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The trouble with being Fernando Torres

    He used to be The Kid. Now, all too often, he’s The Villain. Time travel back five years or so and he was the Anfield hero, arguably the world’s best center-forward, the grinning fresh face who could do no wrong. Now, when his face pops up on the big screen at the Maracana […]

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Heat turning up on La Roja

Heat turning up on La Roja by Graham Hunter Make no mistake about it, Spain’s six-year status as the uncontested world No. 1 international side is about to be attacked with all weapons and — hopefully for the contenders — battered into submission over the next 15 months, starting this week. I say six years because […]

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