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16 September 2011
FourFourTwo's new signing Michael Cox – editor of ZonalMarking.net – starts his regular Premier League preview by concentrating on the weekend's two big games, using the Stats Zone app from FFT and Opta...
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16 September 2011
ESPN's man with the mic Jon Champion looks ahead to the weekend's Premier League action.
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15 September 2011
Lights, camera, action! Amid a haze of uncertainty, the Turkish Super Lig finally got underway last weekend.
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15 September 2011
On Monday evening, Cagliari's press office issued a statement on the club's website. Nothing strange about that, you might think.  Except this wasn't another banal training update or a new ticket offer, rather an odd call for help from the club's owner Massimo Cellino.
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15 September 2011
With an average age of 29.2, AC Milan have the oldest squad in the Champions League – and on Tuesday evening at the Camp Nou it showed in the way the team played as a mature unit.
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14 September 2011
The Champions League only really starts for LLL when the blog reads the annual “Real Madrid are going for La Décima!” headlines in the local papers.
14 September 2011
"I've been at Napoli when the fans have set fire to the seats"
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13 September 2011
There’s a storm brewing! The weather in America is both weird and wonderful. I’ve been living in sunshine for most of it, but the last weekend of August we has a hurricane (she was called Irene). That’s on top of the earthquake we had a few days previously, which in itself was a new experience. I honestly didn’t know what was happening. I was looking at everyone they were all looking at me just in total amazement as the room began to shake.  
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13 September 2011
It’s all very well Barça being the Goody Two-Shoes, helping old ladies across the road kind of club with their wholesome values, but that doesn’t help at all when it comes to any kind of confrontation, at which stage Pep’s Dream Boysn usually turn into namby-pamby, jiggling jelly-fish.
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13 September 2011
As another European football season kicks off, Italian football faces what F. Scott Fitzgerald once described as the ultimate test of human intelligence: knowing that things are hopeless but acting as if they aren’t.

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