Kop


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Kop

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to one liter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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On Saturday, Benny and the rest of the Brighton Kop will get the chance to welcome their idols to their town.
KOP employs approximately 450 people and designs and manufactures wellheads, surface trees, valves, actuators and aftermarket services.
We made a general assessment on the year that passed, we took into account the mistakes that were made and I asked the president of KOP to send me the UEFA files on the specific games in Cyprus," said Louca.
Eventually, the Betfair deal fell through and Laiki is not interested to renew its deal with KOP.
And the Kop chief added: "We have now got two targets to chase, the Europa League and finishing in the top four.
Arbitral Tribunal of the Turkish General Directorate of Youth and Sport had banned Sureyya Ayhan Kop to attend competitions for four years.
There I was on the park with the likes of Emyln Hughes and Tommy Smith who I used to cheer from the Kop," he recalled.
He was clearly one of a handful of the Kop cheerleaders.
Moores will become honorary life president after the Liverpool board agreed terms "of a recommended cash offer" to be made by Kop Football Limited, the American pair's bid vehicle.
Steve Morgan may have won over the Kop, but his pounds 73m package to buy his way into Liverpool has not been met with the overwhelming approval of many small shareholders.
THE Kop have always respected and admired Michael Owen and his goalscoring achievements.
Embodying the rebellious kop attitude cocurator Shu Lea Chang, best known for her 1998 piece Brandon (brandon.