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4 October 2012
Blogger and FourFourTwo contributor Ben McAleer explains why fans of this year's Premier League representatives in the Europa League should relish their team's involvement...
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4 October 2012
Gotta love the internet: it allows us to reach across oceans in pursuit of common interests. And to share brilliant things. Like this image which was tweeted to Bolton Wanderers' official feed by Korean fan @fe201087.   
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4 October 2012
There is no doubt the teams to have shone brightest in Ligue 1 so far this season have been Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain.
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4 October 2012
The Gunners have adopted an unusual approach to rehabilitation, so says Back of the Net's John Foster...
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3 October 2012
La Liga Loca is planning a film of the last five months of Carles Puyol’s life. To do so, we will need a bit of money from FourFourTwo’s coffers, a lease on Brian May’s hair and Bruce Willis under strict instructions to play the sort of beaten up, down-on-his-luck, tough cookie, Last Boy Scout character the American dined out on in the 90s after such a promising comic start with Moonlighting.
3 October 2012
"AC Milan can win the Champions League. We are second to no one in Italy or the rest of Europe"
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3 October 2012
Futurology is a difficult business. As anyone who's followed FourFourTwo since 1994 will know, some of our Boy's A Bit Special predictions have turned out rather ordinary. But then, sometimes you just know when a player is on the cusp of greatness. And just as it's better to travel than to arrive, sometimes the excitement of anticipation is the best of all.
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2 October 2012
It all began sometime last season, if not before - ten months in la Liga is about five years for everyone else. A reportedly heated training ground gripe involving Sergio Ramos and José Mourinho was said to have featured the Portuguese coach moaning at the defender for failing to give him his full backing after a Copa del Rey defeat to Barcelona and for ignoring his instructions with regards to defending set-pieces.
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2 October 2012
No, it's not the end of Roberto Mancini's reign, but the official announcement of a tie-up with popular cloth-floggers Hugo Boss. Cue a photo-opportunity that evidently doesn't, erm, suit every player as much as it does the urbane Mancini.

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