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  1. Real Madrid seal £30m Benzema signing

    During yesterday’s unveiling of Kaka, Real Madrid sporting director, Jorge Valdano, was questioned about the possibility of the Madrid club splurging for another big name this summer, after being linked with Franck Ribery and Karim Benzema, amongst others. “We do …


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  2. The 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup

    Watch the Gold Cup live online here. Can the United States win the 2009 Gold Cup? They managed to turn some heads at the Confederations Cup in South Africa with convincing wins over Spain and Egypt to make it to …


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  3. This July on Soccerlens…

    Modern football is a relentless beast – it’s literally on 365 days an year, there’s no break even during the summer (thank you transfer window, pre-season tournaments and weird international football schedules) and there’s always the sideshow attractions – the …


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  4. The Evolution of Brazilian Football

    Brazilian football, unlike any other cultural interpretation of a particular sport, has the ability to conjure up in one’s mind an essence of mystery, of carnival, of rhythm, of unadulterated joy and freedom. Futebol is so deeply, so passionately interwoven …


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  5. When the King of Pop met Exeter City

    When it comes to discussing Michael Jackson’s legacy, it’s fair to say the King of Pop had much more influence on music than he did on football, unless you count Bas Savage’s moonwalking goal celebrations for Tranmere Rovers. And if …


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  6. A Bridge too far for Carlo?

    Taking the Chelsea job was never going to be easy for Carlo Ancelotti. He still doesn’t speak much English and he is going to have to adapt to the pace on the Premier League pretty quickly. Ancelotti arrives at Chelsea …


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  7. Eleven La Liga Kids Ready For The Big Time

    Spain’s La Liga is littered with impressive youngsters. Youngsters who are superstars in the making. Youngsters who have shown that their future clearly lies at one of Spain’s, or Europe’s, big guns rather than at their current mid to lower …


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