18 March ~ Last week the Times reported that Qatar planned to stage a biennial competition for Europe's top clubs, the Dream Football League. It was the biggest football story of the year – and it turned out to have been completely made up, leading the Times to print an apology today. The blog Twohundredpercent has been following the story

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