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29 July 2010
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28 July 2010
It’s a fairly testing task for the folks at Marca to hold just one coherent thought in their tiny little minds at any one time, never mind two. But that’s the contorting conundrum in the complex realm of Raúl that has been on the paper’s journalistic agenda ever since Florentino Pérez came back to the club last summer.
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28 July 2010
He claimed the Argentina national team was a Rolls Royce in need of a service. He told journalists to suck it and keep sucking it. He said that if Obama was allowed to choose his backroom staff then so should he. He called up 108 players. He lost 6-1 to Bolivia. He told Pele to go back to the museum. He said that Pele ‘made his debut’ with a boy.
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26 July 2010
OK folks, the Portugeezer is back from his off-season duties and ready to start looking forward to 2010/11. And while teams are still trying to identify the last pieces of their jigsaw, the first pre-season matches have already given us a hint of what we can expect.
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26 July 2010
For a wee while, La Liga Loca was concerned that incoming Barcelona president Sandro Rosell was going to be a tad bland.
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26 July 2010
The fans who love Boca, love Riquelme. Riquelme loves Boca. Riquelme loves the fans. Boca’s president loves Boca and, presumably, the fans.
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26 July 2010
Inter flew out to the States on Sunday for their pre-season tour and as the fans at Malpensa airport  waved farewell, there were few tears being shed that Mario Balotelli will more than likely be a Manchester City player before the team gets over its jet-lag.
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23 July 2010
I’m on an eight-hour journey on the Pennsylvanian train between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Manchester United played against the Philadelphia Union MLS team in America’s fifth biggest city last night, a single Gabriel Obertan goal the decider.
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23 July 2010
Boro fan Toby Higgins reflects on Gordon Strachan's Glasgowcentric shopping trips...
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21 July 2010
Who invented football? Though China has a respectable claim, England usually gets the credit. But G. Gordon Liddy, one of the Watergate conspirators who has inevitably become a talk show host in America, sees it differently.

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