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Ronaldo out of World Cup qualifiers - 31 May 2005
Brazilian superstar Ronaldo is to miss the upcoming two 2006 World Cup qualifiers with arch-rivals Argentina and Paraguay and June's Confederations Cup it was revealed.
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Liverpool decision this week says Hamann - 31 May 2005
Liverpool's Champions League hero Dietmar Hamann admits a decision on his Anfield future could take place this week and he is leaning towards extending his contract with the European champions.
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Houllier named new Lyon coach - 29 May 2005
Former Liverpool coach Gerard Houllier has been named the new coach of reigning French champions Lyon, the club announced here.
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UEFA president Johansson backs Liverpool - 29 May 2005
UEFA president Lennart Johansson has backed Liverpool's bid to defend their Champions League title and a decision could be made before next month's meeting, the Sunday Times reported.
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Chisholm setting new standards at United - 29 May 2005
Dundee United manager Gordon Chisholm wants his players to set new standards for themselves following their brave Scottish Cup final defeat against Celtic.
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Richardson's dynamic debut leads England past USA - 29 May 2005
Manchester United winger Kieran Richardson scored twice in his international debut to give England a 2-1 victory over the United States in a friendly with some not-so-friendly moments.
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Pressure mounts for Liverpool - UEFA re-think - 27 May 2005
New European champions Liverpool paraded their hard-won trophy before jubilant fans in their home city, as pressure mounted behind the scene on football's governing body UEFA to let the club defend their title next season.
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Manchester United board finally caves in to Glazer - 27 May 2005
The board of Manchester United caved in to Malcolm Glazer after agreeing to sell its minority stake to the US tycoon who recently won control of the world's richest football club.
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World Cup ramifications loom large over England - 27 May 2005
Young talent trying to crack England's 2006 World Cup lineup will have their chance to impress coach Sven-Goran Eriksson when a two-game US tour kicks off here Saturday against the Americans.
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O'Neill vows to return to management - 27 May 2005
Martin O'Neill has not ruled out a return to football management in the future despite quitting Celtic.
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Dudek the hero as gutsy Liverpool win final - 26 May 2005
Liverpool were crowned European champions for the first time in 21 years after beating AC Milan 3-2 on penalties in a dramatic final at the Ataturk Olympic stadium.
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South Africa coach slams Sir Alex over miss-Fortun - 26 May 2005
South Africa coach Stuart Baxter slammed Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson after being forced to omit Quinton Fortune for a World Cup qualifier in Cape Verde next weekend.
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France v Argentina replaced by France v Senegal - 26 May 2005
An upcoming friendly between France and Argentina has been cancelled and replaced by France v Senegal because France was unable to confirm if they could travel to Argentina for a quick return match.
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World Cup security won't spoil fans' enjoyment - 26 May 2005
The 2006 World Cup football finals in Germany will be surrounded by draconian security measures but organisers are determined not to spoil the occasion for the fans, according to German Interior Minister Otto Schily.
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Liverpool hungry after 25 year famine - 25 May 2005
Having fed off scraps from Manchester United and Arsenal for over a decade, Rafael Benitez believes his Liverpool side have worked up a big enough appetite to overcome the experience of AC Milan in Wednesday's Champions League final.
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Wembley bridge named White Horse - 25 May 2005
A footbridge at the new Wembley Stadium will reportedly be named the White Horse Bridge.
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Liverpool look to seal fairytale return - 24 May 2005
Two decades after the Heysel tragedy four-time European champions Liverpool attempt to re-establish themselves as one of the powerhouses in European football when they take on six-time winners AC Milan in Wednesday's Champions League final.
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McClaren defends England's US tour - 24 May 2005
England assistant coach Steve McClaren has defended the forthcoming two-game tour of the United States following criticisms from club managers who say it is too much for the players.
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Baros on verge of Liverpool exit - 24 May 2005
Milan Baros has reassured Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez he will give everything in the Champions League final even though the game on Wednesday could be the last of his Anfield career.
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Vieira calls on Cole & Reyes to stick with Gunners - 23 May 2005
FA Cup-winning captain Patrick Vieira called on teammates Ashley Cole and Jose Antonio Reyes to stick with Arsenal next season.
