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#Encyclopedia


Scott Hetsko

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==Notable Awards==
 
==Notable Awards==
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Smallest penis by the Guinness Book of World Records
   
 
* Rated [[Rochester, NY|Rochester's]] most accurate forecaster in 2009, 2010, and 2011 by [[WeatherRate]], along with the other members of his weather team, [[Stacey Pensgen]] and [[John DiPasquale]].<ref>{{cite web|first=WeatheRate|title=Certified TV Stations|url=http://www.weatherate.com/stations.html|publisher=WeatheRate|accessdate=22 November 2012}}</ref>
 
* Rated [[Rochester, NY|Rochester's]] most accurate forecaster in 2009, 2010, and 2011 by [[WeatherRate]], along with the other members of his weather team, [[Stacey Pensgen]] and [[John DiPasquale]].<ref>{{cite web|first=WeatheRate|title=Certified TV Stations|url=http://www.weatherate.com/stations.html|publisher=WeatheRate|accessdate=22 November 2012}}</ref>
 
* AMS certified broadcast meteorologist by the [[American Meteorological Society]]
 
* AMS certified broadcast meteorologist by the [[American Meteorological Society]]
* NWA certified broadcast meteorologist by the [[National Weather Association]]
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* NWA certified broadcast meteorologist by the [[National Weather Association]]
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Esteban Simich

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[[File:Esteban perfil sin texto.jpg|thumb|237x237px|Esteban Simich develop Projectionism Style of Art in Painting.]]
 
[[File:Esteban perfil sin texto.jpg|thumb|237x237px|Esteban Simich develop Projectionism Style of Art in Painting.]]
Esteban Simich.Born in San Antonio Chile 14-4-1957 of indigenous,spanish an croatian ancestry.Arrive in Australia in 1974,a year after the military coup that toppled Salvador Allende.Develop Projectionism Style of Art in Painting of the late Nineteenth Century in Australia,currently creating new paintings in St Kilda,Melbourne Australia.
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Esteban Simich chilean-australian artits born in San Antonio Chile,of indigenous,spanish an croatian ancestry.Arrive in Australia in 1974,a year after the military coup that toppled Salvador Allende.Develop Projectionism Style of Art in Painting of the late Nineteenth Century in Australia,currently creating new paintings in St Kilda,Melbourne Australia.
 
[[Category:All orphaned articles]]
 
[[Category:All orphaned articles]]

2012 Busan IPark season

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[http://www.soccerway.com/matches/2012/06/30/korea-republic/k-league/busan-ipark/daejeon-citizen/1252587/ Report(Eng)]
 
[http://www.soccerway.com/matches/2012/06/30/korea-republic/k-league/busan-ipark/daejeon-citizen/1252587/ Report(Eng)]
 
|team2 = '''[[Daejeon Citizen FC|Daejeon]]
 
|team2 = '''[[Daejeon Citizen FC|Daejeon]]
|goals1 = [[Han Geuru]] {{goal|3|o.g.}} <br> [[Yoo Ji-Hoon | Yu Ji-Hun]] {{yel|27}} <br> Kim Han-Yoon {{yel|33}} <br> [[ Park Yong-Ho]] {{goal|74}} <br> [[Han Ji-Ho]] {{goal|80}}
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|goals1 = [[Han Geuru]] {{goal|3|o.g.}} <br> [[Yoo Ji-Hoon|Yu Ji-Hun]] {{yel|27}} <br> Kim Han-Yoon {{yel|33}} <br> [[Park Yong-Ho]] {{goal|74}} <br> [[Han Ji-Ho]] {{goal|80}}
|goals2 = [[Yuta Baba]]{{goal|33|pen.}}, {{yel|61}} <br> [[Han Geuru]] {{yel|47}} <br> [[Heo Beom-San]] {{yel|54}} <br> [[Kim Tae-Yeon (footballer) | Kim Tae-Yeon ]] {{yel|68}}
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|goals2 = [[Yuta Baba]]{{goal|33|pen.}}, {{yel|61}} <br> [[Han Geuru]] {{yel|47}} <br> [[Heo Beom-San]] {{yel|54}} <br> [[Kim Tae-Yeon (footballer)|Kim Tae-Yeon]] {{yel|68}}
 
|stadium = [[Busan Asiad Stadium]]
 
|stadium = [[Busan Asiad Stadium]]
 
|location = [[Yeonje-gu]], [[Busan]]
 
|location = [[Yeonje-gu]], [[Busan]]
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|time = 20:00
 
|time = 20:00
 
|round = 26
 
|round = 26
|team1 = ''[[Busan IPark | Busan]]
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|team1 = ''[[Busan IPark|Busan]]
 
|score = 0 – 0
 
|score = 0 – 0
 
|report = [http://www.soccerway.com/matches/2012/08/08/korea-republic/k-league/busan-ipark/suwon-bluewings/1252643/ Report(Eng)] <br>
 
|report = [http://www.soccerway.com/matches/2012/08/08/korea-republic/k-league/busan-ipark/suwon-bluewings/1252643/ Report(Eng)] <br>

2012 Best of The Spit Take: A Compilation of Professional Comedy Criticism

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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
[http://thelaughbutton.com/features/spit-takes-julie-seabaugh-talks-sites-oneyear-anniversary-book-release/ The Laugh Button]
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* [http://thelaughbutton.com/features/spit-takes-julie-seabaugh-talks-sites-oneyear-anniversary-book-release/ The Laugh Button]
[http://www.stagetimemagazine.com/2013/02/19/comedy-spotlight-spit-take-book/ Stage Time Magazine]
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* [http://www.stagetimemagazine.com/2013/02/19/comedy-spotlight-spit-take-book/ Stage Time Magazine]
[http://broadwayworld.com/article/New-Book-2012-BEST-OF-THE-SPIT-TAKE-Elevates-Comedy-as-Art-Form-to-Celebrate-Release-at-NYCs-The-Stand-221-20130219 Broadway World]
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* [http://broadwayworld.com/article/New-Book-2012-BEST-OF-THE-SPIT-TAKE-Elevates-Comedy-as-Art-Form-to-Celebrate-Release-at-NYCs-The-Stand-221-20130219 Broadway World]
   
 
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2012 Bengal Premier League Soccer

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==Structure==
 
==Structure==
The league is organised by [[Celebrity Management Group]], who has signed a 30-year deal with [[Indian Football Association]], the apex body of football in West Bengal. A total of six teams will be competing in the inaugural 2012 season, owned by different franchises. Every team is being owned by an individual franchise who had bid for the team for a period of 10 years and they will have to pay a yearly franchisee fee. The teams are based from 6 different towns, namely [[Kolkata]], [[Howrah]], [[Barasat]], [[Haldia]], [[Durgapur, West Bengal|Durgapur]] and [[Siliguri]]. Each team plays every other team twice (once at [[Home (sports)|home]] and once [[Road (sports)|away]]). Three points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. At the end of the season a table of the final League standings is determined, based on the following criteria in this order: points obtained, [[goal difference]], and goals scored. After the regular season the teams will play in a play-off style tournament in which there will be the semi-finals and final. The tournament will last only 7 weeks.<ref>{{cite web|author=The writer has posted comments on this article |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/football/top-stories/Stars-lined-up-for-Indian-soccer-league/articleshow/11500274.cms |title=Stars lined up for Indian soccer league - The Times of India |language={{ja icon}} |publisher=Timesofindia.indiatimes.com |date= |accessdate=21 March 2012}}</ref>
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The league is organised by [[Celebrity Management Group]], who has signed a 30-year deal with [[Indian Football Association]], the apex body of football in West Bengal. A total of six teams will be competing in the inaugural 2012 season, owned by different franchises. Every team is being owned by an individual franchise who had bid for the team for a period of 10 years and they will have to pay a yearly franchisee fee. The teams are based from 6 different towns, namely [[Kolkata]], [[Howrah]], [[Barasat]], [[Haldia]], [[Durgapur, West Bengal|Durgapur]] and [[Siliguri]]. Each team plays every other team twice (once at [[Home (sports)|home]] and once [[Road (sports)|away]]). Three points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. At the end of the season a table of the final League standings is determined, based on the following criteria in this order: points obtained, [[goal difference]], and goals scored. After the regular season the teams will play in a play-off style tournament in which there will be the semi-finals and final. The tournament will last only 7 weeks.<ref>{{cite web|author=The writer has posted comments on this article |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/football/top-stories/Stars-lined-up-for-Indian-soccer-league/articleshow/11500274.cms |title=Stars lined up for Indian soccer league - The Times of India |language=ja|publisher=Timesofindia.indiatimes.com |date= |accessdate=21 March 2012}}</ref>
   
 
==Media Coverage==
 
==Media Coverage==
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* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Joaquín Botero]] - US $180,000 - Barasat
 
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Joaquín Botero]] - US $180,000 - Barasat
 
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Limberg Gutiérrez]] - US $180,000 - Siliguri
 
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Limberg Gutiérrez]] - US $180,000 - Siliguri
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Gabriel Rios (footballer)| Gabriel Rios]] - US $180,000 - Howrah
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* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Gabriel Rios (footballer)|Gabriel Rios]] - US $180,000 - Howrah
 
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Joselito Vaca]]
 
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Joselito Vaca]]
 
* {{flagicon|CRC}} [[Diego Madrigal]] - US $120,000 - Howrah
 
* {{flagicon|CRC}} [[Diego Madrigal]] - US $120,000 - Howrah
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* {{flagicon|FRA}} [[Robert Pirès]] - US $800,000
 
* {{flagicon|FRA}} [[Robert Pirès]] - US $800,000
* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Gabriel Rios (footballer)| Gabriel Rios]] - US $180,000
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* {{flagicon|BOL}} [[Gabriel Rios (footballer)|Gabriel Rios]] - US $180,000
 
* {{flagicon|CRC}} [[Diego Madrigal]] - US $120,000
 
* {{flagicon|CRC}} [[Diego Madrigal]] - US $120,000
 
* {{flagicon|South Korea}} [[Byun Yoon Chul]] - US $115,000
 
* {{flagicon|South Korea}} [[Byun Yoon Chul]] - US $115,000

2012 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award

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==Nominations==
 
==Nominations==
While no official list for voting has yet been released by the BBC, it is believed that 10 of the following athletes will make up the short list<ref>http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb/betting/e/2558669/BBC%2BSports%2BPersonality%2BOf%2BThe%2BYear%2B2012%2B%252d%2BOutright.html</ref>:
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While no official list for voting has yet been released by the BBC, it is believed that 10 of the following athletes will make up the short list:<ref>http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb/betting/e/2558669/BBC%2BSports%2BPersonality%2BOf%2BThe%2BYear%2B2012%2B%252d%2BOutright.html</ref>
   
 
[[Bradley Wiggins]] – Cycling<br>[[Jessica Ennis]] – Athletics<br>[[Chris Hoy|Sir Chris Hoy]] – Cycling<br>[[Alistair Brownlee]] – Triathlon<br>[[Charlotte Dujardin]] – Equestrian<br>[[Victoria Pendleton]] – Cycling<br>[[Mo Farah]] – Athletics<br>[[Andy Murray]] – Tennis<br>[[Tom Daley (diver)|Tom Daley]] – Diving<br>[[Rory McIlroy]] – Golf<br>[[Ben Ainslie]] – Sailing<br>[[Greg Rutherford]] – Athletics<br>[[Nicola Adams]] – Boxing<br>[[Laura Trott]] – Cycling.
 
[[Bradley Wiggins]] – Cycling<br>[[Jessica Ennis]] – Athletics<br>[[Chris Hoy|Sir Chris Hoy]] – Cycling<br>[[Alistair Brownlee]] – Triathlon<br>[[Charlotte Dujardin]] – Equestrian<br>[[Victoria Pendleton]] – Cycling<br>[[Mo Farah]] – Athletics<br>[[Andy Murray]] – Tennis<br>[[Tom Daley (diver)|Tom Daley]] – Diving<br>[[Rory McIlroy]] – Golf<br>[[Ben Ainslie]] – Sailing<br>[[Greg Rutherford]] – Athletics<br>[[Nicola Adams]] – Boxing<br>[[Laura Trott]] – Cycling.

