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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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1 June 2010
After a day of leaked 'news' stories about the England squad, FourFourTwo.com editor Gary Parkinson wonders whether we don't all get what we deserve. No, not you, Theo...
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1 June 2010
Four years ago Vikash Dhorasoo went to Germany as a member of France’s World Cup squad armed with a pair of football boots and a Super-8 camera given to him by his friend, the film-maker Fred Poulet.
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1 June 2010
Diehard Brighton fan and FFT blogger Frankie Alunga finds himself wanting Palace to thrive...
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31 May 2010
The first clue the blog had that The Special One had entered the room was the cacophonous click of cameras and cries of ‘hijo de puta’ from the 15 strong flashmob of cameramen jostling and jarring to get the best shot of Madrid’s latest manager leaning back into his chair in the Bernabeu press centre.
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29 May 2010
Watching France train in the alpine resort of Tignes over the last week was a little like discovering a sequel to `90s classic Cool Runnings. At times it was farcical, partly because seeing a group of footballers on ski lifts and then crashing buggies just weeks before the World Cup was refreshingly reckless.
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29 May 2010
Southampton vs Norwich - that’s what I predicted for the League One play-off final at the start of the season.
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28 May 2010
There’s a refreshing lack of pretension about Denmark’s preparation for this World Cup. One of the last things the squad did on home soil was go back to the clubs where their careers had started to press the flesh and sign autographs for kids.

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