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Benfica win Portuguese league - 23 May 2005
Benfica won the Portuguese football league championship for the first time in 11 years after drawing 1-1 at Boavista on the final day of the season.
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Arsenal set to offer Wenger a job for life - 23 May 2005
Arsenal are set to offer their French manager Arsene Wenger a job for life following their FA Cup final penalty shoot out triumph over Manchester United.
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Arsenal make United pay penalty in Cup final - 22 May 2005
Arsenal won the first FA Cup final to be decided on a penalty shoot-out, beating arch-rivals Manchester United 5-4 in a dramatic spot-kick climax at the Millennium Stadium.
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Bergkamp set to stay at Arsenal - 22 May 2005
Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp is set to stay at Highbury next season after saying he'd been offered a new one-year deal.
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Glazer's son to set out Man United plans - 22 May 2005
The son of US tycoon Malcolm Glazer, whose takeover of Manchester United has caused anger among the English Premiership club's fans, is to seek to assuage their fears with an open letter about the family's plans, a report said.
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'Financially doped' Chelsea worry Wenger - 21 May 2005
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger spoke of his fears that "financially doped" London rivals Chelsea could, thanks to the backing of Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich, dominate English football for the next 10 years.
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Ferguson urges players to put on a show for Glazer - 21 May 2005
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson has told his players to put on an impressive show for Malcolm Glazer in Saturday's FA Cup final against Arsenal in Cardiff.
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Drogba sticking with Chelsea - 21 May 2005
Ivorian striker Didier Drogba insisted that he will be sticking with English champions Chelsea next season despite his desire to eventually return to former club Marseille in France.
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Lampard wants stolen football boots back - 21 May 2005
Chelsea and England star Frank Lampard issued an appeal to the thieves who robbed his London home to return his specially-made football boots.
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Lampard collects English football writers' award - 20 May 2005
Frank Lampard will collect the English Football Writers' Association player of the year award after being at the heart of Chelsea's first championship-winning campaign for half a century.
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FA Cup sells for world record price - 20 May 2005
The oldest surviving FA Cup was sold at auction for 478,400 pounds (879,780 dollars) - a world record price for an item of soccer memorabilia.
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Mourinho on report to Abramovich - 20 May 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho writes a report for the Premiership champions' owner Roman Abramovich each week outlining the reasons behind his team selection, tactics and substitutions.
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UEFA Cup champions CSKA warmly greeted in Moscow - 20 May 2005
Newly-crowned UEFA Cup champions CSKA Moscow were warmly greeted by thousands of Russian football fans on their return home from the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
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CSKA destroy Sporting's UEFA Cup hopes - 19 May 2005
Three second-half goals ensured CSKA Moscow became the first Russian side to win a European football trophy as they beat Sporting Lisbon 3-1 in the UEFA Cup final.
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Mystery over Villa's Toon double - 19 May 2005
Confusion surrounded the future of Newcastle duo Craig Bellamy and Aaron Hughes after the club refuted claims from Aston Villa that the Premiership sides had agreed transfer fees for the pair.
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No Cole verdict until after FA Cup final - 19 May 2005
A verdict on allegations that Ashley Cole was 'tapped up' by Chelsea will not be made public until after Saturday's FA Cup final, the independent commission hearing the case announced.
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Redknapp wants to stay at Southampton - 19 May 2005
Southampton manager Harry Redknapp looks as if he will stay at the south coast team following their relegation from the Premiership, having received assurances from chairman Rupert Lowe that the club would not be selling its best players.
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Sporting 'extremely confident' of UEFA Cup victory - 18 May 2005
Sporting Lisbon coach Jose Peseiro said he was "extremely confident" of beating CSKA Moscow in the UEFA Cup final.
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Glazer bid won't affect United in Cup final: Rio - 18 May 2005
Rio Ferdinand has insisted that US businessman Malcolm Glazer's takeover of Manchester United will not hamper the side's efforts to beat Arsenal in Saturday's FA Cup final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
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Richardson and Knight called up for USA tour - 18 May 2005
Kieran Richardson's dream finish to the season continued after he and Fulham defender Zat Knight were both handed their first England call-ups for the tour of the United States later this month.
