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ATLETICO DE MADRID, Simeone: "Falcao? Fortunately the market is over"

01.09.2012 08.00 by Marco Gori  read 3313
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Interviewed by Sky Sport after the game against Chelsea, Atletico de Madrid coach Diego Simeone has declared about his forward Radamel Falcao: "Fortunately the transfer market is over, because if we played some days ago it would have been difficult for us to keep him. I think that Falcao is one of the best forwards in the World".

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