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1 October 2012
RESULTS Sat 29 Sep Juventus 4-1 AS Roma, Parma 1-1 AC Milan Sun 30 Sep Atalanta 1-5 Torino, Cagliari 1-2 Pescara, Inter 2-1 Fiorentina, Lazio 2-1 Siena, Palermo 4-1 Chievo, Sampdoria 0-1 Napoli, Udinese 0-0 Genoa
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1 October 2012
The English leagues' weekend woe-sufferers, compiled by Simon Carter
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28 September 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses FourFourTwo's StatsZone app – now FREE – to asses Arsenal's rapidly improving fullback
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27 September 2012
Season ticket sales are down some 10,000 from last year at Napoli. It may be down to the harsh economic climate, the team’s poor finish to last season which saw them miss out the Champions League or perhaps the failure to bring in a star name to replace the departing Ezequiel Lavezzi.
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27 September 2012
When Ivan Perisic equalised in the opening moments of the second half of Saturday’s showdown against Hamburg, Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp turned to his bench and let out an animated sigh of relief.
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26 September 2012
In a forthcoming FourFourTwo we'll be celebrating goals, goals, goals. In a special issue fronted by a world exclusive interview with Lionel Messi, we'll be celebrating the finest goals and goalscorers our game has ever produced.
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26 September 2012
The former player and manager John Bond has died at the age of 79. We pay pictorial tribute to the former West Ham and Torquay right-back who went on to manage Bournemouth, Norwich, Manchester City, Burnley, Swansea, Birmingham and Shrewsbury.
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26 September 2012
The popular Spurs defender has hinted he'll need to get used to being out in the cold, as Back of the Net's Paul Watson explains...
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26 September 2012
When watching a game of football that is so abysmal, so shockingly silly, so bereft of skill that neither side can string more than three passes together, there are two approaches to take. You can either pledge that you’ll never watch England again (b'dum-tish!) or simply hold the incompetency close to your bosom and feast on 90 minutes of farcical football and dynamic drivel.

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