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29 May 2010
Watching France train in the alpine resort of Tignes over the last week was a little like discovering a sequel to `90s classic Cool Runnings. At times it was farcical, partly because seeing a group of footballers on ski lifts and then crashing buggies just weeks before the World Cup was refreshingly reckless.
SHARES
29 May 2010
Southampton vs Norwich - that’s what I predicted for the League One play-off final at the start of the season.
SHARES
28 May 2010
There’s a refreshing lack of pretension about Denmark’s preparation for this World Cup. One of the last things the squad did on home soil was go back to the clubs where their careers had started to press the flesh and sign autographs for kids.
SHARES
28 May 2010
The biggest and most important news story in Spain this week comes from Marca, who have discovered something that may ultimately cost the Spain side any chance of World Cup glory this summer.
SHARES
28 May 2010
Curiously, football managers are often defined more by the quirks they display on the touchline than the titles they win on the pitch.
SHARES
28 May 2010
Swindon Town fan Nick Judd runs through some of the match-ups likely to decide Saturday's Wembley showpiece
SHARES
27 May 2010
Whack! Splat! Boom! Nick Moore revels in the finest strikes of USA 94...
SHARES
27 May 2010
The managing director of the company which distributes Manchester United fanzine United We Stand to newsagents across Britain and Ireland is normally chirpy on the phone. This time his tone was different.
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27 May 2010
Jonathan Wilson runs down the sensational schemers, stoppers and strikers of a star-studded World Cup...
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27 May 2010
One of the many theories being bandied about by Madridista Mulder types is that Florentino Pérez will be standing behind José Mourinho as he writes his team sheets next season, clearing his throat in a very aggressive manner indeed should he see the words “Karim Benzema” under the heading “substitutes”.

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