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Fair

In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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"But what I am quite sure about is that we have rules called Financial Fair Play and it's important every rule is followed.
Fair Play. investigatory UEFA control CFCB) hit that Licensing Fair Play "An the If the process is going to be judged on facts then unquestionably we will prevail Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak
"We haven't qualified because of fair play," he said.
The concept of Fair Play entered the organizational environment as the market began to demand more trust in companies, product quality and ethics in business (COMMANS, 2005).
They won their well-deserved honours through fair play.
The Blues were in contention for the place, which is given to the highest placed side in the domestic Fair Play League table who hasn't already qualified for European competition, but West Ham have finished the season above them.
Everton FC Reporter EVERTON will NOT be in the Europa League next season after West Ham were awarded a place in the competition via the Fair Play League.
Simone Farina, a FIFA Fair Play and Interpol ambassador as well as Aston Villa Football Club head of sports integrity, said his remarkable decision in 2011 to reject the offer of a 200,000 Euro bribe from a former teammate to throw an Italian Serie B match has given him the opportunity to help future generations grow in integrity and fair play.
The FA was among the national governing bodies that had publicly opposed him doing so - and Blatter claimed the organisation has "forgotten" fair play and was a bad loser following its humiliating defeat in the bid for the 2018 World Cup.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Louis van Gl criticised FIFA for a lack of fair play in forcing his Netherlands side to play their final World Cup Group B fixture before finding out their potential opponents in the round of 16.
Van Gl slammed the governing body for lack of fair play over the timings of group games for the host nation and is reportedly angry that Brazil would play their final Group A match against Cameroon in Brasilia on Monday, four hours after his side kick off against Chile in Sao Paulo.