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Glazer raises Manchester United stake to 75.7% - 17 May 2005
US tycoon Malcolm Glazer said he had raised his stake in Manchester United to 75.7 percent, potentially allowing him to delist the world's richest football club from the London Stock Exchange.
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Mourinho has no time for excuses - 17 May 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said that he wasn't satisfied with fellow managers who used the excuse of needing time to settle into a new team and using that as a reason for their lack of success on the pitch.
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US names lineup for key England friendly - 17 May 2005
Major League Soccer scoring leaders Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey and second-year standout Eddie Johnson will lead the United States against England on May 28, US coach Bruce Arena announced.
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Giggs and Howard extend United contracts - 17 May 2005
Manchester United received a boost days ahead of their FA Cup final clash with Arsenal as they agreed contract extensions with Wales winger Ryan Giggs and American goalkeeper Tim Howard.
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Fan fury targets Glazer takeover of Man Utd - 14 May 2005
Manchester United fans opposed to the club takeover bid launched by US tycoon Malcolm Glazer were desperately looking for ways to block the deal.
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Arsenal on the mend says Wenger - 14 May 2005
Chelsea may have dominated the field this season, but Arsenal will be well-placed to dethrone the English champions next year, manager Arsene Wenger insists.
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Barthez vows to keep fighting - 14 May 2005
Marseille goalkeeper Fabien Barthez has vowed to keep on playing after a three month ban for spitting on a Moroccan referee in a friendly match in Casablanca in February was doubled.
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Fergie charged by FA over penalty comments - 13 May 2005
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association (FA) following his post-match remarks after last month's win over Newcastle.
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US tycoon Glazer launches formal bid for United - 13 May 2005
US tycoon Malcolm Glazer ended his long phoney war with Manchester United by launching a formal cash takeover offer for the world's richest football club after acquiring shares from the club's biggest single investors.
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Crouch called up for England's US tour - 13 May 2005
Southampton striker Peter Crouch has been called up to the England squad to tour the United States at the end of this month for two internationals.
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Blatter calls on Ferguson to discipline Rooney - 13 May 2005
World soccer chief Sepp Blatter says Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson should give Wayne Rooney a bit of old-fashioned discipline to control his sometimes boorish behaviour.
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Brilliant Bergkamp inspires Arsenal - 12 May 2005
Dutch master Dennis Bergkamp staked his claim for one final contract as the Gunners demolished Everton 7-0 at Highbury.
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Liverpool to play final in traditional red - 12 May 2005
Liverpool will play the Champions League final later this month against AC Milan in their traditional red strip, European football's governing body UEFA said.
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Rooney, Ferdinand to miss England's US tour - 12 May 2005
Manchester United pair Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand will miss England's post-season mini-tour of the United States.
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Chelsea still to grasp greatness says Mourinho - 12 May 2005
Jose Mourinho has told his Chelsea team they will not be regarded as great champions until they win more trophies, despite seeing his players break two Premiership records with a comfortable 3-1 success away to Manchester United.
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Record-breaking Chelsea cruise past sorry United - 11 May 2005
Chelsea re-wrote the Premiership record books with a 3-1 win away to Manchester United as goals from Tiago, Eidur Gudjohnsen and Joe Cole cancelled out Ruud van Nistelrooy's opener at Old Trafford.
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Fergie could pay FA penalty - 11 May 2005
Football Association (FA) officials were considering whether to press ahead with disciplinary action against Sir Alex Ferguson following the Manchester United manager's comments about his side's lack of penalties this season.
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Red Devils take a gamble - 11 May 2005
Manchester United are applying to the British government for a licence to build a casino on land close to their Old Trafford stadium.
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FA reject Saints Crouch appeal - 11 May 2005
Southampton's hopes of Premiership survival have suffered a major setback with the Football Association rejecting the south coast club's appeal for wrongful dismissal on behalf of striker Peter Crouch.
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UEFA dangle Liverpool Champions League carrot - 10 May 2005
Liverpool's bid to defend the Champions League trophy, should they win it in Istanbul later this month, received backing from UEFA president Lennart Johansson.
