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15 July 2011
When Juande Ramos popped up in eastern Ukraine last October to replace Volodymyr Bessonov as manager of Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, there was a renewed hope of establishing a third way. A way of breaking that long-standing duopoly in the Premier League and finally usurping the “big two”.
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15 July 2011
While the Catalan press is stuck in an endless Alexis Sánchez-Cesc Fabregas loop of infinite doom, over in Madrid it’s party time. The forces of Mordor are over in Los Angeles for a 13 day pre-season jaunt, and this return to action has given Marca an opportunity to do what they do best - fawn over The Special One like a nine-year-old girl with a Justin Bieber doll.
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14 July 2011
English football apologists sometimes talk of the pressure of history weighing heavily on the shoulders of the current squad, preventing them from playing with any freedom or even happiness.
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13 July 2011
New writer Declan Warrington worries that Harry Redknapp may have set his own bar too high
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13 July 2011
Roving writer Stefan Bienkowski peeks behind the bamboo curtain to see if a potential sleeping giant is waking up...
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12 July 2011
While he may have been criticised for not partaking in the national anthem, Lionel Messi was certainly on song in his new role, as Argentina finally clicked into gear.
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12 July 2011
Back in July 2008, FourFourTwo introduced a Balkan schemer by the name of Luka Modric. In the light of current transfer rumours, what he had to say then is very interesting – not least the words, "big, fat contract"...
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11 July 2011
A lot has been said about the early rounds of this year’s Copa America, most of it criticism of the lack of goals thus far.
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11 July 2011
Massimo Moratti’s morning reading will be a spot shorter from now on after the Inter owner decided to boycott La Gazzetta dello Sport for joining in the chorus of calls for the Nerazzurri to be stripped of their 2006 Serie A title.

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