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21 December 2012
The England forward may have to alter his demands, reports Back of the Net's John Foster...
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21 December 2012
ZonalMarking.net editor Michael Cox uses FourFourTwo's StatsZone app – now FREE – to analyse how the in-form Norfolk side transformed their season...
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21 December 2012
Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol says the Anfield club must sign proven goalscorers if they are to have any chance of clinching a top four spot.
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21 December 2012
Back at his beloved Bournemouth, Eddie Howe is making waves on the South Coast, notes a besotted Thomas Bennett
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20 December 2012
On a football pitch blanketed with two inches of snow, one of Santa’s elves is attempting to score a goal with an extravagant bicycle kick. The uninitiated spectator might blame such a vision on a potent cocktail of football and festive fever – not to mention a little too much mulled wine – but their eyes are not deceiving them.
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20 December 2012
Seagulls stupidly sign seasoned shot-stopper, so says Sack...errrm...Back of the Net's Paul Watson...
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19 December 2012
In the end, Barcelona fans were only able to celebrate the news of the contract renewals of three pillars of the club - Leo Messi, Xavi Hernández and Carles Puyol - for 24 hours. “Eternal” read the front cover of Wednesday’s edition of Mundo Deportivo, alongside the faces of the three footballers; an indication of the joy this had brought to a club already buoyed by being top of la Liga, 13 points ahead of Real Madrid.
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19 December 2012
A product of its time, it has since dominated the discourse. Six minutes into a Saturday evening game against VVV Venlo, Groningen winger Leandro Bacuna is sent off – and everything comes to a head in a supercharged moment that says ‘enough is enough’. Some saw it as breaking through a glass ceiling, while others thought it trivialised one of the biggest issues in football.
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19 December 2012
It’s often said that two heads are better than one, but is this true of football management? Can two managers effectively occupy the same throne without bickering over everything from tactics to transfer targets? With Grimsby currently flying high under the prolific partnership of Rob Scott and Paul Hurst (see the January 2013 issue of FourFourTwo for more details), Will Taylor delves into the archives to decipher why this isn’t a more common occurrence in modern football.

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