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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 26 October 2012

 

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image description   Schalke flying high – five

Travelling fans are always greatly appreciated by players. They’ll always make their way over to the section of away fans on the final whistle, no matter the score.

A very happy Schalke team went that one step further after beating Arsenal at The Emirates last night.
image description   Heskey Cam

With Emile Heskey attracting a huge following in Australia, one TV network has decided we need to see a little bit more from the Englishman.

We've all heard of player and tunnel cam...
image description   Rio gets a free ride

Can you ever imagine seeing a footballer queue, especially to get a travel card for the London tube! Well Rio Ferdinand started to, before a friendly passer-by gave him his travel card he had finished with.

Do you think they were a United fan?
image description   Micah Richards defends with his face

It’s been a far from convincing week in the Champions League for the English clubs involved. Micah Richards summed up his teams performance with an attempted clearance.

Ouch. 
image description   Captain’s duties

Being the club captain is a big responsibility, but having the armband at Swansea City brings even greater responsibilities.

You missed a spot!
image description   Qualify for Champions League or win a cup?

Arsene Wenger believes qualifying for the Champions League ranks higher than winning The FA or League Cup. Would you rather your club won some silverware or qualify for The Champions League?

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