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But how far afield should you go?
(NBC Today, )

Of course there are the likes of Gary Neville or Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink managing big clubs in famous places - but who are the men who have gone further afield?
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

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Don't go too far afield.

Better afield with the birds than hanging on lords.
(Dutch proverb)

I shall be breakfasted before you are afield. In short, I shall astonish you all.
(Thomas Hardy in Far From the Madding Crowd)

How about taking some inspiration from further afield.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

But no puck stopper has roamed as far afield as Glen Hanlon.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )

Or you can venture further afield to budget destinations in Asia.
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Joel Selwood was best afield in Geelong's 32-point win over Sydney.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

They will be thankful for this much further afield than Old Trafford.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

There's also a rooftop pool and bicycles for exploring further afield.
(The Independent - Travel, )

But to get a happy story about mortgages you have to travel further afield.
(The Vancouver Sun - Entertainment/Arts, )

Put the winter tires to good use and head further afield for winter long weekends.
(The Vancouver Sun - Travel, )

Tropospheric ozone is generated from precursor pollutants, but can be blown far afield.
(Nature Geoscience, )

They grew up closest to home and made a very good name for this place much further afield.
(Scott Russell in CBC Sports, )

It includes some familiar favourites as well as more exotic offerings from further afield.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

But some investors are looking further afield, buying and selling shares around the globe.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

As we well know, ISIS is recruiting angry young men as far afield as Minneapolis and London.
(CNN - World News, )

Baltic country takes refuse from as far afield as Ireland to generate power round-the-clock.
(BBC News - World News, )

As Ukraine's troubles continue, the effects are being felt in the country and further afield.
(ZDNet - Just News, )

More people are travelling by air and venturing farther afield to explore new overseas destinations.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Locals flock; visitors from further afield return again and again: it clearly has a winning formula.
([email protected] (Harriet O'Brien) in The Telegraph - Travel, )

Businesses far afield from Google's Internet products have been spun off and wrapped inside of Alphabet.
(Tech Times - Biz Tech, )

Scientists race to determine origin of Bangladesh outbreak, which they warn could spread farther afield.
(Nature, )

Dane Swan was best afield as Collingwood broke their six-game losing streak with a scrappy win over Carlton.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

After a trying couple of weeks, Hawthorn captain Luke Hodge was best afield in the semi-final win over Adelaide.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

As ebola sweeps across West Africa, the economic repercussions of the deadly virus are being felt further afield.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

The story's author and editors steered far afield of skepticism about college campuses as predatory environments.
(USA Today - Money, )

Hawthorn star Cyril Rioli kicked four goals in the third term and was best afield in the big victory over Richmond.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The London Mayor said the UK must distance itself from Europe and seek a 'wider destiny for our country' further afield.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Melbourne Victory captain Mark Milligan was voted best afield in the A-League grand final, winning the Joe Marston medal.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Londoners are cashing in on sky high prices in the capital's core and migrating out into Greater London or further afield.
(Anna White in The Telegraph - Finance, )

Properties which sit close to the sea fetch £25,000 on average more than those further afield, research by Savills has revealed.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

The catch is that protected areas are also at increasing risk of invasion by species that have been introduced from further afield.
(Science Daily - News, )

The Road to the Kentucky Derby gets a bit tougher this weekend with serious tests as far afield as Louisiana, California and Dubai.
(UPI - Sports News, )

The U.S. energy boom is curtailing the country's demand for imported oil, and Mexico's Pemex is being forced to look farther afield.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Best afield Paul Seedsman's 21 kicks have propelled the Magpies to their eighth Anzac Day AFL victory over Essendon in the past decade.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Nick Riewoldt overcame another calf muscle problem to be best afield with three goals and 13 marks in a scrappy MCG win over Melbourne.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

We targeted three companies for their best offer on a Valentine's break: a UK hotel stay; a European trip; and a holiday further afield.
(The Independent - Travel, )

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills has reached unusually far afield to find its new artistic director.
(Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )

The BBC's Lina Sinjab spoke to four Syrians living in the Lebanese capital Beirut who say they have no intention of going further afield.
(BBC News - World News, )

Perniciously low yields may drive investors further afield, but it isn't clear they should embrace markets behind the former iron curtain.
(CNBC, )

Hawthorn forward Cyril Rioli was the popular choice for North Smith Medallist as best afield in Saturday's grand final win over West Coast.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The Google executive chairman makes a big bet that is far afield from the frivolity of, say, a sports team investment like Steve Ballmer’s.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Tony Blair has been spotted using a top-of-the-range black and gold jet to fly to engagements as far afield as Bangkok, Sardinia and New York.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Sportsmail's Ian Ladyman and Craig Hope take a look at some of the more peculiar events from the World Cup in Brazil as well as further afield.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Canberra coach Ricky Stuart declared his NRL side the best afield against Melbourne on Sunday, despite losing -10 after leading at half-time.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The gangster, who was killed in 1993, once had an illegal zoo at his opulent ranch, but now the hippos left behind are venturing further afield.
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Not all crucial battles in World War One took place on the muddy fields of Europe - some were fought in little-known places much further afield.
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Tens of thousands of families now take their pets on holiday in Europe and further afield — largely thanks to relaxed rules and pet passports.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

With Chinese tourists venturing ever further afield, Chinese tycoon Huang Nubo is betting they'll start adding Scandinavia to their bucket lists.
(CNBC, )

