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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 21 September 2012


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image description Exploding litter

Nobody likes to see items thrown onto the pitch during a game. Especially when those items come close to taking a hand off! This is no coin or lighter we’re dealing with here…

See what happened in this Iranian league game.
image description What’s happened to the classic black boots?

When you think of Phil Neville, you think classic, traditional, hard-working English footballer. So when he tweeted a picture of his new boots…

we didn’t expect to see these flashy numbers.
image description Yep, he’s still about

The Spurs’ goalkeepers are arguably the best in The Premier League. There’s Lloris, Friedel, Cudicini and many have forgotten about Gomes. He enjoyed a rather strange training game with his fellow Spurs keepers.

But can anybody work out the objective of this game?
image description Guess who’s back!

Arsenal are enjoying a good start to the season and now they’ve been given another positive boost as one of their fan favourite’s was welcomed back to full training today.

His return even got him trending on Twitter.
image description Ninja keeper

Footballers take part in all sorts of strange training techniques these days. You’ve got ballet, yoga but in the Brazilian second division, they seem to be teaching kung-fu.

Here’s America Miniero’s keeper Nencea showing off his moves.
image description Back on the road!
606 is hitting the road again and this time all roads lead to… Sheffield! Robbie, Mark and the 606 team will be doing a special one-off show from The Crucible in Sheffield on the 13th October.


And you can be there. Register for tickets now!

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