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8 November 2010
North America's frequently bizarre top flight is oscillating its way towards its conclusion. Zac Lee Rigg shakes his head gently
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8 November 2010
There was something in the air ahead of the Rome derby, and it wasn’t Olympia the eagle, which had been grounded due to fears for the poor feathered soul’s wellbeing.
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8 November 2010
Table-toppers Chelsea’s visit to Anfield against the slowly improving Liverpool saw Blues skipper John Terry performing his annual assault on Fernando Torres.
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8 November 2010
The weekend's Premier League goodies and baddies...
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5 November 2010
Although it's been largely drowned out by the clatter of Clattenburg's clanger, there's been a rather more interesting refereeing controversy north of the border, as Craig Anderson reveals...
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5 November 2010
After Zenit St Petersburg’s recent wobble, normal service was resumed at the top of the Russian Premier League with their 3-0 win over Alania Vladikavkaz at the Petrovsky Stadium last weekend.
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5 November 2010
As the football world goes Bale-barmy, Richard Edwards speaks to the former head of Sports Science at Southampton to find out whether the Spurs superstarlet was always destined for greatness
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5 November 2010
What would you think if, as a player, you looked to your own fans only to see them jumping up and down, making noise, with their backs turned in unison?
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5 November 2010
The omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent former coach of Porto Jose Mourinho called the match ‘title decider’. Current manager Andre Villas-Boas nixed the idea. Pundits argue both ways, as pundits invariably do. So, let’s clarify one thing: can the match between FC Porto and Benfica at Estadio do Dragao on Sunday decide the title? Yes. Definitely.

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