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Scott is very active. Even when he's riding in his stroller, he leans forward and wiggles his arms and legs. He loves the fluffy ears the rabbit families have, so his mother Amelia made him a straw hat with long ears. It's his favourite thing! Skyler is a friendly girl who smiles and waves at people she meets on the street. Her mother Amelia made her a straw hat with long ears like a rabbit. Skyler likes it so much that she insists on wearing it even in the house.
THE ARRIVAL of Esteban Felix Granero Molina from Real Madrid represented yet another significant coup the R's.
The 25 year-old midfielder, who joined Madrid as an eight year-old, arrives at Loftus Road just months after helping Real win the La Liga title.
After coming through the ranks at the Santiago Bernabeu, Granero made the step up to Madrid's C squad at the age of 17, standing out for his talent and passing skills, and going on to receive the Numeros 1 Don Balon award as the 'Most Valuable Player' of the fourth division Group 7 in 2005/06.
Granero - who is also known as El Pirata (the pirate) in Spain owing to his outlandish hairstyle- spent the 2008/09 campaign on loan at Getafe - also based in Madrid - making 27 appearances and scoring three goals.
At the end of the season, which included a run to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup, Granero returned to Madrid.
However, Getafe came back in for the midfielder in July 2008, with Granero penning a permanent deal. Under the terms of the deal, Madrid agreed a re-buy option, which after making 35 appearances and scoring five goals in the 2008/09 season, was exercised in July 2009 in a deal reported to be worth four million euros.
Granero's first Madrid goal at senior level arrived in the opening game of the 2009/10 season away at Espanyol, and he went on to make 31 appearances in La Liga.
The arrivals of Sami Khedira and Mesut Ozil in 2010 restricted his starts the following season, but Granero was still a valuable squad player, scoring a crucial goal from the bench in a 1-1 draw versus Almeria, as well as playing his part in their Copa del Rey triumph over Barcelona.
Last season, Granero played a vital role in the Madrid squad that clinched the La Liga title. He made 17 La Liga appearances, as Jose Mourinho's side saw off the threat of Barcelona to win their first league crown in four years.
United beat off fierce competition from Liverpool, Arsenal and Inter Milan to secure the services of French full-back Patrice Latyr Evra on 10 January 2006.
The defender's arrival, just days after Nemanja Vidic's capture, signalled Sir Alex Ferguson's intention to shore up his defence, which had suffered in the long-term absence of Gabriel Heinze.
Although only 24 when he joined the Reds, Evra had already been capped five times for France. He had been club captain at Monaco, where he established himself as a quick, committed, attack-minded player, also capable of playing at left-midfield.
Evra started his career in Italy after a scout from Masala spotted him in Les
Ulis, the same tough suburb of Paris where Thierry Henry grew up. After one season in Serie C1, he moved up to Serie B by joining Monza. In 2000, Nice brought him home to France and converted him from left-winger to left-back. After two seasons he was snapped up by Monaco.
He again had little trouble adjusting to the bigger stage; he was a French League Cup winner in 2003. He then helped Monaco to the 2004 UEFA Champions League final before losing 3-0 to Porto. Patrice cites his first boss at Monaco, Didier Deschamps, as a big influence. "He transmitted to me the bug of winning at any price."
After a mixed start to life at United, having joined midway through a difficult season, Patrice showed his best form during 2006/07 as the Reds won the Premier League title. The French defender's extra gym time paid off as he came to terms with the physical demands of playing in England, and he notched his first Premier League and UEFA Champions League goals against Everton and Roma respectively. His part in United's successful season was recognised by a slot in the 2006/07 PFA Team of the Season, as voted by his Premier League peers.
Patrice made the left-back berth his own during 2007/08, missing only eight games in the triumphant Premier League and UEFA Champions League campaigns. The Frenchman's form and fitness
were crucial to the parsimony of the defence, and he brought balance and abundant energy to the Reds' fluid, attacking wing play, even if he did not score any goals himself in a glorious season.
After signing a four-year contract extension in June 2008 to keep him at the club until the summer of 2012, he carried his fine form into the 2008/09 campaign, playing his part in helping the Reds break the Premier League clean sheet record, as well as collecting his third winners' medal.
While Wayne Rooney's goalscoring exploits deservedly earned him the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award, Evra was an impressive performer throughout 2009/10 and deservedly received an honourable mention from Sir Alex at the end of the campaign in which he started all but one of United's 38 league games. Patrice was named in the PFA Team of the Year and he capped a memorable campaign by skippering the Reds to Carling Cup glory in February 2010.
