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It is indicative of the enduring faith that Jose Pekerman still has in Radamel Falcao that the Colombia coach abandoned the 4-2-3-1 that saw them light up last year’s World Cup in Brazil for this summer’s Copa America, reverting back to a front two in order to fit the 29 year old into the side.
It was a relatively quiet end to the January transfer window for Manchester United as deadline day was marked by the sole incoming of Andy Kellett on loan from Bolton, a left-back who will now be given a chance to impress in Warren Joyce’s under-21 side, and the exits of Wilfried Zaha to Crystal Palace,
When you glance at the top of the Primera Division table at the moment nothing really jumps out at you; Barcelona and Madrid are top of the league. However, look a little more closely and you will notice it is Athletico who are joint top of the league, level on points with the Catalans, not