2012 Azana Spa shootings

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On October 21, 2012, a [[mass shooting]] occurred at the Azana Spa<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.facebook.com/AzanaSalonSpaShootingMemorial |title=Azana Salon & Spa |date=October 21, 2012}} </ref> in [[Brookfield, Wisconsin]], a suburb of [[Milwaukee]]. As of 3:40&nbsp;pm [[Central Standard Time|CST]] on October 21, eight casualties had been reported,<ref>{{cite news|title=Eight people possibly shot at Azana Salon & Spa, across from Brookfield Square Mall|url=http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/multiple-victims-shot-near-brookfield-square-le7a3b4-175147441.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Milwaukee Journal Sentinel|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> four of whom (including the shooter) were reported as dead and four of whom had not suffered critical injuries.<ref name="jsonline">{{cite news|title=Multiple victims shot at Azana Spa, near Brookfield Square|url=http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/multiple-victims-shot-near-brookfield-square-le7a3b4-175147441.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Milwaukee Journal Sentinel|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> The shooter was tentatively identified by police as 45-year-old Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, the estranged husband of a spa worker who was one of the fatal victims, committed suicide inside the spa six hours after the shooting.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.newser.com/article/da226q5g1/county-dispatcher-45-year-old-suspect-in-fatal-wisconsin-spa-shooting-found-dead.html |title=County dispatcher: 45-year-old suspect in fatal Wisconsin spa shooting found dead |first=Dinesh |last=Ramde |publisher=[[Newser]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2012/10/21/report-shooting-in-brookfield-wi.html |title=Suspect ID'd in Wisconsin Shooting
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On October 21, 2012, a [[mass shooting]] occurred at the Azana Spa<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.facebook.com/AzanaSalonSpaShootingMemorial |title=Azana Salon & Spa |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> in [[Brookfield, Wisconsin]], a suburb of [[Milwaukee]]. As of 3:40&nbsp;pm [[Central Standard Time|CST]] on October 21, eight casualties had been reported,<ref>{{cite news|title=Eight people possibly shot at Azana Salon & Spa, across from Brookfield Square Mall|url=http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/multiple-victims-shot-near-brookfield-square-le7a3b4-175147441.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Milwaukee Journal Sentinel|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> four of whom (including the shooter) were reported as dead and four of whom had not suffered critical injuries.<ref name="jsonline">{{cite news|title=Multiple victims shot at Azana Spa, near Brookfield Square|url=http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/multiple-victims-shot-near-brookfield-square-le7a3b4-175147441.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Milwaukee Journal Sentinel|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> The shooter was tentatively identified by police as 45-year-old Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, the estranged husband of a spa worker who was one of the fatal victims, committed suicide inside the spa six hours after the shooting.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.newser.com/article/da226q5g1/county-dispatcher-45-year-old-suspect-in-fatal-wisconsin-spa-shooting-found-dead.html |title=County dispatcher: 45-year-old suspect in fatal Wisconsin spa shooting found dead |first=Dinesh |last=Ramde |publisher=[[Newser]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2012/10/21/report-shooting-in-brookfield-wi.html |title=Suspect ID'd in Wisconsin Shooting
 
|work=[[The Daily Beast]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref>
 
|work=[[The Daily Beast]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref>
   
 
== Events ==
 
== Events ==
On October 21, 2012, the ''[[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]]'' and various local television stations reported that shootings had taken place near the [[Brookfield Square|Brookfield Square mall]], located in Brookfield, Wisconsin. The incident occurred at the Azana Spa at 200 North Moorland Road.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.azanaspa.com/directions.php |title=Directions |publisher=Azana Salon and Spa}}</ref><ref name="nbcnews">{{cite news|title=Report: Multiple people shot near Milwaukee-area mall|url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/21/14596819-report-multiple-people-shot-near-milwaukee-area-mall?lite|accessdate=October 21, 2012|publisher=NBC News|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> Shortly after the incident was reported, it became known that four persons had been transported to [[Froedtert Hospital|Froedtert Memorial Hospital]] with non-critical wounds.<ref name="nbcnews"/> It was also reported that three persons were being transported to that hospital.<ref name="nbcnews"/> Froedtert Hospital was locked down for security purposes, but the hospital resumed normal operations by 4:25 p.m.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.froedtert.com/home.aspx |title=Spa Shootings Updates |date=October 21, 2012 |publisher=[[Froedtert Hospital]]}}</ref>
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On October 21, 2012, the ''[[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]]'' and various local television stations reported that shootings had taken place near the [[Brookfield Square|Brookfield Square mall]], located in Brookfield, Wisconsin. The incident occurred at the Azana Spa at 200 North Moorland Road.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.azanaspa.com/directions.php |title=Directions |publisher=Azana Salon and Spa}}</ref><ref name="nbcnews">{{cite news|title=Report: Multiple people shot near Milwaukee-area mall|url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/21/14596819-report-multiple-people-shot-near-milwaukee-area-mall?lite|accessdate=October 21, 2012|publisher=NBC News|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> Shortly after the incident was reported, it became known that four persons had been transported to [[Froedtert Hospital|Froedtert Memorial Hospital]] with non-critical wounds.<ref name="nbcnews"/> It was also reported that three persons were being transported to that hospital.<ref name="nbcnews"/> Froedtert Hospital was locked down for security purposes, but the hospital resumed normal operations by 4:25&nbsp;p.m.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.froedtert.com/home.aspx |title=Spa Shootings Updates |date=October 21, 2012 |publisher=[[Froedtert Hospital]]}}</ref>
   
 
Haughton had arrived at the Spa via Taxi and was wearing a camouflage outfit and carrying a backpack. Law enforcement officers were reported to have searched the area surrounding the spa and the Brookfield Square shopping center for a suspect, initially described as an 6-foot-1 African-American male in his 40s.<ref name="nbcnews"/> At the time of the incident and during its immediate aftermath, law enforcement instructed bystanders to evacuate the parking lot of the Brookfield Square shopping center, located near the spa.<ref>{{cite news|last=Pearce|first=Matt|title=At least 7 reportedly injured in shooting at suburban Milwaukee spa|url=http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-milwaukee-spa-shooting-20121021,0,6585787.story|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Los Angeles Times|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> At 1:14&nbsp;pm [[Central Standard Time|CST]], Milwaukee news station [[TMJ4]] reported that the mall had been closed by police.<ref>{{cite news|title=Brookfield Square shut down after shooting|url=http://www.todaystmj4.com/news/local/175145691.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=TMJ4|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> Shortly after the shooting a Milwaukee [[bomb squad]] was dispatched to the scene, as an [[improvised explosive device]] was apparently left behind and a fire was set.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/family-spokesman-sen-george-mcgovern-lost-1972-presidential-17527807#.UIRmocWHKSo |title=Police: Bomb Squad Is on Scene of Wis. Shooting |date=October 21, 2012 |publisher=[[ABC News]] |agency=Associated Press}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10842099 |title=Three dead in Wisconsin spa shooting |date=October 22, 2012 |work=The New Zealand Herald}}</ref> A spokesman for the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] stated that bomb disposal technicians and [[hostage negotiation|hostage negotiators]] had been dispatched.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.medicinehatnews.com/world-news/wisconsin-authorities-release-photo-of-suspect-in-mass-shooting-near-milwaukee-area-mall-20121021.html |title=Wisconsin authorities release photo of suspect in mass shooting near Milwaukee-area mall |work=[[Medicine Hat News]] |date=October 21, 2012 |first=Dinesh |last=Ramde}}</ref> Agents from the [[Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives]] were also sent to the scene.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.waff.com/story/19875034/3-killed-4-injured-in-shooting-near-wi-mall |title=Reports: Gunman, 3 dead in WI shooting spree |first=Kimberly |last=Schupp-Miller |publisher=[[WAFF (TV)|WAFF]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref>
 
Haughton had arrived at the Spa via Taxi and was wearing a camouflage outfit and carrying a backpack. Law enforcement officers were reported to have searched the area surrounding the spa and the Brookfield Square shopping center for a suspect, initially described as an 6-foot-1 African-American male in his 40s.<ref name="nbcnews"/> At the time of the incident and during its immediate aftermath, law enforcement instructed bystanders to evacuate the parking lot of the Brookfield Square shopping center, located near the spa.<ref>{{cite news|last=Pearce|first=Matt|title=At least 7 reportedly injured in shooting at suburban Milwaukee spa|url=http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-milwaukee-spa-shooting-20121021,0,6585787.story|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=Los Angeles Times|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> At 1:14&nbsp;pm [[Central Standard Time|CST]], Milwaukee news station [[TMJ4]] reported that the mall had been closed by police.<ref>{{cite news|title=Brookfield Square shut down after shooting|url=http://www.todaystmj4.com/news/local/175145691.html|accessdate=October 21, 2012|newspaper=TMJ4|date=October 21, 2012}}</ref> Shortly after the shooting a Milwaukee [[bomb squad]] was dispatched to the scene, as an [[improvised explosive device]] was apparently left behind and a fire was set.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/family-spokesman-sen-george-mcgovern-lost-1972-presidential-17527807#.UIRmocWHKSo |title=Police: Bomb Squad Is on Scene of Wis. Shooting |date=October 21, 2012 |publisher=[[ABC News]] |agency=Associated Press}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10842099 |title=Three dead in Wisconsin spa shooting |date=October 22, 2012 |work=The New Zealand Herald}}</ref> A spokesman for the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] stated that bomb disposal technicians and [[hostage negotiation|hostage negotiators]] had been dispatched.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.medicinehatnews.com/world-news/wisconsin-authorities-release-photo-of-suspect-in-mass-shooting-near-milwaukee-area-mall-20121021.html |title=Wisconsin authorities release photo of suspect in mass shooting near Milwaukee-area mall |work=[[Medicine Hat News]] |date=October 21, 2012 |first=Dinesh |last=Ramde}}</ref> Agents from the [[Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives]] were also sent to the scene.<ref>{{Cite news |url=http://www.waff.com/story/19875034/3-killed-4-injured-in-shooting-near-wi-mall |title=Reports: Gunman, 3 dead in WI shooting spree |first=Kimberly |last=Schupp-Miller |publisher=[[WAFF (TV)|WAFF]] |date=October 21, 2012}}</ref>
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Terry_Ratzmann#Shooting|2005 Living Church of God shooting]] at [[Sheraton Hotel]] less than one mile away.
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* [[Terry Ratzmann#Shooting|2005 Living Church of God shooting]] at [[Sheraton Hotel]] less than one mile away.
 
* [[Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting|2012 Sikh temple shooting]] that happened 77 days earlier.
 
* [[Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting|2012 Sikh temple shooting]] that happened 77 days earlier.
   

2012 Aurora shooting conspiracy theories

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The '''[[2012 Aurora shooting]]s''' on July 20, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado has resulted in multiple [[conspiracy theory|conspiracy theories]].<ref>[http://digitaljournal.com/article/329160 Details of Aurora shooting spark conspiracy theories] retrfieved 8 November 2012.</ref>
 
The '''[[2012 Aurora shooting]]s''' on July 20, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado has resulted in multiple [[conspiracy theory|conspiracy theories]].<ref>[http://digitaljournal.com/article/329160 Details of Aurora shooting spark conspiracy theories] retrfieved 8 November 2012.</ref>
 
==List of conspiracies==
 
==List of conspiracies==
*Some conspiracy theorists think that the massacre was an inside job, staged by the CIA and the police, and that the shooter, [[James Eagan Holmes|James Holmes]] was a CIA "puppet-mime" who was brainwashed by the CIA to carry out the murders.<ref>[http://kennyspuathoughts.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/batman-dark-knight-rises-movie-theatre-massacre-was-a-u-s-government-set-up/ Batman "Dark Knight Rises" Movie Theatre Massacre Was A U.S. Government Set Up] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref> <ref>[http://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/theater-shooting-in-aurora-colorado-screams-false-flag/18061/ Theater Shooting in Aurora Screams 'False']retrieved 8 November 2012 </ref>Conspiracy theorists believe that the main reason behind the shooting was so the Government can intentionally scare citizens, and enact stricter gun laws to the point that American citizens would no longer have their [[Right to keep and bear arms|Second Amendment gun rights]].<ref>[http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/was-the-batman-shooting-a-ritualistic-murder-carried-out-by-mind-controlled-patsy/ Was the "Batman Shooting" a Ritualistic Murder Carried Out by Mind Controlled Patsy?] retrieved 8 November 2012.</ref>
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*Some conspiracy theorists think that the massacre was an inside job, staged by the CIA and the police, and that the shooter, [[James Eagan Holmes|James Holmes]] was a CIA "puppet-mime" who was brainwashed by the CIA to carry out the murders.<ref>[http://kennyspuathoughts.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/batman-dark-knight-rises-movie-theatre-massacre-was-a-u-s-government-set-up/ Batman "Dark Knight Rises" Movie Theatre Massacre Was A U.S. Government Set Up] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref><ref>[http://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/theater-shooting-in-aurora-colorado-screams-false-flag/18061/ Theater Shooting in Aurora Screams 'False'] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref> Conspiracy theorists believe that the main reason behind the shooting was so the Government can intentionally scare citizens, and enact stricter gun laws to the point that American citizens would no longer have their [[Right to keep and bear arms|Second Amendment gun rights]].<ref>[http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/was-the-batman-shooting-a-ritualistic-murder-carried-out-by-mind-controlled-patsy/ Was the "Batman Shooting" a Ritualistic Murder Carried Out by Mind Controlled Patsy?] retrieved 8 November 2012.</ref>
 
*Some conspiracy theorists say that the man arrested with the red hair was not Holmes, pointing to different features such as a narrower nose, and a bigger mouth.
 
*Some conspiracy theorists say that the man arrested with the red hair was not Holmes, pointing to different features such as a narrower nose, and a bigger mouth.
*Another conspiracy suggests that Holmes was unemployed, and they argue that someone who is unemployed cannot possibly purchase $20,000 in weapons<ref>[http://metabunk.org/threads/665-Aurora-James-Holmes-Batman-shootings-Conspiracy-Theories Aurora James Holmes Batman shootings, Conspiracy Theories] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref>.
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*Another conspiracy suggests that Holmes was unemployed, and they argue that someone who is unemployed cannot possibly purchase $20,000 in weapons.<ref>[http://metabunk.org/threads/665-Aurora-James-Holmes-Batman-shootings-Conspiracy-Theories Aurora James Holmes Batman shootings, Conspiracy Theories] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref>
 
*Conspirists also argue that Holmes could not have gone insane, being he was a medical student.<ref>[http://www.naturalnews.com/036536_James_Holmes_shooting_false_flag.html Colorado Batman shooting shows obvious signs of being staged] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref>
 
*Conspirists also argue that Holmes could not have gone insane, being he was a medical student.<ref>[http://www.naturalnews.com/036536_James_Holmes_shooting_false_flag.html Colorado Batman shooting shows obvious signs of being staged] retrieved 8 November 2012</ref>
 
*Some conspirists have gone as far as to say that the late actor [[Heath Ledger]] (who played Joker in ''[[The Dark Knight]]'') was not actually dead, and that his comeback was disguising himself as Holmes, in an attempt to make the film a blockbuster of proportions.
 
*Some conspirists have gone as far as to say that the late actor [[Heath Ledger]] (who played Joker in ''[[The Dark Knight]]'') was not actually dead, and that his comeback was disguising himself as Holmes, in an attempt to make the film a blockbuster of proportions.

2012 Atlantic hurricane season

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Activities in 2013
 
Activities in 2013
 
Organization of the second day of GeoGebra.
 
