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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Saturday, 27 October 2012

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image description Roberto Martinez plays Queenie

Lifelong Wigan fan, Tom Gill received a special treat for his 100th birthday. Wigan manager, Roberto Martinez popped round for a cuppa bearing gifts.

Better than a letter from the Queen.
image description Such a cool finish…

Shame it was in his own net! Panathinaikos lost 0-1 to Lazio last night in The Europa League. Their right-back, Giourkas Seitaridi scored the only goal of the game, he spotted a gap in his own defence and slotted it home. 

Just check out his composure in front of (his own) goal.
image description Living up to the hype!

On yesterday’s blog we featured ‘Heskey Cam’. Well last night we asked if he could live up to the fuss. And he did, scoring two goals.

Including an overhead kick… well you could call it that.
image description Podolski goes Dench!

If you’re aware of Emmanuel Frimpong, you’re aware of the Dench movement. He’s spread the message all over Twitter and now his team-mates are catching on.

Lukas Podolski even flashed it at training.
image description Swansea lads having fun on their travels

Manchester is over 200 miles away from Swansea and the Swansea City players are certainly feeling the distance as they make their way up there for the game against Manchester City today.

Seems like half the team were tweeting about each other to kill the time.
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