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On this day: March 3

Our colleagues at Footyplace.com have looked back through the history books for all the big moments of March 3rd.

On this day: March 2

On This Day: Ryan Giggs makes his Man United debut, Chelsea sign Dutchman and Liverpool win their seventh League Cup at the expense of the Red Devils.

F411 Top 5 Goals of the Week

There were some simply stunning goals scored across the world's leagues last week, and Football411 brings you our favourite five.

No panic stations at Naturena

Much has been made of Kaizer Chiefs' first Premiership defeat of the season, but is there really cause for concern in the Amakhosi camp?

On the Couch with... Allan Freese

Vodacom Football caught up with Platinum Stars coach Allan Freese to chat about things off the field of play.

Katsande: Chiefs' unsung hero

Though it may not have been too important in the early days of professional football, the role of a defensive midfielder in the modern game is paramount to any side's hopes of success.

Pirates: Not yet perfect

Football411 can always appreciate the hard work and technical ability of footballers, but have Orlando Pirates got the right mix this term? We take a closer look.

Camp Nou naming rights for sale?

Until recently, FC Barcelona were the only big club able to resist sponsorship, and managed to keep their famous blue and red stripes clear of branding in the corporate world of modern football.

Chelsea's good business

Although Chelsea fans will be pleased with the signing of Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina, some of their recent departures have been as impressive as the arrivals.

Trio take on FIFA president

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has become one of football's baddies, an old administrator greedily holding on to power despite the claims of corruption that surround the sport.

These boots were made for throwing

There were plenty of talking points in Wednesday's Copa del Rey clash between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, although some were funnier than others.

Mashaba - The future of Bafana

Be excited, but don't expect Bafana Bafana to win anything for a few years, writes Lucas Mogale.

Bafana has backing of nation

South Africa have one last shot at progressing in the Africa Cup of Nations on Tuesday, but will have the backing of an entire nation spurring them on to glory.

Migration of the modern footballer

In the cosmopolitan world of modern football it is very rare for a top-level team to not feature any foreign players...

A weekend of Cupsets

There were some unbelievable results in the fourth round of the FA Cup this weekend, with some of the tournament favourites sent plummeting out in stunning fashion.

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