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Santi Cazorla and Villarreal: chapter three of a love story that continues to defy and entertain | By .
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🎤 My Side: how Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona produced a season of exquisite refinement in 2010/11 | Feat , and .
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🎤 My Side: how Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona produced a season of exquisite refinement in 2010/11 | Feat , and .
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Santi Cazorla and Villarreal: chapter three of a love story that continues to defy and entertain | By .
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pmaccap Sep 16
It is Neville Southall's birthday today. He is, quite simply, the best keeper I have ever seen. I wrote this for earlier this year. Neville Southall: a man too good for mere mortals via
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Billy Munday 23h
Ever wondered why your club wear the colours that they do? I traced the stories behind today’s football kits for and it proved to be a fascinating trip back in time:
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These Football Times Sep 16
Dissecting Sebastian Giovinco: wasted talent or misused maverick? | By .
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Elia Santoro 💙 Sep 16
A great read on how some of the more famous football clubs got their colours & the links between some clubs.
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Gustavo Hofman Sep 16
Um pouco de história do futebol, ainda mais com uma foto do Weah e do Ronaldo juntos, sempre vale.
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These Football Times Sep 16
The football kit family tree: the stories behind clubs’ famous colours and why so many are intrinsically linked | By .
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Matt Evans Sep 16
ICYMI // Last week was the Names of the Nineties Premier League series over on . I contributed pieces on two of the decade's most memorable names. Pierre van Hooijdonk - Paul McGrath -
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Karan Tejwani Sep 16
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These Football Times Sep 16
Dissecting Sebastian Giovinco: wasted talent or misused maverick? | By .
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These Football Times Sep 15
Replying to @lthomas157 @jkell403
Hi Laura. Have another look at the end of the month as we may have more. We’ll tweet something and send it out in our mailing list too.
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These Football Times Sep 15
💨 They came, they saw and they, well, left again. brings you the story of the various big-name mavericks who couldn't make their mark at Barcelona. Order your copy before they're gone. ➡️
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These Football Times Sep 15
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❤️ Africa. ❤️ African football.
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Danny Lewis Sep 15
Would highly recommend taking a look at this, featuring my articles on Roy Keane, Julian Dicks and Dennis Bergkamp. Top work from as always in putting the series together.
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These Football Times Sep 15
💥 Explosive and compelling, El Clasico is more than just a football match for the Barcelona fans. picked his greatest hits for the latest magazine. Order your copy before they're gone. ➡️
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These Football Times Sep 14
With Names of the Nineties over, head online to the dedicated page and check out all 50 features at your leisure. Don't forget to follow the series' curator, the brilliant , too. Perfect weekend nostalgia.
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These Football Times Sep 14
Meet Dáithí Mac Gabhann who took to the pitch for the Belfast derby. Born with a congenital heart defect, he requires a transplant to save his life. In support, the bitter rivalry was put aside for a short while. Follow Dáithí's journey and show yours
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