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23 August 2011
Those football fans in Spain unable to stay up to the ludicrous time of one in the morning last Wednesday to see Spain’s Supercopa second leg clash, but who wanted to catch up with all the net-busting action on the state broadcaster’s 24-hours news channel RTVE, would have seen some shocking sights from the Camp Nou over their ham and cornflakes the next day.
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22 August 2011
A Swiss businessman with a waxed moustache starts his daily commute to the office. He takes the train and from the carriage window sees a motley group of youngsters kicking what could be described as a primitive ball on a strip of wasteland.
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22 August 2011
The goodies and the goofers from the weekend's Premier League action, as rated by James Maw
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19 August 2011
Like a lot, we've been playing about with the Stats Zone app and we've been wondering what might happen this weekend. Here's some thoughts…
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19 August 2011
There is a general belief in the circles of Turkish football that to become recognised as a great of the national game, you must conquer Europe.
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19 August 2011
With the start of the Serie A season still just over a week away, there was an opportunity to gauge the fitness and form of AC Milan, Inter and Juventus when Italy’s three major clubs met in Thursday’s TIM Trophy in Bari.
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19 August 2011
ESPN commentator Jon Champion is back to preview the Premier League's weekend games...
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19 August 2011
SportingLast Season 10thPrediction 10thLLL has a sneaky feeling that Manuel Preciado’s sixth season in charge in Gijon is going to be his most comfortable one, with no repetition of last year’s relegation and flirtation with getting well and truly fired. This does mean, of course, that Sporting are set to finish bottom of the pile, with the blog’s curse now firmly planted upon the club.
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18 August 2011
Rayo VallecanoLast Season 2nd in SegundaPrediction 20th (relegated)Having enjoyed the festivities in Rayo’s peculiar three-sided stadium for the promotion party and the subsequent booze-up in Vallecas, it would be fantastic if the blog could predict a glorious return to top-flight football for the side. But that simply isn’t going to be the case. Instead, it’s going to be an awful, forgettable season for the People’s Republic of Rayo.

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