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4 March 2010
While some Brazilian youngsters come to Europe and quickly become world superstars, things do always go immediately to plan.
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4 March 2010
Craig Levein enjoyed a dream start to his Scotland managerial career with a hard-fought, if perhaps slightly fortuitous, 1-0 win over the Czech Republic.
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4 March 2010
"Fabio, are they booing me?" "No, John, they're saying 'Boo-aines', 'Boo-aines'."
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3 March 2010
There are four distinct approaches adopted by Spain's sports papers in handling Wednesday's friendly with France: previewing it, ignoring it, complaining about it and extrapolating the pants off it.
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3 March 2010
Another new regular feature from FourFourTwo.com, and it's a big hello to Daniel Moore, covering all things German...
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3 March 2010
Marcello Lippi’s final squad before having to decide on the 23 players who will carry the hopes of a nation to South Africa has garlanded more coverage of those missing from the party to face Cameroon than those actually called up.
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3 March 2010
England unveiled their new away shirt for the 2010 World Cup in novel style last month – with Kasabian launching the kit at a gig… in Paris.
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2 March 2010
‘In an uncommon reaction, Russo wasn’t angry with the referee, despite losing’ – Sunday newspaper headline
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2 March 2010
Football expert James Horncastle investigates lucky charms - but you can forget black cats, horseshoes and four-leaf clovers...
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2 March 2010
If the Barcelona press are trying to fend off the lustful advances of Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid towards David Villa and lure the Asturian to the Camp Nou couch with a playful pout, then they are going about it in a most peculiar manner.

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