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Le Guen quits as Lyon coach - 10 May 2005
Paul Le Guen, who masterminded Lyon's fourth consecutive French league title triumph, announced that he was quitting as coach.
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James backs Pearce for City manager's job - 10 May 2005
Manchester City goalkeeper David James has called on the club's board to put caretaker boss Stuart Pearce in permanent charge of the Premiership side.
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Hierro calls time on career - 10 May 2005
Former Spain and Real Madrid defender Fernando Hierro has announced he will retire from football at the end of this season, according to reports in the Spanish media.
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Barcelona move closer to Spanish title - 09 May 2005
Barcelona moved closer to clinching their 17th Spanish title when they won 2-0 at reigning champions Valencia.
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Arsenal win puts Everton into Champions League - 09 May 2005
Arsenal defeated Liverpool 3-1 at Highbury to send Everton into the Champions League and end the Anfield giants' hopes of clinching fourth place in the Premiership which would have meant automatic qualification for the European showpiece.
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Essien rejects Chelsea move - 09 May 2005
Ghana midfielder Michael Essien has rejected a possible move to English champions Chelsea for an extended stay with French champions Lyon.
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Everton put Euro celebrations on hold - 08 May 2005
David Moyes remained typically tight-lipped following Everton's 2-0 victory over Newcastle United that takes the Goodison Park club to the verge of the Champions League for the first time in the club's history.
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Redknapp upbeat about survival after Palace point - 08 May 2005
Southampton manager Harry Redknapp believes it could be written in the stars that his team will stay up after an injury time equaliser secured a 2-2 draw against relegation rivals Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
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Robson on brink of 'greatest' triumph - 08 May 2005
Bryan Robson returned to Old Trafford with West Brom and saw his side pull off a 1-1 draw against Manchester United - a result that left the former England captain with the chance to realise what he believes will be his greatest achievement in football next week.
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Rangers back on top as Hearts broken - 08 May 2005
Rangers put the pressure on champions Celtic after returning to the top of the Scottish Premier League table with a 2-1 home win against Hearts at Ibrox.
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Liverpool hopes of Euro slot recede - 05 May 2005
Liverpool's hopes of playing Champions League football next season have taken a knock with a leading UEFA official insisting the rules would not be altered for Rafael Benitez' team even if they win this year's trophy.
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Chelsea double only the beginning insists Mourinho - 05 May 2005
Chelsea's League Cup win and first Premiership title in 50 years are only the foundations for greater success at Stamford Bridge, manager Jose Mourinho has claimed.
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World Cup 2010 scorer vies for 'world class'event - 05 May 2005
The man in charge of organising the 2010 World Cup says the biggest international event ever to be staged in South Africa must be a world class affair, showcasing his country and the African continent at large.
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Shearer-less Newcastle see off Fulham - 05 May 2005
Newcastle inflicted a 3-1 defeat on Fulham to end their miserable seven game run in the Premiership without a win.
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Disputed Garcia strike Champion for Liverpool - 04 May 2005
Luis Garcia's fourth-minute shot probably did not even cross the line, but it was enough to carry Liverpool into their sixth European Cup final here at Anfield and end Chelsea's hopes of a trophy treble
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Shearer rested for Fulham match - 04 May 2005
Newcastle manager Graeme Souness has said he will leave captain Alan Shearer out of the starting line-up for Wednesday's Premier League match away to Fulham.
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TV soccer money to boost City of Lights - 04 May 2005
Paris St Germain have been given the go-ahead to spend in the summer transfer market by the club's owners, cable TV firm Canal Plus, who see the club's success as integral to their huge investment in French football.
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Arsenal stay second as Baggies remain in drop zone - 03 May 2005
Arsenal maintained their grip on second place and a direct entry into the Champions League proper with a 2-0 win away to West Brom that left Bryan Robson's relegation-threatened team second-from-bottom in the Premiership.
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Mourinho hails Chelsea 'heroes' ahead of clash - 03 May 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said his players would still be "heroes" regardless of the result of their Champions League semi-final against Liverpool at Anfield after capturing the Premiership and the League Cup in their Portuguese coach's first season in charge.
