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17 October 2008
Hello, good evening and welcome to our version of That Was The Week That Was. It’s been a great seven days for football dictators, Scolari and the new, statesmanlike Rio Ferdinand.
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17 October 2008
Saturday
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16 October 2008
FFT.com's Gregg Davies suffers more away-day misery
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16 October 2008
There’s trouble in paradise. All is not well at La Liga Loca’s little lovenest.
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15 October 2008
The fans want him out, the press want him out and the players apparently want him out, but Claudio Ranieri is nothing but a battler.The Juventus coach faces three games that will make or break his tenure in Turin.On Saturday, the Bianconeri are in the bear-pit of the San Paolo Stadium to face Napoli, then the following Wednesday it’s Real Madrid at home in the Champions League.The derby against Torino arrives the weekend after that, so no pressure then.
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15 October 2008
The Spanish press reaction to the roof caving in on poor old Atlético’s world - not that much of the Vicente Calderón has a roof, mind - could have appeared in one of three ways on Wednesday. a) a thoughtful investigation into why UEFA decided to take such dramatic action against Atlético and a discussion into the steps needed to ensure there is no repeat in the future.b) a hysterical bout of finger-pointing, conspiracy theory spreading and baseless, xenophobic attacks on the French.  c) a discussion on how wonderful on a scale of one to 10 Pep Guardiola / Messi / Barcelona are as a concept. Unsurprisingly, c) was the option chosen by the Catalan papers who are apparently oblivious and uninterested in the anxiety over at Atlético. Everywhere else, b) is the favoured approach. And then some.
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15 October 2008
I’m currently interviewing people for my next book, an as yet untitled tome about Manchester United in the 1990s which will be published next autumn.
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14 October 2008
Fan Nick Judd explains why Swindon's latest league defeat - for once - wasn't the main talking point of the weekend...

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