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Football: Hiddink escapes the coach cull

ARRIGO SACCHI, who left Atletico Madrid as coach yesterday, has said he is leaving football for good.

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Football: Wenger's grafters make their point

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Football: Chelsea revel in the unreal

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Football: Dutch suffer talent drain

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Football World Cup: Netherlands 2 Yugoslavia 1

SECOND ROUND: STADE MUNICIPAL, TOULOUSE. ATTENDANCE: 36,500

Football World C up: Hiddink plays waiting game

PATRICK KLUIVERT, the Netherlands striker, may return to action tonight after a two-match ban for striking a Belgian defender.

Football: Stam's Dutch warning

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Football: World Cup: Netherlands 0 Belgium 0

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