Organization of the second day of GeoGebra.
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Technical fair 2013 (Mechelen, Belgium): 2013 Mar 13th
 
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== The incident ==
The aircraft, operating as an air freighter, was flying from [[Carrasco International Airport]], [[Montevideo]], [[Uruguay]] to [[Ezeiza International Airport]], [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]]. Operating in [[icing conditions]], air traffic control lost contact with the aircraft at an altitude of approximately {{convert|4500|ft}}, five minutes into the flight and approximately {{convert|10|nmi|km}} south of Montevideo. The aircraft did not land at any airport and is thought to have fallen about 2nm south of [[Isla de Flores|Flores Island]], in the area it was in when contact was lost.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.avherald.com/h?article=450c1fee&opt=0 |title=Crash: Air Class SW4 near Flores Island on Jun 6th 2012, aircraft missing |work=Aviation Herald.com|accessdate=23 Jun 2012}}</ref>
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The aircraft, operating as an air freighter, was flying from [[Carrasco International Airport]], [[Montevideo]], [[Uruguay]] to [[Ezeiza International Airport]], [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]]. Operating in [[icing conditions]], air traffic control lost contact with the aircraft at an altitude of approximately {{convert|4500|ft}}, five minutes into the flight and approximately {{convert|10|nmi|km}} south of Montevideo. The aircraft did not land at any airport and is thought to have fallen about 2&nbsp;nm south of [[Isla de Flores|Flores Island]], in the area it was in when contact was lost.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.avherald.com/h?article=450c1fee&opt=0 |title=Crash: Air Class SW4 near Flores Island on Jun 6th 2012, aircraft missing |work=Aviation Herald.com|accessdate=23 Jun 2012}}</ref>
   
 
The only people on board were the 2 crew, Walter Rigo (63) and Martín Riva (34).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.elpais.com.uy/120609/pciuda-645460/ciudades/-a-mi-hijo-siempre-le-encanto-volar-vivia-pensando-en-eso-/|title=My son always enjoyed flying |work=EL PAIS|accessdate=19-6-2012|language=Spanish}}</ref> After the weather conditions made the search almost impossible, on June 20 the authorities went on searching; so far, 50% of the area has been surveyed with no signs of the plane or crew.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.montevideo.com.uy/notnoticias_170401_1.html|title=Whatever it takes|accessdate=23-6-2012|publisher=MontevideoCOMM}}</ref>
 
The only people on board were the 2 crew, Walter Rigo (63) and Martín Riva (34).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.elpais.com.uy/120609/pciuda-645460/ciudades/-a-mi-hijo-siempre-le-encanto-volar-vivia-pensando-en-eso-/|title=My son always enjoyed flying |work=EL PAIS|accessdate=19-6-2012|language=Spanish}}</ref> After the weather conditions made the search almost impossible, on June 20 the authorities went on searching; so far, 50% of the area has been surveyed with no signs of the plane or crew.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.montevideo.com.uy/notnoticias_170401_1.html|title=Whatever it takes|accessdate=23-6-2012|publisher=MontevideoCOMM}}</ref>

2012 African Championships in Athletics

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2012 ANZAC Test

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2012 AFC Champions League Final

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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
 
[[File:Lee Keun-Ho - 1.jpg|thumb|[[Lee Keun-Ho]] was named as MVP of the tournament]]
 
[[File:Lee Keun-Ho - 1.jpg|thumb|[[Lee Keun-Ho]] was named as MVP of the tournament]]
Ulsan Hyundai became the third [[K-League]] club in four years to be crowned Asian champions with a 3-0 win over Al Ahli of [[Saudi Arabia]] in the final of the AFC Champions League at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on Saturday with goals from captain [[Kwak Tae-Hwi]], Brazilian striker [[Rafael dos Santos de Oliveira]] (Rafinha) and [[Kim Seung-Yong ]] learned last year's K-League Cup winners their first-ever continental crown and a place at next month's [[FIFA Club World Cup]] in [[Japan]]. Ulsan were the fourth [[Korea]]n side in a row to reach the final and Kim Ho-gon's team join [[Pohang Steelers]] and [[Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma]] in lifting the title after their successes in [[2009 AFC Champions League|2009]] and [[2010 AFC Champions League|2010]] respectively. The win was nothing less than Ulsan deserved against an [[Al Ahli]] side who were also making their first appearance in the final of the [[AFC Champions League]] but who appeared overawed by the occasion. Ulsan took command early on with Rafinha firing off an effort from the edge of the area seven minutes in while Kwak headed Kim Seung-yong's corner wide three minutes later. It only took a further three minutes, though, for the Korean side to go in front with Ulsan's prowess from set pieces paying dividends when Kim Seung-yong flicked a free kick into the area and Kwak rose highest to head past Abdullah Al Muaiof. The goal did little to wake Al Ahli out of their slumber and, although the time spent in the Ulsan half increased, Karel Jarolim's team did little to make it count. It was at the other end that the majority of the action continued, with Ulsan's Colombian midfielder Juan Estiven Velez trying his luck from range twice in the space of three minutes, but both his efforts were off target. Indeed, it was Ulsan's complacency at the back that threatened to allow Al Ahli back into the game as the home side gave away possession too easily on several occasions, but only Motaz Al Mosa went close to testing Kim Young-kwang when he shot over the bar with seven minutes left in the half. Al Ahli shook off some of the lethargy that had hampered their play in the opening 45 minutes, but Ulsan still remained in the ascendancy and, by the 67th minute, they had doubled their lead. Velez's left footed cross from the right was headed across goal by Kim Shin-wook and Rafinha emerged through a trio of Al Ahli defenders to poke the ball over the line and to send most of the 42,153 fans in Ulsan Munsu Stadium into raptures. And eight minutes later Kim Seung-yong confirmed the title would be heading back to Korea with a fierce low left-foot drive that Al Muaiouf could do little to keep out.
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Ulsan Hyundai became the third [[K-League]] club in four years to be crowned Asian champions with a 3-0 win over Al Ahli of [[Saudi Arabia]] in the final of the AFC Champions League at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on Saturday with goals from captain [[Kwak Tae-Hwi]], Brazilian striker [[Rafael dos Santos de Oliveira]] (Rafinha) and [[Kim Seung-Yong]] learned last year's K-League Cup winners their first-ever continental crown and a place at next month's [[FIFA Club World Cup]] in [[Japan]]. Ulsan were the fourth [[Korea]]n side in a row to reach the final and Kim Ho-gon's team join [[Pohang Steelers]] and [[Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma]] in lifting the title after their successes in [[2009 AFC Champions League|2009]] and [[2010 AFC Champions League|2010]] respectively. The win was nothing less than Ulsan deserved against an [[Al Ahli]] side who were also making their first appearance in the final of the [[AFC Champions League]] but who appeared overawed by the occasion. Ulsan took command early on with Rafinha firing off an effort from the edge of the area seven minutes in while Kwak headed Kim Seung-yong's corner wide three minutes later. It only took a further three minutes, though, for the Korean side to go in front with Ulsan's prowess from set pieces paying dividends when Kim Seung-yong flicked a free kick into the area and Kwak rose highest to head past Abdullah Al Muaiof. The goal did little to wake Al Ahli out of their slumber and, although the time spent in the Ulsan half increased, Karel Jarolim's team did little to make it count. It was at the other end that the majority of the action continued, with Ulsan's Colombian midfielder Juan Estiven Velez trying his luck from range twice in the space of three minutes, but both his efforts were off target. Indeed, it was Ulsan's complacency at the back that threatened to allow Al Ahli back into the game as the home side gave away possession too easily on several occasions, but only Motaz Al Mosa went close to testing Kim Young-kwang when he shot over the bar with seven minutes left in the half. Al Ahli shook off some of the lethargy that had hampered their play in the opening 45 minutes, but Ulsan still remained in the ascendancy and, by the 67th minute, they had doubled their lead. Velez's left footed cross from the right was headed across goal by Kim Shin-wook and Rafinha emerged through a trio of Al Ahli defenders to poke the ball over the line and to send most of the 42,153 fans in Ulsan Munsu Stadium into raptures. And eight minutes later Kim Seung-yong confirmed the title would be heading back to Korea with a fierce low left-foot drive that Al Muaiouf could do little to keep out.
   
 
Winnig head coach, [[Kim Ho-Gon]] hailed Ulsan Hyundai's historic maiden AFC Champions League: "Ulsan have had to wait for a long time to come to final so I told the players we must win the game and to do that we must play a normal game," said Ulsan coach Kim Ho-gon. "The players created a lot of pressure in the first half and all of the players played their part." Ulsan were always in control of the contest despite Al Ahli improving after Kwak's 13th minute header from Kim Seung-yong's free-kick and after Rafinha's fifth goal in an many games seven minutes after the hour mark, Kim Seung-yong sealed the win in spectacular fashion with 15 minutes remaining as Ulsan netted their 27th goal of the campaign. "After the first goal the players felt they could win and they made some mistakes and allowed Al Ahli to create some attacks," added Kim Ho-gon, At half-time I talked to the players and the second half was very good." Having won their group with an unbeaten record ahead of Japan's FC Tokyo, Ulsan edged out J.League champions [[Kashiwa Reysol]] 3-2 in the Round of 16 to maintain Korean interest in the competition and Ulsan bettered their [[2006 AFC Champions League|2006]] run to the semi-finals with wins over Saudi Arabia's [[Al Hilal]] and Uzbekistan's [[Bunyodkor]] in the knockout stage. "After the first group game every game felt like a final, but the final did not feel like a final as we had done so well in the semi-final," added Kim Ho-gon. Having won the AFC Champions League title for the first, Ulsan have also earned an appearance at next month's FIFA Club World Cup in Japan with Kim Ho-gon's side set to meet Mexico's Monterrey in the quarter-finals. "I am so happy for the players," added Kim Ho-gon. "They wanted to play in the FIFA Club World Cup and it is the same for me. This is the happiest day in my coaching career."
 
Winnig head coach, [[Kim Ho-Gon]] hailed Ulsan Hyundai's historic maiden AFC Champions League: "Ulsan have had to wait for a long time to come to final so I told the players we must win the game and to do that we must play a normal game," said Ulsan coach Kim Ho-gon. "The players created a lot of pressure in the first half and all of the players played their part." Ulsan were always in control of the contest despite Al Ahli improving after Kwak's 13th minute header from Kim Seung-yong's free-kick and after Rafinha's fifth goal in an many games seven minutes after the hour mark, Kim Seung-yong sealed the win in spectacular fashion with 15 minutes remaining as Ulsan netted their 27th goal of the campaign. "After the first goal the players felt they could win and they made some mistakes and allowed Al Ahli to create some attacks," added Kim Ho-gon, At half-time I talked to the players and the second half was very good." Having won their group with an unbeaten record ahead of Japan's FC Tokyo, Ulsan edged out J.League champions [[Kashiwa Reysol]] 3-2 in the Round of 16 to maintain Korean interest in the competition and Ulsan bettered their [[2006 AFC Champions League|2006]] run to the semi-finals with wins over Saudi Arabia's [[Al Hilal]] and Uzbekistan's [[Bunyodkor]] in the knockout stage. "After the first group game every game felt like a final, but the final did not feel like a final as we had done so well in the semi-final," added Kim Ho-gon. Having won the AFC Champions League title for the first, Ulsan have also earned an appearance at next month's FIFA Club World Cup in Japan with Kim Ho-gon's side set to meet Mexico's Monterrey in the quarter-finals. "I am so happy for the players," added Kim Ho-gon. "They wanted to play in the FIFA Club World Cup and it is the same for me. This is the happiest day in my coaching career."
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The '''2012 [[212 Olympia Showdown]]''' contest was an [[International Federation of BodyBuilders|IFBB]] [[professional bodybuilding]] competition for competitors weighing 212lbs or less, and one of the featured events at '''Joe Weider's Olympia Fitness & Performance Weekend 2012''' held September 27-30, 2012 at the [[Las Vegas Convention Center]] and [[Orleans Arena]] in [[Las Vegas, Nevada]]. Other events at the exhibition included the [[2012 Mr. Olympia|Mr. Olympia]],
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[[2012 Ms. Olympia|Ms. Olympia]], [[Fitness Olympia]], and [[Figure Olympia]] contests.
 
[[2012 Ms. Olympia|Ms. Olympia]], [[Fitness Olympia]], and [[Figure Olympia]] contests.
   

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*[[Mesoamerican Long Count calendar #2012 and the Long Count|2012 and the Long Count]]
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2012-2013 Chicago Bulls

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=End of 2011-2102 Season / Opening Day Roster=
 
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Coming off two straight seasons with the [[NBA]]'s best record, the Bulls began the [[2012-2013 NBA season]] with a lot of questions and concerns. Chief among them was the loss - during the [[2011-2012 NBA playoffs]] - of their star [[point-guard]] [[Derrick Rose]]. In game one of the Bulls 2011-2012 first round playoff series against the 8th seed [[Philadelphia 76ers]] Rose tore his [[ACL]] in his left knee. Rose underwent surgery to repair the knee and his initial timetable for a return to the court was 8-12 months. Then, after losing Rose to the injury, and suffering a spate of other injuries including a high-ankle sprain for center [[Joakim Noah]], the Bulls ended up losing the series to the 76ers in six games. It was a dispiriting loss to for a team with championship aspirations. The Bull's main rival [[Miami Heat]] went on to win the 2011-2012 {{NBA championship]].
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Coming off two straight seasons with the [[NBA]]'s best record, the Bulls began the [[2012-2013 NBA season]] with a lot of questions and concerns. Chief among them was the loss - during the [[2011-2012 NBA playoffs]] - of their star [[point-guard]] [[Derrick Rose]]. In game one of the Bulls 2011-2012 first round playoff series against the 8th seed [[Philadelphia 76ers]] Rose tore his [[ACL]] in his left knee. Rose underwent surgery to repair the knee and his initial timetable for a return to the court was 8–12 months. Then, after losing Rose to the injury, and suffering a spate of other injuries including a high-ankle sprain for center [[Joakim Noah]], the Bulls ended up losing the series to the 76ers in six games. It was a dispiriting loss to for a team with championship aspirations. The Bull's main rival [[Miami Heat]] went on to win the 2011-2012 {{NBA championship]].
   
