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Cuauhtemoc Blanco 1 (ISIphotos.com) 

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With a full matchday around the world in the books, lets take a look at what people have to say after the dust has settled:

  • Juventus forced to play a match behind closed doors after racial abuse towards Balotelli [SkySports]

  • Wembley pitch:  Unsuitable to play on, or more excuses from Wenger and Fergie? [BBC Sport]

  • Manuel Pelligrini, Villareal coach, was very focused during the Champions League match against Arsenal.  Perhaps too focused.  [101GreatGoals]

  • The new 09/10 Chelsea kit was released.  Perhaps not huge news, but it looks like the Red Bulls' design is going worldwide. [Soccerlens]

  • Argentine game postponed due to absent referee.  The reason?  No one told him he had the match. [Reuters]

  • Nigeria: Police Machine Team qualifies for FCT Challenge Cup Finals [All Africa]

  • The return of Blanco's Bunny Hop [Objectivo]

  • Book about soccer team of African refugees in Georgia, and why you should read it [Bill Archer]

  • Steven Cohen draws ire from England after blaming Hillsborough on Liverpool fans [OffThePost]

Happy to see Police-public relations in Nigeria recieve a boost?  Think the Argentine referee might have been too busy moving Manuel Pelligrini's chair?  Does Juventus deserve a stadium ban?  Does Steven Cohen deserve a ban? Share your thoughts below.

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