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"We are a young, hungry squad that are looking to put our stamp down not just in the Premier League but European football as well."
He is a brilliant player, he is exciting and the authorities need to stamp down on it, whether that can happen now...
"You see enough situations where fans run on a pitch and I can understand fans' excitement, but there have been enough frightening things that have happened to players that we need to stamp down on it."
Jeremy Beecham, who led the city for 17 years and is now a Labour Lord, is part of an investigation into whether the law needs to be changed to stamp down on fraud, intimidation and racism.
Rights groups accuse Vietnam of stepping up its fight to stamp down on dissident in recent years, amid scrutiny from increasingly bold online critics.
The move came after Home Minister P Chidambaram vowed to stamp down heavily on those who carry fake Indian currency note and indulge in smuggling of drugs from across the border.
North Wales Police and community agencies are keen to stamp down on this and warned perpetrators will be prosecuted.
When is Middlesbrough Council going to stamp down on this type of behaviour?
However, the Government's own policies to stamp down on anti-social behaviour, and to help parents take better care of their children, do seem to result from similar concerns.
Mr Brown will also instruct whips to stamp down hard on opponents of legislation to allow human-animal hybrid embryos for medical research.
The Government introduced this tough penalty to stamp down on mobile phone use at the wheel and, as these latest figures indicate, it appears to be working.
A spokesman said: "Through our award-winning Safer Travel initiative, we have the ability to stamp down quickly on any abuse of our Conditions of Carriage.
Webster found Stamp down the right flank and the Englishman should have laid the ball on a plate for McKenna but his cross was weak, allowing Freddie Dindeleux to clear.
Warm-up games are warm-up games but this is an opportunity to put a stamp down as to where we are for the World Cup'."
"We are working alongside our partners including local councillors to stamp down on this issue."