 
So, the Bulls began the 2012-2013 season without their best player, [[NBA MVP]] Rose. Moreover, they lost standout defensive star [[Omer Asik]] to the [[Houston Rockets]] in free agency. They also lost backups [[Kyle Korver]], [[C.J. Watson]], and [[Ronnie Brewer]] as part of a busy offseason roster shuffle.
 
So, the Bulls began the 2012-2013 season without their best player, [[NBA MVP]] Rose. Moreover, they lost standout defensive star [[Omer Asik]] to the [[Houston Rockets]] in free agency. They also lost backups [[Kyle Korver]], [[C.J. Watson]], and [[Ronnie Brewer]] as part of a busy offseason roster shuffle.

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2012-13 United States winter storm season

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The [[2012-13 United States winter storm season]] will be a time of year in the [[United States]] where snowfall is present, also known as [[winter (season)|winter]] in the United States. Winter storms have been present for thousands of years, but this particular year will be slightly different will names that will be assigned to major winter storms in the United States. There are 26 names in the list created by the [[The Weather Channel]], most of them originating from Greek gods and goddesses. There is no time period that delimits the season, but it is most likely between the winter months for the [[northern hemisphere]]. No activity has yet occured, but the Weather Channel is the main tracking center to monitor these storms.
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The '''2012-13 United States winter storm season''' will be a time of year in the [[United States]] where snowfall is present, also known as [[winter (season)|winter]] in the United States. Winter storms have been present for thousands of years, but this particular year will be slightly different will names that will be assigned to major winter storms in the United States. There are 26 names in the list created by the [[The Weather Channel]], most of them originating from Greek gods and goddesses. There is no time period that delimits the season, but it is most likely between the winter months for the [[northern hemisphere]]. No activity has yet occured, but the Weather Channel is the main tracking center to monitor these storms.
   
 
==Information behind the new naming system==
 
==Information behind the new naming system==
[[Hurricanes]] have been named since the 1940s and [[European windstorms]] have been named since the 1950s. The importance of naming these phenomenons is to raise awareness, using a name makes it much easier to to follow a weather system's progress, a storm with a name takes personality of its own, and a storm with a name is easier to remember for future reference. In the past, winter storms have been given a temporary name, such as "Snowmageden", "The President's Day Storm", and other things known as "Nor'easters". Yet, until now, there has not been no organized naming system for these storms before they impact populated areas. One of the reasons this may be may be true, is that there is no offical "national center" to monitor these systems. [[The Weather Channel]] has stepped up to take a significant role to monitor these systems; they have the meteorological ability and technology to successfully track these large systems.<ref name=TWC new naming system 2>{{cite web|author=The Weather Channel|title=Why the Weather Channel is naming winter storms|url=http://www.weather.com/news/why-we-name-winter-storms-20121001|publisher=The Weather Channel|date=October 2, 2012|accessdate=October 2, 2012}}</ref>
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[[Hurricanes]] have been named since the 1940s and [[European windstorms]] have been named since the 1950s. The importance of naming these phenomenons is to raise awareness, using a name makes it much easier to to follow a weather system's progress, a storm with a name takes personality of its own, and a storm with a name is easier to remember for future reference. In the past, winter storms have been given a temporary name, such as "Snowmageden", "The President's Day Storm", and other things known as "Nor'easters". Yet, until now, there has not been no organized naming system for these storms before they impact populated areas. One of the reasons this may be may be true, is that there is no offical "national center" to monitor these systems. [[The Weather Channel]] has stepped up to take a significant role to monitor these systems; they have the meteorological ability and technology to successfully track these large systems.<ref name="TWC new naming system 2">{{cite web|author=The Weather Channel|title=Why the Weather Channel is naming winter storms|url=http://www.weather.com/news/why-we-name-winter-storms-20121001|publisher=The Weather Channel|date=October 2, 2012|accessdate=October 2, 2012}}</ref>
   
There will have to be many differences from the "tropical model" for naming the winter storms. The process for naming a winter storm will reflect a more complete assessment of several variables that combine to produce disruptive impacts including snowfall, ice, wind and temperature. In addition, the time of day and the day of the week will be taken into consideration in the process the meteorological team will use to name storms. The new naming system should help raise awareness and will allow for clearer communications.<ref name=TWC new naming system>{{cite web|author=The Weather Channel|title=Why the Weather Channel is naming winter storms|url=http://www.weather.com/news/why-we-name-winter-storms-20121001|publisher=The Weather Channel|date=October 2, 2012|accessdate=October 2, 2012}}</ref>
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There will have to be many differences from the "tropical model" for naming the winter storms. The process for naming a winter storm will reflect a more complete assessment of several variables that combine to produce disruptive impacts including snowfall, ice, wind and temperature. In addition, the time of day and the day of the week will be taken into consideration in the process the meteorological team will use to name storms. The new naming system should help raise awareness and will allow for clearer communications.<ref name="TWC new naming system 2"/>
   
 
==Storms==
 
==Storms==
   
 
==Storm names==
 
==Storm names==
The following names will be used for named winter storms that form in the [[United States]] in 2012-2013. Retired names are still unclear on if names will be retired or not. Some of these names are based around Greek gods and goddesses others are based around other things. Most of these names are supposed to represent "attitude", or so said by [[The Weather Channel]].<ref name=TWC new naming system 3>{{cite web|author=The Weather Channel|title=Why the Weather Channel is naming winter storms|url=http://www.weather.com/news/winter-storm-names-20121001|publisher=The Weather Channel|date=October 2, 2012|accessdate=October 2, 2012}}</ref>
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The following names will be used for named winter storms that form in the [[United States]] in 2012-2013. Retired names are still unclear on if names will be retired or not. Some of these names are based around Greek gods and goddesses others are based around other things. Most of these names are supposed to represent "attitude", or so said by [[The Weather Channel]].<ref name="TWC new naming system 3">{{cite web|author=The Weather Channel|title=Why the Weather Channel is naming winter storms|url=http://www.weather.com/news/winter-storm-names-20121001|publisher=The Weather Channel|date=October 2, 2012|accessdate=October 2, 2012}}</ref>
   
 
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The '''2012 U.S. winter storm season''' is the first winter storm season defined by [[The Weather Channel]] to name "noteworthy" storms. The season is notable as it is the first published season with controversy among the meteorological organizations such as the [[National Weather Service]], [[Accuweather]], and other notable organizations that refused to recognize the naming schema, as the criteria for the storm is relatively arbitrary based on its "noteworthiness". According to NBC News, the reason for the naming of winter storms is to raise awareness and to make it easier to track the storm's progress. This was not done without precedent as weather systems of all kinds including winter storms in Europe have been named since the 1950's. Giving storms name makes them more memorable and makes it easier to communicate via social media. <ref>{{cite web | url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/02/14182155-winter-storms-to-be-named-by-weather-channel?lite | title=Winter storms to be named by Weather Channel}}</ref>
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The '''2012 U.S. winter storm season''' is the first winter storm season defined by [[The Weather Channel]] to name "noteworthy" storms. The season is notable as it is the first published season with controversy among the meteorological organizations such as the [[National Weather Service]], [[Accuweather]], and other notable organizations that refused to recognize the naming schema, as the criteria for the storm is relatively arbitrary based on its "noteworthiness". According to NBC News, the reason for the naming of winter storms is to raise awareness and to make it easier to track the storm's progress. This was not done without precedent as weather systems of all kinds including winter storms in Europe have been named since the 1950's. Giving storms name makes them more memorable and makes it easier to communicate via social media.<ref>{{cite web | url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/02/14182155-winter-storms-to-be-named-by-weather-channel?lite | title=Winter storms to be named by Weather Channel}}</ref>
   
 
==Storms==
 
==Storms==
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==Storm names==
 
==Storm names==
The following names will be used for named storms in 2012-2013. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.weather.com/news/winter-storm-names-20121001|title=Winter Storm Names for 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/02/14182155-winter-storms-to-be-named-by-weather-channel?lite| title=Winter storms to be named y Weather Channel - U.S. News}}</ref>
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The following names will be used for named storms in 2012-2013.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.weather.com/news/winter-storm-names-20121001|title=Winter Storm Names for 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/02/14182155-winter-storms-to-be-named-by-weather-channel?lite| title=Winter storms to be named y Weather Channel - U.S. News}}</ref>
   
 
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2012-13 Scottish Junior Football Central Division Two

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| competition = '''[[Scottish_Junior_Football_Central_Division_Two|Stagecoach West of Scotland Central Division Two]]'''
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| season = [[2012–13 in Scottish football|2012–13]]
 
| season = [[2012–13 in Scottish football|2012–13]]
 
| winners =
 
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!Manager
 
!Manager
 
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|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Blantyre_Victoria_F.C.|Blantyre Victoria]]|| [[Blantyre,_South_Lanarkshire|Blantyre]] || Castle Park || Brian Crawford
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Blantyre Victoria F.C.|Blantyre Victoria]]|| [[Blantyre, South Lanarkshire|Blantyre]] || Castle Park || Brian Crawford
 
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|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Cambuslang_Rangers_F.C.|Cambuslang Rangers]]|| [[Cambuslang]] || Somervell Park || Alan Wardlaw
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Cambuslang Rangers F.C.|Cambuslang Rangers]]|| [[Cambuslang]] || Somervell Park || Alan Wardlaw
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Forth_Wanderers_F.C.|Forth Wanderers]]|| [[Forth]] || Kingshill Park || [[Jamie_McKenzie_(footballer_born_1980)|Jamie McKenzie]]
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Forth Wanderers F.C.|Forth Wanderers]]|| [[Forth]] || Kingshill Park || [[Jamie McKenzie (footballer born 1980)|Jamie McKenzie]]
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Johnstone_Burgh_F.C.|Johnstone Burgh]]|| [[Johnstone]] || James Y. Keanie Park || George Walker
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Johnstone Burgh F.C.|Johnstone Burgh]]|| [[Johnstone]] || James Y. Keanie Park || George Walker
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Maryhill_F.C.|Maryhill]]|| [[Maryhill]] || Lochburn Park || Brian Heron
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Maryhill F.C.|Maryhill]]|| [[Maryhill]] || Lochburn Park || Brian Heron
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Newmains_United_Community_F.C.|Newmains United]]|| [[Newmains]] || Victoria Park || Ian Rankin
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Newmains United Community F.C.|Newmains United]]|| [[Newmains]] || Victoria Park || Ian Rankin
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Rossvale_F.C.|Rossvale]]|| [[Springburn]] || [[Petershill_Park|Petershill Park]] || Ian Gray
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Rossvale F.C.|Rossvale]]|| [[Springburn]] || [[Petershill Park]] || Ian Gray
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Royal_Albert_F.C.|Royal Albert]]|| [[Larkhall]] || Gasworks Park || Ian McCluskey
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Royal Albert F.C.|Royal Albert]]|| [[Larkhall]] || Gasworks Park || Ian McCluskey
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Vale_of_Clyde_F.C.|Vale of Clyde]]|| [[Tollcross,_Glasgow|Tollcross]] || Fullarton Park || Ian Currie
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Vale of Clyde F.C.|Vale of Clyde]]|| [[Tollcross, Glasgow|Tollcross]] || Fullarton Park || Ian Currie
 
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|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Vale_of_Leven_F.C.|Vale of Leven]]|| [[Alexandria,_Scotland|Alexandria]] || Millburn Park || Hugh Hamill
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Vale of Leven F.C.|Vale of Leven]]|| [[Alexandria, Scotland|Alexandria]] || Millburn Park || Hugh Hamill
 
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|-
|style="text-align:left;"|[[Wishaw_F.C.|Wishaw]]|| [[Wishaw]] || [[Beltane_Park|Beltane Park]] || [[John_McKeown_(footballer)|John McKeown]]
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|style="text-align:left;"|[[Wishaw F.C.|Wishaw]]|| [[Wishaw]] || [[Beltane Park]] || [[John McKeown (footballer)|John McKeown]]
 
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{{Fb cl header |noqr=y}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=1 |t=Blantyre Victoria |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0|champion=}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=1 |t=Blantyre Victoria |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0|champion=}}
{{Fb cl3 qr |promoted=y |rows=3 |competition=2013–14 [[Scottish_Junior_Football_Central_Division_One|Central Division One]]}}
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{{Fb cl3 qr |promoted=y |rows=3 |competition=2013–14 [[Scottish Junior Football Central Division One|Central Division One]]}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=2 |t=Cambuslang Rangers |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=2 |t=Cambuslang Rangers |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=3 |t=Forth Wanderers |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0}}
 
{{Fb cl team |p=3 |t=Forth Wanderers |w= |d= |l= |gf= |ga= |bc=#D0F0C0}}
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{{2012–13 in Scottish football}}
 
{{2012–13 in Scottish football}}
   
[[Category:2012–13 in Scottish football|West Of Scotland Central Division Two, 2012–13]]
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[[Category:2012–13 in Scottish football|West Of Scotland Central Division Two, 2012-13]]
[[Category:2012–13 domestic association football leagues|West Of Scotland Central Division Two, 2012–13]]
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[[Category:2012–13 domestic association football leagues|West Of Scotland Central Division Two, 2012-13]]
 
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2012-13 O'Higgins B season

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|league = [[2012–13 Second League|Second League]]
 
|league = [[2012–13 Second League|Second League]]
 
|league result = ''8th''
 
|league result = ''8th''
|cup2 =[[2012 |Super Cup]]
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|cup2 =[[2012|Super Cup]]
 
|cup2 result = '''Winners'''
 
|cup2 result = '''Winners'''
 
|cup1 = [[2012–13 Macedonian Cup|Macedonian Cup]]
 
|cup1 = [[2012–13 Macedonian Cup|Macedonian Cup]]
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{{wikipedia-deleted|Valenciano}}
 
