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It can hardly be called an earthquake and in the words of satirical magazine Private Eye the world of soccer was not exactly rocked to its foundations on Thursday.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, whose striker Adrian Mutu has failed a drugs test, said on Friday it was impossible to know everything about a player's off-pitch life although clubs needed to find out all they could before they bought expensive players.
To many in European football the English are the preservers of the sport's traditions, the custodians of the true spirit of the 'People's Game' they gave to the world.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has stepped in to back the open mutiny by Chelsea's Romanian striker Adrian Mutu who defied his team manager's orders to join his national side for the World Cup qualifiers.
France coach Jacques Santini knows victory in their second Euro 2004 match against Croatia today would allow him the luxury of resting key players for their final group game.
FORMULA One will probably have to wait until 2008 before radical changes that the governing body wants in place by 2006 are implemented, according to Ferrari's Ross Brawn.