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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Wednesday, 26 September 2012


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image description   OX TV

Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is trying his hand at a spot of presenting with a new series of online videos called ‘OX TV’. In the latest episode he’s challenged to re-create Theirry Henry’s iconic goal against Manchester United.

But did he succeed? 
image description   Is this the fastest goal ever?

Find a goal scored quicker than this and we'll eat our bobble hats! Serbian youngster Vuk Bakic took just two seconds to score for Belgrade’s GSP Polet during a youth match.

See how he did it here.
image description   You don’t get many chances to be a hero!

During a recent Lower league game in Brazil, a frustrated physio had enough of being part of the back room set up. So he took matters into his own hands and attempted to make a name for himself.

We’ve all had moments when this has crossed our mind.
image description   Ameobi reveals training ground truths

Sammy Ameobi must have been crunched at training this morning. He went on Twitter to remind himself not to go near a certain player.

Which player do you think he’s talking about?
image description   Celebrity Fit Club

It’s no secret that since retiring, Ronaldo has piled on the pounds. So desperate is he to shed the weight, he’s joined a reality TV show.

Could we see him make a cameo appearance if he hits his target weight?
image description   Upsets in the Capital One Cup?

The League Cup always provides huge shocks and drama, we asked you lot if you could see any upsets yesterday.

This is what you said on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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