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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 12:17 UK time, Friday, 2 November 2012

 

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image description   Ronaldinho tries to win a penalty on Twitter

It didn’t work on the pitch, so why try again on Twitter? After Atletico Mineiro’s 1-1 draw with Fluminense, Ronaldinho reflected on a self-proclaimed game changer.

The tweet might not be English, but get the idea from the picture.
image description   The magic of the cup

Don’t you just love The FA Cup? Yate Town’s average home crowd this season is 137, their team includes a groundwork contractor and a floor layer.

But this weekend they’re in the FA Cup first round.
image description   The goalkeeper that comes out to punch

Serhiy Pohorilyi of Ukrainian team, Tavriya must be leading another life as a boxer. During a recent game, he got carried away with some gloves on.

Just check out the left hook he plants on the opposition.  
image description   Attention: Unidentified fan

Oh, don’t worry, it’s only Robbie Keane. He was out watching the Lakers with Becks and Russell Brand and after a picture with some fans

one publication got confused about who the fans actually were.
image description   Blast from the past

Late last night, after recovering from his side’s tight win at Swindon, Shay Given dug this old picture out. An 18-year-old Shay making his league debut at Swindon.

We love the green top, red shorts combo.
image description   Mick McCarthy and Terry Connor take over at Ipswich.

Mick and Terry are reunited. Their latest challenge is Ipswich Town. How do you think they will fare?

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