Category talk:FC Porto

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  1. Chelsea come from behind to defeat Porto -- the losing team. Done
  2. 2009–10 UEFA Champions League: Round of 16 field set -- one of the teams in the Last 16. Done
  3. UEFA Champions League 2008–09: FC Porto kicked out of competion -- team about which the article is. Done
  4. Portuguese football club Porto in match-fixing probe -- club in question.
  5. Russian football club signs two Portugal internationals -- signed from Porto.
  6. Draw for Champions League round of 16 made -- club in Last 16.
  7. Serie A 2008–09: Inter Milan hire Mourinho as new Head Coach -- doubtful former coach, second-degree relation.
  8. Julen Lopetegui named Spanish football manager -- doubtful weak connection, former coach.
  9. Bobby Robson to undergo cancer surgery -- doubtful former club, weak connection.
  10. UEFA Champions League 2017–2018: Draw for Last 16 held at Nyon -- one of the teams in Last 16.
  11. Chelsea sacks José Mourinho -- doubtful weak connection, former coach.
  12. Spanish Football Federation sacks Lopetegui as team's head coach one day before FIFA World Cup -- doubtful weak connection, former coach.
  13. Champions League round of sixteen—first leg results -- played the match.
  14. UEFA Champions League 2007/08: Group Stage Draw -- one of the teams.
  15. UEFA Champions League round-up: September 18, 2007 -- one of the teams.

Note: Even though Inter's category existed when Manchester United appoints José Mourinho as new manager was written, its category was not added, so maybe former coach argument doesn't really help.
•–• 18:38, 8 January 2019 (UTC)

create redirect after ftc request is completed[edit]

  1. FC Porto
  2. F.C. Porto
  3. Futebol Clube do Porto
  4. Futebol Clube Porto
    •–• 18:40, 8 January 2019 (UTC)