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Images Dated 3rd August 2007

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YOUTH TEAM 2007/08 Featured 3 Aug 2007 Image

YOUTH TEAM 2007/08

ENGLAND, SOUTHEND, ROOTS HALL: 2007/08 Youth Team squad photograph. Back Row (left to right): Peggy Lokando, David Obaze, Tashan Adeyinka, Nathan McDonald, Richard Curtis, Ronnie Jones, Gordon Riech & Ricky Byrne. Middle Row (left to right): James Lindie, Jamie Forshaw, Stuart O'Keefe, Tom Hopkins, Davis Abbey, Johnny Herd, Luke Thurlbourne & Jack Morris. Front Row (left to right): Rhys Henry, Medi Abalimba, Laurence Bloom (Conditioning Coach), Ricky Duncan (Youth Team Manager), Ben Clarkson (Youth Physio), Bill Garner (Coach), Dan Harvey, Richard Priest. CREDIT: Galvineyes/southendunitedpics

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Accessory Navicular Pain Syndrome is caused by friction Featured 3 Aug 2007 Image

Accessory Navicular Pain Syndrome is caused by friction

Horizontal, Anatomy, Diagram, Illustration, Foot, Bone, Pressure, Injury, Medical, Doctor, Physician, Patient, Biology, Joint, Side View, See Through, Cut Out, White Background, Artwork, Female Likeness, Male Likeness, Color Image, Full Length, Medical Exam, Healthcare And Medicine, The Human Body, No People, Part Of, Human Bone, Human Foot, Human Body Part, inflammation, tendon, achilles tendon, foot bones, tendinitis, fraying tendon, posterior tibial tendon, medial foot, Accessory Navicular Pain Syndrome, biomedical illustration, human internal organ, human joint, joint - body part, accessory navicular ossicles, Illustrations & Artwork, 667600693

Najac Castle in the Morning Mist Featured 3 Aug 2007 Image

Najac Castle in the Morning Mist

View of Najac, France with the Fortress Royale de Najac at the highest point on the ridge. Built by the Counts of Toulouse at a time when they were as powerful as the king of France, the 12th and 13th century royal fortress is an extraordinary example of military defences. It was actively used in the fight against the Cathars and the Hundred Years war. Its dungeon served as a prison for the last Knights of the Rouergue

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