John Anthony
John Anthony
John "Jack" Anthony is a professional Australian rules football player who plays for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). Anthony used to play for the Collingwood Football Club, but left the club at the end of the 2010 season.
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German-born sons of U.S. soldiers living a dream playing soccer for U.S. national teams
LATimes - 11 months
John Anthony Brooks and Jerome Kiesewetter were close friends growing up in Berlin, where they quietly harbored the same dream. As dual-national, German-born biracial children of U.S. soldiers stationed in Berlin, both knew they had a choice of playing soccer for Germany or the U.S. And both pledged...
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John Anthony Gonalez, 18
LATimes - about 1 year
John Anthony Gonalez, a 18-year-old Latino male, died Tuesday, Dec. 1, after being shot in Norwalk, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
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What Is The Origin Of Bubble Soccer?
Huffington Post Sports - almost 2 years
What is the origin of bubble soccer and how is it played?: originally appeared on Quora: The best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Answer by John Anthony, Commissioner of National Association of Bubble Soccer, the official organization for bubble soccer in the United States and the largest in the world for the sport. Greetings! Bubble soccer (or bubble football as its known throughout many parts of the world) was actually invented in 2011 in Norway just a joke by Henrik Elvestad & Johan Golden. Little did they know, they would set the foundation for such a spectacular and crazy new sport. In April of 2014, a video from a Bubble Football operator in Algund, Italy set the internet on fire. Google traffic volume shows a huge spike in the sport from barely any searches to literally millions of searches throughout the world in about a weeks ...
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Germany, Portugal and Ghana Stand in Way of USA World Cup Glory
The Street - about 3 years
NEW YORK (TheStreet) - The U.S. men's national soccer team has drawn Germany, Portugal and Ghana for the opening round of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. At first glance, the team will compete in one of the toughest group stage pairings, Group G, facing off against top ranked squads in Europe and Africa. Team USA will square off against Germany, the second-ranked nation as of the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings along with a Portuguese side led the dynamic Cristiano Ronaldo and a well-respected team from Ghana. Portugal and Ghana are ranked fifth and 24th in the world, respectively. The U.S. national team is currently ranked 14th after posting a record-long 12-game winning streak in 2013 amid World Cup qualifiers and international friendlies. Team USA finished atop its World Cup qualifying group, CONCACAF, finishing ahead of other qualifiers Costa Rica, Honduras and Mexico. Stars on the US team are likely to include Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore, AZ Alkmaar's Aron Johannsson, ...
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American Exports: Injuries could sideline John Anthony Brooks for upcoming USMNT matches
Yahoo News - over 3 years
AMSTERDAM – Hertha Berlin defender John Anthony Brooks is expected to spend at least two weeks on the shelf after suffering elbow and forearm injuries in a 1-1 draw at Freiburg over the weekend, potentially forcing him to miss the US national team’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers next month.
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John Anthony Borell III Sentenced For Hacking Police Websites
Huffington Post - over 3 years
SALT LAKE CITY — A 22-year-old Ohio man linked to the hacker collective Anonymous was sentenced Thursday to three years in federal prison for breaking into police and other websites across the country. John Anthony Borell III of Toledo pleaded guilty to computer fraud in April and agreed to pay $227,000 in damages to computer servers that had to be repaired or beefed up for security. In early 2012, Borell attacked a server for Utahchiefs.org, a website for Syracuse, N.Y., police, the municipal website of Springfield, Mo., and a site for the Los Angeles County Police Canine Association, according to a signed plea deal. FBI officials have said citizen complaints about drugs and other crimes were accessed along with personal data of informants and police officers. Damage he caused put the website of Salt Lake City police out of operation for four months while a more secure site was launched. A newlywed, Borell was given until Dec. 6 to surrender at a federal prison near his family' ...
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John Anthony Brooks, Aron Johannsson among 23 called in by Jurgen Klinsmann for friendly vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Welcome to the US national team, John Anthony Brooks, Bobby Wood, Cody Cropper and Aron Johannsson.
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Report: John Anthony Brooks to be called up for USMNT friendly vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Even after the Gold Cup, US head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will be bringing new players into the fold, as Hertha Berlin defender John Anthony Brooks will be called up for the senior national team's friendly on August 14 at Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to a Friday report Friday on the website of German magazine Kicker.
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10 No-Name American Soccer Players Who Have A Chance At Making It To The World Cup Next Year
Business Insider - over 3 years
A year is a long time in international soccer. Think about it: 12 months ago, if we told you that the U.S. would be starting Brad Evans and DaMarcus Beasley at fullback, and that Matt Besler would be the U.S.’s best center-back, you probably would have laughed at us. So who knows what can happen between now and World Cup 2014? To that end, here are 10 players who currently have zero caps—nada—for the U.S., who could conceivably be sitting on a Brazil-bound plane next June as part of Klinsmann’s 23-man roster. MIKE MAGEE How does a 28-year-old midfielder with Magee’s scoring record have zero appearances for the U.S. national team? Is he secretly Canadian or something? Maybe the move to Chicago will shine a light on the man’s talents at just the right time. Bonus reason to take Magee: emergency goalie.    JACK MCINERNEY This pacy rascal can’t stop poaching goals in MLS. In fact, the only way to stop the 20-year-old hurting MLS defenses was to get him on the U.S. r ...
