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19 October 2011
There’s something special about Heerenveen. For one, they're from Friesland – the only one of the dozen Dutch regions to have its own dialect (West Frisian). And their stadium is the only one in the top flight to be named after a club legend: Abe Lenstra.
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19 October 2011
As Wayne Rooney returns to making headlines for the right reason with two Champions League goals against Otelul Galati, Declan Warrington explains why the Manchester United star must be included in Fabio Capello's squad for Euro 2012, despite his three-match ban...
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19 October 2011
Tactics guru Michael Cox – editor of ZonalMarking.net – returns with more Champions League analysis using the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta... 
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19 October 2011
Annibale Frossi was short sighted. As a member of Italy’s gold medal-winning team at the 1936 Olympics, the whippet-like winger - once clocked running the 100m with the ball at his feet in 11.4 seconds - had to wear a pair of round-rimmed spectacles.
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19 October 2011
When it comes across English football, the delicate and snooty LLL is rather like Frasier’s Niles Crane confronted with an evening of cage fighting – in that it finds it crass, brutish, violent but also a bit of a tingly turn-on. Exposure to Rooney & Co. often necessitates a shower. For several reasons.
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18 October 2011
Journalist and Southampton fan Chris Cox explains how Southampton's surprising decision to axe Alan Pardew last August has boosted the Hampshire side...
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17 October 2011
Another weekend of Premier League action analysed with the Stats Zone app from FFT & Opta... try it today! 

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