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An advantage to be in Group A or B for Euro 2012 – especially when it comes to the semis

December 2, 2011
An advantage to be in Group A or B for Euro 2012 – especially when it comes to the semis

It remains to be seen how the process of today’s Euro 2012 draw will be structured, although we can assume it will be convoluted and drawn-out – certainly with long speeches and explanations, and possibly cultural dances from the two host countries.
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Set-pieces dominate the first week of the Copa

July 7, 2011
Set-pieces dominate the first week of the Copa

For a tournament often hailed for its flair and unpredictability, the Copa America has clearly been lacking excitement.
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Have Bolton played ‘attractive football’ under Owen Coyle this season?

May 24, 2011
Have Bolton played ‘attractive football’ under Owen Coyle this season?

Considering Bolton and Owen Coyle received an enormous amount of praise earlier in the season, it’s slightly strange to find them down in 14th place at the end of the Premier League season.
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The tall tale of Peter Crouch’s aerial abilities

October 15, 2010
The tall tale of Peter Crouch’s aerial abilities

Peter Crouch is a strange footballer in many ways.
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Will a defensive-minded World Cup mean a defensive-minded Premier League season?

August 13, 2010
Will a defensive-minded World Cup mean a defensive-minded Premier League season?

ZM was planning to publish an extended article about how the defensiveness of the World Cup could result in a more defensive Premiership season.
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