Bobby Buckle

Bobby Buckle was one of eleven schoolboys who founded the Hotspur Football Club in 1882 to become Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Not only was Buckle one of the founders but he was elected the first-ever captain of the club at its inception, just seven weeks before his 14th birthday, was featured in the club's first known line-up, is Tottenham's first recorded goalscorer on 20 October 1883, he served in varying capacities and being involved in many of the red letter events of the club's early history. He served on the committee from 1884, was appointed honorary secretary and treasurer in 1890 and was elected to the first board of directors in 1898. Just two years at the turn of the century in 1900, Buckle resigned from the board after overseeing the adoption of professional status, the formation of the Limited Company and the move to the current home of the club White Hart Lane. During his Tottenham career between the years of 1882 and 1895 he has a recorded 25 goals in 53 appearances although it is that this number is higher with unrecorded games taken into consideration.

As work began on the Northumberland Development Project to build Tottenham Hotspur a new ground in 2017, a group of fans began campaigning for a blue plaque to be mounted on the house in White Hart Lane where Buckle lived when he helped found the club and which became its first postal address. Bobby Buckle

Joe Marchant (rugby union)

Joe Marchant is a professional rugby player for Harlequins and England. He plays as a centre in other competitions. Marchant is regarded having received international recognition at U20 and U18 level as well as being involved in senior England camps. Marchant was born on 16 July 1996 in Winchester, he began playing rugby at the age of 6. He was captain of the rugby side there. Marchant has been schooled at Harestock and Henry Beaufort, he took an BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport. He played for Winchester RFC as a school boy from 2002–12 and Symondians in 2013, he represented Hampshire rugby from u14-u18. Marchant is a blackbelt in Karate. Marchant represented England U18 winning scoring 1 try. Marchant has represented England u20 scoring 59 points and 10 tries, he was a standout player in the 2016 junior world cup winning side. His impressive performances earned him a call up to Eddie Jones' 45 man senior England training squad on 1 August 2016. On 30 September 2016 he was subsequently named in the Test squad for the Autumn Internationals.

On 20 April 2017, Marchant was one of 15 uncapped players named in the England tour party to Argentina in June for a 2-test series, but had to pull out due to injury. In August 2017 Marchant was named in the 37 man training squad by Eddie Jones. On 10 November 2019, the Blues, Auckland's Super Rugby team, announced that they had signed Joe Marchant on their Instagram account, it was confirmed via their own website that he will be playing with them as part of a sabbatical clause provided by the Harlequins. Harlequins Profile ESPN Profile

Bible translations into Azerbaijani

The first Azerbaijani translation by Mirza Farrukh and Feliks Zaręba was the Gospel of Matthew, published in 1842 in London by Basel Missionary Society. The complete New Testament was translated and published in 1878 in London and the Old Testament in 1891. In 1982, the Institute for Bible Translation in Stockholm, Sweden released a new modern Azerbaijani language translation of the New Testament made by Mirza Khazar, used in Azerbaijan. Mirza Khazar's translation being reprinted five times in subsequent years; the most recent New Testament edition, the sixth, is of 1998, while the Old Testament's one is of 2004. Mirza Khazar's translation of The Old Testament was completed in 1984, but not printed. Azeris in Iran follow a different translation. Interwiki Bibliyanın Azərbaycan dilinə tərcümələ Sound Bible İncil on