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18 July 2012
FourFourTwo's man in Madrid, Tim Stannard, continues his summer round-up...
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17 July 2012
Big Eck's vaction explanations don't have anybody 'wishing they were here', as Back of the Net's John Foster reveals...
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16 July 2012
In Somalia, fundamental warlords have executed football players, administrators and even armchair fans.  But it's not killing the sport, as Omar Almasri reports
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16 July 2012
Fallen giants' triple demotion is right, says Craig Anderson – now let teams learn from this situation, and stop relying on money yet to be made
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16 July 2012
Rangers are set to start the new season in the Scottish Football League Third Division and, as Back of the Net's Paul Watson reveals, this could just be the start of their problems...
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16 July 2012
FourFourTwo's man in Madrid, Tim Stannard, continues his summer round-up...
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13 July 2012
Marco van Basten is no stranger to comebacks: his playing career was filled with them. Ultimately, he could no longer continue the act, retiring in 1995. He returned as a manager, then left again; now he’s back and this time it’s personal.
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13 July 2012
Athletic BilbaoIt’s been a lousy summer so far for Athletic. Fernando Llorente was an outcast in Spain’s Euros victory and the club's other big hitters, Javier Martínez, Iker Muniain and Ander Herrera, are set to be away for much of the summer with the Spanish Olympic side.
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13 July 2012
They haven't won a national trophy this century, but Atletico Mineiro top the league – led by a rejuvenated yet more mature Ronaldinho, says Rupert Fryer
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11 July 2012
If you’re going to compete with the Premier League and its terrific talents such as Lee Cattermole and Stewart Downing, then you’re going to have to get very creative indeed.

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