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May 17, 2011:  "Barring a Montpellier Top 14 win, the 2010-11 season will most likely be remembered for the transfer of power between Paris' two historic clubs." Ian Moriarty writes
Scrum Sevens
Jan 27, 2011:  Wales playmaker James Hook will trade the Ospreys for Perpignan at the end of the season and we've taken a look at some more Channel-hoppers in our latest Scrum Seven
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Nov 9, 2010:  "Recent comments by Marc Lièvremont are threatening to kick-start a new chapter in the club v country battle." Ian Moriarty writes
Heineken Cup
Oct 19, 2010:  "The opening skirmishes of the Heineken Cup have once more thrown light on the growing fault line between the Top 14 clubs and the rest of Europe." Ian Moriarty writes
Top 14
Sep 14, 2010:  "The mantle of winning on the road has been taken on by the likes of Bayonne and Montpellier and this season's Top 14 has been better for it." Ian Moriarty writes
Scrum Sevens
Aug 12, 2010:  The Top 14 kicks off on Friday with some of the world's biggest names cast into the French melting pot. We've taken a look at the men who need to impress in a Scrum Seven
Top 14
Aug 12, 2010:  "The Stade Felix Mayol is rocking. The atmosphere is electric. A near-capacity crowd of over 13,000 are packed in. This is pre-season, Toulon style." Graham Jenkins writes
Top 14
Aug 11, 2010:  "I know I am crazy sometimes, but it's good to be crazy sometimes because you can have some fantastic ideas." Graham Jenkins meets Toulon's president, Mourad Boudjellal
Top 14
Aug 10, 2010:  "While much of France is still enjoying the national August pastime of 'Congés Annuel', the Top 14 road show is back with a bang this Friday." Ian Moriarty writes
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