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The Dutch team impressed the fans with their classy one-touch football.
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Young Italians follow football like we follow the royal family.
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The government is trying to tackle violence on the football terraces.
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The police say the players' behaviour is a matter for the football authorities.
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Obscene football chants stop people taking their children to matches.
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The football world was rocked by the scandal.
The World Cup is fascinating for its clash of football cultures. > Special page at SPORT
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