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World Soccer December 2010 Archive

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Spoilt Blues Fans Need Some Perspective

Thursday December 30, 2010
The sight of Carlo Ancelotti and his Chelsea team walking down the tunnel to boos and jeers from their own supporters may have been understandable had they lost to Bolton ... Read More

Rafaís Inter Angst: The Reasons For His Exit

Friday December 24, 2010
Rafael Benitez's reign as Inter Milan coach ended on Thursday. It had started with him signing a two-year contract in June, and declaring that his aim was to win more ... Read More

Milanís Unnecessary Gamble

Tuesday December 21, 2010
It seems no matter how often a player steps out of line, there is always a club willing to give him another chance. Such is the case with Antonio Cassano who ... Read More

Baptista Down And Out

Thursday December 16, 2010
Is there a bigger example over the last five years of a player who has fallen from grace so dramatically as Julio Cesar Clement Perriera Baptista? La Bestia (The Beast) used ... Read More

City Must Take Hard Line On Tevez

Monday December 13, 2010
So Carlos Tevez wants to leave Manchester City. He claims his relationship with certain City executives has been damaged beyond repair and he has handed in a written transfer request. Throughout ... Read More

Evraís Arsenal Agenda

Friday December 10, 2010
In May last year, Patrice Evra branded Arsenal 'babies' after his Manchester United side defeated them 4-1 on aggregate in the Champions League semi-finals. "It was 11 men against 11 babies. ... Read More

Sneijder The Odd Man Out

Monday December 6, 2010
The three contenders for this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or award were announced on Monday, and Wesley Sneijder's omission has prompted much debate. The Dutchman was instrumental last season as Inter Milan ... Read More

US Left to Rue Missed Opportunity

Thursday December 2, 2010
If Russia's success in winning the bid to host the 2018 World Cup was a surprise, then the choice of Qatar by the majority of FIFA delegates for 2022 was ... Read More

Russia Take Us Into The Unknown

Thursday December 2, 2010
After all the euphoria and anticipation, Russia and Qatar won the day. Russia will host the 2018 World Cup and Qatar will do the honors in 2022. Living in London, and ... Read More

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