- in March 2000, but was sacked in August 2000 after the team made a bad start in Mexico's winter championship.
Sanchez is on vacation in Spain and expected to return to Mexico on Thursday.
www.soccernet.com /global/news/2001/0920/20010920sanchez.html   (165 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- UNAM coach Hugo Sanchez fired
Mexico's most famous soccer player in history Hugo Sanchez Tuesday was dismissed from UNAM after the 1-2 defeat versus America and 18 losses in 31 fixtures.
The president of the club, Arturo Elias Ayub said "a decision was reached with Hugo Sanchez to conclude his participation as coach of the club".
Hugo Sanchez, 47, who in 2004 won two titles said "I feel those two championships showed was qualified enough to go coaching in Europe."
english.peopledaily.com.cn /200511/02/eng20051102_218405.html   (316 words)

  
 Hugo Sánchez
Hugo was born México D.F. (México) on 11th July in 1958.
Hugo was a striker, one of the best in Real Madrid history.
Goalkeepers was afraid with Hugo was near of them.
www.freewebtown.com /realmadrid1/legends/HugoSanchezi.htm   (80 words)

  
 ESPN Deportes: ESPNación: Charla con los expertos
Hugo Sánchez, el reconocido 'pentapichichi' (cinco veces campeón goleador de la liga de España) con el Real Madrid y Atlético de Madrid, así como ex figura de los Pumas y de la Selección Mexicana, siempre se ha caracterizado por su fuerte personalidad y sus comentarios directos y sus controversiales conceptos.
Hugo responderá a tus preguntas este viernes a las 3:00pm ET, -2:00pm hora de la Ciudad de México, 4pm de Buenos Aires.
Hugo Sánchez: Nosotros respetamos a los rivales pero queremos ganarle a todos.
espndeportes.espn.go.com /chat/deportes/chatDep?event_id=3772   (1831 words)

  
 Hugo Sanchez - Un Mexicano Triunfado - DVD
Hugo Sanchez - Un Mexicano Triunfado - DVD: Put together for the first time the most important scenes, from his amateur beginings to his last season 1989-1990.
Hugo Sanchez is without a doubt one of the best world players and the top figure in Mexican soccer.
Hugo Sanchez - Un Mexicano Triunfado - DVD: Por primera vez reunidas las escenas más importantes, desde su época de amateur hasta su última temporada en 1989-1990 Hugo Sánchez es sin duda uno de los mejores jugadores del mundo y la máxima figura en la historia del Fútbol Mexicano.
www.concacafstore.com /clio-hugo.html   (196 words)

  
 Business Wire: SportsYA! Signs Mexican Soccer Legend Hugo Sanchez
As e-columnist for SportsYa!, Hugo Sanchez will be contributing regular columns in which he will discuss issues concerning the world of soccer with a special emphasis on Mexico.
Hugo Sanchez will also be sporting the company's logo on his blazer as he coaches the Pumas at UNAM.
Sanchez has amassed an outstanding amount of awards throughout his career, including two league championships with the Pumas of UNAM in Mexico (1977 and 1981), five league championships with the Real Madrid in Spain (1985 to 1990), and a UEFA Cup with the Real Madrid (1986), among others.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2000_August_9/ai_63975857   (675 words)

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