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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Tuesday, 4 September 2012

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Dominique Niederhauser, goalkeeper at amateur Swiss club Dardania Lausanne, made himself into a household name on Sunday. Tell him to ‘clear your lines’, and he may just produce something very special.

He definitely needs to work on his kicking
image description A hero’s welcome

Marseille fans welcomed new signing Joey Barton to the club in style at the weekend. It seems the Marseille fans are warming to Barton already.

The most contradicting banner of all time?
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Footballers are known for looking after themselves and being the typical ‘metro sexual’. But Reading and Wales winger Hal Robson-Kanu has taken ‘male grooming’ to the next level if this tweet is anything to go by...

All he needs now is his nails done
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Cardiff defender Andrew Taylor certainly knows how to keep his Twitter followers guessing. It must have been a very slow news day in the world of Andrew Taylor.

It’s the little things in life, isn’t it?
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After back to back promotions and pulsating matches against Manchester City and Manchester United, you’d think Southampton fans would be on the edge of their seats. Maybe all this excitement is getting too much for them.

How’s that for a wake up call?
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Stoke fans voiced their discontent at manager Tony Pulis on 606 at the weekend, and Liverpool fans bemoaned the lack of strikers at the club.

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