Ian Walker
Footballer; football manager
Ian Walker
Ian Michael Walker is a former English footballer. His former clubs include Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City and Bolton Wanderers. Walker is the son of former Wales goalkeeper, and Norwich City and Everton manager Mike Walker. He was relieved of his duties as manager of Bishop's Stortford on December 14, 2011, after 9 months in the job.
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Morris in the wickets for Crosby
Isle Of Man Today - almost 2 years
Stu Morris turned in a great performance on Saturday to guide Crosby to victory in the Isle of Man Premiership. The Marown all-rounder top scored with 24 not out as his side were dismissed for 128 at Castletown. Jeff Butler did most of the damage with 4-20 to leave Town in a very strong position. However their batsmen struggled against a fiery Crosby attack. Dave Picken and Jack Rowlands both took two wickets, but the main danger was Morris. He ripped through the southern team with a staggering five wickets for only 10 runs. Castletown were dismissed for 65, to give Crosby success by 43 runs. Peel and St John’s made a confident start to retaining their title. They ran up a high 249 for nine against Valkyres at Tromode. Ollie Webster hit 84, Nick Hawke got 52 and Chris Langford returned 4 for 40. Valkyres replied with 135, mainly thanks to Ryan Windell (34) and Chris Nash’s 27. Dan Hawke claimed 3-36 and Webster returned 3-10 in what was described as ‘wicked spin’. The ...
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Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing Secures Sixth Consecutive Off-Shore Podium Finish
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
The Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi)-backed team – led by double Olympic silver medallist Ian Walker – crossed the finish line off the VOR race village in Fort Adams State Park at 10:25 p.m. on May 6, three minutes and 25 seconds behind nearest overall rivals Dongfeng Race Team. The result – the Abu Dhabi team's sixth consecutive podium result in the race so far – sees it maintain its place at the top of the overall leaderboard by a margin of six points with three legs left to race before the finish in Gothenburg, Sweden at the end of June. "This is a fantastic result for us and really cements our overall position at the top of the leaderboard," Walker said on the dock in Newport. This dumped the Abu Dhabi team from first to last, but Walker and his crew plotted their comeback and after five days of small incremental gains, Day 10 saw Azzam catapulted back into the lead after several hours of riding a thirty-knot squall line shortly after crossing the equator.
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Park Regis Kris Kin appoints senior sous chef
Hotelier Middle East - almost 2 years
Chef Ian Walke joins the team at Park Regis, bringing 16 years of experience with him to the hotel's culinary offerings
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Battle on for new Qld casino licences - The West Australian
Google News - about 3 years
Battle on for new Qld casino licences The West Australian The race between developers to secure one of three Queensland casino licences is now officially underway. Acting State Development Minister Ian Walker says the first Expression of Interest (EOI) documents have been issued to parties interested in ... and more »
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James Scarborough: 'Ravens & Writing Desks,' The Garage Theatre in Collision with Alive Theatre, Long Beach, CA
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Photos courtesy of Devin Workman. Poor Alice (Tian Walker), the heroine of "Ravens & Writing Desks," written by Angela A. Lopez and Ryan McClary, directed by Lopez, and given its world premiere at The Garage Theatre in collision with Alive Theatre. She's adrift in a phantasmagoria of adult world non-logic armed with nothing more than her adolescent curiosity for experience. After much chagrin, she learns that life is best understood as a series of unanswerable Zen Buddhist koans, that life is in the living. Thoroughly enchanting, the production thwarts the efforts of those hardwired to make sense of the world around them, which is precisely its point. All this makes for a perfect metaphor of how children come to know the confusing world of adults. The characters are familiar. As Lopez writes in the program notes, "The piece (...) was inspired by the works of Lewis Carrol (sic) but is not a direct retelling of Alice in Wonderland." And so, there's Alice, who undert ...
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Festival feedback
Busselton Mail - about 4 years
LIKE Ivan Walker, the Festival of Busselton committee was very disappointed when we couldn’t find anyone to build a spirit for the 2013 festival.
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5 with appeal: Things to do this week; Sept. 28
Blue Ridge Now - over 4 years
1. "Zelda: An American Love Story" debuts Wednesday at the Flat Rock Playhouse mainstage, 2661 Greenville Highway, and area theater-goers can see this show before it premieres on Broadway. Starring Broadway's Lauren Kennedy and Tony Award-winner Jarrod Emick, "Zelda" tells the story of author F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda — their rise, their fall and their almost divine desire to rise once more, together. With a score that nods to Cole Porter and George Gershwin, "Zelda" is an old-fashioned musical told in a completely new, contemporary way. On stage through Oct. 28, evening performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8, and matinee performances are Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2. Tickets are $40 with discounts available for seniors, AAA members, military personnel, students and groups. For more information, call 828-693-0731 or visit www.flatrockplayhouse.org. 2. See tribal-style belly dance, Eastern European folk dance, Indian Bollywood mo ...
