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Eljero Elia

Eljero George Rinaldo Elia is a Dutch footballer who plays as a winger for Turkish team İstanbul Başakşehir and the Dutch national team. He turned professional at ADO Den Haag and played for Twente before moving abroad to represent Hamburger SV, Juventus and Werder Bremen. In 2015, he came back to his home country to play for Feyenoord. Elia scored on his debut for the Netherlands national team in September 2009 and was part of the Dutch squad which reached the final at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Before excelling in the ADO Den Haag youth team at the age of nine, Elia played for many amateur clubs, he made his professional debut in 2004 against Groningen. In that season, he played four matches and scored one goal for Den Haag against AZ. From on, Elia established himself in the first team at ADO Den Haag. After some conflicts between Elia and Den Haag's new coach, Lex Schoenmaker, Twente signed the exciting young player. Besides Twente, Ajax were keen to sign the player. However, had Elia chosen Ajax, he would have first been loaned back to ADO Den Haag where he would not have the chance to play due to conflicts with the coach.

Furthermore, ADO Den Haag were relegated and Elia did not want to play in the Eerste Divisie. Elia made his Twente debut in a 2–2 draw against Utrecht on 26 August 2007, he scored his first goal in a 2–1 win over Heracles Almelo on 8 February 2008 and scored another in a 2–1 win over Ajax the following month. In his first season at the club, Elia made 30 appearances and scored twice in the League qualifying round. Under new manager Steve McClaren, Elia went on a goalscoring run with 11 goals. Elia made his UEFA Champions League debut in the third qualifying round against Arsenal, where Twente lost in both legs. Despite the club's elimination, the club progressed to the UEFA Cup group stage, he scored his first European goal in a 3–2 loss against Manchester City on 6 November 2008. Twente, lost in the third round knock-out stage against Marseille. In the KNVB Cup, Twente progressed to the final against Heerenveen. In the final, Elia scored the club's first goal in the match. However, they lost on penalties.

Elia was named the Dutch Football Talent of the Year in 2009 and this added to his burgeoning reputation in Europe. In the January transfer window, Ajax and PSV were linked with a move to sign Elia. Ajax had their bid rejected twice by the club in effort to sign Elia. Elia ended speculation by signing a new contract at Twente, keeping him until 2013. Two months after signing a new contract, Elia announced his intention to leave the club at the end of the season. On 5 July 2009, Elia joined Hamburger SV on a five-year contract. On 8 August 2009, he made his debut as a substitute in the first match of the season against SC Freiburg, he scored his first league debut goal in a 4–2 win over VfL Wolfsburg on 23 August 2009. Five months he scored a brace and set up a goal in a 4–0 win over 1. FC Nürnberg. Elia scored his first Europa League goal in a 4–2 win over Hapoel Tel Aviv on 1 October 2009. In a 1–1 draw at Mainz 05 on 28 November 2009, Elia suffered an ankle injury in the 15th minute, he missed the rest of the season following an ankle surgery, which manager Bruno Labbadia described as a "bitter blow".

During his first season, in March 2010, Elia had a severe infection due to a poorly applied tattoo, which meant he felt uncomfortable in his shirt. As a result, Hamburg's neighbours Werder Bremen have since banned their players from getting tattoos. In his debut season, Elia scored five goals. At the end of the season, Elia was linked with several clubs such as Juventus, but insisted he knew nothing about a move and wanted to stay at Hamburg for another season. In his second season, Elia was rotated and played less which led him to consider leaving the club if he did not regain his starting position. In his third season, Elia made four appearances before moving to Juventus. While at Hamburg, Elia was fined by the club after he stated that the club's team style didn't suit him and claimed the club did not look after him while on the sideline. On 31 August 2011, Juventus confirmed the signing of Elia from Hamburg on a four-year contract for a fee of €9 million. Elia made his Juventus debut on 25 September 2011 in a 1–1 draw against Catania.

Elia, found it hard to make an impact in the black and white shirt and featured only four times in the whole season. Despite Juventus winning the Serie A title without losing a game, Elia announced he wanted to leave the club in order to revive his career elsewhere; the following month, on 11 June 2012, Elia handed in a transfer request, granted by Juventus. On 9 July 2012, Werder Bremen confirmed the signing of Elia from Juventus on a four-year contract for a fee of €5.5 million. After moving to Bremen, Elia said he hoped that he could resurrect his form and aimed to earn an international call-up, he appeared in his first game for Bremen in a 2–1 loss in the opening game of the season against Borussia Dortmund. After making seven appearances with no goals, Elia admitted he found it difficult to adapt to the club's playing style. Despite this, he made 21 appearances for the club that season. In the 2013–14 season, Elia started when he scored two goals and his first for Bremen against 1. FC Nürnberg in a 3-3 draw on 29 September 2013.

