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Who do you want #606in and #606out?

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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 08:34 UK time, Thursday, 10 May 2012

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image description   Sorry Sarah!

You would think that parading around The Emirates in a Spurs shirt must be the result of a bet. Well this guy is just trying to show how sorry he his to his girlfriend.

This is commitment. Go on Sarah – forgive him!
image description   Juventus flying high.

Juventus are the Serie A champions for the first time since 2003 and they have been celebrating in style. But all that partying pays a price and now they seem to be acting like little girls.

Check out the Juventus slumber party.
image description   #606in or #606out?

Roy Hodgson is set to announce his England squad a week today. Who should go? Who shouldn’t? This created quite the debate on our Facebook and Twitter.

Do you agree with who should be #606in and #606out?
image description   Rooney praises Carroll

After impressive performances from Andy Carroll recently many believe he should be #606in the England team. Wayne Rooney also seemed impressed with the Liverpool striker’s form.

Could they be playing together in Poland?
image description   Post rage

Universitatea keeper Mircea Bornescu managed to get his team’s Romanian derby with CFR Cluj abandoned after he got angry with the goal post. Cluj were awarded a soft penalty and when it was converted off the post, Bornescu reacted the only way he felt necessary.

Then he went after the player who scored the penalty!
image description   Stick him up top!

It was all going so well for Djurgarden in their Swedish league game against AIK. They were leading 1-0 until the 89th minute when their defender, Marc Pedersen put the ball into his own net.

It was quite the strike though!

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