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Pablo Escobar, Narcos
14 November 2016
Pablo Escobar may be one of history’s most infamous criminals, but he also had a soft spot for football. Here's the story of how his passion – and money – changed the face of Colombia's game
Jose Mourinho, Luke Shaw
14 November 2016
Manchester United boss clear where the buck stops, report Back of the Net
11 November 2016
New Star Soccer: you've heard of it and you've played it (right?) but you're struggling with those achievements. Read on for a list of feats which have been completed in real-life...
11 November 2016
Seb Stafford-Bloor was at St Marys to watch the Young Lions' 3-2 defeat of Italy, a game in which they demonstrated that progress is at least being made at youth level
10 November 2016
Times they are a changin', writes Alex Hess, who explains the remodelled role of the Premier League skipper with reference to other forms of leadership…
10 November 2016
The Gunners have gone 16 games unbeaten in all competitions, their best run of form since 2009. But are they really any closer to winning the title? Chas Newkey-Burden debates the issue… 
9 November 2016
Jose Mourinho's first title-winning Blues team was a mixture of Portuguese finesse, tricksy wingers and English steel as John Terry and Co. set a Premier League record for fewest goals conceded (15)…
8 November 2016
The Sunderland boss is belligerently ignoring his team’s first 10 games, Back of the Net can reveal…
8 November 2016
There's nothing quite like scoring a goal in football, so why do some players mark the occasion in such strange ways? Jake Conneely picks out a few of the oddest reactions to the ball hitting the net 

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