He was a near-ever-present in 2010/11, too, playing in 35 games in United's triumphant league campaign, scoring once. Midway through the season, the left-back signed a contract extension to keep him at Old Trafford until at least the end of the 2013/14 campaign.
Father Bruce Springer runs the Sylvanian Cricket Club and is also the captain of the team. Depending on which team wins the toss of the coin he either opens the batting or begins the bowling. His finest hour - and it did only take an hour - was when he bowled out the entire second eleven for only twelve runs and then opened the batting for his team and hit each of the first three balls for six. What a win! Mother Shelia Springer is a great all round sportswoman and is especially good at netball. She is often found at the netball courts either playing her favourite position of goal defence (GD) or coaching one of the junior teams. She works hard at all her sports, encouraging her children to do the same. “Winning is not everything, beating your PB (Personal Best) is!” she claims. Sister Joanne Springer, like the rest of her family, is sports mad. Her favourite activity is running; to be precise, long distance running. She trains very hard at this, getting up at six o’clock every morning in order to run around the fields, having a quick shower before she dashes off to catch the school bus. Baby Joey Springer loves to play bat and ball with his father, Bruce. He usually misses the ball with the bat, which makes both him and his daddy laugh.
Mia Cakebread smiles at everyone she meets. Even if she's in a place full of people she doesn't know, she plays as comfortably there as she does when she's at home. She can't wait to go to nursery where she can make lots of new friends. Max Cakebread is a quiet baby. He's not fussy about his food and he doesn't get into any mischief. But he loves to move around. If his family turn their backs for one moment, he'll crawl somewhere far away before they know it. His family are always amazed by how fast he can crawl away! Well-made with fine attention to detail. Good for stimulating imaginative role-play in children. Suitable for ages 3 years and up.
Grey cat baby on a rocking horse. Since 1985, Sylvanian Families has been loved by many people around the world. It is a nostalgic toy range that attracts people from different age groups. Based on three concepts, Nature, Family and Love, children can explore the power of imagination and learn to care and share with one another. Sylvanian Families are there to help children acquire key social skills.
Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior, known as Oscar, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Chelsea and the Brazil national team.
Oscar began his career at Sao Paulo FC, where he won the Brazilian Serie A in 2008. In 2009, he went to court against the club due to irregularities in his contract. After a series of controversies he left for Internacional, where he spent the next three years of his career. His displays for club and country led to him signing for Premier League club Chelsea in 2012.
Oscar is a Brazil international and has represented his country at U-20 level, at the 2012 London Olympics and at senior level. On 20 August 2011, Oscar scored three goals in the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup final win against Portugal, becoming the first player to score a hat-trick in the FIFA U-20 World Cup final. Oscar later described his performances at the tournament as being a "gateway to the senior side". He earned his first cap for the national team against Argentina. His first goal also came against Argentina in a 3-4 defeat in June 2012.
His playing style and ability have drawn comparison to Brazil international Kaka and Germany international Mesut Ozil.
Oscar then made his first Premier League start in a 1-0 victory over Stoke. Following his good performances, Oscar became a regular starter in Roberto Di Matteo's creative midfield triumvirate with Juan Mata and Eden Hazard. Oscar scored his third goal of the season and in the Champions League during Chelsea's 2-1 defeat away at Shakhtar Donetsk. Oscar continued his brilliant scoring record in Europe by scoring in an open net from 40 yards out in the reverse fixture against Shakhtar at Stamford Bridge, in which Chelsea won 3-2. Oscar also scored in Europe in ultimately Chelsea's last Champions League fixture, making the score 6-1 to Chelsea against Nordsjealland.
Jermain Colin Defoe (born 7 October 1982) is an English footballer of Caribbean descent who plays as a striker for English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, and the England national football team.
Defoe began his career with Charlton Athletic, joining their youth team at age fourteen, before moving to West Ham United aged sixteen, and rising through the ranks. He made his professional debut for West Ham in 2000, and after a season-long loan spell at Bournemouth during the 2000-01 season, established himself in the West Ham lineup. A move to Tottenham in 2004 soon followed, and Defoe also spent a year at Portsmouth after he was deemed surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane. He has since returned to Tottenham in the January 2009 transfer window. Defoe made his England debut in 2004 and as of March 2011, has made 46 appearances, scoring 15 goals.
Defoe is widely considered as one of the most clinical finishers in England, with an exceptional scoring rate, especially in cup competitions, scoring 40 goals in 63 games.
