Joaquim Rifé

Joaquim Rifé

Personal information

Full name
Joaquim Rifé Climent

Date of birth
6 February 1941

Place of birth
Barcelona, Spain

Playing position
Midfielder

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1962–1963
Gimnàstic
X
(X)

1963–1976
Barcelona
535
(23)

National team

1968–1970
Spain
4
(1)

Teams managed

1979–1980
Barcelona

1981
Levante

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Joaquim Rifé Climent (born 4 February 1942 in Barcelona, Catalonia) was a Spanish footballer, captain of the FC Barcelona, who has most worn the Barcelona shirt a total of 548 played matches. He played in the first team for 12 seasons for the club, between 1964 and 1976. Following his retirement as a player, he became one of the team trainers and at the end of the season 1978–79 he took charge of the team along with Torres. This duo helped the team to attain The Recopa of Basilea.
He ranks nine among players, by number of starts, in the history of Barcelona.
Trophies[edit]

1 Leagues: 1973–74.
2 Cups: 1967–68, 1970–71.
2 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 1965–66, 1971 Trophy Play-Off
1 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup: 1978–79.

External links[edit]

Joaquim Rifé at FCBarcelona.com
Stats at LFP
Spain footballer stats
Rifé manager

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UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup winning managers

1961: Hidegkuti
1962: Villalonga
1963: Nicholson
1964: Fernandez
1965: Greenwood
1966: Multhaup
1967: Čajkovski
1968: Rocco
1969: Vičan
1970: Mercer
1971: Sexton
1972: Waddell
1973: Rocco
1974: Krügel
1975: Lobanovskyi
1976: Croon
1977: Klötzer
1978: Goethals
1979: Rifé
1980: Di Stéfano
1981: Akhalkatsi
1982: Lattek
1983: Ferguson
1984: Trapattoni
1985: Kendall
1986: Lobanovskyi
1987: Cruyff
1988: De Mos
1989: Cruyff
1990: Boškov
1991: Ferguson
1992: Rehhagel
1993: Scala
1994: Graham
1995: V. Fernández
1996: L. Fernández
1997: Robson
1998: Vialli
1999: Eriksson

 
Joaquim Rifé managerial positions

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FC Barcelona – managers

Barrow (1917)
Greenwell (1917–23)
Spouncer (1923–24)
Poszony (1924)
Kirby (1924–26)
Domby (1926–27)
Forns (1927–29)
Bellamy (1929–31)
Greenwell (1931–33)
Domby (1933–34)
Plattkó (1934–35)
O’Connell (1935–40)
Planas (1940–41)
Guzmán (1941–42)
Nogués (1942–44)
Samitier (1944–47)
Fernández (1947–50)
Daučík (1950–54)
Puppo (1954–55)
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Beattie Edmondson

Beattie Edmondson

Birth name
Beatrice Louise Edmondson

Born
(1987-06-19) 19 June 1987 (age 29)

Medium
Television, film

Nationality
British

Education
Exeter School
University of Manchester

Years active
2008–present

Genres
Comedy

Parent(s)
Adrian Edmondson
Jennifer Saunders

Relative(s)
Ella Edmondson (sister)
Freya Edmondson

Beatrice Louise “Beattie” Edmondson (born 19 June 1987)[1] is an English actress. She has most recently appeared on BBC Three sitcom Josh.

Contents

1 Biography
2 Filmography
3 References
4 External links

Biography[edit]
Edmondson is the middle daughter of comedians Adrian Edmondson and Jennifer Saunders. She grew up in Devon[2] with an elder sister, Ella, and a younger sister, Freya.[3] During her second year at the University of Manchester she decided not to audition for the Drama Society and, instead, formed a comedy group with four female friends. They appeared at the following Edinburgh Festival.[2] After years working the comedy circuit with the all-female sketch troupe, which they named Lady Garden, she broke through into television in 2008. [4] She made her début in the Ben Elton sitcom The Wright Way, which was axed after one series.
Her role in the 2015 six-part BBC Three series Josh was singled out by The Independent newspaper as “very watchable”, saying her “comic timing stuck out”.[5]
Filmography[edit]

Year
Title
Role
Notes

2008
Jam & Jerusalem
Beattie Martin

2010
Shelfstackers
Dani
Episode: “Pilot”

2010
Robert’s Web
Various
Episode: “Episode 1.1”

2011
Comic Relief: Uptown Downstairs Abbey
Maid

2012
Absolutely Fabulous
Waitress
Episode: “Olympics”

2012
Spy
Girl in Club
Episode: “Codename: Family Bonds”

2012
Little Crackers
Annabel
Episode: “Omid Djalili’s Little Cracker”

2013
The Wright Way
Victoria

2014
BBC Comedy Feeds
Kate
Episode: “Josh”

2015
Pompidou
Various

2015
Marleys Ghosts
Beth
Episode: “Episode 1.3”

2015 –
Josh
Kate

2016
Fresh Meat
Helen

2016-present
Scrambled!

