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Since Steinhoff recently withdrew that sponsorship, athletes have been forced to unstitch its emblem from their jerseys and groundsmen to take down the posters and signs that bore the company’s name.
Los Rojiblancos have raided the Premier League for a new signing from the Cherries, by snapping up Bournemouth's groundsman.
Liberles said a secretary to an associate principal hired in 1996 currently makes about $31 per hour, while a custodian and a groundsman hired the same year are earning $32 and $34 an hour, respectively.
Last season saw a rise in groundsmen unleashing their inner artist, the King Power and St Mary's received the most acclaim.
In an unusual move, Wimbledon made head groundsman Neil Stubley available for an interview with England's press agency, PA, on Saturday, with his comments then circulated to reporters.
For third-tier A.F.C. Wimbledon, though, deciding against triangular flags was simply not an option because the club’s groundsman, David McKnight, is also its historian.
Hey, Mary Kay: The Moat Ground's number one groundsman here.
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