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2 September 2008
Everton and Spurs have long been touted as the two teams most likely to eventually break up the quartopoly (if this isn’t a real word it should be) of Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, but have Man City overtaken them as the team most likely to usurp one of the big four this season and force one of them to suffer the ignominy of UEFA Cup football next term?
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2 September 2008
Fan Nick Judd keeps one eye on transfer deadline day with not half as much anticipation as his counterparts from Manchesters City or United...
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2 September 2008
If a week is a long time in politics, a day’s an eternity in football.
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2 September 2008
As the transfer window slammed shut promptly at 7pm on Monday evening, a grand total of €500million had made its way out of the coffers of the 20 Serie A sides.Needless to say, leading the way were money-bags Inter who took their spending spree for the summer to nearly €67m, topping it off with a bit of late shopping for Ricardo Quaresma.President Massimo Moratti had initially vetoed the move for the Porto winger after throwing a bit of a moody when Jose Mourinho could only muster up a 1-1 draw at Sampdoria, but that lasted all of a couple of hours as he was soon happily signing a cheque for around €24.6m.Mourinho had got his way once again and the arrival of the 24-year-old must now herald the end for Luis Figo’s days of trying to beat a man.
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2 September 2008
In the end 40 million had a rather pleasing symmetry to it.
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2 September 2008
What better way to spend a Monday than eagerly watching the likes of lovable Scottish ‘cheeky chappie’ Jim White and his fellow sports news presenters aimlessly stumble their way through a whole raft of tedious transfer rumours and tittle-tattle in?
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2 September 2008
I was at a party with Zinedine Zidane last week.
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1 September 2008
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1 September 2008
Boca Juniors, it could be argued, are moving into a new era.

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