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19 May 2010
Thanks to Merciful Zeus Himself, the Copa del Rey - the barnacle on the bottom of the good ship la Liga - comes to an end in the Camp Nou on Wednesday night.
SHARES
19 May 2010
The offer to be an embedded journalist with adidas for the day at the launch of their new F50 boot sounded interesting.
SHARES
19 May 2010
So another Serie A season comes kicking and screaming to an end – and once again Inter lord it over one and all although all credit to AS Roma for at least making it an exciting run-in.
SHARES
19 May 2010
With the Bundesliga title wrapped up last week following their victory over relegated Hertha Berlin at the capital city's Olympiastadion, Bayern München paid the stadium a second successive visit on Saturday, as they aimed to take home more silverware by beating defending DFB Pokal champions Werder Bremen.
SHARES
18 May 2010
“It’s about making the spectacle for players and fans all the better and I’d recommend anybody to take it up and give it a go”
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18 May 2010
Whatever happens in Madrid, one thing’s for sure: after the game, Philipp Lahm will ring home to enquire about the health of his pet rabbits Milky Way and Brownie.
18 May 2010
World Cup 86 was characterised by prolific goalscorers, creative genius, and guile aplenty. There was a handy Argentine fellow, too. Diego something or other...
SHARES
18 May 2010
Before the blog kicks off with its normal rants and raves - and it has some whoppers stored up today - it is going to begin with some fluffy news and the most insanely brilliant concept ever conceived by anyone ever - aside from trams. But that’s probably just a LLL fetish.
SHARES
17 May 2010
“When I arrived we were fighting relegation, but now we are champions,” beamed Claudio ‘Bichi’ Borghi on Sunday night in the kind of self-congratulatory manner which would leave even Harry Redknapp blushing.
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17 May 2010
If Bordeaux let out a whimper on Sunday morning in recognition that the sun had already set on what had only recently seemed like a bright new dawn, the rest of France breathed a collective sigh of relief, as Laurent Blanc revealed that he would be quitting the Stade Chaban Delmas to take charge of the French national team after this summer’s World Cup finals.

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