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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Tuesday, 8 January 2013

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image description   Paolo puts hand in pocket

It’s been a good first half of the season for Swindon in League One, and as they look to clinch promotion to the Championship, everyone at the club appears to be pulling in the same direction.

None more so than manager Paolo Di Canio.......
image description   Ronaldo is coming to these shores

Former World Player of the Year Ronaldo has clearly been thinking long and hard about life after football. The retired World Cup winner is coming to London to master a very different trade to the one which he’s made his name in.

Anything for that student lifestyle
image description   Benfica back heel goal

Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan scored arguably the goal of the weekend against Estoril. A sublime bit of skill which, if you tried to attempt on a Sunday morning, would only end in a pulled muscle of some sort.

We’re reminiscing Zola against Norwich in 2002.....
image description   Morecombe hoping more come

While Premier League clubs are getting healthy attendances each week, some non league clubs are suffering from the complete opposite. This has led to clubs creating new ways to entice fans to home games.

Morecombe are very much at the forefront of this....
image description   Future looks bright for Greece

AO Giannina’s youth team from Greece are on course to be the new Barcelona. The youngsters pass their opposition off the park in what can only be described as the perfect team goal.

Get those coaches to England now!
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606 was back this weekend, getting to the crux of all the big talking points of the FA Cup third round action. Macclesfield, Hastings United, Nottingham Forest and Liverpool fans all got in touch with us.

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