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6 November 2008
Describing Spain’s sports press as a little bit myopic would be like accusing Nelson of having a slight squint. Biased aint the half of it.
SHARES
6 November 2008
There's been but one issue discussed around water coolers, on radio phone-ins and on internet messageboards worldwide this week - the 2008 incarnation of FourFourTwo’s Top 100 Players in the World.
SHARES
6 November 2008
It’s a long way from Rimini to the Bernabeu but for Juventus the trip, in the end, has been worth it.17-months ago and the Old Lady started out kicking her heels in Serie B at the Italian resort town and now they are running all over the “great” Real Madrid in their own back yard; something they hadn’t achieved for 46 years.Alessandro Del Piero, who wasn’t even in the top 10 of FourFourTwo’s Best Players in the World despite finishing last season as Serie A top goalscorer, even received a standing ovation from the locals after scoring twice.
SHARES
5 November 2008
No team has ever won the Champions League and been relegated. But there's always a first time, and the way things are going for AS Roma at the moment, anything could happen.
SHARES
5 November 2008
When Martin Hansson – or ‘the Swede’, as many papers are spitting on Wednesday morning, as if his nationality was relevant in some way – signalled for a penalty against Atlético described on Radio 5 as ‘the softest’, La Liga Loca had a funny feeling that the decision would be about as popular in Spain’s sporting press as Lewis Hamilton.
SHARES
5 November 2008
Ronaldo, Messi, Torres, Casillas, Kaka, Villa, Ibrahimovic, Aguero, Ferdinand, Gerrard.
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4 November 2008
FFT.com's Gregg Davies checks in with another helping of life on tour with Chelsea...
SHARES
4 November 2008
If a week is a long time in football or politics, a year can seem an eternity.

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