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7 December 2011
At last, the issue of FourFourTwo you’ve all been waiting for. Yes, it’s that time of year again: the world’s biggest football magazine picks the 100 Best Players from around the world. We’ve got goosebumps just thinking about what you’ll make of it.
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6 December 2011
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the StatsZone app – from FFT and Opta, available now – to preview Champions League matchday six's biggest fixtures...   
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6 December 2011
It was the kind of comment that gets La Liga Loca quite cross. Arms folded, feet stamping cross.
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5 December 2011
In the season of giving, Manchester United have gone tight. This is a very different team to the one which was conceding 15 or more shots in every game no matter the opposition Ã¢Â€Â“ even Bolton managed 22. United won 5-0 at the Reebok but they're no longer so carefree: they've scored a single goal in each of the last seven Premier League matches.
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2 December 2011
Precocious talent is nothing new in the Eredivisie: every season one seems to emerge from obscurity. No exception with the latest off the production line, whose rise has coincided with his team's resurgence. In a short space of time the supremely gifted AZ prodigy Adam Maher has gone from a relative unknown to the name everyone is talking about.
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2 December 2011
ZonalMarking.net's Michael Cox uses the StatsZone app – from FFT and Opta, available now – to preview the weekend fixtures...
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2 December 2011
SaturdaySporting (18th) v Real Madrid (1st) - 18.00 (all kick-offs local time)One of the season’s finest moments came during the AS awards ceremony dinner held on Monday - not the usual location for hi-jinks and fun. A mischievous tyke had decided to put Cristiano Ronaldo and Atlético Madrid president Enrique Cerezo together on the same table, just two days after the Rojiblancos - and Luis Perea in particular - had dished out a bit of punishment to Ronaldo’s ankle during Saturday’s derby. The general argument between the pair can be summarised as “your mob are a dirty bunch,” more or less followed by "well you lot started it and are worse", although the Atlético president failed to remember Marcelo’s name, something that can’t be said of a section of his club’s more racist support. But the confrontation was all about Ronaldo’s icy stare - a gaze not even Paddington Bear could hope to equal. LLL Prediction - Away win 

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