SHARES
15 February 2011
In any normal, functioning, right-thinking dimension, the return of Raúl to Spanish shores for the first time since heading off to Schalke would have produced the journalistic equivalent of marching bands and nudey cheerleaders in the Madridista Marca with ‘el Gran Capitán’ popping into Valencia’s Mestalla stadium for Tuesday’s Champions League clash.
SHARES
15 February 2011
Move aside Rangers and Celtic, here is a rivalry and hatred arguably much more fierce than the two Glasgow giants.
SHARES
15 February 2011
This blog is a literary experiment. Before you hit the back button, I'll explain. There is a silvery black hole on my laptop keyboard where the letter 'j' should be. I must therefore contemplate the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League without calling on the tenth letter of the alphabet. This does mean the usual lengthy, occasionally turgid analysis will be replaced with a few half-formed, probably derivative thoughts.
SHARES
15 February 2011
Weekend rounds ups will be taking the form of Team of the Week this season, but don’t go thinking that it’ll make it a love-in with the great and the good –the weekends winners and, where necessary, losers, will feature in equal measure. And don’t expect tactical orthodoxy every week...
SHARES
15 February 2011
FourFourTwo.com features editor James Maw reveals the (extended) weekend's Premier League goodies and baddies
SHARES
14 February 2011
Watching 3DTV has turned FourFourTwo magazine editor David Hall not so much square-eyed as cube-eyed...
SHARES
14 February 2011
Costinha last week rocked Portuguese football - and in particular, Sporting - when he gave a candid, tell-all interview to Sport TV. The now former Director of Football was anything but coy as the interviewer asked question after question about the current state of the club.
SHARES
14 February 2011
It was certainly a blockbuster weekend in Serie A, what with a historical epic, a coming of age tale, a feel-good flick, and a heist caper all hitting the screens.
SHARES
14 February 2011
According to Sir Alex Ferguson, Old Trafford witnessed ”the greatest goal ever scored at the stadium” during Saturday's Manchester derby.
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