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25 February 2010
I have sadly had to leave Berlin behind, but before I returned to dear old Blighty, I dug in in front of the telly for a marathon weekend of iconic German football programmes.
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25 February 2010
In September 2009 Harraby Athletic of the Cumbrian junior amateur leagues beat Edenvale Hawks 3-2, ending a three-year losing streak. By this point Harraby were already being talked up by some as Britain’s worst football team – perhaps even the worst football team ever.
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25 February 2010
The Portugeezer may have been away for a short spiritual retreat, but Portuguese football didn’t stop. So let's recap what has happened over these past 10 days.
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25 February 2010
Lucio is the only central defender available to Jose Mourinho this weekend – but by the way the Brazilian took on the Chelsea front line and anyone else who ventured near Inter’s penalty area, he can perform the job alone at Udinese.
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24 February 2010
If Spain’s leading sports dailies were to remove their noses from Cristiano Ronaldo’s groin for just the briefest of moments - especially in the case of Marca, Wednesday’s edition boasting a disturbing upskirt shot of the forward posing in his skimpies - then they'd notice that most of the country's teams are walking the tightrope of doom in Europe.
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24 February 2010
Manchester United’s victory may have brightened the outlook of the travelling fans in Milan last week, but the weather was atrocious in Milan. To avoid another soaking, I headed to the airport early hoping to get some work done and speak to Andrew Cole for his weekly column.
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24 February 2010
FINALS SERIES Semi-finals Wk1: Sat Feb 20 Gold Coast United 0-0 Newcastle Jets (Newcastle win 6-5 on penalties) Sun Feb 21 Wellington Phoenix 1-1 Perth Glory (Wellington win 4-2 on penalties)
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24 February 2010
In case you hadn’t noticed, Chelsea meet an old friend tonight. England’s football media is so delighted to have an excuse to glory in Jose Mourinho that even the normally acerbic Martin Samuel has felt obliged to remind his readers why the Portuguese coach is the special one.
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24 February 2010
Jose Mourinho's charm offensive yesterday may have impressed the foreign press but cut little ice with the locals.

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