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31 October 2008
SaturdayMálaga (6th) vs Barcelona (2nd)You’d have thought that Barcelona’s weasley, measly 1-0 away win at Brit-packed Benidorm in the Copa del Rey might have raised an eyebrow or two of concern in the Pep-crazy Catalan press. Well, if you hadn’t spent years suffering their droning drivel, perhaps.Instead, it’s hats off to Mundo Deportivo’s Miguel Rico, who has spun a superb story by linking Villarreal’s 5-0 pummelling by Poli Ejido to say such a thing could never happen to Barcelona these days. “Barcelona have learned the lesson that they must keep doing what they are doing in every match,” said an ever-so-slightly smug Rico. Well, Barcelona are going to have to do again, what they keep doing and have been doing, against Málaga on Saturday night. The southern seasiders are fresh from four wins in a row and have a bold new game plan to stop Pep’s Dream Boys in their tracks. “We’ll sweat until we drop,” revealed midfielder Miguel Angel Lozano, leaving the blog with the image of what happens when Maniche attempts a flight of stairs.LLL Prediction - DrawAthletic Bilbao (19th) vs Villarreal (4th)For the first few days of the week, the angriest man in Christendom was probably Andrew Sachs. “60 years in the frickin’ business and all I’m frickin’ famous for is a frickin’ Spanish frickin’ waiter,” he must have been yelling whilst tales of his granddaughter’s grinding dominated Britain’s brainless media outlets.
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31 October 2008
Another exciting and hectic week awaits.
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30 October 2008
It never rains but it pours.AS Roma’s damp squib of a season continued to float down the swanny on Wednesday evening.A monsoon hit the Eternal City just before kick-off against Sampdoria and after a few minutes of splashing around out on the pitch, the game was called off.
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29 October 2008
For a few soiling seconds on Tuesday evening, La Liga Loca had the experience of how it must feel to be a Manchester United fan. And what a very disturbing moment it was, too. That needed much scrubbing.
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29 October 2008
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28 October 2008
The one factor that unites Real Madrid, Athletic Bilbao and Barcelona - aside from notoriously touchy fans - is their presidential system of management.
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27 October 2008
I once went out with a girl who lived in Hull, as did a mate of mine – a different girl obviously as we’re not from Burnley.
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27 October 2008
Fan Nick Judd considers Spurs' managerial merry-go-round a stark reminder of the differences between the haves and have-nots... 

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