Last week, Jose Mourinho namechecked
Moura among the PSG forwards who had become marginalised by the summer additions of PS198m Neymar and loanee Kylian Mbappe.
OUT of work Carlo Ancelotti has namechecked
Everton when discussing potential clubs for his next job as the former Chelsea manager spoke of his affection for the Premier League.
OUT-OF-WORK Carlo Ancelotti has namechecked
Everton when discussing potential destinations for his next job.
10 jersey at Sarries has been filled by Alex Lozowski, a summer signing from Wasps, who has scored 42 points in three games, including two tries, and has been namechecked
by England boss Eddie Jones.
The Tories are namechecked
frequently - but both sides seem to have reserved their venom for the civil war that their party is pursuing.
American website TMZ claimed the Mission: Impossible actor was namechecked
in a phone call to the church in April from a man who said he "liked" suicide bombings.
Satin told Radio Crc that he could be looking for a new deal for the Serie A defender soon and namechecked
Celtic stars Kris Commons and Charlie Mulgrew are also namechecked
in the song.
Mint and Mustard was namechecked
as one of the most important pioneers of modern Indian cuisine by the Independent newspaper last year and was included as one of the UK's top Indian restaurants in the 2015 edition of the Good Food Guide, sponsored by Waitrose - its sixth year in the guide.
They earned a sizeable following at the time, but a mixture of appearing on the genre-defining compilation Nuggets - an anthology of 1960s American garage punk and psychedelia - and being namechecked
as an influence by contemporary bands such as Tame Impala, has seen their stock rise in recent years.
Mr Dunne was once Ed Miliband's teacher at Haverstock School in North London and was namechecked
in a speech by the Labour leader last week.
As well as their own set Booth said he was also looking forward to enjoying the whole day by the riverside and namechecked
Toy as one band he wanted to check out, simply "out of curiosity".