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4 February 2011
The Barca ultras behind the goal sing their anti-Madrid songs. Hurling insults, they also wave a Stone Island flag, as if brandishing the logo of an Italian designer brand confirms their hooligan authenticity.
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3 February 2011
The last round of midweek games of this season was all about bruised egos and bloodied noses.
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3 February 2011
The walk back to the dressing room at the Stade Chaban-Delmas is said to be the longest in Europe, stretching for nearly 120m under the historic listed stands.
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3 February 2011
Dateline: 15 December 2010, London Colney training ground. Arsenal goalkeeper Lukas Fabianksi apparently takes unusual steps to avoid injury by dressing as Robocop.
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2 February 2011
The closing of the January transfer window is starting to be one of those great days in the football calendar, especially in Scotland after the fun and games of the last two years.
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2 February 2011
It would be fair to say that Wednesday’s Copa del Rey semi-final second legs throw up a wonderful win-win situation for anti-Madridistas in the Catalan capital, where LLL has learned through in depth investigations many are said to reside.
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2 February 2011
The hair, once jet black like a movie star’s, is silvery grey now. The famous ponytail is long gone - cut off in 1997. The most telling legacy of Roberto Baggio’s illustrious playing career is the pain in his knees. He likes to run to keep fit but “only in straight lines, every change of direction is a minor trauma.”
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2 February 2011
I’m going to break a handful of rules from the Idiot's Guide to Journalism and start this blog with a video.
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2 February 2011
It seems no-one does footballing heartbreak quite like the Socceroos. Following a long tradition of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, Australia missed out on their first major football trophy last weekend after losing the Asian Cup Final 1-0 to Japan in Doha.

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