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10 July 2012
Italian champions Juventus have parted ways with their totemic captain after almost two decades. Gareth McKnight wishes him bon voyage
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9 July 2012
There's a new capo at Vicarage Road and Paul Watson speculates wildly (and, obviously, incorrectly)...
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6 July 2012
Admit it: when Iker Casillas lifted the Euro 2012 trophy, you felt a twinge of despondency. Not because Spain didn’t deserve to win, but because it meant the end of the football festival. But never fear! FourFourTwo is here to soothe your Euro hangover with a brand-spanking new issue, chock-a-block with brilliant articles on Brazilians (not that kind), the Euros, and much more!
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5 July 2012
The latest Man City strips are being released, which means it's time to wheel out loveable Noel Gallagher, who's 5'8", alongside City captain Vincent Kompany, a rather more commanding 6'3". With Kompany having a good seven inches on Noel, you can imagine the quotes from behind the camera:
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5 July 2012
Beloved pundit shocks listeners with gory goings-on, claims Back of the Net's Paul Watson...
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5 July 2012
So the vote was finally carried, and a Rangers ‘newco’ are not to play in the SPL next season. Sporting integrity has been restored and everyone can be thoroughly pleased with themselves.
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4 July 2012
The Back of the Net boys file their final report: Spain 4-0 Italy
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3 July 2012
Spain seemed all-conquering in the Euros, but Italy had held them in the opener. Why, asks Alex Keble, did they change their tack?
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3 July 2012
Joy aplenty in Spain. Of course, there's the small matter of la Roja retaining the European Championships, making history by winning three successive major tournaments and in doing so becoming the greatest team that there has ever been.

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