Writer

References[edit]

^ Beattie Edmondson, IMDb. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
^ a b “Jennifer Saunders’ daughter: I’m no Saffy”. Evening Standard. 3 May 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2015. 
^ “‘I’ve never been Saffy,’ says Jennifer Saunders’ daughter, folk singer Ella Edmondson”. Daily Mail. 10 April 2009. Retrieved 14 December 2015. 
^ “How fab! My mum’s playing my mum: Beattie Edmondson tells of life with her parents Jennifer Saunders and Ade Edmondson”. Daily Mail.

Cymuned

Cymuned (translated in English as “community”, Welsh pronunciation: [kəˈmɨnɛd]) is a Welsh communities pressure group. Established in 2001, the group campaigns on behalf of local communities in Wales, particularly (but not exclusively) Welsh-speaking and rural ones, which it perceives to be under threat due to demographic change.
Cymuned has campaigned on issues of housing, incomers, and social justice, and describes itself as an anti-colonisation and anti-racist organisation.
Cymuned have orchestrated protests outside estate agents[1] in England that sell second homes in Wales to English people. They have also protested against the Welsh train company Arriva Trains Wales [2] for the lack of use of the Welsh language on its services, and the holiday agents Thomas Cook for banning the use of Welsh in its Bangor branch in 2007.
Critics argue estate agents are providing a commercial service to the Welsh people who contract them to sell or rent their property in return for market value and that the sharp rise in the cost of property in recent years is not confined to Wales but an international phenomenon of the growing world economy, however Cymuned argues that there is a need to create a secondary sustainable local housing market in rural Wales. A new campaign designed to ensure that a sustainable proportion of new homes should be for locals only is based on planning policy that has already been adopted in the Yorkshire Dales National Park,[3] as well as parts of Shropshire, Devon, the Peak District and the Lake District[citation needed].
Cymuned is also presently campaigning on behalf of the Rhostyllen community near Wrexham against plans by the National Trust to develop land next to the village for high-priced housing.
The chief executive of Cymuned is Aran Jones, who has learned Welsh as a second language. Other notable members include the poet and musician, Twm Morys (who won the chair at the 2003 national eisteddfod), Dr Simon Brooks, former editor of the Welsh language current affairs magazine Barn, Judith Humphreys, a Welsh actress and Dr Jerry Hunter, an American Harvard graduate who moved to Wales to learn Welsh and has remained in Wales ever since, working in academic posts at the University of Wales.
See also[edit]

Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg

References[edit]

^ BBC.co.uk on housing sales protests
^ BBC.co.uk on Arriva Trains protests
^ Guardian Unlimited (2005-01-20). “Dales park approves new homes sales only to locals”. The Guardian.
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Dorothy Wagner Puccinelli

Dorothy W. Puccinelli

Born
Dorothy Wagner
(1901-12-19)December 19, 1901
San Antonio, Texas

Died
May 24, 1974(1974-05-24) (aged 72)
Berkeley, California

Nationality
American

Alma mater
California School of Fine Arts, Rudolph Schaeffer School of Design

Style
WPA-era murals and paintings

Dorothy Puccinelli also known as Dorothy Puccinelli Cravath and Dorothy Wagner Puccinelli (born December 19, 1901 – died May 24, 1974)[1] was a Californian, WPA-era artist and muralist based in San Francisco.
Biography[edit]
Born as Dorothy Wagner on December 19, 1901 in San Antonio, Texas, at age five her family moved and settling in Half Moon Bay, California.[2] In 1919, she enrolled at the California School of Fine Arts and then continued in 1925 at the Rudolph Schaeffer School of Design in San Francisco to studied with Beniamino Bufano.[2][3]
Her first marriage was to artist Raymond Puccinelli which ended in divorce. In 1941, Dorothy married Austin Cravath (brother of artist Ruth Cravath) and together they had a daughter named Anne.[2][4]
In 1937 Puccinelli created a 6′ x 8′ tempera-on-canvas mural called Vacheros at the post office in Merced, California.[5][6] The mural was funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.[5]
In 1939, Puccinelli worked with artist, Helen Katharine Forbes to paint the interior four panel murals of the Mother’s Building at the San Francisco Zoo.[7][8] The four murals depict a Noah’s Ark-theme with animals and were funded by Federal Art Project (FAP) and Works Progress Administration (WPA).[7][9] From 1978 until 2002 the Mother’s Building served as a gift shop for the zoo, the mural is now in need of restoration and the room is only used for special events.[10]
References[edit]

^ “Dorothy W. PUCCINELLI (1901–1974)”. California Art Research Archive. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ a b c “Dorothy Puccinelli”. AskArt. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ Dorothy Wagner Puccinelli and Raymond Puccinelli (PDF). 1937. 
^ Two San Francisco Artists and Their Contemporaries, 1920–1975 (PDF). Berkeley, CA: University of California, Berkeley & The Bancroft Library. 1977. 
^ a b “Post Office: Puccinelli Mural”. Living New Deal. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ “California New Deal Art”. WPAmurals.com. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ a b “San Francisco Zoo, Mother’s House Murals”. Living New Deal. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ “The Art Deco Preservation Awards”. Art Deco Society. Retrieved 2016-03-14. 
^ “Senate’s sti
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