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9 March 2009
Results: (Sunday) Deportivo La Coruña 5-3 Racing Santander; Getafe 1-2 Málaga; Mallorca 3-3 Real Betis; Numancia 2-1 Valencia; Osasuna 1-2 Sporting Gijón; Recreativo Huelva 2-3 Real Valladolid; Sevilla 2-1 Almería. (Saturday) Barcelona 2-0 Athletic Bilbao; Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético Madrid; Villarreal 1-0 Espanyol.
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7 March 2009
I’ve just spent 17 days on a ship, travelling from Cape to Cape via Antarctica, The Falklands, South Georgia and Tristan Da Cunha in the Southern Atlantic.
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6 March 2009
FFT.com’s Rob Burnett summarises the best and worst of the week’s action.. It's amazing how footballers manage to oscillate between brilliance and ineptitude, sometimes in the same match. It's time to applaud, or laugh at, what the little scamps have been up to this week.OGGY OGGY OGGY!Own goals are always a hoot, and it's first to Spain where Valencia defender Raul Albiol turns home a Valladolid cross to hand them a 2-1 win.
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5 March 2009
“Football hooligans? Well there’s 92 club chairman for a start” - Brian CloughBrian Clough was the Muhammad Ali of British football. The tragedy for him – and Peter Taylor – was that he couldn’t fly like a butterfly and sting like a bee himself. He had to cajole, charm and bully 11 players into doing that for him on the pitch.He managed with the conviction of a messiah even if many (especially in the football business) regarded him not as a messiah but as a very naughty boy.For much of his career – at Hartlepools (as he called it), Derby and Nottingham Forest – Clough’s teams were almost as eloquent as he was.
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5 March 2009
Town fan Nick Judd hails the League 1 clubs refusing to fill Mr 10 Percent's pockets...
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4 March 2009
First, let’s get one thing straight.
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4 March 2009
Jose Mourinho has been itching for a fight ever since the national media dismissed his Inter side as second-best to Manchester United last week.His excuse came after two days of wall-to-wall coverage on the penalty won by Mario Balotelli, which dragged the Nerazzurri back into the game against Roma at the weekend.The thrust had been that the league leaders were favoured by the referee, so you can imagine the little Portuguese bruiser needed little psyching up for what, in normal circumstances, would have been a pretty run-of-the-mill press conference ahead of the Italian Cup semi-final at Sampdoria on Wednesday.The Feisty One came out swinging in all directions, and his scattergun approach landed blows on just about anyone and everyone involved with Italian football – with Claudio Ranieri naturally getting one below the belt.

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