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9 September 2009
As a teenager banished to Kyiv by its parents, Never Mind the Bolsheviks often found itself in Shevchenko Park of a weekend, chasing women or getting into some other jolly jape.
SHARES
9 September 2009
The Spanish FA have announced that this season’s campaign to have as few people as possible watching the country’s football matches has been a “stunning success” and has exceeded all previous expectations.
SHARES
9 September 2009
Winds of change are starting to blow through Portugal after the national team failed to win against group leaders Denmark.
SHARES
8 September 2009
Travelling to the Gold Coast by train is a bit like watching cricket. It’s slow, boring and slightly pointless.I say this because I caught the train down from Brisbane to watch my former home-town team Sydney FC lose 2-1 to Gold Coast United in Round 5 action.As an ex-Sydney FC season-ticket holder I sniffed an upset, but it never eventuated thanks to a calm and composed display from the A-League’s new glamour club.“We simply didn’t get going very well,” claimed Sydney’s giant Swiss defender Stephan Keller on TV program The World Game the following day.
SHARES
8 September 2009
A fortnight ago and everything was smelling of peaches and Pimms in Atlético Madrid’s fragrant garden.
SHARES
8 September 2009
The week that was for your roving reporter:
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7 September 2009
Like binge-drinking and grumbling about the weather, Spain has taken up another fine English hobby in recent weeks - big-club paranoia over the dastardly plans of the froggiest Frenchman, Michel Platini.

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