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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 15 December 2011

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image description A not so Haj-been

An abundance of football greats came together last night for the annual UN ‘Match against Poverty’ between a squad of legends and a Hamburg SV All-Stars team. The UN side featured Drogba, Zidane and the Brazilian Ronaldo.

But it was Gheorghe Hagi proving he still has fancy footwork that did it for us.
image description Stoke’s Ariel problem

Even Peter Crouch can’t help Stoke in the air – the team’s plane landed in the wrong airport in Turkey for their Europa Cup tie against Besiktas.

Ex-Potter Gabriel Zakuani found it hilarious
image description Guti grows goatee

Guti must have got the message that he didn’t make the cut for the 606 Hair XI and decided he had to do something about it.

We’re not quite sure his new goatee qualifies.
image description Happy New Year from Napoli

Napoli have released a behind the scenes video to the making of their new calendar for 2012. The video sees the team in an array of costumes and poses, promising an interesting 12 pages.

We hope some of their shots on the pitch are better.
image description Santa Chaplow is coming to town!

As Southampton enter the festive period top of the tree, Saints midfielder Richard Chaplow is obviously feeling generous this Christmas.

He asked his followers for a hand wrapping this lot!
image description Europe’s most wanted man?

19-year-old Brazilian wonder kid, Neymar is one of the hottest prospects in the game at the moment, with all the big clubs reportedly after his signature.

But it looks like his price tag might have gone up again after this in the semi-final of the Club World Cup.

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