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Lille coach Rudi Garcia said on Thursday that England international Joe Cole, formerly of Auxerre, but both are short of fitness and Garcia wants to give them as much time as possible to prove that they are ready for action.
They ran upstairs ready for action when a crew commender at Tobermory Community Fire Station on the Isle of Mull discovered the fire on Friday evening.
BOXING: David Haye fired a message to the Klitschko brothers that he will be ready for action by the end of July and hungrier than ever for a shot at a world title.
From ROTUN-USA The new Secret Agent folding knife features a spring-assisted opening action that is ready for action in an instant.
10, but he is expected to be ready for action by the start of spring training.
The Blackburn ace missed the World Cup clashes against Italy and Norway this month with thigh and back injuries but is ready for action again.
MUNSTER coach Alan Gaffney does not expect new signing Brian Lima to be ready for action for at least a fortnight.
The buyer of Fan Pier will need to be ready for action.