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16 March 2010
Once upon a time in Spain, the words “Sevilla are on the TV!” would clear the streets in microseconds as footie lovers of all shapes and sizes dashed off to see the most sensational side in the world strut their stuff.
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16 March 2010
Wayne Rooney has joked that his recent glut of headers is exacerbating his bald spot. Fear not, says Dan Ross: examine these excelling egg-heads...
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16 March 2010
Can anyone slay Barcelona?
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15 March 2010
RESULTS Sat Mar 13 Getafe 3-0 Mallorca, Sevilla 1-1 Deportivo, Sporting Gijon 0-0 Athletic Bilbao Sun Mar 14 Almeria 1-0 Malaga, Barcelona 3-0 Valencia, Racing Santander 0-0 Real Zaragoza, Real Valladolid 1-4 Real Madrid, Tenerife 4-1 Espanyol, Villarreal 2-0 XerezSpanish fixtures, results & table here
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15 March 2010
RESULTS Sat Mar 13 Monaco 0-0 Bordeaux, Montpellier 1-1 Auxerre, Lorient 1-0 Lens, Nancy 1-3 Boulogne, PSG 4-1 Sochaux, Le Mans 0-1 Nice, Lyon 1-1 Saint- Étienne Sun Mar 14 Lille 1-0 Grenoble, Valenciennes 0-2 Rennes, Toulouse 1-1 MarseilleLigue Un results, fixtures & table
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15 March 2010
We all know that Jose Mourinho loves to play the role of the great communicator, so you can imagine how he felt being imprisoned inside a windowed broom cupboard this weekend.
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15 March 2010
"They'll be dancing in the streets of Raith tonight." The immortal words broadcast on the BBC in the 1960s after a Raith Rovers victory may have been on the tip of a few commentators' tongues on Saturday after the Kirkcaldy side reached the last four of the Scottish Cup for the first time in 47 years.
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15 March 2010
Who's No.1? It depends what time you ask.
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12 March 2010
There was a small footballing exodus from Germany this midweek. With the exception of Hamburger SV, who hosted Anderlecht in the Europa League last 32, the Bundesliga's continental hopefuls had to negotiate tricky away ties against some of Europe’s more refined sides.
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12 March 2010
We're fast approaching the midway point of the season, which means two things: the Superclásico is upon us, and the firing squad is limbering up. Conveniently, the two feed off each other.

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