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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:42 UK time, Friday, 11 May 2012

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Gunners say bye

Pat Rice will be leaving his post as assistant manager at Arsenal at the end of the season, with Steve Bould replacing him. Arsenal players Robin Van Persie, Jack Wilshere and Emmanuel Eboue all Tweeted their goodbyes.

Will the Premier League miss him? Join the discussion on the 606 Facebook and Twitter.

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Celtic’s ‘Tackle of the Year’

There was a surprise in the Celtic end of season awards when young Andre Blackman picked up the prize for ‘Best Tackle’. Despite only three first team appearances, his challenge on manager Neil Lennon during a reserve match was the winner.

We like the way he escapes after flooring the gaffer!

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Anniversary dream goal

German semi-professional side TuS Haltern celebrated their 130-year anniversary with a game against German side FC Schalke. Despite the likes of Raul playing for FC Shalke, TuS Haltern got off to a dream start

with this wonder goal from forward Mustafa Dana.

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Neville and his Everton player of the year

Phil Neville has taken to Twitter to share his thoughts on who should walk away with the Everton Player of the Year award. He’s tipping English left-back Leighton Baines.

Do you agree with Phil that Baines has been the best left-back in the Premier League this season?

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The footballer that doesn’t age

Despite having played for Inter Milan since 1995, Javier Zanetti doesn’t look any different now to when he first started playing for the Italian side. He’s even got the same hairstyle!

Seeing is believing, through the medium of Panini stickers.

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Manchester clubs to dominate

They might have dominated the Premier League this season, but do you agree with former Manchester United defender David May that the red and blue of Manchester will continue to dominate?

Join the debate on our Facebook page.



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