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It is believed that Barroso wishes to make BEPA a more political animal, and installing Kuneva as chief would not only give the think-tank increased prominence and executive leadership - it currently has no acting boss - but would also allow Barroso to exert increased control over emerging policy prescriptions.
That's it for Joel this season and for Hartlepool United," acting boss Turner confirmed.
LEICESTER'S acting boss Richard Cockerill insists "world-class" match-winner Julien Dupuy will not be leaving Welford Road this summer despite the Frenchman's desire for a return to his homeland.
His directors have agreed to his release with deep disappointment and have appointed assistant manager Theo Foley as acting boss.
Jestin also helped convict the acting boss of the Colombo organized crime family for the murder of a state court judge and a former police officer, as well as the acting boss and three other high-level members of the Genovese organized crime family on charges of racketeering and extortion.
ROGER ASHBY resigned as Nuneaton Borough manager yesterday and his parting shot was to tell the players to win their next three games and put acting boss Kevin Wilkin in a strong position to become his successor in the New Year.
Paul Hollard became acting boss after Jim Hayburn was suspended and later sacked for alleged 'misrepresentation'.
He will get the first shot in his role as acting boss, starting with a home meeting against Birmingham tomorrow, and a moraleboosting victory over the Blues could put Carver in the frame.
Manchester City acting boss Stuart Pearce has called for Shaun Wright-Phillips to miss the tour
Teenager Armstrong has been lightly used by United over the last few weeks but loan enquiries were met with a firm refusal, an indication acting boss John Carver still sees him playing a part in the final stretch of the season.
Acting boss Carver said: "You do not do that - not with this group of people, you have to respect everybody.
Earlier this week board member David Martin, former head Paul Kiely and acting boss Jim Nugent were savaged in the press following a shambolic performance at the Public Accounts Committee.