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1 January 2011
"I'd love my own radio show, although I think I'd need a six-hour slot, daily!"
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31 December 2010
Our very own Tim Stannard runs through some of the more questionable quotations from the last 12 months of Spanish football...
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30 December 2010
If Sid Lowe can do it, why can’t I? The esteemed interpreter of Spanish football gives out the Sids at the end of every season, so I’m going to dish out the Simmos as I review a year in which football spectacularly lost the plot.
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30 December 2010
Most of us would have been content with an iPad for Christmas, but not Massimo Moratti. The Inter president would only be really happy with a new coach - and one who would cause Silvio Berlusconi the greatest amount of discomfort to boot.
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29 December 2010
The transfer window is upon us but not even the best wheeler-dealer could get you the world's 100 best players for under a fiver. No, for that sort of bargain, you'll have to get the new issue of FourFourTwo... Subscribe now!
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22 December 2010
RESULTS Fri Dec 17 Braga 5-0 Academica Sat Dec 18 Beira-Mar 3-2 Vitoria Guimaraes, Benfica 5-2 Rio Ave Sun Dec 19 Pacos Ferreira 0-3 FC Porto, Olhanense 0-0 Nacional, Naval 0-3 Uniao de Leiria, Maritimo 1-1 Portimonense Mon Dec 20 Vitoria Setubal 0-3 Sporting
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22 December 2010
The first question put to Aitor Karanka by journalists on Tuesday was one of an existential bent: “why are you here?”
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21 December 2010
Last season was a somewhat testing time for Watford fans. Memories of their brief stint in the Premier League in 2006-07 were fading, Brendan Rogers had left the club for Reading and the club's financial health was deteriorating rapidly.
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21 December 2010
And there was La Liga Loca thinking, as it skipped out of the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday with the clock about to strike midnight, that things were more or less done and dusted until after Christmas.
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20 December 2010
The flip side of the short league format in Argentina providing two champions a year is, of course, two extended periods of mourning. No competitive football, only interminable rumours, friendlies, marketing exercises and the like. This is compounded by Fútbol Para Todos, where the fixtures are played back to back, often making the weekend run from Friday night to Tuesday.

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