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Keith Falkiner

Keith Falkiner is a sports reporter with the Irish Daily Star Sunday. He lives in Dublin.
Keith Falkiner

Keith Falkiner is a sports reporter with the Irish Daily Star Sunday. He lives in Dublin.
Martin Faulks

Martin Faulks is a martial arts champion and Mystical adventurer. He has a black belt in Japanese Ninjutsu (Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu) and the Korean martial art, Kuk Sool Won and is proficient in the spiritual disciplines of China, including Tai Chi, Qi Gong and the legendary form of Yi Jin Jing.He is a three time national martial arts champion* and a regional fencing champion. Martin has travelled extensively and trained with some of the world's most skilled martial arts masters, including such famous masters as Bo ou Mander, Grand Master Masaaki Hatsumi, Noguchi Sensei, Stephen Hayes and Michael Pearce. He won gold medals at the (Kuk Sool Won) National Korean Martial Arts Association tournament 1993, 1994, and 1995. For Martin the Ninja arts are about secret knowledge. Knowledge that can lead to enlightenment and can allow you to aid your fellow man, through which he feels he gains a complete and balanced view of the spiritual mysteries. His previous works include:Gateways to Health: Secrets of Rejuvenation andButterfly Tai Chi: Health, Energy and Tranquility in 10 Minutes a Day
John Feinstein

John Feinstein is the author of a number of bestselling sports books. He is a regular commentator on NPR and writes for the Washington Post Sunday Magazine and Golf Magazine.
Alex Ferguson

Born in Glasgow in 1941, Sir Alex Ferguson was playing football at an international level as a school boy. He began his professional playing career in 1958 with Queen's Park. Four times winner of Manager of the Year, he has been the manager of Manchester United for thirteen years during a time when they have become the most successful and richest club in the world. MANAGING MY LIFE was awarded the British Book Awards' Book of the Year in 1999.Sir Alex Ferguson was born in 1941 in Govan, Scotland. A goal-scoring centre-forward, he was later transferred to Rangers for a Scottish record transfer fee. In 1974, he entered management with East Stirlingshire and St Mirren before joining Aberdeen, where consistent domestic success, followed by victory in the 1983 Cup Winners' Cup over Real Madrid, brought him wider attention.Arriving at Manchester United in 1986, he went on to accumulate 38 trophies, including five FA Cups, 13 Premier Leagues and two Champions Leagues. He was knighted in 1999, following Manchester United's remarkable Treble campaign, and his overall haul of 49 trophies makes him the most successful British manager of all time. Sir Alex announced his retirement in 2013, but he continues to serve United as a director and is a Fellow to the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School.
Paul Ferris

Paul Ferris was the youngest ever player for Newcastle, making his debut at 16. However, things soon turned sour and his football career ended as quickly as it had begun. Paul returned to Newcastle United where he remained as a physiotherapist for 13 years. He studied law and left to become a barrister before returning to the club once more as part of Alan Shearer's management team.Paul now runs a successful health and fitness business.
Keith Fletcher

Fletcher's England career spanned 1968-82. In the mid-1970s he was regarded as one of the top middle-order batsmen in the world. He was made captain for the 1981-82 Indian tour and in the early 1990s was appointed England coach. At county level, Fletcher played for Essex, captaining them to three championships in the 70s and 80s. He was head coach of Essex until October 2001 and is currently involved in the development of excellence and identifying future talent at the club.
Anthony Foley

Anthony Foley was born in 1973 and has become one of Munsters most-enduring and most-loved rugby players. He has captained his province and country and led Munster to European glory in 2006. He announced his retirement from the game in January 2008. He is married with two children and lives in County Clare.
Anthony Foley

Anthony Foley was born in 1973 and has become one of Munsters most-enduring and most-loved rugby players. He has captained his province and country and led Munster to European glory in 2006. He announced his retirement from the game in January 2008. He is married with two children and lives in County Clare.
Mick Foley

Mick Foley is an American actor, author and professional wrestler, currently signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he is the reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion.
Celtic Football Club

The 100 greatest issues of Celtic View have been chosen by a panel of experts for Celtic Football club and editors past and present of Celtic View. A variety of writers from Celtic View over the decades have written the analysis for the 100 issues chosen.
Peter Thomas Fornatale

Peter Thomas Fornatale is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife Susan and black labrador, Mugs.
Alys Fowler

Alys Fowler is an award winning journalist and passionate gardener. She is the author of several books and writes a weekly column on gardening for Guardian Weekend magazine. She lives in Birmingham.
William Fox-Pitt

William Fox-Pitt is one of the world's leading three-day eventers, and the winner of the 2007 Burghley trials, among many other events. He is married to the broadcaster Alice Plunkett and lives in Dorset.
Tony Francis

Tony Francis was an ITV snooker presenter when he first met Alex Higgins. Between them, they produced Alex's autobiography, Alex Through the Looking Glass in 1986. Tony also wrote the best-selling biography of Brian Clough and Zen of Cricket, among others. Francis has written for The Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph.
Daniel Friebe

Daniel Friebe is one of Britain's leading cycling journalists and a veteran of sixteen Tours de France. Daniel has written numerous books on cycling and collaborated with cycling superstar Mark Cavendish on two autobiographies, Boy Racer and At Speed. He is a co-founder and co-host of the award-winning Cycling Podcast. Since 2016, Daniel has also worked as ITV Sport's on-the-ground reporter at the Tour de France and other major races.Pete Goding has travelled the world photographing landscapes, people, culture and international sport for a wide range of clients, including; Men's Health, The Times and the award winning Cyclist Magazine. His unique perspective and outstanding understanding of light and landscape have captured everywhere from the jungles of Vietnam to the fjords of Norway. He has photographed every Tour de France since 2006 and has published intimate, dramatic and exclusive portraits of high-profile figures such as Chris Froome and Sir Bradley Wiggins. Currently represented by the UK Press Association for his sports-news content, Pete's images of travel, culture and sport can be seen displayed across book and national newspaper covers, photographic exhibitions and advertisements.
Brad Friedel

Brad Friedel is one of the most successful American players in Premier League history, having joined Liverpool in 1997 before moving to Blackburn Rovers in November 2000. He won 82 caps for the USA before retiring from international football in 2005.
Bill Frindall

Bill Frindall was the world's leading cricket statistician, and a core member of the BBC's Test Match Special team, for whom he scored every home Test from 1966 to 2008.
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