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2 February 2009
The floodlights were switched off at the Olympic Stadium in Turin soon after the final whistle on Saturday evening, and the lights have gone out on Juventus' title bid as well.
SHARES
30 January 2009
The strangely selective amnesia of Joe Kinnear...
SHARES
30 January 2009
SaturdayAthletic (10th) vs Málaga (7th)Imagine for one miserable moment that those scandalously high Telefonica bills were getting a little bit too much for you.
SHARES
29 January 2009
La Liga Loca can’t honestly remember what film it was in now (although it’s got a funny feeling it was Speed, conjuring up once again images of Sandra Bullock’s smooth, dark leg pumping away at that accelerator, grrr!)
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29 January 2009
The new Bruce Springsteen album has just been released to great fanfare in Italy, where he is something of an iconic figure.Adriano Galliani must have been singing along in the car to the title track.When asked for the umpteenth time if David “Gentleman” Beckham would remain at AC Milan, the club’s chief executive nearly broke into song as he misquoted the Boss. “We are working on the dream,” belted out the wannabe rocker, no doubt wishing he could tear off his shirt sleeves and lead the gathered press in a rousing sing-along. “David is a man of honour but we are hoping for a miracle.”
SHARES
29 January 2009
A mate recently put an advert up on a supermarket notice board.
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29 January 2009
“President Florentino” boasted Marca’s headline on Tuesday as it detailed a poll commissioned by the paper that made the Bernabeu bottler the most popular candidate for members with a 62.9 percent of the vote. “The Real Madrid members have made it clear who their favourite president is,” declared the daily’s editorial. “If he decides to stand then he will have no opposition,” said, Marca’s director, Eduardo Inda on Wednesday night. La Liga Loca has a forceful, firm message to Mr Inda:
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28 January 2009
If you have a high tolerance for flamenco-based sonic torture and incomprehensible accents, then a spell in the city of Seville is the most fun you can have aside from a date with Deportivo.Unless you happen to be managing the city’s two main football clubs, that is. Or José Antonio Reyes. But more on that woeful winger later. Ever since Spain’s second choice Sergios, Paco Chaparro of Betis and Manolo Jiménez, were appointed to their prestigious posts last season, both have been as safe and secure as a lamp chop in Maniche’s larder.Both trainers were in charge of the respective club’s B teams - although La Liga Loca suspects the cheap-as-chips Chaparro was actually found wandering around his local Poundland and given the job - and both replaced bigger name coaches that were either sacked or buggered off to Spurs.

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