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16 November 2011
Self-(deprecatingly) described "journeyman footballer" turned manager-for-hire Iffy Onuora on a peculiarly English cultural reaction...
15 November 2011
Germany and Holland are two of world football's greatest rivals. When the two teams were set to meety at Euro 2004, FourFourTwo presented a More Than A Game special incorporating two views -“ the Dutch and the German -“ on this great, historic rivalry; a true battle, it seems, of good versus evil. 
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15 November 2011
That a football coach is managing to refrain from physically assaulting members of the opposition technical team, insulting rival coaches or being rude about their own players, bosses and various institutional organisations is something that should be roundly applauded.
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15 November 2011
Bernie Reeves maps the continuing rise of the German game...
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14 November 2011
After a six year hiatus, the greatest grudge match in European football is back.
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11 November 2011
It’s Euro 2012 play-off time, with eight sides looking to book a trip to Poland and Ukraine next summer. Zonal Marking's Michael Cox uses StatsZone - available now at the iTunes App Store - to pinpoint a key player for each match…
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11 November 2011
An economist at the University of Portsmouth has recommended that Premier League clubs televise more games, as it would result in far greater TV revenue at the cost of only a slight decrease in match-day gate revenue.
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10 November 2011
Referee Mike Dean stopped play at Ewood Park for seven minutes on Saturday as Chelsea’s medical staff tended to Petr Čech’s bloodied nose.
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10 November 2011
A Mohican-sporting young punk renewing a contract with his club in Brazil shouldn’t really be moving any mountains in Spain, but that’s what’s happening on Wednesday, with 'Real Madrid starlet' Neymar hitting the headlines and causing a right old stir in the Spanish capital.

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