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27 January 2012
And so, it seems, Russia’s great Love affair is finally over.Every CSKA Moscow fan knew this day was coming; the amicable divorce has been stretched out for some time, but after seven *ahem* eventful years in Russia, Vágner Love is at long last heading home to Brazil after Flamengo completed a €10 million deal with the Army Men for their mercurial striker earlier this week. It is the end of an era.
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27 January 2012
For a team that could just as easily be sitting at home watching on TV, they made a pretty good start.
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27 January 2012
ESPN's man with the mic Jon Champion looks ahead to the weekend's FA Cup fourth round action. Watch ESPN's FA Cup fourth round coverage with Watford vs Tottenham Hotspur on Friday at 7pm, Brighton Hove Albion vs Newcastle United on Saturday at 4.30pm and Arsenal vs Aston Villa on Sunday at 3pm
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26 January 2012
This year's FA Cup Third Round will be remembered for Swindon Town, Thierry Henry and a dramatic Manchester derby. With the holders Manchester City out of the competition, all eyes will be on Anfield on Saturday, as City's conquerors Manchester United continue their quest for silverware at Liverpool.
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26 January 2012
FourFourTwo.com's Primera pundit Tim Stannard presents the final part of his half-term report card...
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26 January 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the FREE Africa Cup of Nations version of Stats Zone to analise the action from the first few days of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations...
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25 January 2012
Jonathan Wilson continues his diary of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea...
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25 January 2012
Finalists last time, Ghana got off to a winning start against Botswana – and, notes Tom Legg, look to be adressing their critics
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25 January 2012
FourFourTwo.com's Spanish specialist Tim Stannard continues to run the rule over the first half of the 2011/12 season in the Primera Liga...
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25 January 2012
Earlier this week, Jonathan Fadugba picked out five excellent players at the Africa Cup of Nations who don't ply their trade in England… yet. Now Gareth McKnight selects another five – or six – to watch

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