So many federal agency bureau heads think that when they burp out a rule, or a set of guidelines, that the world magically changes, in a uniform way, when they slip those rules and guidelines into an envelope and send them to both examiners and bank CEOs. Background Information For those readers not steeped in the details of bank supervision, the Uniform Financial Institutions Rating System UFIRS or CAMELS rating system is an internal rating system used by the federal and state regulators for assessing the soundness of financial institutions on a uniform basis and for identifying those insured institutions requiring special supervisory attention. That post raised the issue of the economic distortion created by the unnaturally high profile of the bank regulatory agencies and their examiners. The issue was reiterated in the July blog post titled:
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get football updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email For the generation of football fans too young to remember England's World Cup glory inthe Three Lions' victory over Holland at Euro 96 remains the pinnacle.
Never mind Moore, Charlton, Stiles and co.
The hooligan crisis of the s and 80s had left a sour taste in the mouths of many genuine supporters, stripping the game of its glitz and glamour. But 20 or so players, or should we say heroes, stepped forward to save the day.
Shearer celebrates his second goal Image: Getty Unfazed by the prospect of facing a genuine footballing superpower in the group stage, England flipped the Dutch on their heads, playing like the famous Oranje teams of the past. It couldn't get better than this, surely.
The scoreline flattered Guus Hiddink's side, who limped and laboured under the swell of challenges, headers and goals.
SAS and Ince after the game Image: Allsport Terry Venebles' side were one up after 23minutes, Alan Shearer sinking a penalty past the hapless Edwin van der Sar.
His second sandwiched between a Sheringham brace ensured a famous victory, which a Patrick Kluivert consolation could do nothing to dampen.
It's been more than 20 years since that glorious night under the Wembley arches, but what became of our heroes? And what about the dismal Dutch? Goalkeeper - David Seaman Seaman became a hero Image: Hulton Archive The ex-Arsenal and Manchester City shotstopper had a lengthy career at the top, winning three league titles, four FA Cups and a host of other honours.
Since retiring inhe's dabbled in punditry and done bit of other TV work. In Junehe was appointed goalkeeping coach of non-league side Wembley as part of a TV documentary, joining a host of other ex-pros as the club tried to reach the FA Cup proper.
Seaman, now 54, also starred in the ninth series of Dancing on Ice and in married his partner on the show, Frankie Poultney. Reuters G Nev needs no introduction.
The former Manchester United full-back has been a mainstay in the public eye ever since retiring in Centre-back - Tony Adams c Adams skippered the side Image: Allsport Big Tony Adams was an absolute brick wall of a centre-half, epitomising the term 'old fashioned defender'.
He made more than appearances for Arsenal, where he spent his entire career. When his playing days finished, Adams went into management, with spells in charge of Wycombe Wanderers, Portsmouth, Azerbaijani side Gabala and Spanish side Granada. He's yet to find much success in the dugout, though, registering a pretty dismal a Hulton Archive You don't have to look too far from the national side to see what Gareth Southgate is up to.
Despite missing the crucial penalty against Germany in the semi-finals - and going on to milk it in that Pizza Hut advert - old Gal's done all right for himself. He spent three years at the helm of Middlesbrough before being appointed England U21 manager.
He's tasked with guiding England to World Cup glory in Russia - his first international tournament as a manager. Left-back - Stuart Pearce One of the pictures of the tournament Image: Getty Stuart 'Psycho' Pearce has had a topsy-turvy time in his post playing days, managing Manchetser City for a couple of years before a five-year stint as England U21 boss.The Big List of urbanagricultureinitiative.com Examples.
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