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8 September 2008
If European football’s elite are good for anything, it’s ensuring those at the pinnacle of the game get adequate recognition for their achievements.
SHARES
8 September 2008
Cracking stuff for Italy at the weekend. Well, cracking in the sense of a broken rib, broken wrist and dislocated shoulder.Such have been the ills and misfortunes suffered by Azzurri players Fabio Grossi, Alessandro Gamberini and Gennaro Gattuso in the last 48 hours.While the first two suffered their injuries in the get-out-of-jail win in Cyprus which had the Italian press letting out a collective sight of relief - “Italy by the skin of their teeth,” ran the headline in Gazzetta dello Sport – the Milan man pulled off something of a freak injury.Falling into the dug-out during a training game on Sunday, the midfield enforcer fractured his wrist and will spend the next month or so no doubt having his Rossoneri team-mates scribbling get well messages on his plaster-cast.
SHARES
8 September 2008
"Tick, tock, tick, tock...” La Liga Loca had itself a big old alarm clock running, last week.
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5 September 2008
Is it just me or do you all think that Robinho isn’t getting enough media coverage lately?
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5 September 2008
Mike Holden casts his eye over Plymouth's new international signing... 
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5 September 2008
Earlier in the week FourFourTwo.com was able to exclusively reveal the deciding factor in Fabio Capello’s decision to include Jimmy Bullard in his squad for Saturday’s game with Andorra and Wednesday night’s crucial clash in Croatia.
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5 September 2008
The traditional late August start to Serie A means that it’s back to the beach as the league closes down for the international break.Well, summer is winding down and with Italy off to Cyprus for what should be a winning start to the defence of their World Cup crown, fans up and down the country are at a loose end.Well, they are going to have to get used to it because the way things are going travelling support will become a thing of the past.Following Napoli’s duel in the sun last Sunday, not only are the fans of the southern club banned from away games for the rest of the season, but when the action resumes next weekend no Fiorentina supporters will be allowed into the San Paolo while their AC Milan counterparts will not grace the streets of Genoa.
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5 September 2008
Like Ever Banega when his internet connection cuts out just as he has started to get going, as it were, the Spanish football fan has been left limp and lifeless by the underwhelming arrival of another international week. After just one week of thrills and spills, the league has been put on hold for a fortnight as a bunch of other sporting stuff happens elsewhere in the world.

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