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19 May 2012
Paul Simpson, editor of FourFourTwo's UEFA-flavoured sister magazine Champions, on the Allianz Arena clash
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18 May 2012
"It's a cake, but it's shaped like a giant hamburger, so it's good for you."
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18 May 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses FourFourTwo's StatsZone app to preview Saturday's Champions League Final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea...
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18 May 2012
If Roy Hodgson thought his lot was a bad one – having to deal with a nasty tabloid press out to get him before a single England match, not to mention needing to pick Stewart Downing – it’s small beer, chips and sausages compared what Vicente del Bosque is having to put up with.
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17 May 2012
A less than fully whelmed looking Kevin Keegan comes face to waxy face with his decidedly dodgy doppelganger back in December 1976...
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17 May 2012
Barcelona's la Masia youth academy is renowned for its productivity, but as Gareth McKnight reports, Real Madrid's Castilla has arguably had a bigger effect on Spanish football
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17 May 2012
England's new coach has really swung the axe, as Back of the Net's John Foster explains... 
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16 May 2012
Three days after Villarreal’s rather rapid relegation from la Primera, LLL suspects there are still sobbing supporters sitting in the stands in el Madrigal, their mouths opening and closing like goldfish. In the space of just three minutes the club suffered the divisional descent of both their first side and ‘B’ team, the latter to make way for the Yellow Submarine seniors in la Segunda next season.
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16 May 2012
After the 'success' of Paul the Octopus at the last World Cup, we expect a veritable menagerie of animal pundits to stick their snouts into the public consciousness over the coming weeks.
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16 May 2012
If it's a straight shoot-out between Carrick, Parker and Barry for the defensive midfield role, the stats show the Old Trafford man should get the nod, says Alex KebleUntil recently, Michael Carrick's league form has gone somewhat characteristically unnoticed. His quiet consistency, although never overlooked by his manager, fails to draw the attention of the press. This is no real surprise: Carrick's play relies primarily on tackles and interceptions, breaking up opposition attacks before playing a simple pass to begin the classic Man United counter attack.

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