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14 October 2011
With Northern Ireland's qualification campaign ending in embarrassment and acrimony, Nigel Worthington has stepped down as manager. Ralph Hewitt examines the evidence
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13 October 2011
After the international break it's back to the domestic Serie A action this weekend, and James Horncastle highlights five special new talents to watch
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12 October 2011
It would appear that yet another attribute of the calm, collected and possibly frequently napping Vicente del Bosque is that the Spain manager isn't one to hold a grudge. Well, not when it’s not completely justified.
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11 October 2011
Like a Getafe fan club meeting, Pep Guardiola is a lonely voice crying out in the darkness.  A couple of weeks ago, the Barça boss pleaded for institutional peace at the Camp Nou between his current and former presidents – but Joan Laporta’s threat to take civil and legal action against Sandro Rosell and his buddies on the Barcelona board suggests that this appeal has fallen on deaf ears.
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10 October 2011
River Plate’s life in the second tier of Argentine football is going pretty much as planned. Unbeaten after the first nine games, they went top again with a 7-1 midweek win over Atlanta.
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10 October 2011
The international break in Spain is normally dull at the best of times, but especially so this last week, what with Vicente Del Bosque’s men having qualified for Euro 2012 way back in 2007.
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9 October 2011
Some folk can't cope with not being the centre of attention, says Declan Warrington
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7 October 2011
Bert van Marwijk had to see the man on everyone’s lips for himself, even if it meant undertaking a rare scouting mission outside of The Netherlands.
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7 October 2011
When you think of African football, which teams spring to mind? The Black Stars of Ghana? Nigeria, resplendent in green and white? Perhaps you think of Cameroon and the sepia-tinted images of Roger Milla running jubilantly to make silent love to a corner flag. Or Egypt, the North African powerhouses that have dominated the continent for half a decade. Morocco, Tunisia and South Africa are others that have carved storylines and success into the rockface of African football's recent history.

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