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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Saturday, 19 January 2013

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We love a good celebration at 606. Especially one we’ve never seen before and especially someone attempting to make a call through their boot.

Here’s Honduran striker Carlo Costly scoring for Veria in the Greek Cup.
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Many questioned his decision to go to the West London club over the North-East of Newcastle. But QPR have revealed the real reason for him choosing them…

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Watch it here.
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Former Aston Villa manager, John Gregory showed off his talents with a guitar round his neck in a recent Villa supporters club meeting. He sung Bruce Springsteen’s “No Surrender” in tribute to Villa club captain Stiliyan Petrov…

who is currently fighting leukemia.
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News from Southampton had 606 HQ in a state of shock on Friday. The South Coast side have sacked Nigel Adkins and have appointed former Espanyol manager Maurico Pochettino.

You might remember him from this. React to the debate on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
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Mark Chapman comes back into the side on Saturday alongside Robbie Savage kicking off at 18.06 and Ian Dennis will be making his 606 debut with Jason Roberts on Sunday…

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