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7 November 2008
This week we’re having a look at the progress being made by the Premier League’s great and good, using information provided to us by our friends at Catalyst, using their PowerTable.On Monday we looked at the ‘Tier 4’ sides and on Tuesday we assessed the merits of the sides deemed to be in ‘Tier 3’.This morning we’re, of course, looking at Tier 2, sides which the Catalyst describe as ‘clubs with the potential or ambition to compete at the highest level, but ones that need to achieve breakthrough performance. We’re also told that the gap between Tiers 1 and 2 is the widest, Daniel Levy take note...NEWCASTLE UNITED
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6 November 2008
Describing Spain’s sports press as a little bit myopic would be like accusing Nelson of having a slight squint. Biased aint the half of it.
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6 November 2008
There's been but one issue discussed around water coolers, on radio phone-ins and on internet messageboards worldwide this week - the 2008 incarnation of FourFourTwo’s Top 100 Players in the World.
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6 November 2008
It’s a long way from Rimini to the Bernabeu but for Juventus the trip, in the end, has been worth it.17-months ago and the Old Lady started out kicking her heels in Serie B at the Italian resort town and now they are running all over the “great” Real Madrid in their own back yard; something they hadn’t achieved for 46 years.Alessandro Del Piero, who wasn’t even in the top 10 of FourFourTwo’s Best Players in the World despite finishing last season as Serie A top goalscorer, even received a standing ovation from the locals after scoring twice.
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5 November 2008
No team has ever won the Champions League and been relegated. But there's always a first time, and the way things are going for AS Roma at the moment, anything could happen.
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5 November 2008
When Martin Hansson – or ‘the Swede’, as many papers are spitting on Wednesday morning, as if his nationality was relevant in some way – signalled for a penalty against Atlético described on Radio 5 as ‘the softest’, La Liga Loca had a funny feeling that the decision would be about as popular in Spain’s sporting press as Lewis Hamilton.
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5 November 2008
Ronaldo, Messi, Torres, Casillas, Kaka, Villa, Ibrahimovic, Aguero, Ferdinand, Gerrard.
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4 November 2008
FFT.com's Gregg Davies checks in with another helping of life on tour with Chelsea...

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