Steve Cook


Steve Cook was born in Boise, ID on December 10th, 1984 and is the Model. At the age of 38, Steve Cook biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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December 10, 1984
United States
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Boise, ID
38 years old
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West Ham 1-1 Tottenham: London derby finishes all-square as Tomas Soucek rescues point, August 31, 2022
MATT BARLOW AT THE LONDON STADIUM. So, here was a London derby for the realists. West Ham, not nearly as bad as their early results might have suggested. Tottenham, not quite the finished article. Which is what the two managers have been saying. Antonio Conte told Spurs fans to dream after their impressive start to the season while warning about the long road ahead, and talking about room for improvement. David Moyes has spoken of an exciting future for the Hammers after a busy summer in the transfer market. Some of his new signings were on display but it was one of his old warriors Tomas Soucek who earned a point for the home team after they slipped behind to a first-half own goal scorer by Thilo Kehrer. West Ham were the better team for large parts of the contest, finding their rhythm in the second half and were pushing hard for a winner as it ticked through closing stages which became increasingly fraught.

Steven Gerrard under pressure, West Ham vs Spurs and Alexander Isak's debut: 10 things to look for, August 30, 2022
A blockbuster Premier League weekend saw Liverpool hit nine against Bournemouth, Manchester City and Arsenal pull off stunning comebacks and United continue their resurgence under Erik ten Hag - and now we're set to go again just days later. Fans are being treated to another 10 matches in midweek from Tuesday until Thursday, with the games coming thick and fast during a shake-up of the fixtures ahead of this year's World Cup in Qatar. Sportsmail has outlined 10 things you should be looking out for during this week's midweek fixtures, including Steven Gerrard (left) under pressure, a potential Newcastle debut for Alexander Isak (inset) and a tasty London derby between West Ham and Totteham (Declan Rice and Harry Kane, right).

Harry Kane has Wayne Rooney in his sights after brace at Nottingham Forest, August 28, 2022
ADAM SHERGOLD AT THE CITY GROUND: The England captain scored twice as Tottenham won 2-0 at Nottingham Forest to continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season. He also saw a second-half penalty saved by Dean Henderson after Steve Cook handled. Shearer scored 260 times in the competition for Blackburn and Newcastle, while Rooney's 208 goals is now Kane's next target.