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And finally… defenders making decisions #427

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

If Juventad Unida don’t make the top-five in Argentina’s Nacional B this year, Juan Francisco Pereyra may well regret this preposterous back pass. Trailing 2-1 to Ferro, he really gave his goalkeeper no chance whatsoever.

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And finally… memories

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And finally… fast-kickin’, low scorin’

The USA met neighbours Mexico in a World Cup qualifier this week. Finishing 1-1 the game got off to an excellent start with this fantastic long-range lob from Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley, who you may remember from a three game loan stint at Aston Villa in 2011. No?

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