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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 3 February 2012

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image description Ferdinand is Spurs' head scout

Anorak have noticed how Harry Redknapp seems to pick his forwards based on the opinion of one Rio Ferdinand.

First Adebayor, now Saha - could he be a double agent?
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Messi, Fabregas, Iniesta, Xavi - the Barcelona talent line is just incredible.

Look at their centre back, Carlos Puyol, who can do things like this.
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Ever spent hours scratching you head and wondering who should be your German team?

Yes? Then this handy flow-chart will help you out.
image description Sunderland top of the league

Look at the Premier League table since Martin O'Neill took charge at Sunderland and the Black Cats are sat top of the pile.

It doesn't make great reading for Wigan, Wolves, QPR or Arsenal though.
image description Bent hits 100

Congratulations to Darren Bent who last night notched his 100th Premier League goal.

Could he get another ton?
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Robbie answers the questions you pose to him on Twitter for the new BBC Sport website.

This week he tips who he thinks might get relegated, Nicola Jelavic's chances in England and he questions Jose Mourinho's future.

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