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24 August 2010
EspanyolJust to start this blog on a rare serious point, last season couldn’t really have started much worse for Espanyol having lost Dani Jarque just before the campaign kicked off. So this time around the season to come is bound to be a better one for the Perico fans in the stands, no matter how uninspiring things may look for them out on the pitch.
SHARES
23 August 2010
SHARES
23 August 2010
What do Fenerbahce and Besiktas chairmen Aziz Yildirim and Yildirim Demiroren have in common? No, not the ability to go 90 minutes without changing their facial expression. They are both in desperate need of a big signing to regain the faith of their respective club’s fans. The player of choice? None other than dummy-spitting, cold urticaria-suffering, twinkle-toed Robinho.
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23 August 2010
Benfica suffered yet another defeat last Saturday and while it's too early to write them off as title contenders, the warning bells are already ringing.
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23 August 2010
We run through some of those who made headlines for the right and the wrong reasons on a weekend where two of England’s young forwards grabbed their first Premier League trebles, and three teams shipped six goals…
SHARES
23 August 2010
It looks like a case of as you were – Jose may have gone but Rafa seamlessly steps in and Inter are raising four fingers to the rest of Italian football.
SHARES
23 August 2010
The new Bundesliga season opened on Friday evening, with the only game of the day settled in dramatic injury time fashion by one of Germany's World Cup heroes - Bastien Schweinsteiger.
SHARES
23 August 2010
Oddly enough for a man with a name as innately attractive as Alain Casanova, the Toulouse manager is having a hard time making people fall in love with his purple-shirted team even though they currently sit top of Ligue 1 with a 100 per cent record after the season’s opening three games.
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23 August 2010
Almería
SHARES
23 August 2010
It was just like watching Wimbledon this weekend, but not the franchise who moved to Milton Keynes or the ones who play at Kingstonian. No, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were listening to the All England Lawn Tennis Club championship when an unseeded Brit loses in the first round: 6-0, 6-0, 6-0.

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