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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football

10. Blatter to run for fifth term as Fifa president

"The 78-year-old Swiss still feels that he has work to do in his role at the head of the game's governing body, saying that his 'mission is not yet finished'."
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9. Koscielny pens new Arsenal contract

"The Gunners have confirmed that the French centre-back has signed a new long-term deal, having forged an impressive partnership with Per Mertesacker this season and reportedly attracted the attentions of Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain."
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8. Uliana flying flag for female match officials

"Brazilian official Fernanda Colombo Uliana ran the line during the weekend's clash between Atletico Mineiro and Cruzeiro, which will hopefully inspire more women to get involved."
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7. Zanetti to be Inter vice-president

"The Argentine club legend, who is set to bring the curtain down on his illustrious career next weekend, will continue to play a prominent role at the club."
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6. Wigan and QPR battle to join Derby

"Both sides played out a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Championship semi-final and will resume battle on Monday as they seek to join Derby in the final."
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5. Banana thrown at AC Milan game

" Defender Kevin Constant was targeted by a supporter in the crowd during the second half of their away loss to Atalanta. Milan coach Clarence Seedorf said later he was proud of his players' response to the incident."
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4. Mata: Man Utd can benefit from European absence

"The Red Devils will endure a first season outside the Champions League in 18 years next term, but the Spaniard believes a lack of distractions could prove an advantage as they aim to reclaim the Premier League title."
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3. Baihakki returns to LionsXII

"The Singapore international all but confirmed that he has rejoined his former club and Goal Singapore's Ahmad Khan believes he can rekindle their title hopes."
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2. Atletico and Barcelona to fight it out in La Liga showdown

"Diego Simeone's men drew 1-1 with Malaga but their rivals stumbled 0-0 to Elche,leaving both to face each other for the title in a dramatic duel at Camp Nou next weekend."
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1. Man City crowned Premier League champions

"Goals from Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany handed Manuel Pellegrini's side their second league title in three years as they beat West Ham 2-0 at home, rendering Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Newcastle at Anfield inconsequential."
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