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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:55 UK time, Wednesday, 12 December 2012


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After turning out in force to wave their team off to the FIFA Club World Cup, this group of dedicated Corinthians fans

got their journey off to a flying start.
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Here’s the latest installment of Man City’s hilarious advent calendar, in which David Silva tackles an English delicacy.

Let’s hope he tries harder than this on the pitch.
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Played behind closed doors, last night’s match between Zenit St. Petersburg and Anzhi Makhachkala had an unusual atmosphere. But it was made even weirder by Igor Denisov’s strange behaviour during the pre-match national anthem.

Is the Russian anthem really that bad?
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Having helped his side to eighth place in the Brazilian Serie A, one of football’s best youngsters has taken a well-earned break. Neymar has been amusing the twitter world with pictures from his recent trip to Disneyland.

But which princess did he choose?
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Corinthians fans (as mentioned above) set out on mass to follow their team in a different continent, but this lonely man was the only Udinese supporter to make the 318 mile trip to Sampdoria last night.

At least he saw his side win 2-0.
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After a great start to the season and all but securing the Olympic Stadium as their new home, can life get any better for Hammers fans? Well now they’ve been crowned as the first Premier League team to appear in a well-known US cartoon,

but can you spot the mistake?

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