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9 December 2008
Welcome to Chapter Two of our rundown of the best 50 football books ever. If you missed numbers 50 to 41, they're here. Or read on for more...
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9 December 2008
When Atlético wheezed and panted their way into fourth place and the Champions League last season, their passport-waving fans must have imagined for several blissful moments that the new campaign would be all muffins in Milan and lager in London. Along with the occasional on-pitch pulverising by eight-foot tall Commies thrown in for good measure. But, with Atleti being Atleti being Atleti, things didn’t quite turn out as the long suffering supporters may have imagined. On a purely sporting sense, the club’s first Big League outing since 1897 has been a hats in the air roaring success with the rojiblancos qualifying for the next phase with a game to spare.
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9 December 2008
They say you should never go back, but in Italy coaches have little choice but to return to the scene of their crimes.
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8 December 2008
Stuck for a book this Christmas?
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8 December 2008
Let's be honest: bar the cracker at Goodison, this was hardly an enthralling weekend of Premier League action.
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8 December 2008
Robins fan Nick Judd salivates over the managerial contenders as Swindon prepare to name their new man... 
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8 December 2008
Jeremy has finally spoken.It looked odds on that Jeremy Menez would land the title of 'flop of the season so far' as we head towards the winter break, but the plucky French lad finally answered his ever-growing band of critics at the weekend.A cavalier performance along the flanks for AS Roma at Chievo, culminated in the perfect coupe de grace with a stunning angled volley to give the Romans their fourth consecutive league win.
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8 December 2008
GOOD DAYRecreativoThose crazy folk on the blog who have been noting that Recreativo are not as rubbish as their lowly position suggested - the reverse situation currently being enjoyed by Deportivo - can slap themselves on the back, as they have been proved right with the free-scoring Huelvans giving Mallorca a 3-2 kicking in the Balearics to lift them off the bottom. Thierry HenryStill a deeply unlovable, unhuggable figure but it was nice to see another week of complaining and cry-babying ending with a hat-trick on Saturday night. And another bout of wrist-kissing, of course. Aside from that, there isn’t too much else to be said about Barcelona by the rapidly-running-out-of-ideas-blog at the moment. Better than the rest of the clubs in the Primera (except Getafe) put together. And with hundreds and thousands sprinkled on top.
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5 December 2008
VIDEO STARS OF THE WEEK: FFT.com brings you the finest and funniest action from the past seven days. Starting, of course, with own goals... 

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