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3 November 2008
“I don’t know what else to do.” So lamented the forlorn figure of Luciano Spalletti after witnessing AS Roma capitulate at Juventus on Saturday.
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1 November 2008
"If Real and United get drawn against each other, I’ll even cancel races to be there..."
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1 November 2008
"We do loads of different pancakes, with 99 different fillings. I think my favourite is banana and raisin – that's very nice"
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31 October 2008
On Monday we passed on our pearls of football wisdom and explained to anyone that would listen (and indeed read) why Chelsea losing at home to Liverpool may just help their title bid.
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31 October 2008
100 days into his reign and, with just one defeat, Jose Mourinho has made his point.He’s the boss, he’s the man – the shaven-headed tough guy in a dressing-room full of tough guys.However, has he the man-management skills to wring the very best out of his squad over a long and demanding season?
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31 October 2008
The bastardised political cliché is true: a week really is a long time in football. Last Friday, when FourFourTwo.com put its writing hat on and skilfully sculpted its Premier League Preview blog, the idea Liverpool could forge a serious title bid was, to many, pie-in-the-sky.
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31 October 2008
SaturdayMálaga (6th) vs Barcelona (2nd)You’d have thought that Barcelona’s weasley, measly 1-0 away win at Brit-packed Benidorm in the Copa del Rey might have raised an eyebrow or two of concern in the Pep-crazy Catalan press. Well, if you hadn’t spent years suffering their droning drivel, perhaps.Instead, it’s hats off to Mundo Deportivo’s Miguel Rico, who has spun a superb story by linking Villarreal’s 5-0 pummelling by Poli Ejido to say such a thing could never happen to Barcelona these days. “Barcelona have learned the lesson that they must keep doing what they are doing in every match,” said an ever-so-slightly smug Rico. Well, Barcelona are going to have to do again, what they keep doing and have been doing, against Málaga on Saturday night. The southern seasiders are fresh from four wins in a row and have a bold new game plan to stop Pep’s Dream Boys in their tracks. “We’ll sweat until we drop,” revealed midfielder Miguel Angel Lozano, leaving the blog with the image of what happens when Maniche attempts a flight of stairs.LLL Prediction - DrawAthletic Bilbao (19th) vs Villarreal (4th)For the first few days of the week, the angriest man in Christendom was probably Andrew Sachs. “60 years in the frickin’ business and all I’m frickin’ famous for is a frickin’ Spanish frickin’ waiter,” he must have been yelling whilst tales of his granddaughter’s grinding dominated Britain’s brainless media outlets.
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31 October 2008
Another exciting and hectic week awaits.

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