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19 August 2011
Like a lot, we've been playing about with the Stats Zone app and we've been wondering what might happen this weekend. Here's some thoughts…
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19 August 2011
There is a general belief in the circles of Turkish football that to become recognised as a great of the national game, you must conquer Europe.
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19 August 2011
With the start of the Serie A season still just over a week away, there was an opportunity to gauge the fitness and form of AC Milan, Inter and Juventus when Italy’s three major clubs met in Thursday’s TIM Trophy in Bari.
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19 August 2011
ESPN commentator Jon Champion is back to preview the Premier League's weekend games...
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19 August 2011
SportingLast Season 10thPrediction 10thLLL has a sneaky feeling that Manuel Preciado’s sixth season in charge in Gijon is going to be his most comfortable one, with no repetition of last year’s relegation and flirtation with getting well and truly fired. This does mean, of course, that Sporting are set to finish bottom of the pile, with the blog’s curse now firmly planted upon the club.
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18 August 2011
Rayo VallecanoLast Season 2nd in SegundaPrediction 20th (relegated)Having enjoyed the festivities in Rayo’s peculiar three-sided stadium for the promotion party and the subsequent booze-up in Vallecas, it would be fantastic if the blog could predict a glorious return to top-flight football for the side. But that simply isn’t going to be the case. Instead, it’s going to be an awful, forgettable season for the People’s Republic of Rayo.
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17 August 2011
MálagaLast Season - 11thPrediction - 5thTo be in the Champions League or to be in the Europa League, that is the question for Málaga this season after a summer splurge of some €58 million on nine new players. The best of the bunch is Santi Cazorla - a real sturdy statement of intent from the club - although the appointment of Fernando Hierro as Director General and the extended contract given to manager Manuel Pellegrini should not be underestimated.
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16 August 2011
The professional football season is back, and ready to follow in its wake are millions of keen part-timers. From amateur and semi-pro players already embarking on pre-season training to sofa-dwellers who fancy a kickabout from time to time, everybody is kicking balls.
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16 August 2011
Now the dust has settled on the opening round of Premier League matches (other than Tottenham vs Everton, which ironically didn't take place as the dust hadn't settled...), we use the brand spanking new Stats Zone app to share a few things you may have missed...

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