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28 February 2012
Should the great leaders at FourFourTwo ever grow tired of LLL’s showbiz demands and cut the blog loose, starvation and playing the accordion badly in the Madrid metro awaits. LLL certainly isn’t going to find work in the Spanish media, as it doesn’t seem to quite get how it works.
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27 February 2012
RESULTS Sat 25 Feb Racing Santander 1-1 Sporting Gijón; Real Betis 1-1 Getafe; Málaga 5-1 Real Zaragoza; Espanyol 1-2 Levante Sun 26 Feb Villarreal 2-2 Athletic Club; Rayo Vallecano 0-1 Real Madrid; Valencia 1-2 Sevilla; Osasuna 2-1 Granada; Real Sociedad 1-0 Mallorca; Atlético Madrid 1-2 Barcelona
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27 February 2012
Astound your friends and enemies with the help of the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta. (All "best" stats refer to Premier League matches this season unless otherwise stated.)
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27 February 2012
His team may have fought back to draw at Newcastle on Saturday, but there's still mystery surrounding Wolves' new boss Terry Connor. Back of the Net's John Foster investigates...
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27 February 2012
RESULTS (click team name for web-wide club news feed) Sat 25 Feb Chelsea 3-0 Bolton, Newcastle 2-2 Wolves, QPR 0-1 Fulham, West Brom 4-0 Sunderland, Wigan 0-0 Aston Villa, Man City 3-0 Blackburn Sun 26 Feb Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham, Norwich 1-2 Man Utd, Stoke 2-0 Swansea
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27 February 2012
The weekend's top-flight action analysed by Footballistically.co.uk editor Nick Govier, with the help of the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta 
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27 February 2012
Nothing gets the football fraternity’s blood boiling more than bad refereeing. So if Paolo Tagliavento’s performance during the top-of-the-table clash between AC Milan and Juventus is anything to go by, those watching would have been in need of a quiet lie-down in a darkened room.
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24 February 2012
FourFourTwo.com editor Gary Parkinson on the managerial fun and games at the foot of the Premier League...
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24 February 2012
“It's not the despair, I can take the despair. It's the hope I can't stand.” The words uttered by John Cleese in Clockwise have been echoed by football fans ever since.

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