VISCA


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VISCAVideo System Control Architecture
VISCAVisayas State College of Agriculture (now Leyte State University)
VISCAVideo System Control Architecture (Apple Computer)
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The Boys Unseen, indeed, but Bosnia powered on regardless with Visca causing mayhem with two more crosses - the first Clark diverted into Darren Randolph's gut, the second which Keogh scrambled clear.
Visca was again the most influential player, testing Clark and then Richard Keogh with teasing crosses with Ibisevic ready to pounce on both occasions.
And Vedad Ibisevic shot first time at the near post from another of Visca's clever deliveries.
Paolo Visca, * ([dagger]) Andrea Petrucca, ([double dagger]) Patrizia De Mori, ([dagger]) Anna Festa, ([dagger]) Evangelo Boumis, ([dagger]) Andrea Antinori, ([dagger]) and Nicola Petrosillo ([dagger])
Hart stopped Visca scoring twice in a minute - the first time after Jeff Hendrick gave the ball away - before he thwarted his old Manchester City pal Gael Clichy.
BASAKSEHIR: Gunok, Junior Caicara, da Costa, Epureanu Clichy, Tekdemir, Emre, Visca, Kahveci (Jojic 58), Elia (Frei 84), Bajic (Napoleoni 89).
Begovic, Vranjes, Kolasinac, Spahic, Zukanovic; Cocalic (Besic 45), Medunjanin (Djuric 69); Visca, Pjanic, Lulic (Ibisevic 80); Dzeko.
Winger Edin Visca, the man who caused Ireland so many problems in Zenica, did so once again 13 minutes before the break when he worked his way to the byline and crossed, but Ciaran Clark's block diverted the ball back to the grateful Randolph.
His flank was targeted by the freerunning Edin Visca on Friday and, at home, Marc Wilson could fill in there as he did when brought on in Zenica.