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20 April 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the StatsZone app – from FFT & Opta, available now – to preview the best of this weekend's Premier League action...
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20 April 2012
The Trotters have made a bit of a boo-boo, Back of the Net's John Foster takes up the story...
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19 April 2012
Last night's Champions League semi-final at Stamford Bridge featured a sustained attacking threat from Barcelona thwarted by a brilliant rearguard action from Chelsea, as shown by the StatsZone app – from FFT & Opta, available now...
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19 April 2012
In March 2007 FourFourTwo had a sit-down with Chelsea's Didier Drogba, then-contender for Player of the Year and star striker under Jose Mourinho. He explained how he made it to the top, how he reacted to accusations of diving, and why he owes a great debt to Hernan Crespo and Andriy Shevchenko.
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18 April 2012
Ha! La Liga Loca knew it! José Mourinho will be moving back to the Premier League over the summer, after all. That’s the only reason the blog can think of to explain why the Madrid manager didn’t follow his standard operating procedure after footballing setbacks: either publicly blasting the referee for being a UEFA-conspiracy stooge or privately waiting for him by his car to rant about ruining his life. 
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18 April 2012
As the European champions arrive in West London to face Chelsea, Back of the Net's Paul Watson reveals a major oversight in their pre-match scouting...
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18 April 2012
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the StatsZone app – from FFT & Opta, available now – to preview Wednesday's Champions League semi-final...
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17 April 2012
Love or hate them, Ajax are unignorable. Those who wrote them off as title challengers made one grave miscalculation. At the helm is a street fighter, the most capped outfield Dutch international, a natural born winner.
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17 April 2012
Let’s face it, Real Madrid have had a bit of cosy time of it in the Champions League so far this season.

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