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2 March 2009
GOOD DAYGutiIt was with a tear in the eye when La Liga Loca read Guti’s declaration of intent in regards to his footballing future.
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28 February 2009
Fellow Brazilian football fans, the Carnival's now over, which means the season can really start to get going.We’ve merely been warming up since January, since the beginning of the State Championships. And now that Ash Wednesday has been and gone we'll take a look at who’s hot and who’s not so far.
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27 February 2009
FFT.com’s Rob Burnett has sifted through the best and worst of the week’s action..
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27 February 2009
Saturday
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27 February 2009
How much blame should be apportioned to a) the club and b) Carlo Ancelotti in the spectacular decline of AC Milan from kings to paupers of European football is open to debate?But in the wake of the lame exit to Werder Bremen in the UEFA Cup, the majority of Rossoneri fans have laid the blame firmly with the suits and their failure in the transfer market to inject some much-needed youthful vigour.
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27 February 2009
Anarchy in the Champions League...
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27 February 2009
Town fan Nick Judd reflects on two refereeing displays that left little to be desired...
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26 February 2009
After the war memorial, I visited Stanley’s football pitch, which was occupied by grazing geese as big as Andy Reid.
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25 February 2009
So Jose Mourinho was proved wrong after all.
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25 February 2009
Tuesday wasn’t the greatest of days in the glorious, award-strewn life of La Liga Loca. It suffered the maddest of moments by tipping Atlético Madrid for the last four of Europe’s top competition. After an admittedly entertaining evening spent in the Vicente Calderón it now realises that the club has as much chance of experiencing a semi as Ever Banega in a power cut. For the above aberration, the blog is taking it on the chin, not offering up any excuses and looking ahead to the next game. But a feverish head-cold it is currently suffering must be thrown into the error-making equation. As Iñaki Díaz-Guerra pointed out in Wednesday’s AS in describing the previous night’s draw with Porto, “2-2 isn’t a great result for Atlético, it’s magnificent.”

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