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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Wednesday, 30 January 2013

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image description Yeovil Town’s ball boy training

It’s now becoming that time of the year in football known as ‘the business end of the season’. As Yeovil Town push on for one of those lucrative play-off spots, they’ve ensured that everyone knows their role at the club.

Are ball boys the new way to run the clock down?
image description Scorpion kick goal

This is one of the most instinctual finishes we’ve seen in a long time. Is it that or is it just a matter of throwing your leg over your head and hoping for the best?

You decide.
image description Paul Scholes – Where’s my car?

There’s plenty of lessons that can be learnt from watching Paul Scholes on the football field, but he’s also taught us all a valuable lesson to do with our cars today.

Don’t leave your car defrosting with the engine running…
image description Becks turns out for Arsenal

England legend, David Beckham trained with Arsenal at London Colney today, a lot of the Arsenal players looked like little kids at Christmas as they trained with one of the biggest names in football.

Would you like to see the man once known as ‘Goldenballs’ back in the Premier League?
image description The real reason Galatasaray signed Sneijder and Drogba..

You might think the Turkish club have signed the two Champions League winners for footballing reasons, well that seems to be just a bonus. They’ve justified their cash splashing…

By saying that these two players will make them more popular on computer games.
image description Will you miss Mario?

It looks like Mario Balotelli will be leaving Manchester City for AC Milan. Will you miss the Italian in the Premier League? Tell us your favourite #Mariomemory...

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