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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 13 December 2012

 

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image description The new Rory Delap?

Spanish football has a reputation of clever triangles and great movement. But second division side, Sporting Gijon have shown that sometimes you have to resort to a big throw into the mixer.

I wonder if Luis Hernandez has been watching Stoke?
image description Federer shows he’s not bad with the ball at his feet

Tennis legend Roger Federer is currently on an exhibition tour in Sao Paulo. He thought he’d give the crowd a show by pulling on a Brazil shirt…

and showing off his fancy footwork.
image description Lighting up the pitch

Saint-Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made sure all eyes were on him for his team’s pre-match warm-up against Lyon on Sunday. He decided he would wear crystal-encrusted boots, reported to be worth €3,000.

But of course he didn’t wear them in the actual game, that’d be silly…
image description Cech out Eden!

Chelsea seem to be having fun over in Japan at the Club World Cup. We just hope Petr Cech finds his all his kit for tomorrow's game.

Especially with Eden Hazard rummaging through the Chelsea kitbag.
image description Meanwhile in Japan…

Chelsea might not have a played a game yet, but Hiroshima have already beaten Ulsan in the fifth-place play-off and they celebrated in style.

We love a choreographed celebration.
image description Teach them young

Barcelona’s YouTube channels have recently uploaded a video of their very talented under-10’s side playing some lovely football, as you’d expect.

It’s a little scary how good they are. Are these youngsters the future Messi, Iniesta and Xavi?

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