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3 September 2012
The Geordie striker has already blossomed at West Ham. Back of the Net's Paul Watson explains why...
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3 September 2012
A look across the English leagues for the Saturday and Sunday sufferers, with Simon Carter...
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3 September 2012
RESULTS Sat 1 Sept Bologna 1-3 AC Milan, Torino 3-0 Pescara Sun 2 Sept Cagliari 1-1 Atalanta, Catania 3-2 Genoa, Inter 1-3 AS Roma, Lazio 3-0 Palermo, Napoli 2-1 Fiorentina, Parma 2-0 Chievo, Sampdoria 2-1 Siena, Udinese 1-4 Juventus.
1 September 2012
"Cole and Gazza ain't gonna come near me, man! I'm the world number one footballer-slash-rapper"
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31 August 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses FourFourTwo's StatsZone app – now FREE – to applaud the most eyebrow-raising signing of the summer...
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31 August 2012
SATURDAYCelta Vigo (18th) v Osasuna (19th) – 16.00 local timePity poor Celta Vigo, a side that everyone is just tickled pink about on their return to la Primera. Unfortunately, the team are finding their new world a rather difficult dimension to get used to. “It’s a lot harder to get started than I imagined,” sighed club captain Borja Oubiña. “It’s not easy to play against sides in la Primera, as teams don’t give you the ball,” lamented the midfielder whose troubles will probably be over once the Atlético Madrid back four return to usual form and come to town.
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30 August 2012
Paul Lambert’s task as Aston Villa boss is to convert a club with an outdated British philosophy into one instilled with a modern style of passing and possession, writes Alex Keble, editor of tactics website thechalkboard.org.uk
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30 August 2012
The West London club are busily trying to overhaul their overhauled squad before the close of the transfer window, as Back of the Net's John Foster explains...
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29 August 2012
The North Londoners are having difficulty hitting the target since the loss of the Dutchman, Back of the Net's John Foster explains exactly why...
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29 August 2012
“Er, hang on, this isn’t what Cristiano Ronaldo got,” must have been the thought passing through somewhere behind Luka Modric’s floppy-fringe as the midfielder trotted out onto the Santiago Bernabeu pitch on Monday afternoon. Heck, even Julian Faubert got to meet a rightfully-puzzled Alfredo di Stefano.

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