Earnshaw, 31, has joined North American League side Toronto after two frustrating seasons at Cardiff, insisting: "I still want to play for Wales.
What does NAL stand for?
NAL stands for North American League (hockey)
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We have 65 other meanings of NAL in our Acronym Attic
- Naval Air Logistics
- NetWare Application Launcher
- Network Abstraction Layer (platform-independent application development)
- Network Adaptation Layer
- New American Library
- Nippon Aluminium Corporation (Japan)
- Nippon Association for Librarianship (Japan)
- No Account Loser
- Normal Actuation Level
- Norske Agenters Landsforbund (Federation of Norwegian Commercial Agents)
- North American Lighting, Inc. (Paris, IL)
- Notice of Apparent Liability
- Novell Application Launcher (Novell)
- Nurse Advise Line (various organizations)
- National Adult Literacy Agency (Ireland)
- National Association of Language Advisers (UK)
- National Association of Legal Assistants
- Native American Leadership Alliance
- Nevada Association of Latin Americans, Inc. (est. 1969; Las Vegas, NV)
- North America Latin America Films, LLC (est. 2005)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Former US national team goalkeeper Kasey Keller, who played in England, Spain and Germany before returning home and playing in MLS for the Seattle Sounders, said Beckham had been exactly what the North American league needed.
In a study of premier league football matches in Germany and basketball games in the North American league, researchers of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have found that aggressive contact between players increases when opponents are more equal, the researchers said.
Asu an af he hVa VwA Rennie, who grew up watching Falkirk, has left North American League side Carolina Railhawks to take the step into the top-flight.
Pele will also be taking a seat as the honorary president of the Cosmos - the once legendary New York soccer team which failed along with the North American league in 1984, and now plays friendlies to try and reignite interest in the club.
If an offer to move up to a higher North American league does not materialize, King said he would consider packing his bags and heading to a league in Europe some day if a deal came along.
Byline: TOM SCOTNEY Staff reporter Football teams could have the chance to sign a feeder club in the US or Canada after a Midlands law firm signed an exclusive franchising deal with a North American league.