Photo agency Magnum has compiled its favourite images from 2015 captured by photojournalists in locations as far afield as Iraq, Cuba and the Ukraine.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Lisbon’s Optimus Alive festival is fast becoming the alternative for Brits wanting to travel further afield for a cheap and sunny festival experience.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

The period drama, which returns to British screens in the autumn, is a huge success in the US and has been sold as far afield as Chile and the Philippines.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

EXCLUSIVE: The 52 cap midfielder has attracted interest from European heavyweights including Bayern Munich and PSG but there is also interest from further afield.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner—the names may seem far afield from what I and other Forbes contributors write about regularly.
(Forbes - Education, )

A new era of travel emerged in the early 20th Century, and these posters encouraged Britons to explore further afield - and even to take their Daily Mail with them!
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Forget Wave Season cruises and early spring-break bargains — if you’re looking for great travel deals this winter, you may want to look a little farther afield.
(NBC Today, )

An international partnership forged in the United States is bringing clean water to underprivileged communities in Haiti and Peru and further afield in Malawi, Africa.
(UPI - Energy Resources, )

It has already proved a hit in places as far afield as Dubai and Mexico City - and now Kidzania, the fun factory where children can try adult jobs, is lighting up London.
(Daily Mail - Travel, )

Since sturgeon fishing was banned in the Caspian Sea, Paris’s top purveyors of the delicacy have turned to producers from as far afield as California, Uruguay and China.
(The New York Times - Travel, )

A Chinese real-estate firm known for its big investments at home is casting its net much farther afield, becoming one of the most aggressive property buyers in California.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Pew Research shed some light on the real value of salaries in America's tech-hub, as well as further afield by analyzing weekly wages after an adjustment for cost-of-living.
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

A few years ago French pharmacy brands were the buzzword in beauty, now though, as we look ever further afield for the next fix, Korean products are the bandwagon to jump on.
(The Independent - Fashion, )

It’s a bold stab by a bunch of tech pioneers from the US, Denmark, Ghana and further afield at fighting government corruption and empowering people through legal ownership.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Comparing the cost of a handful of goods and services available in destinations across Europe and further afield, Tunisia comes out as one of the cheapest holiday destinations.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Alan John Miller, a former IT specialist who claims that he is Jesus Christ, has managed to attract disciples to his native Australia from as far afield as Britain and California.
(Daily Mail - News, )

From the wildlife reserves of southern Florida, through the verdant hills of Appalachia and as far afield as Hawaii and Alaska (pictured), a plethora of breathtaking sights await.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Teacher supply agencies are being forced to search as far afield as Canada and Singapore to plug school staffing gaps as a result of a shortage of fully trained recruits in the UK.
(The Independent - Education, )

But when our next-door neighbour’s son failed to get in because they were about two-and-a-half yards outside the catchment area, we realised we might have to look further afield.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

After the propulsive, violent, playful, and darkly strange comic adventure of his lauded picaresque Western The Sisters Brothers, Patrick deWitt has opted to journey further afield.
(The Vancouver Sun - Entertainment/Arts, )

First-time buyers have been forced to consider new ways of getting onto the property ladder in recent years and a new report claims many would move further afield - and even overseas.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Luis Suarez's latest shenanigans have won him the scorn and disgust of almost the entire footballing world, but now it appears he has earned himself opprobrium from much further afield.
(The Independent - Football, )

That's the reason he signed on for Alison Krauss to produce his 2006 album, "Like Red on a Rose," one of his strongest collections, but one that veered far afield from traditional bluegrass.
(Randy Lewis in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

The move is driven by the European Central Bank’s bond-buying program, which has pushed government-bond prices sharply higher, forcing investors to look further afield for a steady income.
(The Wall Street Journal - Markets News, )

Produce sold in the UK under fictional names such as 'Nightingale Farms' or 'Rosedene Farms' might sound home-grown but in fact could come from as far afield as Morocco, Senegal or Honduras.
(Daily Mail - News, )

The Metropolitan Police could struggle to mobilise during a terror attack because so many officers live outside of London – with some as far afield as Cornwall and even the South of France.
(Daily Mail - News, )

While the Shenzen-based Xiaomi is still predominantly a Chinese manufacturer with sales in adjoining countries, it has built up both a romance and a notoriety in those watching the company from further afield.
(Forbes - Technology, )

The gases used to knock out surgery patients are accumulating in the Earth's atmosphere, where they make a small contribution to climate change, report scientists who have detected the compounds as far afield as Antarctica.
(Science Daily - News, )

The piece is by Dirk Chatelain, who earlier chronicled how the declining supply of Great Plains talent helped explain in part why the University of Nebraska's recruiting classes were coming from farther afield (that has nifty graphics, too).
(Forbes - Business, )

By venturing as far afield as the north-west city of Urumqi on his trip to China this week, George Osborne hopes that Chinese dignitaries jetting into London next month will follow his lead and venture off the track normally beaten on state visits.
(The Independent - Business, )

Just days after reading the Vatican’s spoilt and decadent bureaucrats the riot act, Pope Francis has switched his attention further afield and is turning his fire on the Catholic priests who bore – or even repel – the flock with turgid sermons.
(The Independent - World News, )

Since their two-year sojourn in Herat in the 1970s, they have produced a steady stream of CDs, books, and articles, tracking the lives of musicians first within Afghan borders, then further afield when making music in that war-torn land became a seriously dangerous thing to do.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

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