[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Gus Poyet tonight savoured a "massive" result as Albion knocked Newcastle out of the FA Cup. Will Buckley grabbed the only goal after a run from inside his own half as the Seagulls grafted to a 1-0 triuimph at The Amex.
[Birmingham Mail] - John Owen, manager of Classic Meats butcher shop, said: “It is a terrible idea. If Asda is going to give free parking everyone will go there and they are not going to come up the road to pay. “It is a clever way of drawing trade to Asda and will not
[El Ibérico Gratuito] - "Nunca imaginé cuando empecé a estudiar que hoy sería yo quien ocuparía el lugar de Wilkinson o de otros como John Owen y Simon Bowman", afirma Rauch. Por su parte, Julia Gómez Cora, la directora de Stage Entertainment, la productora de la obra en
[TWTD.co.uk] - Since leaving Portman Road, Lavery has spent time on trial at Sunderland, Leicester and Bradford, who were alerted to his availability by former Blues coach Brian Owen, who is now a scout at Valley Parade. The Canadian-born frontman impressed the
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Gordon Greer is back in command as Albion chase a third successive Championship win today. The skipper returns alongside Lewis Dunk in central defence as the Seagulls take on Peterborough at London Road. He is joined in defence by
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Young front runner Torbjorn Agdestein came off the bench and played a big part in Will Buckley's 88th-minute winner, his second goal of the game. Weary Albion had just conceded an equaliser and looked like they might be happy with a
[Farmers Guardian] - This warning comes from Gelli Aur College farm manager John Owen, who, while not wanting to appear a prophet of doom, believes producers should take steps now to safeguard the profitability of their businesses in the light of possible downward pointing
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Gus Poyet today admitted Albion will face a race against time to be ready for their next Championship challenge. But the Seagulls boss will be delighted to get tonight's FA Cup replay at Wrexham out of the way. The third round clash was
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Gus Poyet praised his big Slovak goalkeeper and Albion's penalty takers after surviving a major FA Cup scare at Wrexham tonight. Peter Brezovan capped a superb night by saving from Dean Keates as the Seagulls won their third-round
[NW Evening Mail] - The company's communications manager John Owen said the company wanted to involve local people and organisations in the project. Mr Owen said “We can build it, but what we are interesting in is producing something quite different.
[ESPNScrum.com] - For the trip to Cardiff in January England had seven new caps: Simon Clarke, Nick Drake-Lee, John Thorne, Bev Dovey, Mike Davis, John Owen and Derek Manley. They recalled Brian Wightman at No.8, whose only previous cap had been in
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Skipper Inigo Calderon scored a fabulous goal to send Albion on the way to a convincing win at The Amex today. Will Buckley was also on target as the Seagulls beat Bristol City 2-0 to complete the home-and-away double.
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Liam Bridcutt and Craig Mackail-Smith return to the starting XI at home to Bristol City having sat out last week's FA Cup draw with Wrexham. Lewis Dunk is back from suspension and Adam El-Abd also returns after being withdrawn from the
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Eastbourne have confirmed six members of last season's high-flying team will be back in But they have yet to announce the identity of their new signing at reserve. Dryml has assured Eagles of his recovery from a broken femur
[TWTD.co.uk] - The Canadian-born frontman impressed the League Two club but we understand the Bantams - who were alerted to Lavery by former Blues coach Brian Owen now a scout at Valley Parade - were unable to agree compensation with Town – due because the Blues had
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Gus Poyet and his Albion side will play Wrexham on Tuesday after all - after their replay was left in limbo overnight. The third-round replay will enjoy live television coverage on Welsh-language channel S4C. Wrexham had hoped to make a
[Financial Times] - John Owen, chairman of Fidelity China Special Situations, said the board continued to back the fund with its own money. “The board's shareholding in the trust not only demonstrates its confidence in the long-term success of investing in China but also
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Albion are facing an FA Cup replay at Wrexham after letting slip a lead at The Amex today. A much-changed Seagulls line-up had to settle for a 1-1 draw in front of fans, including a jubilant strong away contingent.
[This is North Devon] - Picture: Seamus Ryan SPECTACULAR: John Owen-Jones in The Phantom Of The Opera at Plymouth's Theatre Royal in February. ROUSING: Irish folk band Bellowhead at Torquay's Princess Theatre. DANCE: Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker! returns to Plymouth's Theatre
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Luke Williams admits Albion's youngsters have been given light at the end of the tunnel by their team mates' starring roles at The Amex. But the development squad coach says the “overnight success” which saw Jake Forster-Caskey
[The Argus] - By Brian Owen » Jake Forster-Caskey scored on his debut as Albion stunned Championship leaders Southampton 3-0 at The Amex today. Matt Sparrow then struck twice, including a 25-yard belter, in an eventful South Coast showdown. Both sides ended with ten