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6 August 2012
It's less than a decade since Monaco were Champions League finalists – but they're about to start their second successive season in France's second tier. Stuart Coleman reports on the fallen giants – and the familiar face hired to take them back up...
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4 August 2012
It feels like just yesterday that last season finished with defeat for Boca in the Copa Libertadores final, but Argieball is back and it’s better than ever (if you believe the AFA).
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3 August 2012
Real Madrid's players are currently in Los Angeles as part of the club's pre-season preparations. During a trip to UCLA, they bumped into a 6ft4 Brazilian mixed martial artist, so naturally goalkeeper Iker Casillas engaged in a spot of sparring, while Cristiano Ronaldo happily showed off his muscles.
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3 August 2012
Manchester City have been surprisingly quiet in this summer's transfer window. Alex Keble, editor of TheChalkboard.org.uk, ponders what improvements the Premier League champions can make...
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3 August 2012
The wait has felt long and strenuous: Euro 2012 ended in disaster and pre-season hasn’t exactly filled the void. But this weekend the Dutch season returns – hopefully, continuing where it left off.
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3 August 2012
A new man has arrived at Craven Cottage, and, as Back of the Net's John Foster reports, he has skills to pay the bills. Not that you could pay bills that way. Unless... 
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2 August 2012
Not too long ago, La Liga Loca chewed on the bold notion that those running the game in Spain were boosting its popularity around the world by introducing professional wrestling style shenanigans into the la Liga rulebook to liven things up a bit.
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2 August 2012
Under-fire Great Britain coach Stuart Pearce has insisted that it was a ‘sensible footballing decision’ for his squad to kill, cook and eat badminton partners Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier after a less than satisfactory evening meal in the Olympic Village.
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31 July 2012
What a mess. That’s the best description of Málaga at the moment. Heck, even themusually unflappable Manuel Pellegrini sounds thoroughly flapped, with the manager confessing during the club's tour in Venezuela that “these rumours are affecting us.”
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30 July 2012
Three years ago, FourFourTwo magazine predicted a 15-man Team GB squad for a faraway football tournament at the 2012 London Olympics. At the time, it was being suggested by some parties that the team should be made up only of English players, to which we said "Pah!" – and picked young players from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland as well.

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