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Liverpool will end Mourinho run says Benitez - 03 May 2005
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has promised that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's run of European success will end when the clubs meet for their Champions League semi-final at Anfield on Tuesday.
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EU blows whistle on World Cup ticketing system - 03 May 2005
The European Commission has claimed success in securing cheaper tickets for fans to next year's football World Cup, by forcing FIFA to allow different payment methods to buy their prized seats.
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Mourinho's homeboys spark Chelsea's title joy - 01 May 2005
Chelsea spent a cool 200 million pounds (382 million dollars) boosting their foreign legion to launch their bid to end a 50-year wait for the English Premiership title.
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Wenger warns Mourinho of perils ahead - 01 May 2005
No sooner had Chelsea won the Premiership then Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was telling rival boss Jose Mourinho that the greater challenge of a successful title defence had still to come.
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Two-goal Ronaldo keeps Real dream alive - 01 May 2005
Brazilian superstar Ronaldo kept Real Madrid's Spanish title dream alive with two late goals to secure a 2-0 win at Real Sociedad.
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Nel may miss Antigua Test - 29 April 2005
Third Test hero Andre Nel may be sidelined for South Africa's fourth and final cricket Test against West Indies, starting on Friday.
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Ponting stands by Warne over 'sledging row' - 29 April 2005
Australian captain Ricky Ponting said he backed national team-mate Shane Warne over a sledging furore in English county cricket.
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Ashes hope Flintoff shakes off setback - 29 April 2005
Andrew Flintoff remains positive about his return to action despite being out for a duck on his county championship comeback for Lancashire against Worcestershire.
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Pinilla wonder strike gives Sporting edge - 29 April 2005
A long distance strike by Chilean substitute Mauricio Pinilla gave Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon a 2-1 win over Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in the first leg of their UEFA Cup semi-final.
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Cannavaro at centre of TV drug claim - 29 April 2005
Italian state broadcaster RAI aired a documentary apparently showing Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro being administered a drug that strengthens the heart on the eve of the 1999 UEFA Cup final.
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Italian giants Juventus to tour Japan - 29 April 2005
Juventus will play two friendly matches in Japan after the Serie A season has ended, the Turin club announced.
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Man United board won't recommend Glazer deal - 29 April 2005
The board of Manchester United revealed they "cannot provide a recommendation" for shareholders to accept US businessman Malcolm Glazer's takeover proposals.
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Liverpool hold Chelsea to Champions League draw - 28 April 2005
Battling Liverpool struck a mighty psychological blow by holding Chelsea to a goalless draw in the all-English Champions League semi-final first leg at Stamford Bridge.
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Beckham ready to end career in Real - 28 April 2005
England captain David Beckham insisted that he had never been happier and was ready to see out his career in the Spanish capital.
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Milan take giant step towards final - 27 April 2005
AC Milan rode their luck to beat PSV Eindhoven 2-0 in a pulsating first leg of their Champions League semi-final at the San Siro.
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Terry bracing for Liverpool storm - 27 April 2005
Chelsea captain John Terry is steeling himself for a fierce Champions League semi-final against a revenge-hungry Liverpool.
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Bellamy's texts costs him Newcastle future - 27 April 2005
Fiery Wales striker Craig Bellamy's hopes of a return to ailing English Premiership side Newcastle were extinguished after it was revealed he had sent insulting text messages to club captain and icon Alan Shearer.
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Resign? Me? No way insists Redknapp - 27 April 2005
Harry Redknapp says resignation is the last thing on his mind as he attempts a last-ditch escape act to keep struggling Southampton afloat in the Premiership.
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Arsenal's slim title hopes given Reyes of light - 26 April 2005
Chelsea will have to wait at least till Saturday's match with Bolton to claim their first title in 50 years after a Jose-Antonio Reyes goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 victory over North London rivals Spurs.
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Bruce signs "bargain" buy Pennant - 26 April 2005
Birmingham completed the signing of Jermaine Pennant from Arsenal for three million pounds (5.7 million dollars), a bargain buy according to manager Steve Bruce.
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Chelsea's Terry Player of Year - 26 April 2005
Chelsea captain John Terry has been named Player of the Year by the Professional Footballers' Association.
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