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DCC Buys BP Gas Nederland for EUR24.5 Million
Fox Business News - over 4 years
DCC PLC (DCC.DB), a sales, marketing, distribution and business support services group, said Friday has reached conditional agreement with BP PLC (BP) to buy BP Gas Nederland BV, BP's liquefied petroleum gas distribution business in the Netherlands, for 24.5 million euros in cash at completion. MAIN FACTS: -Acquisition includes trade and assets of BP's smaller LPG distribution business in north Belgium, which both trade as Benegas. -Completion of the acquisition anticipated to complete late 2012. -Benegas supplies 55,000 tons per annum of bulk, cylinder and aerosol LPG to a broad range of industrial, commercial and domestic customers. -Adjusted gross tangible operating assets of Benegas were EUR15.4 million at Dec. 31, 2011 while the adjusted net tangible operating assets were EUR6.7 million; in the year ended Dec. 31, 2011, Benegas generated an adjusted operating profit of EUR4.0 million. -DCC shares at 0705 GMT unchanged at 2183 cents valuing the company at EUR1.82 billion. -Wri ...
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What’s on: Sunday May 6
Scotsman - almost 5 years
COMEDY Whose Lunch Is It Anyway? Improv duo Stu & Garry take suggestions, comedy lols ensue. The Stand, York Place, 12.30pm, free, 0131-558 7272 Bank Holiday Special With Mark Maier, Marcus Ryan, Caroline Mabey, Hari Sriskantha and host Joe Heenan. The Stand, York Place, 8.30pm, £10 (£9), 0131-558 7272 MUSIC Hot Tin Roof Stripped-back blues (originals & covers) recreating an intimate bar in the Deep South. The Jazz Bar, Chambers Street, 6pm, free, 0131-220 4298 The Sunday Sinners Motown style funk/soul from this six-piece fronted by Fiona Lynch and Joe Early. The Jazz Bar, Chambers Street, 11.30pm, £3 (£2), 0131-220 4298 New Order Seminal pop band. Usher Hall, Lothian Road, 7pm, £35, 0131 228 1155. Ian Mclaughlin & The Outsiders And Jamie & The Portraits. Sneaky Pete’s, Cowgate, 7pm, £tbc, 0131-225 1757 The Subway Indie trio. Liquid Room, Victoria Street, 7pm, £12, 0131-225 2564 The Winter Tradition With Six Storeys High and Qui ...
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Ocean Race organisers appreciate it’s a rig issue
The News - almost 5 years
As the Volvo Ocean Race fleet today prepared to round the north-east corner of Brazil and plug into the trade winds, thoughts were turning to the next event – and avoiding the carnage that has plagued this race. So far on the current leg to Miami, the fleet – minus Sanya which is on its way to Florida on the back of a ship – has escaped serious damage. But organisers know serious questions over the apparent fragility of the six Volvo 70s in this edition of the race have to be addressed. Meanwhile, the number of entries for the 2014 race has also to be increased. The key to that is reducing the cost of entry, put at around 20-25m euros for a new boat campaign. ‘We have no choice, but to address that,’ said race chief Knut Frostad – a veteran of the event. ‘Some people are saying that now is the time to change the boat because of the problems. ‘But our initial plan is to look to drive down the costs. ‘Of course we would like to fix what we can fix to avoid the rig problem. ‘If t ...
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Volvo Ocean Race fleet heads for Miami
The Sacramento Bee - almost 5 years
ITAJAI, Brazil (AP) -- American boat Puma took a slim lead Sunday as the Volvo Ocean Race fleet headed for Miami on the 4,800-nautical mile sixth leg of the nine-stage event. U.S. skipper Ken Read of Newport, R.I., who won the previous leg earlier this month, was just ahead of overall leader Telefonica of Spain, which slipped from first to last in an in-port race Saturday after sailing around the wrong marker buoy. In the overall standings, Telefonica has 149 points and leads Groupama with 133, Camper (124) and fourth-place Puma (117). Abu Dhabi with 56 points and Team Sanya (25) complete the six-boat fleet. The 39,000-nautical mile race is scheduled to finish in the first week of July in Galway, Ireland. (15 images) Follow @sacbee_theframe Puma Ocean Racing powered by BERG and skippered by Ken Read from the U.S. heads to sea after the start of leg 6 of the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 from Itajai, Brazil, to Miami, U.S., o ...
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'The Finder' Videos: Check Out a Sneak Peek of 'The Conversation'
Buddy TV - almost 5 years
Can Walter locate even the intangible? That's the question asked in the next episode of The Finder, "The Conversation." Check out these four Finder videos to see just how Walter tracks down some lost words.
