1. EPL: Consistent Form Makes Barton a Liability

    Most of Newcastle United’s experience of recidivism concerns their team's tendency to inflict psychological abuse on successive generations of supporters by persistently failing to tread the straight and narrow path to major trophies...

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  2. Spain's Euro 2008 Crown a Deserved Triumph

    Spain made winning Euro 2008 look decidedly easy, but a major tournament triumph does not come by accident. Here’s how Spain’s first big title in 44 years came about. 1...

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  3. Euro 2008: Rises To The Occasion

    When the brilliance has briefly dried up there’s been compensatory drama and any football follower in this country who isn’t enjoying Euro 2008 should have an operation for insularity...

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  4. Glasgow Celtic: "Championies, Championies, O Way, O Way, O Way!"

    We did it Bleacher report... Glasgow Celtic win the league and with it automatic qualification for the Champions League next year.....

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  5. Europe: SPL and Champions League Round-Up

    EUROPE Oh my... The European Cup Final, a roller-coaster ride and very absorbing but not a classic. The zenith was reached just before half time never to be quite reached again...

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  6. EUROPE: A Final Week European Round-Up

    FRANCE Lyon (picture of town above) wins the championship on the final day. Lens who were at one time this season vying for top spot with Lyon have been relegated, first time in 19 years, appointment of outdated manager Roux cost them dear...

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  7. Tommy Burns Funeral

    I have just watched the moving pictures from Tommy Burns' funeral in Glasgow. The scenes brought home so much more of the man...

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  8. Cristiano Ronaldo: A Man With Everything To Prove

    The one sure way for a player to have a lasting impact on the imagination of the game's global audience is by delivering unforgettable performances when competing for the supreme prizes in the most demanding of circumstances...

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  9. EPL: Season Awards 07/08

    A season passes and with it come awards. We saw much that excited us and much that bored. Super Sunday's passed and we found nothing much to super about them...

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  10. Glasgow Rangers Fans Must Take Action—UEFA Cup Aftermath the Shame of the Few?

    This is not about the match, I will make this clear now, this is about the other side of the UEFA Cup Final, one that should not be brushed under the carpet. No matter the idea that it is about the game and only the game of 90 minutes...

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  11. EUROPE: A Weekly Round-Up

    ENGLAND In summation, we had the tightest title race in 40 years, which concluded with tropical rain coming down in Wigan. Ryan Giggs, who Ferguson said is exceptional in the wet weather, was brought on to wrap up the spoils and that he did...

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  12. EUROPE: A Closing Stage Round-Up

    ENGLAND - Final week, here we go. - Wigan have drawn last three games against big four, Man Utd's motivation is maybe just too great...

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  13. Bleacher Report: The FIFA Cycle

    Short and sweet, the FIFA front page cycle is getting old? I have noticed a lot of articles, are slipping through the net, many 3-4 day articles, are hanging around for a long time on the FIFA front page...

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  14. Champions League: Weekly Round Up

    Some great games. Is Rafa's rotation finally paying off? Penalty's galore should it have been or not at both Anfield and Old Trafford? Time for video replay? Wenger must start again ...

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  15. FC Barcelona and Ronaldinho: The Brother Who Would Be King

    Roberto de Assis, at one time an up and coming Brazilian footballer himself, but better known as big brother and agent of Ronaldino, has in eagerness to promote his younger brother, been travelling ...

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  16. European Football: A Weekend Round Up

    A mighty, mighty weekend of football. EPL Manchester United's lead cut back down to three, can Chelsea pip the champions at the post? Are Arsenal out of the picture? Is it ...

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  17. Patriots Games: New England Tries Out Cheerleaders

    Although, the New England Patriots' season, ended with a disappointing Super Bowl loss, to the New York Giants, on a easier note, to those that are in need, there is a light at the end of the tunnel...

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  18. MLS: David Beckham Scores and Makes Another As Galaxy Win

    David Beckham scored one goal and set up another in a 2-0 Los Angeles Galaxy win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Thursday...

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  19. FC Barcelona: Ronaldinho Out for Season

    Brazilian star Ronaldinho has been ruled out for the rest of the 2007/2008 season. It has been reported the Barcelona icon toar a muscle in his right leg while training with his teammates...

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  20. Champions League: Quarter Final Roundup 07/08

    Champons League quarter final roundup 07/08. Arsenal—Liverpool In an era where English clubs are supposed to be dominating the Champions League, which they are this year, it felt very much like two moderate, error ridden teams playing each other..

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  21. FC Barcelona: A Youth System for Success

    Barçelona's youth system is unique, not only in the standard of player it produces, but also in the methods of training and education used when grooming the game's next generation of stars...

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  22. Real Madrid Feel Financial Void Left by David Beckham

    David Beckham's departure from Real Madrid has reportedly helped plunge the world's richest club into financial difficulties...

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  23. Glasgow Celtic To Take Part in Feyenoord's Centenary Year Celebrations

    Glasgow Celtic are set to renew links with Feyenoord, the club that supplied them former manager Wim Jansen and also iconic striker Henrik Larsson...

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  24. NFL: 'Pacman' Jones Trade Talks Falter

    There are reports which suggest the trade talks that would take suspended Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones to the Dallas Cowboys have indeed stalled, this is due in part to the value his current team place on him...

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  25. Champions League: Bojan Krkic, the Baby Assassin

    Bojan Krkic became the second-youngest goalscorer in Champions League history when he gave Barcelona a 1-0 win over Shalke 04 in their quarter final, first leg at the Arena AufSchalke...

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