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24 June 2011
Ed Malyon tells us why new champs Vélez Sársfield are different to other Argentinian clubs.
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24 June 2011
Football came home, and what a fine house-guest it once again was. Vithushan Ehantharajah conjures up some notable memories
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24 June 2011
Kun Agüero had a cunning plan. Drop the stink-bomb to his Atlético Madrid bosses that he wanted out; leg it to Argentina; wait for the offers to come rolling in – preferably from Real Madrid to save the hassle of moving house. There was only one problem with the plan: it was rubbish.
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24 June 2011
To complete our week marking the 15th anniversary of Euro 96, here's a piece from Jonathan Wilson looking back at a summer which wasn't always halcyon, but was eventually unforgettable 
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23 June 2011
Some say it was English merchants who introduced football to Kazakhstan early in the 20th Century during Tsarist times at Semey – then known as Semipalatinsk – a trading post in the north-east of the country close to the Russian border. Never before has an Englishman managed in the central Asian republic, though.
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23 June 2011
With the Premier League only just hitting its stride, Euro 96 was the greatest collection of talent the English had hosted in three decades. Lauren Childs, Vithushan Ehantharajah and Gary Parkinson pick the best.
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23 June 2011
Continuing our series marking 15 years since Euro 96. In summer 2008, FourFourTwo asked several of the key figures for their memories. Read on...
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22 June 2011
DECEMBERAnother month in la Liga began with Spain more than a little freaked out by the memory of a chastened, crestfallen José Mourinho admitting that the better side won a game of football, without a single excuse or rant being deployed in the process. That was Mourinho’s response from Real Madrid's Camp Nou thrashing by Barcelona at the end of November, and was downright disturbing.
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22 June 2011
Being the maverick that I am – or like to think I am – and with plenty more attacking players worthy of consideration than defenders, I’ve opted for an adventurous 3-3-1-3 formation ÃƒÂ  la Chile under Marcelo Bielsa...
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22 June 2011
It's 15 years since Euro 96, and here's more from FourFourTwo's contemporary coverage. Thanks to England's demolition of the Dutch, Scotland were in the last eight for 16 minutes – and Olivia Blair was with the Tartan Army at Villa Park

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