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24 January 2011
Neymar da Silva is taking the South American Youth Championships in Peru by storm. Here, TV Globo’s football commentator Jon Cotterill explains why the Brazilian reminds him of the Manchester United icon
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24 January 2011
It’s all going really well for Hearts now. After taking Celtic’s scalp earlier in the season, they’ve only gone and done the same to Rangers to elevate their chances of challenging for the SPL title.  What could possibly go wrong?
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24 January 2011
Small, fast, skilful, elusive: Udinese forwards Antonio Di Natale and Alexis Sanchez are the odd couple of Serie A, as no other side in the top flight play with a diminutive front-two who possess such exquisite technical qualities.
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24 January 2011
Needing, as you do, a picture of Peter Bonetti, we noticed these two consecutive images on the Press Association's search engine. Perhaps it was the spirit of punk floating down the King's Road, but it looks like the Cat had been dragged through a few hedges in 1977...
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24 January 2011
Hello, hello - it’s good to be back, it’s good to be back. No, not Gary Glitter - he’s never coming back - rather Heroes and Villains, which makes its long-awaited return to FourFourTwo.com following a snow/eggnog/FA Cup-enforced month-long hiatus.
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24 January 2011
The top end of the table saw mixed fortunes for the two Manchester clubs this weekend; United continued to astound everyone with their unbeaten run, with opponents Birmingham City giving them a helping hand in the opening minutes.
21 January 2011
FFT's Jonathan Fadugba looks at the rise and rise of Africa's finest, Samuel Eto'o...
21 January 2011
"I'm into diving. Scuba diving, not muff diving"
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21 January 2011
On paper it isn’t a cracking weekend of Premier League action, but at least it goes on forever: previous cancellations mean the fixtures keep on coming all the way up until Wednesday. Hurrah! Football!

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