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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Saturday, 29 September 2012


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There are some pretty shocking examples of football body art out there but this could be the worst of the lot. The culprit is a Chelsea fan, so the tattoo was always going to be of these two…

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A classic way to welcome a new recruit to your club is of course embarrassing them as much as possible. Getting the new boy to do a karaoke number seems to be popular…

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image description   Fletch's eggs

Steven Fletcher has taken his form in front of goal and has transferred it into egg catching. The Sunderland striker was out at dinner last night and ended up trying to catching eggs. 

Sounds odd to us, but not as odd as Steven looked in a chef's hat.
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We’ve had plenty of odd football merchandise feature on this newsletter – the Barcelona showerhead, the Newcastle onesie, but this could top the lot.

German side, St Pauli have targeted the breakfast market with this nifty little kitchen gadget.
image description   Footballers go mad for golf

It’s no secret that footballers love their golf. But apparently they’re just as into watching it. The Ryder Cup started today and it's all footballers are tweeting about. Hopefully they'll drag themselves away from the TV to play tomorrow!

You can follow all the Ryder Cup action on BBC Radio 5 Live.
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