green-and-gold love

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  • Standing out amid the paraphernalia is a green-and-gold Oakland A's cap, meant to remind the program's staff of the film Moneyball, in which Brad Pitt plays the renegade baseball executive Billy Beane.

    The Biz: CBS' Morning Glory?

  • Gill expects the Glazers to still be in control when Ferguson ends his long association with the club, but he was candid enough to accept that his comments would go down badly among the fans who were involved in the green-and-gold protest movement.

    Manchester United have post-Sir Alex Ferguson plan, says David Gill

  • "The green-and-gold campaign has not disappeared completely, but it has died down dramatically during the past season and we move on," he said.

    Manchester United have post-Sir Alex Ferguson plan, says David Gill

  • A small green-and-gold Quran; a tiny velvet prayer rug, for praying at the table, now that he was too stiff to pray on the floor; a qurus, a small amulet made of clay from Karbala, that Shiites use to pray; and Tupperware containers of carefully apportioned pills for all the physical and spiritual maladies of old age—gastritis, insomnia, infection.

    Day of Honey

  • At the showing I attended this week, there were several audience members clad in green-and-gold Bart Starr jerseys, and veteran NFL punter Sean Landeta participated in a talkback session afterward.

    Danny Groner: Lombardi Is About More Than Football

  • It was also one of the last Brazil teams to fully embody the romantic stereotype that comes to mind when we think of the green-and-gold.

    Remembering Brazil's Soccer Philosopher King

  • In the same vein, maybe all those Packers and Bears fans mixed together in the stands at Soldier Field on Sunday can realize that, beneath our green-and-gold or blue-and-orange body paint, we aren't so different after all.

    Eric Williams: What Have You Won for Me Lately?

  • "The green-and-gold campaign is so powerful because it's a protest against the current ownership that's totally compatible with supporting the team," says Duncan Drasdo, the chief executive of MUST.

    In England, a Soccer Tea Party

  • A group of wealthy backers known as the Red Knights announced plans this week to wrest control of the English Premier League club from its American owners, the Glazer family. no need Manchester United fans wave green-and-gold scarves in the stands, using the teams colors from before 1902 to protest the debt imposed on the club.

    The Fight for Manchester United

  • The group has sold more than 30,000 green-and-gold scarves in the past month, and at Wembley on Sunday, 30,000 balloons in the Newton Heath colors were sent skyward.

    In England, a Soccer Tea Party

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