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10 March 2010
There are still eight matches to go, but after a disappointing home draw against Olhanense it's fair to assume that Porto are out of the title race. It looks like for the first time since 2005, the Dragons won't be Portugal's league champions.
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10 March 2010
Racing Club de Avellaneda are the first club to win an Oscar. Well, their fans are. So says, ahem, Racing Club de Avellaneda’s website after El Secreto de sus Ojos won the best foreign-language film Oscar on Sunday night.
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10 March 2010
David Beckham returns to Old Trafford for the first time on Wednesday night with AC Milan and it's sure to be an emotional night for the former hero.
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"United are still in the Simon Cowell trousers..."
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10 March 2010
"Ladri, ladri, ladri" ["Thieves, thieves, thieves"], the Fiorentina fans forlornly chanted as the Bayern Munich players took their bow in front of their travelling support.
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10 March 2010
BLOGSWAP! Ahead of the Real Madrid vs Lyon game, FFT.com's La Liga Loca stalwart Tim Stannard explains why tonight's game could spell the end of a very expensive dream
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10 March 2010
BLOGSWAP! Ahead of the Real Madrid vs Lyon game, FFT.com's impressive new signing James Horncastle pops over from The French Connection to explain why both sides will go ionto the game extremely nervously...
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9 March 2010
How we’ve managed to sign a new deal the week before Cheltenham (the equivalent of Christmas for me) I’ll never know, but we’ve over the moon to have signed up with FourFourTwo.
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9 March 2010
Oh to be Landon Donovan. The most wanted American in England since David Bieber (and for much, much nicer reasons, though I'll admit to not having heard of him until he popped up in a Wiki search), our little Landycakes has finally made his bones in Europe, and is now the subject of a transcontinental tug of war over his services.
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9 March 2010
“There are players who’ve made their whole career on one match. There are players who do everything to make a splash on television and then it’s over. Afterwards they play but they live on their attainment.”Michel Platini’s frank remark, made in an interview with the French novelist Marguerite Duras in 1987, is a reminder of how things have changed for footballers.

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