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4 June 2010
Jonathan Wilson looks at the legends who lit up the World Cup...
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4 June 2010
José Mourinho has been and is about to be gone on his hols. Cesc is still at Arsenal. David Villa has finally left the Mestalla and Atlético won’t be following their annual manager-firing tradition, this summer. Not just yet, anyway.
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4 June 2010
Two Bastian Schweinsteiger penalties in the space of five second half minutes afforded Jogi Löw's German national team the opportunity to sign off their World Cup warm-ups with a win over Bosnia.
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4 June 2010
Sometimes, idly flicking through the satellite channels, you come across sun-kissed athletic bodies stretching lithely on some impeccably-manicured foreign turf.
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3 June 2010
With the England squad now safely settled on South African soil, the players are acclimatising to their new surroundings.
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3 June 2010
In his seven years as the King of Cataluyna, Joan Laporta has been very good for Barcelona.
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2 June 2010
Unsurprisingly, Italy will be at their most prudent when defending their World title.
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2 June 2010
If it's not one thing, it's another.
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2 June 2010
First Harry Potter, now the World Cup. Arsenal forward Theo Walcott’s England Under-21 commitments meant he missed out on a cameo role in Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix in the summer of 2006. A shock inclusion for England in 2006, a shock omission in 2010, young Gunners starlet Walcott still has time to make like a phoenix and resurrect his career.
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2 June 2010
The arrival of David Villa, the Primera Liga title and the World Cup finals are receiving less coverage than FC Barcelona’s upcoming presidential elections in the Catalan media at the moment.

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