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25 October 2010
The weekend's winners and losers, literally and figuratively...
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25 October 2010
Italians by and large are traditionalists and one sacred cow is of course Sunday lunch.
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25 October 2010
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22 October 2010
For any sports broadcaster partial to the odd bit of hyperbole here and there, two derbys on the same weekend usally means a barrage of swooshes, fancy graphics and sizzling promos revolving around the use of 'super'. This weekend in Argentina is a realisation of the wildest dreams of jumped-up, bronzed news presenters, salivating football fans and newsagents. Three (3) clásicos, a top of the table clash, potential league leaders versus one of the best sides in the country - it promises to be a super, super weekend…
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22 October 2010
What a week for Manchester United. There can’t have been too many times in the last 20 years when a Champions League game has seemed less significant at Old Trafford than the 1-0 win over Bursaspor, with Wayne Rooney and his PR men stating the player’s desire to leave the club just hours before kick-off.
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22 October 2010
Eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed something different about the matchball from Inter's Champions League clash with Spurs at the San Siro on Wednesday evening - and not just that it was heading directly for Gareth Bale's mantelpiece...
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22 October 2010
It was the third day of the group stages and, apart from Benfica’s slump at Lyon, it was a positive one for Portuguese football. Braga kept their dream of alive by claiming their first victory in the Champions League, while Sporting and Porto continued their relentless march towards the second phase of the Europa League with empathic wins that give them plenty of reasons to smile.
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22 October 2010
It was another hellish week for Italian clubs on the continent - one which makes you wonder if there's any point battling all season to qualify for Europe only to then embarrass yourself at nearly every turn.
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22 October 2010
Saturday
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22 October 2010
There was a time – and I don’t think I’m indulging in false, misty-eyed nostalgia here – when football used to happen on the pitch. And we all talked about goals, saves and mazy runs with the ball not contracts, agents and injunctions in the famous jurisdiction of Dallas.

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