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1 October 2010
In FourFourTwo this month: An interview with the world’s greatest footballer and plenty of other football peeps who aren’t half bad either
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1 October 2010
Portugal’s representatives in Europe played their second continental group matches last week, and enjoyed quite differing degrees of success.
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1 October 2010
“You have to respect the glory,” says Alex Sabella. Various sectors of the press, the fans and the world have not exactly been forthcoming in lavishing praise on his Estudiantes side in recent weeks, and the men from La Plata are not happy about this lack of respect.
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1 October 2010
Following Australian football at the moment is a bit like standing in the women’s changing rooms when your girlfriend wants some advice on a dress. While you should be focusing on what’s in front of you, something you obviously hold dear, you can’t quite draw your gaze away from the cubicle next door, where the curtain has been left slightly open by the curvy blond trying on a mini skirt.
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1 October 2010
Sure, it may be Chelsea-Arsenal on Sunday, but there are a couple of derbies on the other side of the Iron Curtain which might also pique your interest…
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1 October 2010
Saturday
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1 October 2010
West Brom winning at the Emirates? Last-placed West Ham beating Champions League-scaling Spurs? Chelsea and Manchester United dropping points?
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1 October 2010
Heading into the last round of fixtures before yet another international break, just five points separate nineteen of the twenty in Serie A, with only Udinese off the pace on one point so far.
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1 October 2010
As a bus snakes its way out of Lyon in the dead of night, four Saint-Étienne players gather around a table to watch a YouTube clip on a MacBook Pro, the screen’s brightness lighting up the smiles on their ecstatic faces. Its owner is sat fidgeting in front of the keyboard, pressing play, then rewind over and over again with childish abandon.
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30 September 2010
The Newport County player overhit the ball, which spun over the pitchside hoarding and landed squarely on a plastic table by the refreshment bar. It hit a cup of tea, splattering the contents over its owner, a wheelchair-bound Hayes & Yeading Utd fan.

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