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known widely and usually unfavorably

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Which England cricket captain infamously said that the West Indian team would 'grovel' during their UK tour in 1976?
Sven-Goran Eriksson infamously made a whole team's worth of substitutions during the 3-1 defeat against Australia at Upton Park which saw Rooney claim his first cap, alongside other debutants Jermaine Jenas, Paul Konchesky, James Beattie and Francis Jeffers.
His old master paintings were infamously sold by his grandson to the Russian empress Catherine the Great in 1779, but descendants added to the collection.
The march was organised on the back of a very dark period observed through February in which 15 women were killed, infamously dubbed Black February.
The report mentioned that Katich did not play under current captain Michael Clarke, with whom he infamously had an altercation at the SCG after a day's play in 2009, and the cricketer said that he does not have any relationship with Clarke nowadays.
Teen Bride' Courtney Stodden and 'Green Mile' star Doug Hutchison, who is in his 50s, infamously tied the knot in May 2011 when she was just 16 after meeting in one of his acting workshops.
1997: Jacques Villeneuve was crowned Formula One world champion after Ferrari rival Michael Schumacher infamously crashed out while attempting to take the Canadian out of the European Grand Prix at Jerez.
The man infamously caught on police surveillance video stuffing wads of cash into his socks at a Montreal Mafia hangout downplayed his links to the Mob during his first day testifying at the inquiry into corruption in Quebec's construction industry.
Rapper Kanye West infamously stormed the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009 interrupting Taylor's moment.
Alice Cooper @ Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (October 24) * THAT said, we can't vouch for the safety of any chickens who fancy popping along to see Alice Cooper - he infamously once threw a live chicken into his audience, only for it to get ripped to shreds.
Back in 1999, Lee was infamously not handed a squad number during Ruud Gullit's controversial stint in charge.
Manchester City striker Tevez infamously refused to warm up in a Champions League tie at Bayern Munich.
During what became infamously known as the Batak Massacre, thousands of Bulgarians, including women and children, were killed by armed Ottoman forces in the wake of the failed 1876 April Uprising that aimed at Bulgaria's liberation from the Empire.
Developer Harry Macklowe, who was infamously forced to relinquish nearly his entire real estate empire after a bad $7 billion real estate bet at the height of the market, is getting back in the game.
We all gave to the black babies when were in school but we never thought they would come over 30 years later and thank us personally," he infamously said.