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2 June 2011
It's time for the third installment of FourFourTwo.com's Premier League report cards. Today we look at four teams who had a very good season, and one who did alright for six months or so... Our ratings are a reflection of pre-season expectations and the campaign as a whole - not just the Premier League.
"I'm terrified of spiders"
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1 June 2011
The Samba Kings are dead; long live the Samba Kings. That’s the main focus of the new July issue of FourFourTwo, out in all good stores – and some distinctly average ones – from today.
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1 June 2011
The end of the season is upon us so it’s time for Part One of LLL’s annual ratings and slatings - heavy on the slatings, to be fair - of the season of every team in la Primera, along with each side's highlights and lowlights. Heck, we'll also throw in the pre-season predictions so you can see where LLL went right and very wrong at the beginning of campaign...
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1 June 2011
We continue our analysis of the Premier League season with a look at five more sides - all of whom seem to have largely had a 'season of two halves'...
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31 May 2011
With the 2010/11 season now done and dusted, FourFourTwo.com assesses the campaigns of the Premier League's 20 clubs, starting with Arsenal, Aston Villa, Birmingham, Blackburn and Blackpool. Our ratings are a reflection of pre-season expectations and the campaign as a whole - not just the league...
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31 May 2011
While many will argue Barcelona’s masterclass against Manchester United on Saturday was the best Champions League-related performance of the season, La Liga Loca would suggest such praise is misplaced, as Marca blew them out of the water with an even more incredible display of creativity...
"It cost City £350 million to win a trophy worth £2 million!"
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27 May 2011
Champions editor Paul Simpson unleashes some random thoughts ahead of the Wembley finalA century before certain notable events happened in England, 1866 was a great year for Argentinian football: Angelo Messi was born. Seventeen years on, Lionel Messi’s great-great-great-grandfather set sail from Italy to Rosario, a journey that transformed football more than a century later. The glorious talent that so conspicuously lights up Argentina could have inspired the Azzurri.

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