In pre-season Defoe scored two goals, one coming in a 3-0 win against Orlando Pirates on 23 July, and the other in a 2-1 win against Athletic Bilbao at White Hart Lane on 6 August. Defoe started the season by scoring in a 5-0 win against Hearts in a Europa League play-off game on 18 August. His first Premier League goal of the season came on in a 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers, scoring the second goal after exchanging passes with Niko Kranjcar. His next goal came in the Europa League group stage game at home to Shamrock Rovers. His first goal in October came on the 16th away to Newcastle United, scoring Tottenham's second in a 2-2 draw. On 6 November he scored his third Premier League goal of the season in a 3-1 win against Fulham at Craven Cottage.
He then scored in two consecutive matches against West Brom and Bolton Wanderers. On 15 December he scored again in the Europa League in a 4-0 win against Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium. His first goal of 2012 came in a 1-0 home win against West Brom converting a Gareth Bale cross. He scored again in the next game this time in a 3-0 FA Cup win at home to Cheltenham Town.. His 113th goal for Spurs came in a 3-2 loss to Manchester City on 22 January at the Etihad Stadium. He scored as a substitute against Manchester United in a 3-1 loss on 4 March. He then scored two goals in Tottenham's FA Cup replay against Stevenage Borough, with Tottenham winning 3-1. Defoe's 16th goal of the season came in a disappointing home premier league 2-1 defeat to Norwich City.
Ashley Young's emergence as a major influence with Fabio Capello's England showed the livewire forward is made for the big stage.
Having unluckily missed out on the 2010 World Cup squad with Shaun Wright-Phillips getting the nod instead, his stock grew to such an extent that there was a minor outcry when he was only on the bench for June's Euro 2012 qualifier with Switzerland. As if to ram home his point, he scored a superb equaliser in the Wembley clash and picked up the man-of-the-match award for his 45 minutes' work.
By then, Sir Alex Ferguson's mind had been made up and a deal was announced with Aston Villa
later in the month as the former Watford winger only had a year left on his contract with the Midlanders.
Young's career has been on a steadily upward curve after suffering the blow of being on the brink of being released as a youngster at Vicarage Road. He showed great courage and tenacity to force the Hornets to change their mind, and prove them hopelessly wrong, and became subject of a bidding war - eventually won by Villa in 2007.
The fee, rising to almost £10million, was declared far too steep by those supposedly in the know but it soon started looking like a bargain. Flourishing at Villa Park, he won the 2009 PFA Young Player of the Year award and was declared 'world class' by manager Martin O'Neill after one sensational performance against Everton.
After fulfilling his potential with Villa, a World Cup place seemed a certainty only for coach Capello to look elsewhere but the player's response - as to his early setback at Watford - shows he has character in abundance. Earning a more responsibility in a central attacking role, he racked up the assists and goals in his final campaign for the Midlanders and was one of the Premier League's most productive performers.
By signalling his desire to make the step up to Champions League football and deciding not to sign a new deal, it became obvious that he would move on with several top clubs keen on his signature. United pushed hard to land their target to hand him the bigger stage he craves.
The man who famously went to school with Lewis Hamilton in Stevenage is now firmly in football's fast lane.
Rio de Janeiro-born Rio de Janeiro-born Rafael is very much a modern full-back: he loves to bomb down the right flank - but he's not all just Brazilian flair, he's also made of tough stuff.
Rafael is a full Brazil international and settled quicker than his twin Fabio after making his debut against Peterborough in Barry Fry's testimonial back in August, 2008. It was soon evident United had a ready-made first-teamer on their hands, even though he was only 18 at the time. Finally, it was the end of one long journey from his former Brazilian club Fluminense, and the start of a new one with United.
What made Rafael's debut all the more startling was that he hadn't played for over a year. The Reds had been waiting for international clearance on the pair's transfer from Brazil, so they had been unable to turn out for United during that time and, in fact, didn't play any regular competitive football. Both brothers were spotted by Les Kershaw, then Academy Manager, in the summer of 2005 while playing for Fluminense in a Hong Kong youth tournament.
Rafael seems dauntless, and his ten-minute cameo on his competitive debut against Newcastle appeared to back up that claim, as did his first goal in a red shirt - a stunning last-minute volley in the defeat at Arsenal in November 2008. He quickly began stringing together top-level performances, displacing fit-again club captain Gary Neville and England international Wes Brown at various stages of the campaign. Rafael copes with high-pressure matches with a calm which belies his tender years.
Sir Alex Ferguson handed Rafael a two-year contract extension before the defender had even completed his first season in England. The Brazilian ended 2008/09 with a nomination for the PFA Young Player of the Year award, and a place on the bench in the Champions League final, just a year after watching from the stands in Moscow.