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10 October 2014
With Roy Keane's new autobiography 'The Second Half' making waves in a slow news week, FFT's James Maw ponders why the former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder is such a miserable chap...
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10 October 2014
They're beaten, toyed with and seemingly humiliated on a yearly basis, but the whipping boys of European Championship qualifying aren't in the mood to give up, as Richard Edwards discovers...
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8 October 2014
Twenty years ago Palmeiras were obliterating all around them with an all-star team bankrolled by an Italian company. Now in their centenary year, writes Luke Ginnell, the Verdão are in danger of being relegated from Brazil's top division...
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7 October 2014
Nick Harper looks back at some of the shortest managerial reigns (or 'quickest sackings', if you're feeling cruel) in the history of English (and Welsh) football...
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7 October 2014
Tim Stannard rounds up the big stories from the seventh round of La Liga action – including a goal you really should see...
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7 October 2014
The current England skipper is closing in on Sir Bobby's goal tallies for both club and country – but which player's achievements are most impressive for England? Matt Allen investigates...
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6 October 2014
Kids are on their way to Wembley, to play...
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5 October 2014
Promoting from within thanks to a brilliantly-run academy, Southampton are the model for most clubs in the Premier League - and, as Arthur Renard explains, Dutch boss Ronald Koeman couldn't be more at home with the ethos... 
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4 October 2014
With Cesc Fabregas set for an emotional reunion with his former club this weekend, Michael Cox explains why the Gunners were right to spend their summer transfer kitty elsewhere...
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3 October 2014
The Saints' right-back can’t wait to become a true England player, Back of the Net reveals...

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