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10 January 2011
Good Day
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7 January 2011
The Premier League table doesn’t look quite as promising for Blackpool as it did a week ago, but I bet there’s not a single Tangerines fan who would not have settled for 11th position at the half way point in the league. They have a few games in hand too.
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7 January 2011
Italian folklore has it that La Befana delivers gifts or coal on the eve of Epiphany to children, depending whether they have been good or bad.
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6 January 2011
December 21st 2008 – the once great Leeds United were marooned in mid-table in League One, the third tier of English football. They had lost five games on the spin, including an infamous defeat to non-league side Histon in the FA Cup second round, a run that saw manager and former club captain Gary McAllister fired.
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6 January 2011
The dangers of a mid-winter break have been laid bare in Italy: it allows players to swan off to warmer climes and there is a good chance they won’t come back.
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5 January 2011
And so Phil Parkinson becomes the latest casualty of the hotly contested Football League sack race. Despite guiding the Addicks to a play-off spot in League One at the halfway stage of the campaign, Parkinson was given his marching orders by Charlton chairman Michael Slater in the aftermath of the team’s dismal 4-2 home defeat to Swindon on Monday, the culmination of a dreary run of five without a win in the league.
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5 January 2011
This season has finally seen a shift away from one team’s dominance in the league and this is reflected by the Serie Aaaaargh! team of the campaign so far.
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5 January 2011
If Socceroos coach Holger Osieck’s squad selection is anything to go by, then Australia will be going all out for silverware in this month’s Asian Cup.
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5 January 2011
As we welcome 2011 and hope things on the pitch remain at least as exciting as last year, this is perhaps as good a time as any to have one last look at the best and worst of 2010.

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