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25 March 2009
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24 March 2009
FFT.com's Rob Burnett finds the 10 best goal celebrations on YouTube
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24 March 2009
Some obsessions are truly magnificent. Sir Alex Ferguson’s love affair with the European Cup is worthy of Captain Ahab and Moby Dick.
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23 March 2009
James Maw of FFT.com's sister site Talentspotter marks this weekend's Premier League performances out of 10. Rate the players by following the links – or argue your point below
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23 March 2009
It was one of the most brutal sackings of Rome since the Gauls came to town, but this time there was no Gallic influence. David Trezeguet was left pouting on the bench as Sam the Eagle took flight.Vincenzo Iaquinta does bear a passing resemblance to the American Eagle out of Sesame Street, but he is no muppet when it comes to finding the net.While all the talk after Juventus took an under-strength - and in the end an under-age Roma side - apart was whether Pavel Nedved should play on for another season, it was big Vinny who stole the headlines with his brace.
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21 March 2009
There’s a kid from where I hail called ‘Mozam.’ He’s got a big hooter. Or beak.
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20 March 2009
SaturdayVillarreal (4th) vs Athletic (13th)One of the best wheelers and dealers in the transfer market last summer was Villarreal - simply through their admirable achievement of beating off (not in the Ever Banega sense) big guns who were coveting their shiniest stars. Despite the likes of Madrid attempting to crowbar Cazorla away from El Madrigal, the squad remained largely intact. But it may be a very different situation come June, when not even a legion of scarecrows will be able to frighten off the predators circling the stadium. Or so says, Villarreal president, Fernando Roig.“There could be a lot of changes,” admits Roig, confessing that the current CRISIS could take its toll on his club. “I don’t know if we will be capable of managing (not to sell) again,” said, Villarreal suit, José Manuel Llaneza on the multimillion euro bids expected for Pascal Cygan this summer. LLL Prediction - Home winSevilla (3rd) vs Valladolid (9th)The subject of Diego Capel is a divisive one in Spanish footie. Some say he is a half-decent but diving cheat boy who cannot cross. Others feel the Sevilla winger is the genuine bees knees. One thing that is for certain this year is that opposition players have adapted their game to Capel’s theatrical stylings.

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