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Dynamo Kiev signs Dutch international Lens
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Dynamo Kiev signs Dutch international Lens

Jun 20 2013, 4:00am CDT | by

Kiev, June 20 (IANS) Ukrainian football club Dynamo Kiev has signed Dutch international striker Jeremain Lens from PSV Eindhoven.

Kiev, June 20 — Ukrainian football club Dynamo Kiev has signed Dutch international striker Jeremain Lens from PSV Eindhoven. "The transfer to Dynamo is a step forward in my career," Lens was quoted...

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Dynamo Kiev signs Dutch international Lens

Jun 20 2013, 4:00am CDT | by

Kiev, June 20 (IANS) Ukrainian football club Dynamo Kiev has signed Dutch international striker Jeremain Lens from PSV Eindhoven.

Kiev, June 20 — Ukrainian football club Dynamo Kiev has signed Dutch international striker Jeremain Lens from PSV Eindhoven.

"The transfer to Dynamo is a step forward in my career," Lens was quoted by Dynamo's press-service as saying, reports Xinhua.

The 25-year-old will play for Dynamo on a four-year deal, the press-service said, without disclosing details regarding the transfer fee.

The local and Dutch media estimate the deal value at $12-14 million.

Lens has spent three years in Eindhoven and scored 43 goals in 137 appearances for PSV.

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Football Books

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Ukraine to send reinforcements to key cities in case of rebel attacks

Nov 4 2014 11:30am CST | Source: the guardian

President Petro Poroshenko also calls on parliament to rescind law that gives special status to Donetsk and LuhanskKiev will send reinforcements to key Ukrainian cities to prevent potential attacks from Russia-backed separatists, President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday. He also called on Ukraines parliament to rescind a law giving special status to the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the east of the country, much of which is under the control of separatists.Kiev essentiall ...
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Ukraine president in crisis talks with security chiefs over electoral farce

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Petro Poroshenko vows to deal with only legitimately elected self-government bodies, not bandits who crown themselvesUkraines president, Petro Poroshenko, is to meet with his security chiefs on Tuesday after pro-Russian rebels held elections that proved they would never again be ruled by Kiev.Separatist leaders in Luhansk and Donetsk claimed victory in the votes in the east of the country, which Poroshenko condemned as an electoral farce and said had violated a peace accord agreed in ...
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Pro-Russian separatist Zakharchenko wins Ukraine rebel vote

Nov 3 2014 4:22am CST | Source: globeandmail

Sunday’s vote, the climax of a six-month separatist rebellion in Ukraine’s industrialised east, took place in defiance of Kiev ...
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West Brom boss Irvine eager for Ideye to get going

Nov 3 2014 3:19am CST | Source: Tribalfootball.com

West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Irvine is eager for Brown Ideye to get rolling. The 26-year-old Nigeria international has scored just once since his big money summer move from Dynamo Kiev. NO, This arti ...
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Ukraine: Donetsk votes for new reality in country that does not exist

Nov 2 2014 2:41pm CST | Source: the guardian

The election for the regions prime minister has given hope to older generations that they will never again be part of UkraineWith armed men in the polling station, no voter lists, and international observers coming from an organisation concocted the night before the vote, these were no normal elections.But then the Donetsk Peoples Republic is no normal country. It is no country at all, according to most of the world. But the vote for prime mini ...
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Meet the most-fearsome anti-LGBT candidates

Oct 31 2014 3:48pm CDT | Source: msnbc

Out There: In this week's LGBT news roundup, Thomas Roberts discusses the most frightening anti-LGBT candidates running in the 2014 midterms, a same-sex kiss believed to be the first in a kids’ cartoon, why activists in Kiev believe anti-gay activists...Read ...
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Carlos Vela

Oct 28 2014 9:24pm CDT | Source: RedCafe

I think this lad is going to be a top class player. Impressed me in the Carling cup a couple of times recently and just watching him tonight in the CL it's obvious the boy can play a bit. Good vision, close control and judging from his hat-trick against Sheff Utd he can finish well too. I thought Arsenal were lucky to win against Kiev tonight, I thought a draw would have been a fair result, but this young Mexican has a bright fut ...
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