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SHARES
19 March 2010
It’s been a quiet week, with just the usual stories cropping up: one team deducted points for the first time in Premier League history; another creating European history; a manager being sacked; the manager being replaced; and two hit-and-runs by former or current England captains, one with a car and one with an elbow.
SHARES
19 March 2010
There was quite a little Italy reunion in the stands at Craven Cottage last night.
SHARES
18 March 2010
In theory there are no tactics when you play Sunday league football, or five-a-side, or any type of football that involves normal men for whom the basic nuts and bolts of being able to run and kick and occasionally even head a football are usually enough.
SHARES
18 March 2010
Everyone is saying the bookies are having all the luck this week at Cheltenham but all I can say is that it’s only half-time, there’s two more days to go and some big horses still to run. So plenty to play for...
SHARES
18 March 2010
Alive & Kicking's 250,000th ball continues its journey with the Spirit of Football to the World Cup opening ceremony in Johannesburg.
SHARES
17 March 2010
Fortunately for Manolo Jiménez, La Liga Loca’s opinion holds very little sway with Sevilla’s big-wigs - or the big-wigs of any organisation you care to name - so the blog’s urgings for time to be called on their trainer’s tenure probably went unheard.
SHARES
17 March 2010
And then there were two. Porto, Sporting and Benfica continued their European journey last week, but it was end of the line for the Dragons who were unable to hold to their narrow 2-1 lead against Arsenal.
SHARES
17 March 2010
It's all happening in the new FourFourTwo – along with a healthy dollop of football beyond the Premiership...

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