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}

2012-13 Nadezhda Cup

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==Prizes==
 
==Prizes==
Nadezhda Cup winner received 15 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|15000000|RUS}}|0}}) in prize money. The runner-up received 8 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|8000000|RUS}}|0}}) and the teams that finished third and fourth were awarded 3 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|3000000|RUS}}|0}}) each. The winning team also receive the right to select players from the first round in the [[2013 KHL Junior Draft]]<ref>http://news.belta.by/en/news/sport?id=708673</ref>.
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Nadezhda Cup winner received 15 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|15000000|RUS}}|0}}) in prize money. The runner-up received 8 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|8000000|RUS}}|0}}) and the teams that finished third and fourth were awarded 3 million {{Russian ruble|link=currency symbol}} (${{formatprice|{{To USD|3000000|RUS}}|0}}) each. The winning team also receive the right to select players from the first round in the [[2013 KHL Junior Draft]].<ref>http://news.belta.by/en/news/sport?id=708673</ref>
   
 
==Results==
 
==Results==
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| RD1-score01='''4''',2
 
| RD1-seed02=11
 
| RD1-seed02=11
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| RD1-team02={{flagicon|RUS}} [[Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod|Torpedo]]
 
| RD1-score02=1,'''4'''
 
| RD1-score02=1,'''4'''
   
 
| RD1-seed07=13
 
| RD1-seed07=13
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| RD1-score07='''2,1'''
 
| RD1-score07='''2,1'''
 
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| RD1-seed08=12
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| RD2-score01='''2<sup>‡</sup>'''
 
| RD2-score01='''2<sup>‡</sup>'''
 
| RD2-seed02=9
 
| RD2-seed02=9
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| RD2-team02={{flagicon|UKR}} [[HC Donbass|Donbass]]
 
| RD2-score02=2
 
| RD2-score02=2
   
 
| RD2-seed03=13
 
| RD2-seed03=13
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| RD2-team03={{flagicon|RUS}} [[HC Spartak Moscow|Spartak]]
 
| RD2-score03=0
 
| RD2-score03=0
 
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| RD2-seed04=10
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
==External Links==
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==External links==
 
*[http://en.khl.ru/standings/237/cup/ Official Results]
 
*[http://en.khl.ru/standings/237/cup/ Official Results]
   

2012-13 Football World Premier League

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===Scoring===
 
===Scoring===
* First goal of the season: [[Michu]] for Swansea City against Queens Park Rangers (<small>''18 August 2012''</small>)<ref>{{cite web|title=Michu scores the first goal of the 2012/13 Premier League season|url=http://www.itv.com/sport/football/article/2012-08-18/michu-scores-the-first-goal-of-the-2012-13-premier-league-season/|work=ITV Sport|publisher=Independent Television
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* First goal of the season: [[Michu]] for Swansea City against Queens Park Rangers (<small>''18 August 2012''</small>)<ref>{{cite web|title=Michu scores the first goal of the 2012/13 Premier League season|url=http://www.itv.com/sport/football/article/2012-08-18/michu-scores-the-first-goal-of-the-2012-13-premier-league-season/|work=ITV Sport|publisher=Independent Television (ITV)|date=18 August 2012|accessdate=5 November 2012}}</ref>
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* Fastest goal of the season: '''20 seconds''', [[Theo Walcott]] for Arsenal against Queens Park Rangers (<small>''4 May 2013''</small>)<ref>{{cite web|first=Chris|last=Bevan|title=Queens Park Rangers 0–1 Arsenal|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/22320618|work=BBC Sport|publisher=British Broadcasting Corporation |date=4 May 2013|accessdate=9 May 2013}}</ref>
 
* Fastest goal of the season: '''20 seconds''', [[Theo Walcott]] for Arsenal against Queens Park Rangers (<small>''4 May 2013''</small>)<ref>{{cite web|first=Chris|last=Bevan|title=Queens Park Rangers 0–1 Arsenal|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/22320618|work=BBC Sport|publisher=British Broadcasting Corporation |date=4 May 2013|accessdate=9 May 2013}}</ref>
 
* Largest winning margin: '''8 goals'''
 
* Largest winning margin: '''8 goals'''
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Premier League 2012–13}}
[[Category:Premier League seasons|2012–13]]
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[[Category:2012–13 in English football leagues|1]]
 
[[Category:2012–13 in English football leagues|1]]
 
[[Category:Current association football seasons]]
 
[[Category:Current association football seasons]]

2012-13 Evansville IceMen season

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The [[2012-13 ECHL season]] is the 1st season of play for the [[Evansville IceMen]].
 
The [[2012-13 ECHL season]] is the 1st season of play for the [[Evansville IceMen]].
   
On May 17, 2012, the IceMen formally were accepted into the ECHL, with membership to begin in the [[2012-13 ECHL season|2012–13]] season.<ref>{{cite web|last=Press Release|title=Expansion Membership Approved for Evansville|url=http://echl.com/expansion-membership-approved-for-evansville--p177538|publisher=[[ECHL]]|accessdate=17 May 2012}}</ref> On June 15, 2012, the IceMen announced an affiliation with the NHL's [[Columbus Blue Jackets]] and primary affiliate, the [[Springfield Falcons]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Press Release|title=IceMen will be affiliated with NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets|url=http://www.courierpress.com/news/2012/jun/15/icemen-will-be-affiliated-nhls-columbus-blue-jacke/|publisher=Evansville Courier and Press|accessdate=15 June 2012}}</ref> Before the resumption of the new season on August 30, 2012 the Peoria Rivermen announced that the IceMen would be their ECHL farm club, cutting ties with the [[Alaska Aces]]. This will make the IceMen the AA affiliate of the [[St. Louis Blues]] as well as the previously mentioned [[Columbus Blue Jackets]].<ref> {{cite web|last=Press Release|title=Rivermen cut ties with Alaska, sign Evansville as ECHL farm club|url=http://www.pjstar.com/rivermen/x55384861/Rivermen-cut-ties-with-Alaska-sign-Evansville-as-ECHL-farm-club|publisher=Peoria Journal Star|accessdate=30 August 2012}}</ref>
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On May 17, 2012, the IceMen formally were accepted into the ECHL, with membership to begin in the [[2012-13 ECHL season|2012–13]] season.<ref>{{cite web|last=Press Release|title=Expansion Membership Approved for Evansville|url=http://echl.com/expansion-membership-approved-for-evansville--p177538|publisher=[[ECHL]]|accessdate=17 May 2012}}</ref> On June 15, 2012, the IceMen announced an affiliation with the NHL's [[Columbus Blue Jackets]] and primary affiliate, the [[Springfield Falcons]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Press Release|title=IceMen will be affiliated with NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets|url=http://www.courierpress.com/news/2012/jun/15/icemen-will-be-affiliated-nhls-columbus-blue-jacke/|publisher=Evansville Courier and Press|accessdate=15 June 2012}}</ref> Before the resumption of the new season on August 30, 2012 the Peoria Rivermen announced that the IceMen would be their ECHL farm club, cutting ties with the [[Alaska Aces]]. This will make the IceMen the AA affiliate of the [[St. Louis Blues]] as well as the previously mentioned [[Columbus Blue Jackets]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Press Release|title=Rivermen cut ties with Alaska, sign Evansville as ECHL farm club|url=http://www.pjstar.com/rivermen/x55384861/Rivermen-cut-ties-with-Alaska-sign-Evansville-as-ECHL-farm-club|publisher=Peoria Journal Star|accessdate=30 August 2012}}</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

2012-13 Boxing Doping Scandal

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'''[[Andre Berto]]'''
 
'''[[Andre Berto]]'''
   
On May 18, 2012, Berto tested positive in both his A and B samples for norandrosterone, a detectable metabolite of nandrolone which is an anabolic steroid. With the results, his June 23rd rematch with Victor Ortiz, the only man to have beaten Berto to that point, was cancelled. Berto denied using the substance, despite having Victor Conte of the infamous Balco Company in his training camp.
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On May 18, 2012, Berto tested positive in both his A and B samples for norandrosterone, a detectable metabolite of nandrolone which is an anabolic steroid. With the results, his June 23 rematch with Victor Ortiz, the only man to have beaten Berto to that point, was cancelled. Berto denied using the substance, despite having Victor Conte of the infamous Balco Company in his training camp.
   
[[Antonio Tarver|'''Antonio Tarver''']]
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'''[[Antonio Tarver]]'''
   
 
Tarver reportedly tested positive for an anabolic steroid in his pre-fight urine sample prior to his fight with [[Lateef Kayode]].
 
Tarver reportedly tested positive for an anabolic steroid in his pre-fight urine sample prior to his fight with [[Lateef Kayode]].
   
[[Sam Soliman|'''Sam Soliman''']]
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'''[[Sam Soliman]]'''
   
 
Following his fight against Felix Sturm, Soliman was tested positive for a forbidden substance.
 
Following his fight against Felix Sturm, Soliman was tested positive for a forbidden substance.
   
[[Brian Magee|'''Brian Magee''']]
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'''[[Brian Magee]]'''
   
 
Failed a drugs test immediately after losing his world title to Mikkel Kessler.
 
Failed a drugs test immediately after losing his world title to Mikkel Kessler.
   
[[Erik Morales|'''Erik Morales''']]
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'''[[Erik Morales]]'''
   
 
Morales tested positive for the banned anabolic agent Clenbuterol in out-of-competition urine tests October 3 and 10 in Mexico.
 
Morales tested positive for the banned anabolic agent Clenbuterol in out-of-competition urine tests October 3 and 10 in Mexico.
   
[[Guillermo Jones|'''Guillermo Jones''']]
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'''[[Guillermo Jones]]'''
   
 
He tested positive for Furosemide in tests conducted by Russian doping agency RUSADA for his bout against Denis Lebedev.
 
He tested positive for Furosemide in tests conducted by Russian doping agency RUSADA for his bout against Denis Lebedev.
   
[[Julio Cesar Chavez Jr|'''Julio Cesar Chavez Jr''']]
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'''[[Julio Cesar Chavez Jr]]'''
   
 
Chavez tested positive for marijuana after his first professional loss to [[Sergio Martínez (boxer)|Sergio Martinez]] in Las Vegas on Sept. 15 2012.<br>
 
Chavez tested positive for marijuana after his first professional loss to [[Sergio Martínez (boxer)|Sergio Martinez]] in Las Vegas on Sept. 15 2012.<br>
[[Ricardo Mayorga]]<br><br>
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[[Ricardo Mayorga]]
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{{wikipedia-deleted|LGA}}
 
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2011–present Libyan factional fighting

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==== January 2013 ====
 
==== January 2013 ====
On 1 January, members of the SSC in Tripoli blocked the roads going to the GNC building, protesting the government decision of integrating the SSC members into the police forces, and demanding the dimission of the Minister of Interior. SSC militiamen insulted the GNC members, stoned some of them, and even tried to break into the congress, being stopped by the building's security.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/02/first-deputy-head-of-gnc-condemns-sscs-demonstration-tactics-as-unreasonable/ First Deputy Head of GNC condemns SSC's demonstration as 'unreasonable'] Libya Herald, 2 January 2013</ref> Also in Tripoli, five [[Pakistani]] [[Ahmedis]] were detained with the suspicion of trying to convert Libyans. A Libyan who had yet converted was arrested too<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/pakistani-ahmedis-held/ Pakistani Ahmedis held] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>.
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On 1 January, members of the SSC in Tripoli blocked the roads going to the GNC building, protesting the government decision of integrating the SSC members into the police forces, and demanding the dimission of the Minister of Interior. SSC militiamen insulted the GNC members, stoned some of them, and even tried to break into the congress, being stopped by the building's security.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/02/first-deputy-head-of-gnc-condemns-sscs-demonstration-tactics-as-unreasonable/ First Deputy Head of GNC condemns SSC's demonstration as 'unreasonable'] Libya Herald, 2 January 2013</ref> Also in Tripoli, five [[Pakistani]] [[Ahmedis]] were detained with the suspicion of trying to convert Libyans. A Libyan who had yet converted was arrested too.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/pakistani-ahmedis-held/ Pakistani Ahmedis held] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>
   
 
On 2 January, the acting head of the criminal investigations department in Benghazi was kidnapped at gunpoint, allegedly by hardline Islamists.<ref>[http://www.france24.com/en/20130103-top-cop-kidnapped-libyas-benghazi?ns_campaign=editorial&ns_source=twitter&ns_mchannel=reseaux_sociaux&ns_fee=0&ns_linkname=20130103_top_cop_kidnapped_libyas_benghazi Top cop kidnapped in Libya's Benghazi] France24 (AFP), 3 January 2013</ref>
 
On 2 January, the acting head of the criminal investigations department in Benghazi was kidnapped at gunpoint, allegedly by hardline Islamists.<ref>[http://www.france24.com/en/20130103-top-cop-kidnapped-libyas-benghazi?ns_campaign=editorial&ns_source=twitter&ns_mchannel=reseaux_sociaux&ns_fee=0&ns_linkname=20130103_top_cop_kidnapped_libyas_benghazi Top cop kidnapped in Libya's Benghazi] France24 (AFP), 3 January 2013</ref>
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On 9 January, the Libyan Ministry of the Interior reported that the number of murders has risen from 87 in 2010 to 525 in 2012 — a 503% increase —, while thefts over the same period have risen from 143 to 783 — a 448% increase —.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/09/murder-rate-up-500-in-two-years/ Murder rate up 500% in two years] Libya Herald, 9 January 2013</ref>
 
On 9 January, the Libyan Ministry of the Interior reported that the number of murders has risen from 87 in 2010 to 525 in 2012 — a 503% increase —, while thefts over the same period have risen from 143 to 783 — a 448% increase —.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/09/murder-rate-up-500-in-two-years/ Murder rate up 500% in two years] Libya Herald, 9 January 2013</ref>
   
