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4 August 2008
"Hey you! Yeah, you! You with the girl's name! Wuss!" La Liga Loca has started the day with a couple of shandies and is feeling feisty. "Yellow belly! Cowardy Custard! Bottler!" The blog has spotted Joan Laporta - well, an imaginary version of him - and is giving the Barcelona president a piece of its tiny mind. The man with the emotional control of an overtired eight year old has shown himself to be the biggest of girl's blouses with his ongoing battle with The Man to bring Leo Messi back from the Olympic games.
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4 August 2008
If you don’t ask then you don’t get…
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4 August 2008
Never let it be said that Real Madrid’s pom-pom donning, axe-wielding cheerleaders-turned-hatchet-men Marca and AS don’t put in the leg-work in their pursuit of a story (and for “story” read “party line”)  This week they’ve been in Manchester and London chasing this Cristiano Ronaldo thingymijig.
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1 August 2008
It’s not much fun being Dejan Stankovic at the moment; well it can’t have been fun for some time in fact.
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1 August 2008
Atlético Madrid have had it up to here with being everyone's footballing butt monkeys.
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1 August 2008
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1 August 2008
Did you feel that slight breeze at around 2pm yesterday?
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31 July 2008
For those La Liga Loca regulars who had "two weeks" in the blog's "how soon into the pre-season will Bernd Schuster blow his stack" sweepstake, then congratulations, you now possess riches beyond your wildest dreams.
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31 July 2008
What is Chelsea? A simple question with many answers.
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30 July 2008
After what feels like decades of speculation from Sport and Mundo Deportivo concerning Mad Sammy Eto'o being replaced by Adebayor / Berbatov / Zlatan / Chipper from Operación Triunfo it seems that, like Fernando Gago taking a shot, both papers may have been some way off the mark. Barça are slowly starting to spin the line that they are chuffed to bits with the pre-season performances of the Cameroonian striker and his all round sprightly attitude - not that La Liga Loca thinks there was anything wrong with it in the first place, aside from Eto'o being a bit of a grumpy pants on the odd occasion. On Monday, Andrés Iniesta was the third major player to offer a friendly word of support to his formerly departing colleague by commenting that "I hope Eto'o stays with us."

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