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3 May 2011
RESULTS Sat 30 Apr Cesena 1-2 Internazionale; Napoli 1-0 Genoa; Sun 1 May Fiorentina 5-2 Udinese; Milan 1-0 Bologna; Catania 2-0 Cagliari; Chievo 1-0 Lecce; Sampdoria 3-3 Brescia; Bari 2-3 Roma; Parma 3-1 Palermo; Mon 2 May Lazio 0-1 Juventus
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28 April 2011
Who cares about the royal wedding? We’ve got plenty of fascinating match-ups in the Premier League, and they each hold more interest than a bunch of inbreds distracting us while the economy crumbles and malnourished mothers collapse in the street with saliva drying on their gaping maws.
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28 April 2011
Watching a match tonight? Dedicated Dutchman Thomas Rensen will be – he's watching 31 games in 31 days across Europe...
SHARES
28 April 2011
Portuguese football is on the brink of making history this Thursday, as Porto, Benfica and Braga all continue the fight for a ticket to Dublin for next month's Europa League final.
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28 April 2011
The empty chair in the press area next to LLL never stood a chance.
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28 April 2011
A paper from Luxembourg did the math for me. According to them I have travelled 13,000 kilometers on my journey so far. An amazing number but I’m not done yet. There’s one final week to go!
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27 April 2011
On Tuesday, it really did feel as if the respective camps participating in the toddler-esque festival of bickering between Barcelona and Real Madrid simply weren’t trying hard enough, worn down perhaps by the requirements of producing gallons of dribble and drivel on a daily basis.
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27 April 2011
Taye Taiwo has always had a reputation as a Cannonball Kid. Once during his school days back in Lagos, the powerfully built youngster hit a shot so hard it knocked one of his friends out cold. The emergency services even had to be called. “All the mums and dads came to my house,” Taiwo told RMC Sport. “They started yelling and my father told me that I was going to have to give up football.”
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27 April 2011
So it comes down to this. With two games left, the possibility of the Dutch league title being decided on the final day is well and truly on. It’s what the neutrals wanted – and most definitely what the TV folks wanted – but there’s still one more obstacle to overcome until we have a final-day drama like in 2007.
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27 April 2011
Thirty-four – the number of Moldovan referees whose names appeared on a missive sent to the Federaţia Moldovenească de Fotbal at the weekend threatening to withdraw their services from fixtures involving either Dacia Chişinău or Zimbru Chişinău.

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