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21 April 2011
Guest writer Ben Collins sees Bury join forces with their latest famous friend, Robbie Fowler, in their charge for promotion.
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21 April 2011
It's been a great week for Man City. After 35 trophyless years, they've reached the FA Cup final – and Spurs being held by Arsenal strengthens their chance of finishing in the fourth Champions League slot. But which is more important: winning a cup or reaching the Champions League? MCFCForum.com regular Paul Wheatcroft knows which he'd prefer…
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21 April 2011
It's been a great week for Man City. After 35 trophyless years, they've reached the FA Cup final – and Spurs being held by Arsenal strengthens their chance of finishing in the fourth Champions League slot. But which is more important: winning a cup or reaching the Champions League? FFT backroom legend Mark Booth knows which he'd prefer…
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20 April 2011
Scuse us for being rather juvenile, but to our minds in this 2007 pic it looks rather like Andrew Surman has walloped Richard Chaplow goalwards...
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20 April 2011
Imagine playing each game as if it might well be your last. This is the life Nice goalkeeper Lionel Letizi has chosen for himself.
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20 April 2011
Well, the only way is up for whoever succeeds Valery Karpin as manager of Spartak Moscow.
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19 April 2011
For a fair few months before they sealed the title it had been a matter of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’ Porto would clinch their 25th league crown, and the Dragons returned to the throne of Portuguese football at the best possible moment - after defeating arch-rivals Benfica on their own patch.
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19 April 2011
The Americans are coming, the Americans are coming... 67 years after Allied forces marched unopposed into the Italian capital, on Friday 15 April AS Roma became the first major Italian club to end up in foreign hands.
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19 April 2011
“So, do you think the referee tonight was biased?”
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18 April 2011
Watching a match tonight? Dedicated Dutchman Thomas Rensen will be – he's watching 31 games in 31 days across Europe...

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