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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 29 March 2012

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image description   Venables gets Wembley job

Out of football management for five years, Terry Venables has taken the role of technical advisor at Wembley FC.

In the ninth tier of English football he hopes to leave the club "in a better position than he found it."
image description   Players continue through earthquake

Teams in Chile failed to notice a 7.1 magnitude earthquake during their recent game.

To be fair you're always taught to play to the whistle.
image description   Captain wants Donovan back

Everton may have got to the FA Cup semi-final without him but captain Phil Neville wants him back for Wembley.

Could he make a dramatic return?
image description   Carragher's let himself go

Jordan Henderson can't quite keep his composure in this post match interview...

... And what's happened to teammate Jamie Carragher?
image description   Crouch or Sangweni?

Many of you may have missed Thamsanqa Sangweni's 30-yard volley to contest with Peter Crouch's effort last weekend.

Which one do you think is better?
image description   Why US soccer is sometimes laughed at

The standard obviously isn't that bad if you look at the impact Landon Donovan and Thierry Henry made in the Premier League this season.

But someone made a bit of a mistake here.

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