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2 September 2008
Fan Nick Judd keeps one eye on transfer deadline day with not half as much anticipation as his counterparts from Manchesters City or United...
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2 September 2008
If a week is a long time in politics, a day’s an eternity in football.
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2 September 2008
As the transfer window slammed shut promptly at 7pm on Monday evening, a grand total of €500million had made its way out of the coffers of the 20 Serie A sides.Needless to say, leading the way were money-bags Inter who took their spending spree for the summer to nearly €67m, topping it off with a bit of late shopping for Ricardo Quaresma.President Massimo Moratti had initially vetoed the move for the Porto winger after throwing a bit of a moody when Jose Mourinho could only muster up a 1-1 draw at Sampdoria, but that lasted all of a couple of hours as he was soon happily signing a cheque for around €24.6m.Mourinho had got his way once again and the arrival of the 24-year-old must now herald the end for Luis Figo’s days of trying to beat a man.
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2 September 2008
In the end 40 million had a rather pleasing symmetry to it.
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2 September 2008
What better way to spend a Monday than eagerly watching the likes of lovable Scottish ‘cheeky chappie’ Jim White and his fellow sports news presenters aimlessly stumble their way through a whole raft of tedious transfer rumours and tittle-tattle in?
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2 September 2008
I was at a party with Zinedine Zidane last week.
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1 September 2008
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1 September 2008
Boca Juniors, it could be argued, are moving into a new era.
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1 September 2008
Tucked away tightly between a high-scoring weekend of Premier League action and an almost certainly equally frantic transfer deadline day, Fabio Capello last night named his first competitive England squad.

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