On 10 January, angry protesters tried to storm the Nawasi brigade headquarters at Mitiga Airport, in retaliation for the killing of Najmi Ibrahim Al-Abani. The clashes that continued in Tripoli since 7 January cost the life of at least five other people, with several wounded<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/12/fashloum-youth-demand-government-action-against-nawasi-brigade-others-support-it/ Fashloum youth demand government action against Nawasi brigade; others support it] Libya Herald, 12 January 2013</ref>.
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On 10 January, angry protesters tried to storm the Nawasi brigade headquarters at Mitiga Airport, in retaliation for the killing of Najmi Ibrahim Al-Abani. The clashes that continued in Tripoli since 7 January cost the life of at least five other people, with several wounded.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/12/fashloum-youth-demand-government-action-against-nawasi-brigade-others-support-it/ Fashloum youth demand government action against Nawasi brigade; others support it] Libya Herald, 12 January 2013</ref>
   
On 12 January, unknown assailants attacked the armored car of the Italian Consul-General in Benghazi outside the Tibesti hotel. [[Guido de Sanctis]], who was inside the vehicle when the attack took place, was unharmed<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/12/italys-consul-general-in-benghazi-shot-at/ Italy's Consul-General in Benghazi shot at] Libya Herald, 12 January 2013</ref>. The attack was condemned two days later by the Italian foreign affairs minister, [[Giulio Terzi]]<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/14/de-sanctis-attack-condemned/ De Sanctis attack condemned] Libya Herald, 14 January 2013</ref>. Following the attack the Italian consulate in Benghazi was "temporary closed"<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/the-italian-consulate-general-in-benghazi-temporarily-closed/ Italian Consulate-General in Benghazi temporarily closed] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>.
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On 12 January, unknown assailants attacked the armored car of the Italian Consul-General in Benghazi outside the Tibesti hotel. [[Guido de Sanctis]], who was inside the vehicle when the attack took place, was unharmed.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/12/italys-consul-general-in-benghazi-shot-at/ Italy's Consul-General in Benghazi shot at] Libya Herald, 12 January 2013</ref> The attack was condemned two days later by the Italian foreign affairs minister, [[Giulio Terzi]].<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/14/de-sanctis-attack-condemned/ De Sanctis attack condemned] Libya Herald, 14 January 2013</ref> Following the attack the Italian consulate in Benghazi was "temporary closed".<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/the-italian-consulate-general-in-benghazi-temporarily-closed/ Italian Consulate-General in Benghazi temporarily closed] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>
   
On 14 January, a bomb was thrown at a police vehicle by the passengers of another car driving past in Benghazi. The officer who was driving the police car was killed in the explosion, and two other were wounded<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/14/police-car-bombed-in-benghazi-one-officer-reported-killed/ Police car bombed in Benghazi; one officer reported killed] Libya Herald, 14 January 2013</ref><ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/another-benghazi-security-official-murdered/ Another Benghazi security official murdered] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>.
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On 14 January, a bomb was thrown at a police vehicle by the passengers of another car driving past in Benghazi. The officer who was driving the police car was killed in the explosion, and two other were wounded.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/14/police-car-bombed-in-benghazi-one-officer-reported-killed/ Police car bombed in Benghazi; one officer reported killed] Libya Herald, 14 January 2013</ref><ref name="libyaherald.com">[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/another-benghazi-security-official-murdered/ Another Benghazi security official murdered] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>
   
On 15 January, the imam of a mosque in Misrata was killed and another five persons were severely injured when unknown assailants thown a grenade on the preacher as he was leaving a mosque in the town<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/misrata-imam-murdered/ Misrata Imam murdered] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref>. In Tripoli, a SSC militiaman connected with the previous days deadly clashes on Fashloum district was kidnapped, being found dead the next day in the Suq Al-Juma district as a result of a suspected revenge attack<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/ssc-member-murdered-in-suspected-revenge-attack/ SSC member murdered in suspected revenge attack] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref>. In Benghazi, Salah Muftah Al-Wazri, a member of the National Security Directorate, was killed when a bomb exploded underneath his vehicle<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/16/another-benghazi-security-official-murdered/ Another Benghazi security official murdered] Libya Herald, 16 January 2013</ref>.
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On 15 January, the imam of a mosque in Misrata was killed and another five persons were severely injured when unknown assailants thown a grenade on the preacher as he was leaving a mosque in the town.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/misrata-imam-murdered/ Misrata Imam murdered] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref> In Tripoli, a SSC militiaman connected with the previous days deadly clashes on Fashloum district was kidnapped, being found dead the next day in the Suq Al-Juma district as a result of a suspected revenge attack.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/ssc-member-murdered-in-suspected-revenge-attack/ SSC member murdered in suspected revenge attack] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref> In Benghazi, Salah Muftah Al-Wazri, a member of the National Security Directorate, was killed when a bomb exploded underneath his vehicle.<ref name="libyaherald.com"/>
   
On 16 January, Libyan authorities declared their readyness to impose a nightime curfew from midnight to 5 in the morning in Benghazi, in an attempt to stop the violence wave, wich in 2012 cost the life of 19 senior security officials as well as several police officers in the city<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/curfew-being-mulled-for-benghazi/ Curfew mulled for Benghazi] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref>.
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On 16 January, Libyan authorities declared their readyness to impose a nightime curfew from midnight to 5 in the morning in Benghazi, in an attempt to stop the violence wave, wich in 2012 cost the life of 19 senior security officials as well as several police officers in the city.<ref>[http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/01/17/curfew-being-mulled-for-benghazi/ Curfew mulled for Benghazi] Libya Herald, 17 January 2013</ref>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

2011–12 in Belgian football

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===Men's national football team===
 
===Men's national football team===
 
{{main|Belgium national football team}}
 
{{main|Belgium national football team}}
The [[Belgium national football team]] started the 2011–12 season knowing they were still undefeated in 2011, but also knowing that they needed to make up for earlier mistakes during the [[UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying]] campaign. With [[Germany national football team|Germany]] topping the qualifying group with the maximum amount of points after 7 matches, the battle for second place and the resulting [[UEFA_Euro_2012_qualifying#Qualifying_play-offs|play-offs place]] was between Belgium and [[Turkey national football team|Turkey]]. Turkey was one point down, but had a game in hand.
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The [[Belgium national football team]] started the 2011–12 season knowing they were still undefeated in 2011, but also knowing that they needed to make up for earlier mistakes during the [[UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying]] campaign. With [[Germany national football team|Germany]] topping the qualifying group with the maximum amount of points after 7 matches, the battle for second place and the resulting [[UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying#Qualifying play-offs|play-offs place]] was between Belgium and [[Turkey national football team|Turkey]]. Turkey was one point down, but had a game in hand.
   
On September 2nd, all looked fine for the Belgians until the last few minutes, as [[Rauf Aliyev]] scored the equalizer for [[Azerbaijan national football team|Azerbaijan]] against Belgium in [[Baku]], while on the same day, Turkey scored a 96th minute winner against [[Kazakhstan national football team|Kazakhstan]]. Turkey now lead Belgium by one point and had a game in hand. Four days later, Belgium partially recovered mentally by beating [[United States national football team|USA]] in a friendly, while Turkey dropped points away to [[Austria national football team|Austria]], only drawing 0-0.
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On September 2, all looked fine for the Belgians until the last few minutes, as [[Rauf Aliyev]] scored the equalizer for [[Azerbaijan national football team|Azerbaijan]] against Belgium in [[Baku]], while on the same day, Turkey scored a 96th minute winner against [[Kazakhstan national football team|Kazakhstan]]. Turkey now lead Belgium by one point and had a game in hand. Four days later, Belgium partially recovered mentally by beating [[United States national football team|USA]] in a friendly, while Turkey dropped points away to [[Austria national football team|Austria]], only drawing 0-0.
   
 
Turkey lost second place again as they were beaten 1-3 at home to Germany while Belgium successfully put Kazakhstan away 4-1. On the last matchday however, Belgium needed to match the result of Turkey and while Turkey hosted Azerbaijan, Belgium played an away game in Germany, who had won all their matches so far. The miracle did not happen for Belgium as they lost 3-1 and Turkey won 1-0, causing Belgium to miss out on yet another major tournament, still waiting for one since the [[2002 FIFA World Cup]]. The general feeling in Belgium was one of a missed chance, as the Belgian team had shown promising football throughout the campaign, but often were not able to get or hold on to a needed result. Too many mistakes were made during the campaign, with many citing the 4-4 home draw vs Austria, the 1-1 home draw vs Turkey and the 1-1 away draw to Azerbaijan which all should have been won. Coach [[Georges Leekens]] was however not blamed, as his goal was set to qualify for the [[2014 FIFA World Cup]].
 
Turkey lost second place again as they were beaten 1-3 at home to Germany while Belgium successfully put Kazakhstan away 4-1. On the last matchday however, Belgium needed to match the result of Turkey and while Turkey hosted Azerbaijan, Belgium played an away game in Germany, who had won all their matches so far. The miracle did not happen for Belgium as they lost 3-1 and Turkey won 1-0, causing Belgium to miss out on yet another major tournament, still waiting for one since the [[2002 FIFA World Cup]]. The general feeling in Belgium was one of a missed chance, as the Belgian team had shown promising football throughout the campaign, but often were not able to get or hold on to a needed result. Too many mistakes were made during the campaign, with many citing the 4-4 home draw vs Austria, the 1-1 home draw vs Turkey and the 1-1 away draw to Azerbaijan which all should have been won. Coach [[Georges Leekens]] was however not blamed, as his goal was set to qualify for the [[2014 FIFA World Cup]].
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|report = [http://www.sporza.be/permalink/1.1127514 Report]
 
|team2 = {{fb|Kazakhstan}}
 
|team2 = {{fb|Kazakhstan}}
|goals1 = [[Timmy Simons|Simons]] {{goal|40|pen.}} </br> [[Eden Hazard|Hazard]] {{goal|43}} </br> [[Vincent Kompany|Kompany]] {{goal|49}} </br> [[Vitali Yevstigneyev|Yevstigneyev]] {{goal|84|o.g.}}
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|goals2 = [[Kairat Nurdauletov|Nurdauletov]] {{goal|86|pen.}}
 
|goals2 = [[Kairat Nurdauletov|Nurdauletov]] {{goal|86|pen.}}
 
|stadium = [[King Baudouin Stadium]], [[Brussels]]
 
|stadium = [[King Baudouin Stadium]], [[Brussels]]
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|report = [http://www.sporza.be/permalink/1.1127514 Report]
 
|team2 = {{fb|Belgium}}
 
|team2 = {{fb|Belgium}}
|goals1 = [[Mesut Özil|Özil]] {{goal|30}} </br> [[André Schürrle|Schürrle]] {{goal|33}} <br> [[Mario Gómez|Gómez]] {{goal|48}}
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|goals1 = [[Mesut Özil|Özil]] {{goal|30}} <br /> [[André Schürrle|Schürrle]] {{goal|33}} <br> [[Mario Gómez|Gómez]] {{goal|48}}
 
|goals2 = [[Marouane Fellaini|Fellaini]] {{goal|86}}
 
|goals2 = [[Marouane Fellaini|Fellaini]] {{goal|86}}
 
|stadium = [[Esprit Arena]], [[Düsseldorf]]
 
|stadium = [[Esprit Arena]], [[Düsseldorf]]
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[[Category:2011 in association football|#, Belgian]]
 
[[Category:2011 in association football|#, Belgian]]
 
[[Category:2012 in association football|#, Belgian]]
 
[[Category:2012 in association football|#, Belgian]]
[[Category:Seasons in Belgian football|2011–12]]
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[[Category:Seasons in Belgian football|2011-12]]
 
[[Category:2011 in Belgian sport|Football]]
 
[[Category:2011 in Belgian sport|Football]]
 
[[Category:2012 in Belgium|Football]]
 
[[Category:2012 in Belgium|Football]]

2011–12 Zob Ahan F.C. season

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2011–12 Tamworth F.C. season

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| [[Hednesford Town F.C.|Hednesford Town]]
 
| [[Hednesford Town F.C.|Hednesford Town]]
 
| Free
 
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| [[Mansfield Town F.C.|Mansfield Town]]
 
| Free
 
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2011–12 Syracuse Silver Knights season

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<small>Updated March 4th, 2012<ref>http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=343571&seasonid=8052</ref></small>
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<small>Updated March 4, 2012<ref>http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=343571&seasonid=8052</ref></small>
   
 
==Transactions==
 
==Transactions==
Since this season is the first for the Syracuse Silver Knights franchise, "transactions" will only include events occurring after the start of the season (November 4th, 2011).
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===In===
 
