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Football legends visit Jason Roberts Foundation in Stonebridge

A group of former World Cup and Champions League winners, including Eric Abidal and Christian Karembeu, visited the Jason Roberts Foundation’s base recently as education and sport met in Stonebridge.

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QPR boss blames set-piece defending for ‘disappointing’ Middlesbrough defeat

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