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15 November 2008
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14 November 2008
If life is like a box of chocolates, then football is like an aircraft hanger full of chocolate-coated random number generators - frankly, nobody has a sodding clue what’s going to happen next.
SHARES
14 November 2008
It's derby weekend in the capital and anyone hoping for all manner of dastardly goings-on is set to be left disappointed.While the players will be expected to get stuck into each other, on the terraces at the Stadio Olimpico peace and harmony is set to break out.Outdoing the opposition in the stands is as much part of derby day in Rome as it is on the pitch and the opposing sets of fans will go to extraordinary lengths to keep their pre-game choreography under wraps.However, what we won’t witness are... ultras on the pitch calling a halt to proceedings, a player making a fascist salute or racist banners being unfurled behind one of the goals – unsavoury features overshadowing previous encounters.Passions will instead be directed towards remembering Gabriele Sandri, a year on from when the Lazio fan was killed en-route to a game in Milan against Inter.
SHARES
13 November 2008
Greetings from the press box at Camp Nou.
SHARES
13 November 2008
Antonio Cassano is known as a fantasista in Italian football parlance.The player whose skill and all round game are so valued that he is allowed to roam free wherever he feels.The term also means someone who embellishes his life with tall tales in order to make himself more interesting or exciting.Well, Cassano has certainly been on a few flights of fantasy in his autobiography entitled “Vi Dico Tutto” (I’ll Tell You Everything).“I’ve slept with between 600 and 700 women,” he boasts, although that's a pretty low figure going by the claims of most Italian males. “At least 20 of them have been involved in the world of show business.”
SHARES
13 November 2008
Fan Nick Judd reflects on what has been a costly week for the Robins on the road...  
SHARES
13 November 2008
Anyone who's watched young siblings fight will know that when there's a squabble, nobody wins.

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