===In===
 
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!Source
 
!Source
 
|-
 
|-
| December 29th, 2011
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| December 29, 2011
 
| [[Anthony Maher (soccer)|Anthony Maher]]
 
| [[Anthony Maher (soccer)|Anthony Maher]]
 
| [[Missouri Comets]]
 
| [[Missouri Comets]]
 
|<ref name="maher">{{Cite web|title=Syracuse Silver Knights add former Salty Dogs forward Anthony Maher|url=http://blog.syracuse.com/sports/2011/12/syracuse_silver_knights_add_fo.html|publisher= The Post-Standard|accessdate=6 February 2012|date=6 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|<ref name="maher">{{Cite web|title=Syracuse Silver Knights add former Salty Dogs forward Anthony Maher|url=http://blog.syracuse.com/sports/2011/12/syracuse_silver_knights_add_fo.html|publisher= The Post-Standard|accessdate=6 February 2012|date=6 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| January 12th, 2012
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| January 12, 2012
 
| Brian O'Quinn
 
| Brian O'Quinn
 
| [[Western Mass Pioneers]]
 
| [[Western Mass Pioneers]]
 
|<ref name="oquinn">{{Cite web|title=Brian O'Quinn|url=http://syracusesilverknights.com/roster.cfm?player=20|publisher=Syracusesilverknights.com|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|<ref name="oquinn">{{Cite web|title=Brian O'Quinn|url=http://syracusesilverknights.com/roster.cfm?player=20|publisher=Syracusesilverknights.com|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| February 2nd, 2012
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| February 2, 2012
 
| [[Juan Pablo Reyes|Juan Reyes]]
 
| [[Juan Pablo Reyes|Juan Reyes]]
 
| [[Rochester Lancers (2010)|Rochester Lancers]]
 
| [[Rochester Lancers (2010)|Rochester Lancers]]
 
|<ref name="tovar, reyes">{{Cite web|title=Silver Knights add Tovar, Reyes|url=http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/595627.html|publisher=[[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008-)]]|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|<ref name="tovar, reyes">{{Cite web|title=Silver Knights add Tovar, Reyes|url=http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/595627.html|publisher=[[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008-)]]|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
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|-
| February 2nd, 2012
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| February 2, 2012
 
| Enrique Tovar III
 
| Enrique Tovar III
 
| Anaheim Bolts
 
| Anaheim Bolts
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!Source
 
|-
 
|-
| January 6th, 2012
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| January 6, 2012
 
| [[Diego Serna]]
 
| [[Diego Serna]]
 
| Released
 
| Released
 
|<ref name="transactions">{{Cite web|title=League Transactions|url=http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/transactions.html?leagueid=919&seasonid=8052&numtrans=all|publisher=[[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008-)]]|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|<ref name="transactions">{{Cite web|title=League Transactions|url=http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/transactions.html?leagueid=919&seasonid=8052&numtrans=all|publisher=[[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008-)]]|accessdate=4 February 2012|date=4 February 2012}}</ref>
 
|-
 
|-
| January 6th, 2012
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| January 6, 2012
 
| [[Jonny Steele]]
 
| [[Jonny Steele]]
 
| Released
 
| Released
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|-
 
|-
| January 6th, 2012
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| January 6, 2012
 
| Angelo Reina
 
| Angelo Reina
 
| Released
 
| Released
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|-
 
|-
| January 6th, 2012
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| January 6, 2012
 
| [[Zoran Karić]]
 
| [[Zoran Karić]]
 
| Retired
 
| Retired
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
|-
 
|-
| February 2nd, 2012
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| February 2, 2012
 
| [[Diego Barrera]]
 
| [[Diego Barrera]]
 
| Released
 
| Released
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<small>Updated February 4th, 2012</small>
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<small>Updated February 4, 2012</small>
   
 
==MISL honors==
 
==MISL honors==
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'''All-MISL First Team'''
 
'''All-MISL First Team'''
   
Nelson Santana - defense <ref>http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/608321.html</ref>
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Nelson Santana - defense <ref name="misl.uslsoccer.com">http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/608321.html</ref>
   
 
'''MISL All-Rookie Team'''
 
'''MISL All-Rookie Team'''
   
Eric Reed - goalkeeper <ref>http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/608321.html</ref><br>
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Eric Reed - goalkeeper <ref name="misl.uslsoccer.com"/><br>
Slavisa Ubiparapovic - forward <ref>http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/608321.html</ref>
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Slavisa Ubiparapovic - forward <ref name="misl.uslsoccer.com"/>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

2011–12 South Pacific cyclone season

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{{Infobox Hurricane Small
 
{{Infobox Hurricane Small
 
|Basin=SPac
 
|Basin=SPac
|Formed=February 6 <small>([[2011–12 Australian region cyclone season#Tropical_Cyclone_Jasmine|entered basin]])</small>
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|Formed=February 6 <small>([[2011–12 Australian region cyclone season#Tropical Cyclone Jasmine|entered basin]])</small>
 
|Dissipated=February 19<br><small>Became extratropical on February 16.</small>
 
|Dissipated=February 19<br><small>Became extratropical on February 16.</small>
 
|Image=Jasmine Feb 8 2012 0220Z.jpg
 
|Image=Jasmine Feb 8 2012 0220Z.jpg

2011–12 Rochester Lancers season

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| nextseason = [[2012–13 Rochester Lancers season|2012–13]]
 
| nextseason = [[2012–13 Rochester Lancers season|2012–13]]
 
}}
 
}}
The 2011–12 [[Rochester Lancers (2010)|Rochester Lancers]] season was its inaugural season played in the [[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008–)|Major Indoor Soccer League]]. The Lancers finished second in the Eastern Division, qualifying for the playoffs.<ref>http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/601332.html</ref> [[Mauricio Salles]] led the team, and finished second in the [[2011–12 Major Indoor Soccer League season|league]] in points, with 81.<ref>http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=343570&seasonid=8052</ref>
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The 2011–12 [[Rochester Lancers (2010)|Rochester Lancers]] season was its inaugural season played in the [[Major Indoor Soccer League (2008–)|Major Indoor Soccer League]]. The Lancers finished second in the Eastern Division, qualifying for the playoffs.<ref>http://misl.uslsoccer.com/home/601332.html</ref> [[Mauricio Salles]] led the team, and finished second in the [[2011–12 Major Indoor Soccer League season|league]] in points, with 81.<ref name="misl.stats.pointstreak.com">http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=343570&seasonid=8052</ref>
   
 
==Statistics==
 
==Statistics==
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<small>Last updated on February 25, 2012.<ref>http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=343570&seasonid=8052</ref></small>
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==Transactions==
 
==Transactions==
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|[[Josiah Snelgrove]]
 
|[[Josiah Snelgrove]]
 
|[[F.C. New York]]
 
|[[F.C. New York]]
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|[[Diego Martins]]
 
|[[Diego Martins]]
 
|Released
 
|Released
|<ref name="transactions">{{Cite web|title=Season Transactions|url=http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/transactions.html?leagueid=919&seasonid=8052|publisher=MISL.com|accessdate=February 4th, 2012|date=February 4th, 2012}}</ref>
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|<ref name="transactions">{{Cite web|title=Season Transactions|url=http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/transactions.html?leagueid=919&seasonid=8052|publisher=MISL.com|accessdate=February 4, 2012|date=February 4, 2012}}</ref>
 
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|January 6, 2012
 
|January 6, 2012
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|<ref name="transactions"/>
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==

2011–12 Oud-Heverlee Leuven season

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* '''10.08.2011''': After a week of testing, OH Leuven signs [[Nigeria|Nigerian]] striker [[Derick Ogbu]]. Ogbu had already tested twice with [[PSV Eindhoven]] after being recommended by [[Henk ten Cate]]. Eventually he could not be signed by PSV as his visa expired and eventually he ended up at OHL.<ref name=ogbu>{{cite news
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* '''10.08.2011''': After a week of testing, OH Leuven signs [[Nigeria]]n striker [[Derick Ogbu]]. Ogbu had already tested twice with [[PSV Eindhoven]] after being recommended by [[Henk ten Cate]]. Eventually he could not be signed by PSV as his visa expired and eventually he ended up at OHL.<ref name=ogbu>{{cite news
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5056
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5056
 
|title=Chuka latest signing
 
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|date=2011-08-30
 
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* '''31.08.2011''': On the last day of the transfer period, [[Olympia Wijgmaal]] loans yet another OHL player as [[Simon Vermeiren]] leaves the team for one season at the third division team. <ref name=vermeiren>{{cite news
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* '''31.08.2011''': On the last day of the transfer period, [[Olympia Wijgmaal]] loans yet another OHL player as [[Simon Vermeiren]] leaves the team for one season at the third division team.<ref name=vermeiren>{{cite news
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5120
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5120
 
|title=Vermeiren moves to Wijgmaal
 
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|date=2011-09-21
 
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|publisher=ohl.be}}</ref>
* '''24.09.2011''': During the final minutes of the 1-1 home draw against reigning champions [[K.R.C. Genk|Genk]], experienced defender [[Nicky Hayen]] suffers a serious injury as he tears one of his [[anterior cruciate ligament|anterior cruciate ligaments]]. Later that evening it is confirmed that it will keep him out of contention for around 6 months. After [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] and [[Kevin Roelandts]], Hayen is the third key player to suffer a major injury during the season. <ref>{{cite news
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* '''24.09.2011''': During the final minutes of the 1-1 home draw against reigning champions [[K.R.C. Genk|Genk]], experienced defender [[Nicky Hayen]] suffers a serious injury as he tears one of his [[anterior cruciate ligament]]s. Later that evening it is confirmed that it will keep him out of contention for around 6 months. After [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] and [[Kevin Roelandts]], Hayen is the third key player to suffer a major injury during the season.<ref>{{cite news
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/verslag/2121
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/verslag/2121
 
|title=OHL scores 1 point at home
 
|title=OHL scores 1 point at home
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|date=2011-09-24
 
|publisher=ohl.be}}</ref>
 
|publisher=ohl.be}}</ref>
* '''10.11.2011''': After suffering an injury earlier in a match with the [[Belgium national under-17 football team]] during the [[2012 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship qualifying round]], promising youngster [[Joren Dehond]] is diagnosed with a torn [[Meniscus (anatomy)|meniscus]]. Joren will need to undergo [[surgery]] and will be out for 6 tot 8 weeks. A status update of the other long-term injured players is also given: the revalidation of [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] goes well, he is starting with individual running exercises. [[Kevin Roelandts]] is already training individually and plans to rejoin the group in about two weeks, while [[Nicky Hayen]] is still at the very beginning of his revalidation period, he is not yet allowed to use his right leg. <ref name=dehondout>{{cite news
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* '''10.11.2011''': After suffering an injury earlier in a match with the [[Belgium national under-17 football team]] during the [[2012 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship qualifying round]], promising youngster [[Joren Dehond]] is diagnosed with a torn [[Meniscus (anatomy)|meniscus]]. Joren will need to undergo [[surgery]] and will be out for 6 tot 8 weeks. A status update of the other long-term injured players is also given: the revalidation of [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] goes well, he is starting with individual running exercises. [[Kevin Roelandts]] is already training individually and plans to rejoin the group in about two weeks, while [[Nicky Hayen]] is still at the very beginning of his revalidation period, he is not yet allowed to use his right leg.<ref name=dehondout>{{cite news
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5304
 
|url=http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5304
 
|title=Joren Dehond out for at least six weeks
 
|title=Joren Dehond out for at least six weeks
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!width=2% |Source
 
!width=2% |Source
 
|-
 
|-
| 29 July 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] || Torn [[anterior cruciate ligament]] during the match against [[R.S.C. Anderlecht|Anderlecht]]. || February-March 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|Beginning of January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5028 ohl.be]
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| 29 July 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Kenneth Van Goethem]] || Torn [[anterior cruciate ligament]] during the match against [[R.S.C. Anderlecht|Anderlecht]]. || February–March 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|Beginning of January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5028 ohl.be]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 8 September 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Kevin Roelandts]] || [[Ankle]] [[tendon]] injury during training. || December 2011 || 6 December 2011 || 14 December 2011 || [http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/voorbeschouwing/2104 ohl.be]
 
| 8 September 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Kevin Roelandts]] || [[Ankle]] [[tendon]] injury during training. || December 2011 || 6 December 2011 || 14 December 2011 || [http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/voorbeschouwing/2104 ohl.be]
 
|-
 
|-
| 24 September 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Nicky Hayen]] || Torn [[anterior cruciate ligament]] during the match against [[K.R.C. Genk|Genk]]. || March-April 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|Still Injured || [http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/verslag/2121 ohl.be]
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| 24 September 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Nicky Hayen]] || Torn [[anterior cruciate ligament]] during the match against [[K.R.C. Genk|Genk]]. || March–April 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|Still Injured || [http://ohl.be/heren/seizoen/wedstrijden/verslag/2121 ohl.be]
 
|-
 
|-
| 30 October 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Joren Dehond]] || Torn [[Meniscus (anatomy)|meniscus]] during the match with the [[Belgium national under-17 football team]]. || January-February 2012 || January 2012 || 20 January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5304 ohl.be]
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| 30 October 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Joren Dehond]] || Torn [[Meniscus (anatomy)|meniscus]] during the match with the [[Belgium national under-17 football team]]. || January–February 2012 || January 2012 || 20 January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5304 ohl.be]
 
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|-
 
| 10 December 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Koen Weuts]] || Torn [[Medial collateral ligament|medial band]] during the match against [[S.V. Zulte Waregem|Zulte Waregem]]. || February 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5393 ohl.be]
 
| 10 December 2011 || {{flagicon|BEL}} [[Koen Weuts]] || Torn [[Medial collateral ligament|medial band]] during the match against [[S.V. Zulte Waregem|Zulte Waregem]]. || February 2012 || colspan=2 align=center|January 2012 || [http://ohl.be/heren/nieuws/berichten/5393 ohl.be]
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== Competitions ==
 
== Competitions ==
 
{{fb overall competition header |curr=y }}
 
{{fb overall competition header |curr=y }}
{{fb overall2 competition |bg=y |curr=y |s=2011-12 |c=Belgian Pro League |cprn= |fp= |fprn=14th ([[2011–12_Belgian_Pro_League#Europa_League_Playoff|Europa League Playoff]]) |dfm=29 July 2011 |dlm=5 May 2012 }}
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{{fb overall2 competition |bg=y |curr=y |s=2011-12 |c=Belgian Pro League |cprn= |fp= |fprn=14th ([[2011–12 Belgian Pro League#Europa League Playoff|Europa League Playoff]]) |dfm=29 July 2011 |dlm=5 May 2012 }}
 
{{fb overall2 competition |bg= |curr=y |s=2011-12 |c=Belgian Cup |sr=6R |cpr= |fp= |fpr=6R |dfm=21 September 2011 |dlm=21 September 2011 }}
 
{{fb overall2 competition |bg= |curr=y |s=2011-12 |c=Belgian Cup |sr=6R |cpr= |fp= |fpr=6R |dfm=21 September 2011 |dlm=21 September 2011 }}
 
