The 7th match-day of the 2012/2013 La Liga season has been played and currently it is Barcelona and Atletico that top the log with 19 points from a possible 21 each. Falcao, Messi and Cristiano are tied as the top goal scorers with 8 goals each. I will do my usual rundown of the 5 

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  Chelsea 4 Norwich 1 Chelsea were victorious at Stamford Bridge, putting aside their many off-field problems and sending them top of the pile. Endless Court Cases, disciplinary charges and Twitter rows surrounded the Blues, and eleven minutes in, things got worse as Norwich hero Grant Holt scored to put the visitor’s ahead. But after 

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The 6th round of La Liga has just been completed and at the moment Barcelona still sit at the top of the log with 18 points. They are closely followed by Malaga and Atletico. Falcao leads the race for the Pichichi with 7 goals while Caballero leads the race for the Zamora trophy with only 

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  Manchester United 2 Tottenham 3 AVB looks to have restored faith with the Spurs faithful with this historic victory away at Old Trafford. André Villas-Boas struggled to win over Tottenham fans in the first few games of the season, but now with 11 points on the board, they look like their squad is settling 

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The 5th match-day of the 2012/13 Spanish League has been completed and it is Barcelona that sit on the top of the log with 15 points. I will be doing my usual rundown of the 5 best matches of the weekend as well as introducing my team of the week and giving the second Dizzel’s 

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  Liverpool 1 Manchester United 2 An emotional day for Liverpool, after the recent Hillsborough reports. Liverpool were reduced to 10 men after a somewhat strange decision. Jonjo Shelvey looked to have played the ball, replays suggest that too, but referee Mark Halsey thought otherwise, and Shelvey saw red. You would have thought that that 

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This weeks installment of Serie A was a low scoring affair all around however teams made the most of it as Juventus, Udinese, Atalanta, Genoa and Siena were the only teams that secured themselves all 3 points this round. Round 4 of Serie A started off as Parma hosted Fiorentina in a relatively entertaining match 

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Another weekend of La Liga action has passed and after 4 match-days it is Barcelona that is sitting on the top of the log with 12 points after winning every one of their 4 matches. A lot has happened in this weeks matches and I will be doing a quick analysis of my top 4 

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Five wins from the opening five — a club record and quite the statement of intent from Marseille who dominated at Nancy but somehow failed to convert any of their first-half chances. The breakthrough came just before the hour courtesy of the Ayew brothers — André crossing for Jordan — and it turned out to 

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Right then — Ligue 1. It’s a bit interesting now, isn’t it? With some very big money arrivals, and equally expensive departures, people seem to be starting to take the French league seriously. While Eden Hazard’s early form at Chelsea has shown the league isn’t as weak as many would have you think, the arrival 

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Welcome to the first of many Serie A weekly reviews! Serie A had some exciting action over the weekend in the second round of matches. On paper, Roma-Inter looked to be the most anticipated match, but Inter never lived up to the hype as they saw the King of Rome pick and choose his spots. 

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Hello and welcome to my first Barclays Premier League column. I will offer reports, views and opinions on all the weekend fixtures across the Premier League.   West Ham 3 Fulham 0 West Ham really impressed me yesterday, and for me, ‘Big Sam’ has signed the signing of the window. To get a player on 

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