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Football Manager 2013: the 30 best transfer targets, part one

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Having trouble building your dream team? We've asked Sports Interactive for the juiciest transfer targets at all levelsFootball Manager 13 has been out for a week, and by now most early purchasers will be well into their first season. Perhaps you are guiding some plucky Division Two minnow slowly up...
Football Manager 2013: the 30 best transfer targets, part one

BT offering 38 'free' Premier League games to broadband and vision subscribers

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BT's plan to match Sky on sporting rights has already seen it spend big to buy ESPN UK, but how does it plan on recouping that cash? By giving away £738 million ($1.1 billion) worth of live Premier League games for "free" to new and existing BT customers. The...
BT offering 38 'free' Premier League games to broadband and vision subscribers

BBC to play Ding Dong in chart show despite anti-Thatcher Facebook push

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Radio 1 says it may ask Newsbeat reporter to explain context of song, as top five entry poses test for corporation's new chiefBBC Radio 1 is planning to play Ding Dong the Witch is Dead, the Wizard of Oz track being bought by anti-Thatcher protesters in the wake of the...
BBC to play Ding Dong in chart show despite anti-Thatcher Facebook push

Brands may be paying celebrities for tweets, but who’s paying Twitter?

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It seems you can’t even post a photo of yourself eating a chocolate bar on Twitter these days without kicking up a stink. On Tuesday, Manchester United and (former?) England defender Rio Ferdinand – with almost two million Twitter followers – posted this message, accompanied by a photo of himself...
Brands may be paying celebrities for tweets, but who’s paying Twitter?
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