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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Saturday, 14 January 2012

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image description   Raul drives to work with his own theme tune

Schalke fans have taken to Raul so much they've even made him his own theme tune.

Hear it as the Spanish striker listens on his way to training.
image description   Frimpong gets Wolves stick

Emmanuel Frimpong has only just joined Wolves on load but has already gained a bit of a reputation.

Look at his Twitter and see what award he's just been given.
image description   The worst Premier League tackles ever

With the likes of Roberto Mancini having strong opinions on recent challenges, Who Ate all the Pies have compiled 11 of the most despicable tackles.

image description   Huddlestone might have problems

Tom Huddlestone is growing his hair until he scores his next goal to raise money for charity - thing is, he can't get a game.

Have a look at how unruly his mane is already - how long will it go on?
image description   Spanish nonchalance

The Spanish are known for being pretty chilled out but this finish from Gaizka Toquero is something else.

Check out the Althletic Bilbao forward's back heel.
image description   Goal line technology anybody?

We think Napoli may be bending the ear of FIFA about goal line technology after this effort from Goran Pandev.

Decide for yourself.

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