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27 September 2011
Neil Warnock has never been a man to mince his words.
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27 September 2011
Tactics guru Michael Cox – editor of ZonalMarking.net – starts his regular Champions League preview by concentrating on three of this week's most intriguing European ties, using the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta...
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27 September 2011
Did you have a Super Weekend? The Dutch did, for that was the name given to the most recent Eredivisie clashes, centring around two battles between the division's top-four sides as AZ welcomed Feyenoord and Ajax entertained FC Twente.
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27 September 2011
Both Barcelona and Real Madrid can claim to have been more than entertaining in their respective weekend victories. The first 15 seconds at the Santiago Bernabeu, for example, were particularly compelling.
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27 September 2011
FourFourTwo.com's James Maw attributes fairly arbitrary ratings to each of the Premier League's 20 clubs on the basis of their performances this weekend - just to keep himself busy...
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26 September 2011
Prove your Premier League hunches with the Stats Zone app from FFT & Opta... try it today!
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26 September 2011
Good DayLeo MessiAn un-flippin’-believable performance from the scruffy-haired Argentine genius, who has now scored 12 goals with nine assists in all competitions this season.La Liga Loca was catching the game in a very partisan bar outside the Santiago Bernabeu straight after Madrid’s 6-2 over Rayo, and the response from the locals to Messi’s hat-trick was a mixture of admiration, disbelief and complete annoyance. Probably similar to Atlético’s back four in the Camp Nou who were largely powerless to stop Messi’s mayhem. Atlético Madrid were given one proper chance in the game - a strike against the bar from Tiago after four minutes - and that was it. When Barça are in the mood there really is no stopping them. “They’re from another planet,” gasped Atlético Madrid keeper, Thibaut Courtois, in wise agreement.
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26 September 2011
As City return to winning ways, United make their first slip and Arsenal actually win a football match, Mark Booth runs through the weekend's Premier League goodies and baddies...
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23 September 2011
Claudio Ranieri knows what the inferno looks like. He doesn’t need to read Dante. He doesn’t need Virgil to be his guide.

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