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IRA Hyde Park bombing: John Anthony Downey in court charged over 1982 attack - Mirror.co.uk
Google News - almost 4 years
Mirror.co.uk IRA Hyde Park bombing: John Anthony Downey in court charged over 1982 attack Mirror.co.uk A man appeared in court today charged with blasting four soldiers to death in a 1982 Hyde Park bomb attack. John Anthony Downey, 61, made a 10 minute appearance before Westminster magistrates in Central London. Speaking in an Irish accent, Downey ... Man charged with murder of four soldiers killed in IRA's 1982 Hyde Park ...Daily Mail Man charged with murder over 1982 Hyde Park bombExpress.co.uk Man appears in court over IRA bombing of Hyde ParkThe Guardian The Independent -Telegraph.co.uk -Irish Times all 43 news articles »
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BOMBSHELL: Priest Continued To Work Despite Being Banned From LA Archdiocese
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
LOS ANGELES -- In an April 14 story about confidential personnel files on Roman Catholic religious order priests, The Associated Press reported erroneously that such clergy were loaned out to the Los Angeles Archdiocese to relieve priest shortages. Religious order priests were assigned to work in the archdiocese in many capacities. A corrected version of the story is below: LA priest ministered despite abuse conviction Attorneys seek religious order files on accused priests, including 1 who served after jail By GILLIAN FLACCUS Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) – When the Rev. John Anthony Salazar arrived in Tulia, Texas, in 1991, he was warmly welcomed by the Roman Catholic community tucked in the Texas Panhandle. What his new parishioners didn't know was he'd been hired out of a treatment program for pedophile priests – and that he'd been convicted for child molestation and banned from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for life. Over the next 11 years ...
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LA priest ministered despite abuse conviction
Fox News - almost 4 years
The Rev. John Anthony Salazar served 11 years as a Roman Catholic priest in Texas despite a conviction for child molestation in Los Angeles. Salazar has been accused of molesting four more teens and young men during his years in the Diocese of Amarillo. Details of his past are contained in a personnel file made public this year after a legal battle with abuse victims that led to the release of 120 similar files. But those records tell only part of the story. On Tuesday, attorneys will argue over the release of records for about 80 priests, like Salazar, who belonged to religious orders that kept their own personnel files on accused clergymen. Plaintiff attorney Ray Boucher says the documents are critical to understanding the clergy abuse scandal.
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Elizabeth Boleman-Herring: Waking to Consciousness With the Word: Reading to Children
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
"A book is really like a lover. It arranges itself in your life in a way that is beautiful. Even as a kid, my sister, who was the eldest, brought books home for me, and I think I spent more time sniffing and touching them than reading. I just remember the joy of the book, the beauty of the binding. The smelling of the interior. Happy." --Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are "You never have to change anything you got up in the middle of the night to write." --Saul Bellow Today at 4 a.m., the knocking and soughing of the radiators, a floor below our bed, is burglars: inept, dropping my husband's priceless trumpets and my mother's Gorham spoons into pillow cases. When I first moved into this alien, New Jersey structure, the wee-hour cacophony comprised, I felt sure, squirrels catapulting heavily between our house's inner and outer walls; or gale-force winds turning roof-high corners on their way south; or certainly, the long, diminishing whistles of ...
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January 11, 2013: Prisons for Profit
PBS Religion and Ethics - about 4 years
  LUCKY SEVERSON, correspondent: In the United States there are more than two million citizens locked up behind razor wire and prison bars. MARK MAUER: We lock up our citizens at far greater rates than any other industrialized nation or any other kind of nation in the world. SEVERSON: Mark Mauer is the executive director of The Sentencing Project. He says that when it comes to lock ups, Louisiana is easily the toughest state in the nation. MAUER: Louisiana has been at the top of the pack and just incarcerating people at rates that are just unimaginable any place else in the world. SEVERSON: Richard Crane is the former chief counsel to the Louisiana Corrections Department. He says there was a push nationwide in the early 1980s to crack down on crime, and Louisiana took it seriously. RICHARD CRANE: You could always get votes by increasing sentences, and Louisiana more than any other state just went wild with that. SEVERSON: Today there are about 40,000 people behind bar ...
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Not guilty verdict in 2010 slaying of Evanston man
Chicago Times - about 4 years
Defendant's family had feuded with victim's After spending two years in Cook County Jail awaiting trial, John Anthony Bamberg Jr. walked free Friday after a judge cleared him of first-degree murder in the shooting death of another Evanston man whose family has had a long-running feud with Bamberg's.
