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But his unpopularity with some sections of the fans has been persistent and he came close to losing his job at the end of last season.
Islamabad, August 28(ANI): Ijaz Butt is desperate to continue occupying the 'lucrative' throne of the Pakistan Cricket Board despite his extreme unpopularity and complete failure on the job, former PCB Chief Executive Officer Colonel (retired) Rafi Nasim has said.
Middlesbrough is trapped in its history and the name Margaret Thatcher, combined with an interest group which supports Bell for their own reasons, seems to guarantee Bell election despite his own unpopularity.
Increasing the cost of parking poses a political risk of unpopularity, but if private companies offer the services someone else would be taking the risk, city officials say.
Brussels - The Sahrawi population overwhelmingly approved the constitutional reform, initiated by HM King Mohammed VI, showing the world that the Sahara is Moroccan and laying bare the unpopularity of the separatists' obsolete theses, said the Coordination of the youths of the Moroccan Sahara in Europe.
The Welsh wind-up merchant revels in his unpopularity You can follow me on Twitter @stevepalmer78
The 61-year-old Qatari said: "Unfortunately, from what I can see, people have been judging the entire organisation by the unpopularity of its president.
The choice of system for future elections, contested possibly under very different circumstances and even between new parties, should not be influenced by present unpopularity of one individual.
I still think that if Obama can survive his current unpopularity, the health care bill could turn out to be a major step forward in the history of this country and a feather in the president's cap.
But battered Labour MPs, party workers and trade unionists do not forgive him for "chickening out" of a challenge 18 months ago when the PM's unpopularity was recognised as an election-loser.
Then I saw a picture of Pappa Ratzinger and it struck me his unpopularity among non-Catholic hoi polloi may be due to his looks.
Google said they do not remove content due to complaints or unpopularity, adding: "We will, however, remove pages from our results if we believe the page (or its site) violates our Webmaster Guidelines, if we believe we are required to do so by law, or at the request of the webmaster who is responsible for the page.