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Under 18s at Man City and Swindon score some sensational goals

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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 20 January 2012

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image description   Amazing goals

Man City Under 18s visited Swindon and the game wasn't short of sensational goals.

The first two were kind of average but then a 25-passer, a 40-yarder and a guided OG into the bottom corner.
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"She will resist you at first, but if you continue to ask her out, it always ends well. Never give up."
image description   There will be beer

FIFA have confirmed beer must be sold at the 2014 World Cup, despite alcholic drinks currently being banned in Brazilian stadiums.

General Secretary Jerome Valcke said: "Alcoholic drinks are part of the FIFA World Cup."
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Rodney Marsh has commented on the appointment of the first woman to the FA's board.

What do you think he means in this Tweet about Heather Rabbatts?
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In what is surely just a blip - Michael of Fluminense misses an open goal from within the six yard box.

Might leave him in the January sales.
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It seems Emmanuel Frimpong might not be getting it all his own way at Wolves.

Who do you think is trying to bully him?

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