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Maine Road 3, Padiham 0
Burnley Express - almost 5 years
AFTER a prosperous run of results, Padiham fell to consecutive heavy defeats with a 3-0 loss to Maine Road at their Brantingham Road ground on Monday. The Storks had taken 10 points from five NWC Premier Division fixtures prior to the weekend’s 5-1 derby defeat to Colne, and they couldn’t put things right against Ian Walker’s outfit, who sit below Padiham in the table. A bright start from Craig Chadwick’s side saw Martin Broderick go close as he forced Greg Hall to tip his free kick over the bar. But they fell behind moments later when Padiham’s rearguard stood static as Connor Hughes got on the end of a right wing cross to head the hosts in front. Sean Davis then prevented Paul Arrowsmith from making it 2-0 shortly after with a save at full stretch, and the Storks rode their luck once more when Andrew Kilheeney drilled an effort across goal. Eventually Maine Road doubled their advantage when Ed Moran was allowed to carry the ball from the halfway line before unleashing a thunderb ...
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Kesler injury opens door for Canuck prospects - Montreal Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Ryan Kesler of the Vancouver Canucks poses with the Frank J. Selke Trophy during the 2011 NHL Awards at The Pearl concert theater at the Palms Casino Resort June 22, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Ian Walker boosts his Bishop's Stortford FC squad with three signings - Herts and Essex Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Gaisie was ruled out of Stortford's pre-season campaign by injury but impressed Blues manager Ian Walker in the later stages of last season. Gaisie rejoined Stortford from Havant and Waterlooville during the second part of the 2010/11 campaign
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Durham will have to fulfil potential - ic Newcastle.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
And vice-chairman Ian Walker insists it is time City began delivering on their undoubted potential. “Expectations were very high at the start of the season,” Walker said. “We had a lot of interest in our players during the summer but managed to keep
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ian Walker
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 40
    In April 2012, Walker joined his former Bolton teammate Nicolas Anelka at Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua and became their goalkeeping coach.
    More Details Hide Details On 2 January 2014, Walker became the goalkeeping coach of Shanghai East Asia, another Super League team in Shanghai. On 15 May 2014, Walker signed a new contract with Shanghai East Asia, keeping him at the club until the end of 2017 season.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 32
    Despite Walker's club Leicester suffering relegation from the Premier League, he played his first England match in seven years as a 61st-minute substitute for Paul Robinson in a 6–1 win over Iceland on 5 June 2004, which was also his last international.
    More Details Hide Details On 14 March 2011, Walker was appointed as manager of Bishop's Stortford who were playing in the Conference South.
    He backed up David James at Euro 2004 but was overtaken by others in the pecking order.
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    On 10 February 2004, Walker scored a bizarre own goal in a match against Bolton Wanderers to give them a 1–1 draw at Leicester.
    More Details Hide Details Despite comfortably saving Kevin Davies' shot, he lost grasp of the ball as it crawled over the goal line. He did make a comeback performance in a goalless home draw against Wolves on 28 February, putting up a "world-class save" to deny Kenny Miller. Walker pledged to stay at Leicester despite their relegation from the Premier League in the 2003–04 season. He was released from Leicester City on 6 May 2005, after the club could not afford him a new contract. Walker spent four years at Leicester. Walker joined Bolton on a one-year contract. Walker was the goalkeeper for Bolton's first ever European match away from England against Bulgarian team Lokomotiv Plovdiv, which was also his debut.
    He struggled with life in the Premier League, particularly in a match against Aston Villa at the Walkers Stadium on 31 January 2004, in which he conceded five goals in 18 minutes.
    More Details Hide Details Walker put up such a poor display in the match that he was confronted by a Leicester fan who ran onto the pitch, telling him he "didn't think he was fit to be a Premiership player."
  • 2003
    Age 31
    Walker had an impressive season with Leicester as they regained promotion to the Premier League, earning his first England recall in six years in May 2003.
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  • 2002
    Age 30
    His first season at the club ended in relegation to the First Division, which he felt may have ruined his dreams of an England call-up for the 2002 World Cup.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 29
    Walker signed a four-year contract with Leicester City in July 2001 for a fee of £2.5 million, rising to £3 million depending on appearances.
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    He played his final game for Spurs against West Ham United on 31 January 2001.
    More Details Hide Details He has also won the 1999 league cup after beating Leicester city 1-0 at the old Wembley stadium
  • 2000
    Age 28
    Walker handed in a transfer request in September 2000 after losing his place in the first team to Neil Sullivan.
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  • 1998
    Age 26
    Walker attended Great Cornard Upper School. He and his former Page Three wife Suzi lived in a mock-Tudor mansion in Cobham, Surrey, as featured on MTV Cribs. After the birth of daughter Sophie in 1998, Suzi suffered Post Natal Eclampsia, and is an ongoing sufferer of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
    More Details Hide Details He became a father just months after the death of his mother Jackie after a long battle against cancer. In November 2006, Suzi admitted Walker had met dancer Samantha Thurman, 33, from Miami on a property investment trip to Las Vegas in May. In September 2007, Walker and Thurman had a son named Jaxson. They currently live in Shanghai.
  • 1996
    Age 24
    Walker was capped by the England national team four times, making his debut in 1996 against Hungary.
    More Details Hide Details His most infamous game was against Italy in a qualification match for the 1998 World Cup where he is widely believed to have been at fault to a Gianfranco Zola strike. England lost this game to Italy 1–0 at Wembley Stadium.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on October 31, 1971.
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