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Producer Will Producer Will | 09:00 UK time, Saturday, 5 May 2012

 

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image description Poland's official Euro 2012 song sung by a group of nuns

A group of old ladies dressed up as nuns have been picked to sing Poland's official Euro 2012 song. They won a public vote.

Is this really how the hosts want their country to be represented?
image description Player sent off for protesting after winning a penalty

In the Norwegian fifth division a player was sent off after telling the referee he tripped and shouldn't have been awarded a penalty.

The referee however believed it was a blatant foul and sent him off for dissent. 
image description Top XI FA Cup Final goals

Ahead of tomorrow's FA Cup final, Pies have compiled what they think are the best 11 scores in the game's history.

Do you agree with them?
image description What can Benoit do?

Tottenham left back Benoit Assou-Ekotto earlier Tweeted he's bored without football in his life.

Can you think of a hobby for him?
image description Chelsea to move to Battersea?

The iconic Battersea power station is the latest target for big spending Roman Abramovich. 

Do you think Chelsea should move? Have your say on Facebook.
image description Slapped ball boy

Who knows what was up with Serey Die when he decided to slap a ball boy before taking a throw in.

And people complain about Rory Delap's behaviour when restarting the game.

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