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Roberto Mancini – An Insightful Interview

The Manchester City manager reveals his future plans – working as a football director and managing England – and talks about transfer targets and his long bike rides around Cheshire. Roberto Mancini is thinking back to his childhood and trying to remember if there was ever a time when he was not quite so obsessed […]

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Atlético Madrid: Its time to take them seriously

Fast, physical and ruthless; second-placed Atlético have left the scars of their past behind and may be hard for Real to catch. The gap? Hang on a minute, which gap? The gap between Real Madrid and Barcelona might be 15 points, but the gap at the top is eight points. While most naturally focus on […]

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Team of the Season so far – La Liga

La Liga has almost reached its halfway point and there is one team well and truly on top as the winter break approaches – Barcelona. The Catalans lead the Primera Division by nine points from Atletico Madrid, with rivals Real a further four back in third. … In goal we find Betis’ Adrian, who has proved […]

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Radamel Falcao, the tiger finisher..

Atlético Madrid visit Camp Nou this weekend for a top-of-the-table clash and with a striker in supreme, scintillating form. And so it’s that time again. Two clubs, two cities, face to face. Sunday night at Camp Nou: first versus second in La Liga. Two teams that are way out in front, two players too. First […]

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Ballon d’Or – The case for Casillas

If one is to believe the headlines, only one of either Messi or Ronaldo deserve to win this year’s award for the best footballer in the world, the FIFA Ballon d’Or. Although other contenders such as Xavi, Iniesta and Falcao have also been mentioned, there is one highly successful player that should be considered – […]

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Radamel Falcao – The Complete Goalscorer

Radamel Falcao displays eye of the tiger to fire Atlético Madrid to win. Radamel Falcao had scored 182 goals in his career but not one of them was a free-kick. He made his debut in the Colombian league at 13 and became a starter for River Plate in Argentina at 19, scoring seven in his […]

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Forget Messi & Ronaldo, Falcao should win Ballon d’Or

The gala presentation for the 2012 Ballon d’Or may still be some way off, however talk has already begun over who will be crowned the best footballer in the world. Three-time winner Lionel Messi is favourite for many people, while others believe Real Madrid’s Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has finally done enough to pip his […]

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