Emmen


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Emmen

(ˈɛmən; Dutch ˈɛmə)
n
(Placename) a city in the NE Netherlands, in Drenthe province: a new town developed since World War II. Pop: 108 000 (2003 est)
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And he has now sealed a move to FC Emmen and is in line to make his debut against Ajax tonight.
England Under-20 international Suliman joined Eredivisie newcomers Emmen in August but, according to reports in Holland, Villa have agreed to cut the loan spell short.
Caption: Paralyzed Veterans of America Racing team members Ryan Pinney, left, Will Groulx, center, and David Berling, right, won the mixed team handcycle relay at July's UCI Para Cycling Road World Cup race in Emmen, Netherlands.
Bilate came on in the second half of the side's 3-1 win over Sparta Rotterdam which sealed a famous promotion play-off victory for Emmen.
During his playing career, Keizer also represented SC Cambuur, De Graafschap and FC Emmen. Keizer has some big shoes to fill, that of the old warhorse Henk ten Cate.
Dirk continued: "During the various tests in Emmen, it was clear that the Sealpac thermo former was able to consistently form stable packs.
However, Emmen have won only once this season, a 1-0 victory over Excelsior, with former Brighton player Roland Bergkamp on target for Joop Gall's men in their last home game.
Emmen, which specializes in the development, production and support of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, adds complementary technologies to TBG's portfolio of capabilities.
Cathalina joined Rovers last season from Dutch side FC Emmen but in an injury-hit season has played just nine games.
Teijin is to start commercial operations at Emmen in the Netherlands in the second half of 2011.