He scored two goals in two matches against Mainz 05 on 24 November 2013, when Bremen lost 3–2, in a 4–4 draw against 1899 Hoffenheim on 30 November 2013. The 2013–14 season was an improvement for Elia, as he made 33 appearances and scored four times, his improvement led the club to decide aga

Ancuța Bobocel

Ancuța Bobocel is a Romanian middle-distance runner who specializes in the 3000 metres steeplechase. She represented Romania at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics and is a three-time participant at the World Championships in Athletics. In 2009, she won the European U23 and Jeux de la Francophonie steeplechase titles, as well as a silver at the Summer Universiade. Bobocel rose to prominence as a junior athlete competing in the steeplechase and in cross country running, she was the silver medallist in the steeplechase at the 2003 European Athletics Junior Championships repeated that finish at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Athletics. She was the junior runner-up at the 2004 European Cross Country Championships that year. In 2005, she was twentieth in the junior race at the World Cross Country Championships and won the junior title at the 2005 European Cross Country Championships, she retained her silver medal in the steeplechase at the 2005 European Athletics Junior Championships. She set a European junior record of 9:37.45 to take another steeplechase silver at the 2006 World Junior Championships in Athletics, but managed only third in the junior race at the 2006 European Cross Country Championships.

Her senior debut came over 3000 metres at the 2007 European Athletics Indoor Championships, where she was eleventh in the final. At the 2007 European Athletics U23 Championships she was runner-up to Katarzyna Kowalska represented Romania in the discipline at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics, being eliminated in the heats stage; the same fate beset her on her Olympic debut at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. She set a 3000 m best to finish eighth at the 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships and reached the top of the podium in the steeplechase at the 2009 European Athletics U23 Championships, she was again eliminated in the heats of the 2009 World Championships in Athletics, but won medals at smaller competitions: she was the silver medallist behind Sara Moreira at the 2009 Summer Universiade and the gold medallist at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie. Bobocel did not progress beyond the heats of the 3000 m at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships, but was ninth in the final at the 2010 European Athletics Championships.

She did not compete in the steeplechase in 2011, but instead entered the 1500 metres at the 2011 European Athletics Indoor Championships. She won the senior title at the 2012 World University Cross Country Championships and led Romania to second in the team rankings. 800 metres – 2:02.72 min 1500 metres – 4:13.20 min 1500 metres – 4:08.13 min 3000 metres – 9:10.58 min 3000 metres – 8:52.86 3000 metres steeplechase – 9:25.70 Ancuța Bobocel at World Athletics Ancuta Bobocel at the International Olympic Committee Ancuta Bobocel at the Comitetul Olimpic și Sportiv Român Ancuța Bobocel at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com

In Too Deep (Genesis song)

"In Too Deep" is the fourth track on the 1986 Genesis album Invisible Touch. It was released as the second single from the LP in the UK and the fourth single in the US; the single was a success in America during the summer of 1987. The song was only performed live during the 1986 North American legs during the Genesis 1986/1987 Invisible Touch world tour. An October 1986 performance of the song was included on the 1992 live album The Shorts. "In Too Deep" is featured in the 2000 American crime/thriller American Psycho, as well as in the 1986 British neo-noir film Mona Lisa. The lyric was written by Phil Collins after he was approached to write a song for the soundtrack of the movie Mona Lisa; the music is credited to the entire band in common with all the tracks on Invisible Touch. Tony Bankskeyboards Phil Collins – vocals, percussion Mike Rutherfordbass guitar and electric guitars The music video for the song features the three band members playing on a minimalist set composed of steps and platforms.

Tony Banks plays a grand piano, although the recording itself is electric, while Mike Rutherford mime acoustic guitar and Phil Collins vocals and drums. The song features in the movie Mona Lisa during a sequence in which Bob Hoskins's character investigates the sex establishments of Soho. In the 2000 American psychological thriller film American Psycho, Patrick Bateman describes the song as "the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment; the song is uplifting. The lyrics are as positive and affirmative as anything I've heard in rock."The song was included on the Genesis setlist concert only during the 1986 American gigs of the Invisible Touch Tour, which began in Detroit, Michigan on 18 September 1986. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics