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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 10:30 UK time, Tuesday, 25 September 2012

 

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From diving to Aston Villa, we had some really interesting debates on the show this weekend. Now there is a chance for you to keep the conversation going right here on The 606 blog.

Use the comments section at the bottom of the post to have your say.
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