The Football League First Division is a former division of the Football League and from 1888 to 1992, it was the top tier division in the English football league system. Following the creation of the Premier League, the name was given to the second tier division The Football League was founded in 1888 by Aston Villa director William McGregor, it consisted of a single division of 12 clubs, known as The Football League. When the League admitted additional members from the rival Football Alliance in 1892, it was split into two divisions. For the next 100 years, the First Division was the top professional league in English football. In 1992 the 22 clubs making up the First Division elected to resign from the Football League and set up the Premier League; the Football League was re-organised, with the Second and Fourth Divisions now renamed the First and Third respectively. Thus, the First Division, while still the top level of the Football League, now became the second level of the entire English football league system.
The First Division was renamed as the Football League Championship prior to the start of the 2004–05 season, as part of a league-wide rebrand. The Football League rebranded itself as the English Football League prior to the 2016–17 season, with its top level becoming the EFL Championship at that time. Liverpool were the most frequent winners of the First Division when it was the top flight of English football, winning it a total of 18 times; the Football League First Division trophy was first awarded in 1891, was presented to the winners through to 1992. As of the 1947–48 season making 7 appearance for their club during the season was not enough for a player to qualify for a winners medal; as of the 1975–76 season players had to make 14 appearances for their club during the season in order to qualify for a winners medal. See List of English football champions and List of winners of English Football League Championship and predecessors
The Voice is a Chinese-language Malaysian-Singaporean reality talent show and a version of The Voice format created by John de Mol. The series premiered on Mandarin Chinese-language Singaporean channels StarHub TV and E City as well as on a Mandarin Chinese-Language Malaysian channel, Astro AEC, it was hosted by Wong Hoon Hong. The coaches were Della Ding, Hanjin Tan and Gary Chaw; the show's format features four stages of competition: blind auditions, battle rounds and live performance shows. The four judges/coaches choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process; each judge has the length of the auditioner's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team. If two or more judges want the same singer, the singer has the final choice of coach; each team of singers is developed by its coach. In the second stage, called the Battle Round, coaches will pair up two of their artists to battle against each other in a duet arrangement, after that the coach had to choose one of them to advance the next round, called Knockout Round.
After making the decision from the coach, other coaches can steal the losing artists. Each coach can save two losing artists from another team. In the third stage, called the Knockout Round, the 8 remaining artists of each team will be pair up with their coach and have a player-killing arrangement. Unlike the Battles, artists have to pick a song and have a solo performance, after which the coach need to choose one of them as a winner and advance to the Live Shows. There is no steal for this round, so the other coaches are not allowed to steal the losing artist to their teams The winners of the Knockouts will advance to this round. In the week one performance, the arrangement in this round is similar to the live playoffs from the U. S. version, but there has the highest public votes receiver can advance to the next round, the coach can save one of the remaining artists. And the coming week is the live finale, the top two artists of each team will perform a solo song, only two artists of all teams can advance to the "final showdown", which all the cumulative votes will be reset in this round.
The highest public votes receiver in the "final showdown" will be The Voice winner. EDITED In 6 June 2017, The Voice announced that Hanjin Tan, Della Ding, Gary Chaw and Sky Wu would be the coaches for the series. Coaches gallery Names in bold type indicate the winner of the season; the first and only season of The Voice premiered on 17 September 2017. The coaching panel included Hanjin Tan, Della Ding, Gary Chaw, Sky Wu. Show Hui Wei and Wong Woon Hong appeared as the host, which William Tan and Wei Long as the V-reporter. Lim Wen Suen was announced as the winner with Kenny Low in second place; each coach was allowed to advance four top to the live shows: Mang's Official Website Official website
Augusto Armando Polo Campos was a Peruvian composer. Born in Ayacucho, Polo Campos is considered one of the best Peruvian composers of all time, he was author of many popular international hits which represent the originality and richness of Peruvian identity with their melody and lyrics. In 1933, his family went to reside in the city of Lima, they lived in the historical Rímac District. From an early age Augusto discovered a ability to recite and compose verses and rhymes, his home was visited by artists and singers who like to dance and sing Peruvian music, all of which would influence and motivate the creativity of Polo Campos, who not much would become a prolific and successful career as an admired composer whose songs would form part of the Peruvian traditions forever. He was in a controversy about authorship of the song "Cariño Malo", with Armando Manzanero, APDAYC, he never studied music and does not play any instrument, being a self-taught whose talent and intelligence has helped him to create many beautiful songs making him able to obtain a Guinness Record for been able to make a song in less than 2 minutes.
One of his songs was included in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. He had a son Augusto Polo Campos, Jr.. His vals "Regresa" was a number one hit internationally for Peruvian singer Lucha Reyes, again in an instrumental form for Peruvian electronic band Madre Matilda. "Regresa" was the title track of an album by Los Violines de Lima in 1970. Cariño Bonito Regresa De la victoria a la Gloria Alianza Lima Esta es mi tierra La Jarana de Colón Romance en la Parada Cariño Malo Cada Domingo a las doce, después de la Misa Regresa Vuelve pronto Si Lima pudiera Hablar Y se llama... Perú Cuando Llora mi Guitarra Contigo Perú Tu Perdición Morena, la Flor de Lima Limeña Hombre con H Ay Raquel Pamela, Latin Peru Cuando llora mi Guitarra, Vals on YouTube Romance en la Parada, Vals Juan Cruz Castiñeiras entrevista al compositor peruano Augusto Polo Campos