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    Real Coach Wants Robinho To Stay

    Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster has publicly declared his desire for Robinho to stay on at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in spite of the player publicly insisting that he would leave the club (for Chelsea?) should his wage be not increased.

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    Real Madrid Prez: No New Signings

    The Cristiano Ronaldo transfer farce has been cursed with another twist as this tim the Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has declared to the fans that the club does not need to make any new signing this season.

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    Laporta Happy With Ronaldinho Departure

    In the hours following the departure of Ronaldinho from FC Barcelona to AC Milan on Tuesday, the Barcelona president Joan Laporta has expressed his gladness at the deal struck with the Italian giants.

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    Ronaldinho Moves To AC Milan

    The long drawn out Ronaldinho transfer saga has finally arrived to its station.

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    Solskjaer Optimistic About Coaching Role

    Remember Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Baby-Faced Assassin? The Manchester United legendary super-sub now returns to his old stamping ground not as a player but as a coaching staff.

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    Barca Explain Ronaldinho Sell

    FC Barcelona have ultimately cleared off a cow that was disrupting the stability of its stable.

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    Tuesday in the WNBA

    *‘Tuesday, July 15, 2008 – * There were two games in the WNBA on Tuesday.

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    Offseason Recap: Detroit Red Wings

    When you’re the defending Stanley Cup Champions, most people wouldn’t expect you to do much in the offseason.

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    Offseason Recap: Toronto Maple Leafs

    The Toronto Maple Leafs have apparently already decided to surrender the upcoming season.

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    Offseason Recap: Tampa Bay Lightning

    The Tampa Bay Lighting have been one of the most active and successful teams in the 2008 offseason.

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