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15 May 2013
This should be a good time to be Borussia Dortmund. It's just over a fortnight before their second-ever Champions League final, and football fans across Europe light up at the mention of the club's name. But the mood music around every neutral’s favourite club has a discordant undertone.
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15 May 2013
STATS ZONE OVER EUROPE: FourFourTwo's award-winning FREE app now also covers the top flights in Italy, Spain, France and Germany (as well as England, Champions League and Europa League). Paul Wilkes - editor of the laligauk.com - uses Stats Zone to analyse a player battling injury to make an impact in Spain... 
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14 May 2013
The soon to be former Manchester United manager shares his future plans with Back of the Net's John Foster...
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14 May 2013
Despite missing out on Champions League qualification to Tottenham the previous May, all the signs in summer 2010 pointed to a Premier League title challenge from Manchester City in the coming season. Steve Anglesey met City boss Roberto Mancini to see what made him tick... Portraits: Jill Jennings
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14 May 2013
Has the Spanish League become ridiculously easy to win? It says much that the Catalan press and Barcelona themselves have spent such a chunk of energy to justify why the weekend’s title win is still worthy of celebration.
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14 May 2013
Manchester City have summarily sacked Roberto Mancini. FourFourTwo.com Editor Gary Parkinson on the Greek tragedy of the Italian at the Etihad...
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13 May 2013
In November 2009, FourFourTwo featured an exclusive interview with Everton manager David Moyes. He told us about his route to the top, living with his dad, almost signing Michael Essien – and if he could succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
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13 May 2013
FourFourTwo.com's Spanish expert, Tim Stannard, rounds up the weekend's winners and losers from La Liga...
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13 May 2013
Want to play at Old Trafford? Of course you do. Even if you’re nonplussed about scoring a goal at the same ground that hosted the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Eric Cantona every other week – even if you’re a hardened Liverpool fan – it’s a tempting offer.
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13 May 2013
Massimiliano Allegri will not be making a beeline for Silvio Berlusconi’s office today to negotiate a new contract. More likely he will be contemplating a possible future away from AC Milan after his side failed to secure third place on Sunday evening.

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