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SHARES
12 March 2009
The sun is still shining and people are going about their daily business, but the world of Italian football has come to a grinding halt.
SHARES
11 March 2009
Aside from the hulking Table Mountain, Cape Town’s 75,000 capacity World Cup stadium is the most dominant sight as you approach the city by sea.
SHARES
11 March 2009
So, it appears the spirit of Juanito had something better to do on Tuesday night.
SHARES
10 March 2009
Anybody who wants to predict the future of European football should remember the cautionary tale of the Sydney Opera House.
SHARES
10 March 2009
“Yes, we can.”
SHARES
10 March 2009
Being a Real Madrid player means that most of your waking days will involve being pestered by the press on urgent matters such as the greatness of Raúl and whether the club can still win the league. Or, if you are a media-whoring Iker Casillas, appearing on every single TV advert in Spain. In fact, the situation is so silly that even when a player has popped his footballing clogs, he won’t be left to rest in peace, not for the merest minute. La Liga Loca is convinced that Alfredo di Stefano died a good six years ago and the Castle Greyskull club are using an animatronic version of the nation-changing champ when superstars such as Julien Faubert are presented.
SHARES
9 March 2009
Ever since I started writing for FourFourTwo back in 2003, I'd always been keen to track down and report on the whereabouts of Mirandinha, the first Brazilian ever to play in England; the forefather of Juninho, Silvinho, Anderson, Robinho et all.

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