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18 March 2011
The Tricolore was flying proudly around Italy yesterday as the country celebrated 105 years of unity.
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17 March 2011
The ongoing Japanese disaster is a matter much bigger than football, but three fans have set up a very interesting tribute aimed at British fans, clubs – and fans of esoteric music.
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17 March 2011
Valeriy Lobanovskiy was a man with the Midas touch. “Golden generation” is a term bandied about all too freely these days, but the pioneering coach was able to forge great sides during each of his three spells in charge of Dynamo Kyiv between 1973 and 2002.
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17 March 2011
Greetings again dear reader(s?). At long last, this week Your Fearless Reporter has convened the national team for the Nations Cup qualifier in Nigeria at the end of March.
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16 March 2011
Burly Russian chaps administering a kicking, guns and blackmail; it all sounds very 007 and definitely not goings-on you’d expect at a football club, but things look like they could get very ugly for Dan Petrescu and chums at Kuban Krasnodar in the not-too-distant future.
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16 March 2011
There’s a whiff of something stinky in the air in Madrid - and this time it’s not the illegally high levels of air pollution in the atmosphere. Well, it is but there is something more. It’s the dank whiff caused of millions of fluttery tummies, with Real Madrid just hours away from kicking-off against Lyon in the last-16 Champions League - the exact stage at which the club has suffered from ‘performance issues’ over the last six seasons.
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16 March 2011
Three weeks ago Julio Cesar walked home from the San Siro after his fumble in the Champions League Last-16 first leg against Bayern Munich enabled Mario Gomez to score the only goal of the game in the dying moments.
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16 March 2011
As far as comebacks go, last weekend’s A-League Grand Final was Manchester United vs Bayern in '99, Travolta in Pulp Fiction and Lazarus popping his head out of a cave after a ‘lie down’ all rolled into one.
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15 March 2011
Not for a month have we had reason to talk about goalkeepers. There’s been the a mistake here and there, the odd flap, the occasional shove or misreading of a situation, but not since Javier García’s misfortune in goal for Boca on day one of the 2011 Clausura has the debate focused on the number ones. When you have Riquelme and Messi, what else do you need to talk about, right?

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