Jorge Costa Birthday, Date of Birth

Jorge Paulo Costa Almeida (born 14 October 1971), known as Costa, is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a central defender, currently a manager.

Nicknamed Bicho (animal) and Tanque (tank) by his colleagues and fans for his aggressive and physical playing style, he spent most of his professional career with Porto, being team captain for several seasons and winning a total of 24 major titles, notably eight Primeira Liga championships and the 2004 Champions League.

Having earned 50 caps for Portugal, Costa represented the nation at one World Cup and one European Championship. After retiring, he worked as a manager for several clubs as well as the Gabon national team.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, October 14, 1971
Place of Birth
Porto
Age
50
Star Sign

The October 14, 1971 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 286 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 50 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, October 14, 2021, 11 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, October 14, 2022, in 353 days. You have lived for 18,274 days, or about 438,599 hours, or about 26,315,990 minutes, or about 1,578,959,415 seconds.

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14th of October 1971 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 14, 1971

ELLSBERG INQUIRY PRESSED IN BOSTON; U.S. Grand Jury Expected to Return Indictments

Date: 14 October 1971

By NICHOLAS GAGESpecial to The New York Times

Boston jury reptdly is close to returning indictments; main targets reptdly are Ellsberg and NY Times reporter N Sheehan, whose investigative reptg led to Times Pentagon study series; witnesses questioned on whether they ever saw Sheehan and his wife in Boston area; FBI also questions some Cambridge, Mass, residents on Sheehan; probe made by Boston jury because Govt believes transmission of papers to press took place in Boston area; D R Nissen replaces P C Vincent as Govt atty in case; directs both Boston and Los Angeles probes of case; W Reese aids Nissen

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2 NEWSMEN BACK AGNEW'S ATTACKS; Tell Panel His Criticisms Are Sometimes Justified

Date: 14 October 1971

publisher H W Andersen and editor E W Reutzel Jr testify that Agnew has sometimes been right in his criticism of press, Sen (Ervin) subcom hearing; call on media to strive for responsibility with less complaint about Govt criticism; Andersen opposes Govt attempts to subpoena newsmen's unused notes but urges Cong to defer action on bill to outlaw subpoenas until Sup Ct decision is made on pending cases; does not believe Adm is trying to intimidate press; Reutzel says ideal relationship cannot exist between Govt and benefits are to be had from Govt criticism

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EX-KENNEDY AIDE CALLED BY INQUIRY; Gifford Is Due on Oct. 27 in Ellsberg Case

Date: 15 October 1971

By NICHOLAS GAGESpecial to The New York Times

K D Gifford, ex-legis asst to Sen E M Kennedy, subpoenaed to appear before Boston jury Oct 27; Gifford is friend of Ellsberg and Sheehan; Prof Popkin questioned by jury; reptdly answers some questions, is silent on others

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A Senator's Immunity

Date: 15 October 1971

By HENRY STEELE COMMAGER

Henry COMMAGER

H S Commager scores Nixon Adm for not dropping 'shabby prosecution' of Pentagon study issue after Adm's defeat in NY Times case; cites attack on Sen Gravel's immunity as attack on const privileges of Cong; Gravel had read and inserted the study into the record; cartoon

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CHURCH SUPPORTS FAIRNESS RULES; Rejects Weakening of Right to Airwaves by Public

Date: 14 October 1971

By JACK GOULD

Jack GOULD

United Church of Christ exec council rejects weakening of FCC fairness doctrine; exec dir Rev Dr C E Parker says doctrine is basic foundation of public confidence of fair handling of controversial issues

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In-Law Refuses to Testify

Date: 14 October 1971

Ellsberg's brother-in-law S Marks invokes Fifth Amendment and refuses to testify before Los Angeles jury

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AGNEW, IN TURKEY, SUPPORTS REFORM; Backs Erim Regime's Effort -- Improved Ties Seen

Date: 14 October 1971

By PETER GROSESpecial to The New York Times

Agnew ends official visit to Turkey; aides refuse to let reprs of NY Times, CBS and Voice of Amer attend his press confs; say only reporters from news orgns that paid to travel with his party from Washington will be permitted to attend confs

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Rollins, Ex-Reporter, Named Editor by Harlem Weekly

Date: 14 October 1971

B T Rollins to succeed J Walker as exec ed of NY Amsterdam News

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Journalism School to Honor Times, C.B.S., Mrs. Brown

Date: 15 October 1971

Southern Calif U School of Journalism awards to be given to NY Times and CBS for their defense of 1st Amendment, and to H G Brown (Cosmopolitan) for her presentation of controversial subjects of concern to women

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One Great Moment in U.S. Marketing

Date: 15 October 1971

By PHILIP H. DOUGHERTY

Philip DOUGHERTY

Ad News of NY names V Cardinale ed to succeed J Fitz-Morris

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