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10 October 2014
With Roy Keane's new autobiography 'The Second Half' making waves in a slow news week, FFT's James Maw ponders why the former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder is such a miserable chap...
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10 October 2014
Diego Costa may be on a hot streak for Chelsea, but Paul Wilkes says a young Valencia striker is a better bet...
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10 October 2014
They're beaten, toyed with and seemingly humiliated on a yearly basis, but the whipping boys of European Championship qualifying aren't in the mood to give up, as Richard Edwards discovers...
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8 October 2014
San Marino may have only ever won one game, but Paul Watson finds there’s no doom and gloom as they face England... 
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8 October 2014
Rio Ferdinand tells Jonathan Fadugba about facing West Ham, leaving Manchester United and returning to London with Harry Redknapp's QPR...
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8 October 2014
Twenty years ago Palmeiras were obliterating all around them with an all-star team bankrolled by an Italian company. Now in their centenary year, writes Luke Ginnell, the Verdão are in danger of being relegated from Brazil's top division...
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7 October 2014
Nick Harper looks back at some of the shortest managerial reigns (or 'quickest sackings', if you're feeling cruel) in the history of English (and Welsh) football...
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7 October 2014
Tim Stannard rounds up the big stories from the seventh round of La Liga action – including a goal you really should see...
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7 October 2014
The current England skipper is closing in on Sir Bobby's goal tallies for both club and country – but which player's achievements are most impressive for England? Matt Allen investigates...
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6 October 2014
Kids are on their way to Wembley, to play...

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