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20 May 2011
So it’s come to this: each team has played 37 matches, 3,330 minutes of football and run the distance to the moon and back (probably), and it all rests to a final-frame shootout.
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20 May 2011
The word “legend” is banded about an awful lot these days. But ex-Motherwell striker Steve Kirk is a living one, at least in one Lanarkshire town anyway.
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20 May 2011
What links Premier League legends Alan Shearer, Andrew Cole, Gianfranco Zola, Gus Poyet, Steve McManaman, Ray Parlour, Paul Merson, Rob Lee and Roberto Di Matteo? Why, of course, it's that they're all going to Barbados to compete in the inaugural British Airways Football Legends Invitational Tournament.
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19 May 2011
Look, we couldn't resist it. 
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19 May 2011
According to modern footballing wisdom, Barcelona’s success is built on the four pillars of Leo Messi’s goals, Xavi’s passing...and...er...Leo Messi’s goals and Xavi’s passing.
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18 May 2011
Where were you in 2004? Shrek 2 busted the block, George W Bush was re-elected, Arsenal completed their Invincible season and Olympics-hosting Greece lifted the European Championships with their biggest victory since the Battle of Troy. And Ajax won the Eredivisie title for the last time… until now.
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18 May 2011
As the Newcastle favourite prepares to return to the North East, Kristan Heneage looks back on exactly why Nolberto Solano is so popular in the region
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18 May 2011
It was in a small trattoria in Rome, near the walls of the Vatican City, that the Portugeezer watched the second leg of Braga and Benfica’s Europa League semifinal. With Porto already all but booking their flights to Dublin after an emphatic 5-1 first leg win over Villarreal in the other semi, all eyes were on Estádio Axa to find out who would face the Dragons in a historic all-Portuguese final.

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