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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Wednesday, 25 January 2012

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image description   Seventy yard goal - on the full

FC Metalist full-back Cristian Villagra scored an incredible 70-yard free kick without the ball bouncing.

Was the ball moving though?
image description   Ferdinand reveals secret hobby

It seems Rio Ferdinand has been getting into knitting to help him relax.

How will his cardigan turn out?
image description   Italian WAG reveals all

Underwear model Melissa Satta has revealed the cause of Kevin Prince Boateng's most recent muscle strain.

Apparently the couple spend a lot of time in the bedroom...
image description   Bookies pay out on €436,000 accumulator

One person in Greece isn't worrying about money too much anymore after winning €435,887 on an accumulator last weekend.

Have a look at the games he correctly predicted from across Europe.
image description   Bubble football

The same Norwegian TV show which brought us electroshock football have come back with a new variation of the beautiful game.

One ball, two goals and two teams - but each player has a plastic bubble covering their entire top half.
image description   Is that Zidane in goal...

... No, it's JS Kabylie stopper Malik Asselah who pulls off this outrageous bit of skill in Algeria.

Look at the fans' reaction.

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