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Gavin joins McDonnell gold rush - Slideshow
Doncaster Free Press - over 4 years
GAVIN McDonnell produced a brilliantly ruthless performance to stop unbeaten Scott Gladwin and land his first professional title. McDonnell blasted his way out of the shadow of twin brother Jamie with a dominant performance at the Dome to dismantle Gladwin and become the new Central Area super bantamweight king. The 26-year-old downed the Halifax fighter with a vicious upper cut at the start of the sixth and gave Gladwin no time to catch his breath after he gamely rose to his feet. Referee Michael Alexander stepped in as Gladwin was increasingly overwhelmed and Hatfield’s McDonnell was crowned champion. Earlier in the night, Edlington’s John Anthony failed in his bid to take the Central Area light heavyweight title from Sheffield’s Carl Wild. Anthony made a game start to the bout, clubbing Wild with his big right hand. But as Anthony ran out of steam, the taller Wild took command with his jab to control the second half of the fight. Referee Howard Foster handed Wild the win with ...
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460 people renounced their U.S. citizenship in first quarter of year
Fox News - over 4 years
A quarterly publication by the Internal Revenue Service lists those citizens who voluntarily expatriate, or abandon their American citizenship -- a growing number of whom are doing so to avoid taxes, according to several published reports. The latest list of 460 citizens who have chosen to expatriate, published on April 30, 2012, included several well known figures. Denise Rich, songwriter, socialite and the former wife of a pardoned billionaire, has given up her U.S. citizenship, and will reportedly thus save millions in U.S. taxes as well. Rich appeared under her maiden name, Denise Eisenberg. And Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, who made billions off the world’s most popular social network, has also chosen to renounce his U.S. citizenship in favor or residence in Singapore, where there is no capital gains tax. The full list of names follows, or you can view it here.   Aabel Nina Abelanski Nathalie Claire Levy Achard Georgia Ehrgott Adamsons Gerhard Diet ...
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YARN Foundation Making Strides Toward Computer Lab
Montgomery Patch - almost 5 years
The YARN Foundation is about to become a whole lot more tech-savvy. The brand new nonprofit aimed at helping young people and their local communities, is getting an assist from NetComm, a local business solution provider, to provide a computer lab for the facility in Boulder Hill. Mike Pfeiffer and Jeff Corirossi of NetComm first found out about YARN (Youth and Restoring Nations) through the Oswego Chamber of Commerce where both are members and Pfeiffer is also an ambassador. “Computers are our business and a lot of times a foundation like YARN, who is looking to do some educational work for the youth, need some computer equipment,” said Pfeiffer. “There will be people who find an old one in their basement and donate it, but you end up with a bunch of things that aren’t conducive to having a classroom.” So NetComm is looking to remedy that by providing YARN with a computer lab, consisting of 25 computers that are all updated with secure networks and linked to one another. ...
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Vote: What is Buffalo Grove's Best Hair Salon?
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
What is Buffalo Grove’s best hair salon? That’s the question we asked this week, and nominations came flowing in from readers who praised their favorite salons and specific stylists. There are some great-looking hairstyles in BG! Now it’s time to narrow down the nominees and determine which salon is the very best. BG’s best hair salon will be selected based on ratings (out of five stars) on their Patch directory listings, as well as on votes received in the poll below. To rate your favorite salon, click its link: Artistic Barbers Hair Cuttery Headliners J Scott Salon John Anthony's Hair Salon Michael Thomas Salon & Day Spa Reviews are encouraged, too, as those will be the deciding factor in the event of a tie! So Buffalo Grove, let’s move on with this contest. What is the best hair salon in the village?
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Anthony
    TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 23
    Anthony begain the 2011 season in the West Australian Football League, playing for Subiaco.
    More Details Hide Details He broke into the Fremantle side in round 8 in a Western Derby, but did not score a goal Fremantle's 33 point defeat.
  • 2010
    Age 22
    He decided not to nominate for the 2010 AFL Draft, instead deciding to opt for the Pre-season Draft.
    More Details Hide Details Fremantle, Carlton and the new Gold Coast have all expressed interest in Anthony and he has been training with the Dockers, who are considered to be in the "box seat" to draft Anthony.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2005
    Age 17
    Anthony originally played as a defender with Diamond Creek in northern Melbourne. He also played for the Northern Knights in the TAC Cup where he was scouted by Collingwood and selected with the 37th selection of the 2005 AFL Draft.
    More Details Hide Details Anthony suffered a horrific neck injury during the 2007 pre-season but made a successful return to football in 2008. Anthony made his AFL debut in round three against Richmond Football Club. He kicked two goals straight, but was dropped back to the VFL the following week. He returned to the Collingwood side in Round 13, keeping his spot in the side for the rest of the season. He kicked 25 goals for the season and scored at an accuracy of 81% - the highest percentage of any player in the competition with 25 or more goals. Originally believed to be the replacement for the retired James Clement, Anthony instead played up forward for Collingwood. His best return of the season was kicking four goals in a losing side against North Melbourne Football Club in round 16. Against St Kilda Football Club in round 19 he kicked three goals and had five marks in an important game for the club.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1988
    Age 0
    Born on January 19, 1988.
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