{{fb overall competition footer |u=25 March 2012}}
 
{{fb overall competition footer |u=25 March 2012}}
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Oud-Heverlee Leuven Season 2011–12}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Oud-Heverlee Leuven Season 2011–12}}
[[Category:Oud-Heverlee Leuven|2011–12]]
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[[Category:Oud-Heverlee Leuven|2011-12]]
 
[[Category:Belgian football clubs 2011–12 season]]
 
[[Category:Belgian football clubs 2011–12 season]]
   

2011–12 Israeli Basketball Super League

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| caption =
 
| champions = '''[[Maccabi Tel Aviv B.C.|Maccabi Tel Aviv]]'''<br>50th title
 
| champions = '''[[Maccabi Tel Aviv B.C.|Maccabi Tel Aviv]]'''<br>50th title
| runners_up = [[Maccabi Ashdod B.C.| Maccabi Ashdod]]
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| runners_up = [[Maccabi Ashdod B.C.|Maccabi Ashdod]]
 
| semifinalists =
 
| semifinalists =
 
| continentalcup = | continentalcup qualifiers =
 
| continentalcup = | continentalcup qualifiers =

2011–12 Houston Cougars men's basketball team

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| away =
 
| neutral =
 
| neutral =
| opponent = [[2011–12 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Islanders men's basketball |Texas A&M–Corpus Christi]]
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| opponent = [[2011–12 Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Islanders men's basketball|Texas A&M–Corpus Christi]]
 
| site_stadium = Hofheinz Pavilion
 
| site_stadium = Hofheinz Pavilion
 
| site_cityst = Houston, TX
 
| site_cityst = Houston, TX

2011–12 Hong Kong First Division League Full Statistics

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* {{flagicon|HKG}} [[Sham Kwok Keung]] ''([[Citizen AA|Citizen]])''
 
* {{flagicon|HKG}} [[Sham Kwok Keung]] ''([[Citizen AA|Citizen]])''
 
** Week 9: [[Citizen AA|Citizen]] 3–3 [[South China AA|South China]]
 
** Week 9: [[Citizen AA|Citizen]] 3–3 [[South China AA|South China]]
* {{flagicon|HKG}} [[Wong Yiu Fu ]] ''([[Citizen AA|Citizen]])''
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* {{flagicon|HKG}} [[Wong Yiu Fu]] ''([[Citizen AA|Citizen]])''
 
** Week 10: [[Citizen AA|Citizen]] 1–1 [[Tuen Mun SA|Tuen Mun]]
 
** Week 10: [[Citizen AA|Citizen]] 1–1 [[Tuen Mun SA|Tuen Mun]]
   
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==Scoring==
 
==Scoring==
* First goal of the season: [[Leung Tsz Chun]] for [[Sun Hei SC|Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei]] against [[Kitchee SC|Kitchee]] <small>''(03 September 2011)''</small>
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* First goal of the season: [[Leung Tsz Chun]] for [[Sun Hei SC|Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei]] against [[Kitchee SC|Kitchee]] <small>''(3 September 2011)''</small>
   
 
* Widest winning margin: '''6 goals'''
 
* Widest winning margin: '''6 goals'''

2011–12 FC Politehnica Timişoara season

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The '''[[2011–12 Liga II|2011-12 season]]''' will be '''[[FC Politehnica Timişoara|Politehnica Timişoara]]''''s 5th season in [[Liga II]].
 
The '''[[2011–12 Liga II|2011-12 season]]''' will be '''[[FC Politehnica Timişoara|Politehnica Timişoara]]''''s 5th season in [[Liga II]].
   
Poli finished 2nd in the table at the end of the [[2010–11 Liga I]] season and was supposed to play in the [[2011–12 UEFA Champions League]], but were relegated to the [[Liga II]] because of accumulated debt.<ref name="">[http://www.frf.ro/sectiune/stiri/articol/licentiere-13-cluburi-liga-i-au-primit-licenta-sezonul-2011-2012 LICENȚIERE: 13 CLUBURI DIN LIGA I AU PRIMIT LICENȚA PENTRU SEZONUL 2011-2012] {{ro icon}}</ref>
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Poli finished 2nd in the table at the end of the [[2010–11 Liga I]] season and was supposed to play in the [[2011–12 UEFA Champions League]], but were relegated to the [[Liga II]] because of accumulated debt.<ref>[http://www.frf.ro/sectiune/stiri/articol/licentiere-13-cluburi-liga-i-au-primit-licenta-sezonul-2011-2012 LICENȚIERE: 13 CLUBURI DIN LIGA I AU PRIMIT LICENȚA PENTRU SEZONUL 2011-2012] {{ro icon}}</ref>
   
 
==Season 2011&ndash;2012==
 
==Season 2011&ndash;2012==
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==Match results==
 
==Match results==
===[[Season_(sports)#Preseason|Pre-season]]===
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===[[Season (sports)#Preseason|Pre-season]]===
 
{{Footballbox collapsible
 
{{Footballbox collapsible
 
|round = Matchday 1
 
|round = Matchday 1
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Fc Politehnica Timisoara Season 2011–12}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Fc Politehnica Timisoara Season 2011–12}}
[[Category:FC Politehnica Timişoara|2011–12]]
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[[Category:Romanian football clubs 2011–12 season]]
 
[[Category:Romanian football clubs 2011–12 season]]
 
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2011–12 F.C. Halifax Town season

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{{Fb cl3 qr |rows=1|promotion=y|competition=[[2012–13 Football Conference#Conference National|2012–13 Conference National]]}}
 
{{Fb cl3 qr |rows=1|promotion=y|competition=[[2012–13 Football Conference#Conference National|2012–13 Conference National]]}}
 
{{Fb cl team|p=2 |t=Guiseley |w=25|d=10|l=7 |gf=87|ga=50|bc=#D1E231}}
 
{{Fb cl team|p=2 |t=Guiseley |w=25|d=10|l=7 |gf=87|ga=50|bc=#D1E231}}
{{Fb cl3 qr |rows=4|qualification=y|competition=[[2010-11 Football Conference#Playoffs_2|Conference North Playoffs]]}}
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{{Fb cl team|p=3 |t=FC Halifax Town |w=21|d=11|l=10|gf=80|ga=59|bc=#FFFF00}}
 
{{Fb cl team|p=3 |t=FC Halifax Town |w=21|d=11|l=10|gf=80|ga=59|bc=#FFFF00}}
 
{{Fb cl team|p=4 |t=Gainsborough Trinity |w=23|d=5 |l=14|gf=74|ga=61|bc=#D1E231}}
 
{{Fb cl team|p=4 |t=Gainsborough Trinity |w=23|d=5 |l=14|gf=74|ga=61|bc=#D1E231}}

2011–12 Eccellenza season

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=== National Play-off ===
 
=== National Play-off ===

2011–12 Eastleigh F.C. season

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2011–12 Chester F.C. season

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| chairman = Chris Pislbury
 
| chairman = Chris Pislbury
 
| stadium = [[Deva Stadium]]
 
| stadium = [[Deva Stadium]]
| league = [[Northern_Premier_League#Premier_Division|NPL Premier Division]]
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| league = [[Northern Premier League#Premier Division|NPL Premier Division]]
| league result = [[2011–12 Northern_Premier_League#Premier_Division|1st]]<br>'''Promoted'''
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| league result = [[2011–12 Northern Premier League#Premier Division|1st]]<br>'''Promoted'''
 
| cup1 = [[2011–12 FA Trophy|FA Trophy]]
 
| cup1 = [[2011–12 FA Trophy|FA Trophy]]
 
| cup1 result = Second round
 
| cup1 result = Second round
 
| cup2 = [[Cheshire Senior Cup]]
 
| cup2 = [[Cheshire Senior Cup]]
 
| cup2 result = Second round
 
| cup2 result = Second round
| cup3 = [[2011–12_Northern_Premier_League#Challenge_Cup|Doodson Sport Cup]]
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| cup3 = [[2011–12 Northern Premier League#Challenge Cup|Doodson Sport Cup]]
 
| cup3 result = Third round
 
| cup3 result = Third round
 
| league topscorer = Chris Simm (15)
 
| league topscorer = Chris Simm (15)

2011–12 CFM Universitatea Cluj season

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|score = 2 &ndash; 0
 
|score = 2 &ndash; 0
 
|report = [http://liga1.ro/html/caseta_tehnica/U_Cluj_vs_Rapid_Bucuresti-1857.html Report]
 
|report = [http://liga1.ro/html/caseta_tehnica/U_Cluj_vs_Rapid_Bucuresti-1857.html Report]
|team2 = [[FC Rapid Bucureşti| Rapid Bucureşti]]
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|team2 = [[FC Rapid Bucureşti|Rapid Bucureşti]]
 
|goals1 = [[Rui Duarte (footballer born 1980)|Rui Duarte]] {{goal|29|o.g.}} <br> [[Claudiu Niculescu]] {{goal|40}}
 
|goals1 = [[Rui Duarte (footballer born 1980)|Rui Duarte]] {{goal|29|o.g.}} <br> [[Claudiu Niculescu]] {{goal|40}}
 
|goals2 =
 
|goals2 =
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{2011–12 in Romanian football}}
 
{{2011–12 in Romanian football}}
[[Category:FC Universitatea Cluj|2011–12]]
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[[Category:FC Universitatea Cluj|2011-12]]
 
[[Category:Romanian football clubs 2011–12 season|Universitatea Cluj season]]
 
[[Category:Romanian football clubs 2011–12 season|Universitatea Cluj season]]
 
[[Category:2011 in Romania]]
 
[[Category:2011 in Romania]]

2011–12 Brazil network television schedule

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2011–12 Boston United F.C. season

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{{DEFAULTSORT:Boston United F.C. Season 2011–12}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Boston United F.C. Season 2011–12}}
[[Category:Boston United F.C. seasons|2011–12]]
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[[Category:Boston United F.C. seasons|2011-12]]
 
[[Category:English football clubs 2011–12 season]]
 
[[Category:English football clubs 2011–12 season]]
 
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2011–12 Baltimore Blast season

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|[[Matt Watson (footballer)|Matt Watson]]
 
|[[Matt Watson (footballer)|Matt Watson]]
 
|Signed with [[Vancouver Whitecaps FC]]
 
|Signed with [[Vancouver Whitecaps FC]]
|<ref name="matt watson">{{Cite web|title=Watson reunites with Rennie|url=http://www.whitecapsfc.com/news/2011/12/vancouver-whitecaps-fc-sign-midfielder-matt-watson|publisher=whitecapsfc.com|accessdate=December 16th, 2011|date=December 16th, 2011}}</ref><ref>http://misl.stats.pointstreak.com/transactions.html?leagueid=919&seasonid=8052</ref>
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|}
 
|}
 
<small>Updated: February 7, 2012</small>
 
<small>Updated: February 7, 2012</small>

2011–12 Australian region cyclone season

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An area of thunderstorms north-northeast of [[Darwin, Northern Territory|Darwin]] was designated Tropical Low 04U by TCWC Darwin on 21 December.<ref>{{cite web|title=Tropical Cyclone Technical Bulletin for Tropical Low 04U|url=http://www.webcitation.org/645oFmTPN|publisher=Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre, Darwin|accessdate=21 December 2011}}</ref> Tropical Low 04U developed into a Category 1 tropical cyclone on the morning of 25 December<ref>{{cite news|publisher=''[[BOM]]''|date=25 December 2011|accessdate=25 December 2011|title=TC Track|url=http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDD65011.shtmll}}</ref>{{Dead link|date=December 2011}}, and reached Category 2 strength in the afternoon of 25 December.<ref>http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/top-end-communities-feeling-grants-fury/19735</ref> A cyclone watch has been declared between Dundee Beach and [[Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory|Nhulunbuy]], whilst a cyclone warning was issued for areas between [[Cape Fourcroy]] and [[Milingimbi]] including the Tiwi Islands.<ref>http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/nervous-wait-as-nt-cyclone-picks-its-path/19727</ref>
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An area of thunderstorms north-northeast of [[Darwin, Northern Territory|Darwin]] was designated Tropical Low 04U by TCWC Darwin on 21 December.<ref>{{cite web|title=Tropical Cyclone Technical Bulletin for Tropical Low 04U|url=http://www.webcitation.org/645oFmTPN|publisher=Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre, Darwin|accessdate=21 December 2011}}</ref> Tropical Low 04U developed into a Category 1 tropical cyclone on the morning of 25 December,<ref>{{cite news|publisher=''[[BOM]]''|date=25 December 2011|accessdate=25 December 2011|title=TC Track|url=http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDD65011.shtmll}} {{Dead link|date=December 2011}}</ref> and reached Category 2 strength in the afternoon of 25 December.<ref>http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/top-end-communities-feeling-grants-fury/19735</ref> A cyclone watch has been declared between Dundee Beach and [[Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory|Nhulunbuy]], whilst a cyclone warning was issued for areas between [[Cape Fourcroy]] and [[Milingimbi]] including the Tiwi Islands.<ref>http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/nervous-wait-as-nt-cyclone-picks-its-path/19727</ref>
 
A gale warning had been issued for Darwin and the [[Tiwi Islands]] on 24 December.<ref>{{cite news|first=Nathan|last=Partenza|publisher=''[[The Age]]''|date=24 December 2011|accessdate=24 December 2011|title=Darwin braces itself on Tracy anniversary as threat of holiday cyclone increases |url=http://www.theage.com.au/national/darwin-braces-itself-on-tracy-anniversary-as-threat-of-holiday-cyclone-increases-20111223-1p8pg.html}}</ref>
 
A gale warning had been issued for Darwin and the [[Tiwi Islands]] on 24 December.<ref>{{cite news|first=Nathan|last=Partenza|publisher=''[[The Age]]''|date=24 December 2011|accessdate=24 December 2011|title=Darwin braces itself on Tracy anniversary as threat of holiday cyclone increases |url=http://www.theage.com.au/national/darwin-braces-itself-on-tracy-anniversary-as-threat-of-holiday-cyclone-increases-20111223-1p8pg.html}}</ref>
   

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