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28 April 2008
GOOD DAY
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28 April 2008
Football lovers around the world, the group phase of Copa Libertadores – South America’s Champions League – is over, and the knockout phases begin in earnest tomorrow (Tuesday) at Lanus. So let’s preview the clashes in the ‘round of 16’ with the sharpest predictions you’ll find anywhere. Well, maybe...
SHARES
28 April 2008
He’s built more like a marathon runner than a footballer. He runs like a girl and pouts like one. He hasn’t the power in his legs to score from outside the penalty area. And when he isn’t diving around in the area he can usually be found in an offside position.
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25 April 2008
SATURDAY APRIL 26
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25 April 2008
Peronism. Argentina's dominant political movement is about as easy to understand as geothermal physics.
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25 April 2008
It hasn’t been the most relaxing week of my life, not that my workload mattered one bit to the former United player and European Cup winner Paddy Crerand.
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25 April 2008
Now that he’s back running the country, Silvio Berlusconi feels it is his duty to tell football how to get its house in order.
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24 April 2008
Blogs aren’t supposed to be confessions of ignorance. But this time, instead of trying to answer a question, I’m asking one in the hope that someone can enlighten me.
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24 April 2008
If the bored-witless Spanish viewers are to be tempted back to their TVs for the second Champions League helping of Liverpool vs Chelsea, they'll have to display the same kind of guts, determination and fearsome fortitude required when attempting to watch any kind of advert-infested film on the country's terrestrial television.
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23 April 2008
On May 11, as the Premier League draws to a doubtlessly dizzying denouement, there will be more than a few arses on show.

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