Lehmann


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Leh·mann

(lā'mahn),
J.O. Orla, 20th-century Swedish physician. See: Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndrome.
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Lehmann said he was keen to commit to the role for the coming years.
Lehmann said as they have shown in recent times Australia would bring in dedicated skill-specific coaching consultants to their support staff as and when they see fit, adding that it means having more regular support from technical experts to help work on specific areas of performance.
Terry Lehmann, the third-generation owner of Lehmann's Maytag Home Appliance Center at 2001 James St.
JENS LEHMANN, the last Arsenal keeper to win a trophy, has cast serious doubt on whether the club will enjoy glorious success again.
Broad wrote on Twitter: "Spoke to Darren Lehmann last night.
England were not moved to report the incident to the ICC, but ICC chief executive Dave Richardson laid a charge himself and Lehmann pleaded guilty to "publicly criticising and making inappropriate comments" about Broad.
SORRY: Stuart Broad (left) has accepted an apology from Darren Lehmann (inset)
Jackson Bird, James Faulkner and David Warner have also been told they could be needed and Lehmann said: "I'm not ruling anything out.
But Lehmann who played in goal for Dortmund for three years before joining Arsenal in 2003 insisted: "I wouldn't say Bayern Munich are big favourites.
Lehmann recently came out of retirement to return to Arsenal but while working as a television commentator in September, Lehmann criticised Wiese's performance in a Champions League match against Tottenham.
Summary: Jens Lehmann looks set to come out of retirement and answer Arsenal's goalkeeping SOS.
With Manuel Almunia the only fit senior keeper within Arsene Wenger's squad, the Gunners boss has elected to ask Lehmann to return to the club he left in 2008.