1. London 2012: Brazil Beware the Memories of the 1996 Olympics

    Football, especially in the UK, may have overlooked the 1996 Olympics football tournament. As the eyes of the world descend on London for the 2012 Games, the upcoming football will be subject to much more scrutiny...

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  2. Tim Cahill: 6 Reasons Why He Is Off to New York Red Bulls

    Tonight's breaking news, from the BBC : Everton star Tim Cahill is off to the MLS' New York Red Bulls for a fee believed to be £1million...

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  3. Liverpool vs. Tottenham: Spurs Hold Reds in Goalless Anfield Stalemate

    Champions League chasers Liverpool and Tottenham shared the spoils at Anfield, playing out a gritty Monday night encounter at Anfield...

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  4. Monty May Be The Toast of Newport, But Who'll Be Ryder Cup Captain Come 2012?

    As the European team completed the slow, tight prising of the Ryder Cup from the hands of Team USA in the Ryder Cup's first Monday finish at Celtic Manor, Sky focused largely on the ...

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  5. Fiorentina: Are Viola the Champions League's Dark Horses?

    December 9th 2009: Fiorentina have just come back from behind to beat Liverpool 2-1 and advance to the Champions League knockout stages as group winners. As the Italian side leave the pitch, the Kop rises to applaud them as they depart...

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  6. League Two Playoffs: Penalties Dominate the Semi-Finals

    Earlier today Shrewsbury and Gillingham secured a place in the League Two play-off final at Wembley. The recurring theme of both games was penalties, and over the two matches there were 11 of them taken, nine of which were scored...

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  7. MK Dons' Date Of Destiny Looms, But How Good Has Roberto Di Matteo Been?

    Pete Winkelman raised a lot of eyebrows when he chose Roberto di Matteo to lead the newly promoted Dons into League One territory.Let’s not forget this was a team forged by one of the best defensive midfielders this country has ever seen...

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  8. A Look At... Hereford United

    "They have seven players on loan and they'll all go back next season so what's the future in that?" Gary Peters This edition of Tinpot Salute will be looking at a team controversially-dubbed "Championship Loan Rangers...

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  9. A Look At... Dagenham & Redbridge

    "We will be the only league team sponsored by undertakers."—Anwar Uddin. Dagenham and Redbridge were promoted to the Football League on 7 April 2007 and have never looked back...

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  10. Beautiful Football Finally Pays Off for MK Dons, with Sixy Results

    Prior to this weekend Milton Keynes Dons had been in a strange vein of form, having gone seven games unbeaten, but also four without a win, letting leads slip in the last ten minutes being the main problem...

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  11. Proof! Set Pieces Should Be Drilled Into Every Player's Skull!

    A great friend of mine always makes the point that, at any level, set-pieces are the most important weapon in football. I think that the events at Anfield last night stand to prove his point perfectly...

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  12. Former Bolt Richards Shines But the Stars Can't Prevent Lightning Late Show

    An inspired late comeback may be getting rare these days at St. Pete Times Forum, but Lightning last night recorded their first home win against the Dallas Stars since 1996, despite trailing half-way into the final period...

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  13. Another Good December As MK Dons March On

    Rewind a month. Roberto Di Matteo won manager of the month for November and things were looking pretty peachy for MK Dons, as they just moved into the promotion places at the expense of Millwall...

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  14. 10 Reasons Why The Real Derby This Weekend Is In Swansea

    We'll all log on to Bleacher on Monday morning, and one thing is for definite, there will be at least five articles on Arsene Wenger. Yet chances are we'll be lucky to see one on the Welsh derby this weekend, upon which there is perhaps more at stake...

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  15. Kinnear Signs On For the Rest of the Season

    Newcastle United have finally given Joe Kinnear the reward he deserves, a contract that will run until the end of the season.Whilst Kinnear's appointment was certainly a bit of a shocker, you can't deny the man has done a good job at St...

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  16. Six In a Row For Di Matteo's MK Dons

    Milton Keynes Dons claimed their sixth win a row against Hereford on Tuesday night and cemented their position in the automatic promotion places...

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  17. Can West Ham Stop Their Downward Spiral?

    Before they narrowly beat Sunderland 1-0 on Saturday, West Ham United had gone seven games without a win. The eventual win came over a lackluster Mackems side that have lost four of their last ...

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  18. Was Paul Ince the Right Man for Blackburn Rovers?

    It is 13 games into the season and Blackburn sit in the relegation zone. Should the alarm bells be ringing for Rovers fans? Paul Ince was a bit of a surprise appointment at Ewood Park...

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  19. A Look At... Stevenage Borough

    "An underachiever, proud of it." -Bart Simpson In 1996, Stevenage Borough won the Conference, and promotion to the Football League. They were refused entry. Their stadium and facilities weren't good enough so Boro stayed put...

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  20. The Home Nations: How Crucial Are These Friendlies?

    It's that time again, players pulling out of International duty, not a game being played without a manager "experimenting," and as many subs being made as possible. That's right, it's international friendlies...

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  21. Former Don Andrews Receives His Rightful Recognition

    Giovanni Trapattoni may have surprised many with his squad selection for the Republic of Ireland's friendly against Poland later this month, but don't expect this writer's jaw to drop at the inclusions and exclusions...

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  22. Who Will Lose the Relegation Rat Race?

    Eleven games into the Premiership season, and it seems any signs of relegation candidates are subtle at best...

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