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7 May 2015
Champions League semis and administrative toy-depramming with Tim Stannard...
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6 May 2015
The 24-year-old has hit top form since returning from another injury layoff, and Paul Wilkes says he embodies everything Pep Guardiola wants in Bavaria...
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6 May 2015
Leo Moynihan speaks to Spurs' rising midfield star about temporary stints, Mauricio Pochettino and a breakthrough year in the Premier League...
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Dom Walbanke chats to Tony Britten, the Norfolk native of many talents who penned football's most famed score...
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5 May 2015
The twin cities' footballing arm is already throwing punches in American soccer's second tier, but Kristan Heneage says this sporting-mad hotspot has plenty to look forward to when its MLS club is established...
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5 May 2015
A month has passed, and you know what that means: not only is summer 30-days closer but it’s new issue time! Get your hands on a copy from May 6, available in print and on iPad...
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5 May 2015
Newcastle’s manager has taken an extreme measure to try to recharge his side’s fight against relegation, Back of the Net can reveal...
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5 May 2015
The Italian returns to his old stomping ground when Real Madrid take on Juve in Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg, but Greg Lea says his welcome won't be pretty....
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4 May 2015
Tim Stannard rounds up Matchday 35 of a La Liga campaign still gathering pace at either end of the table...
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4 May 2015
After publicly apologising to a journalist he accused of being an ostrich, Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has told friends he still believes Ian Baker to be a large flightless bird, writes Back of the Net...

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