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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 14:00 UK time, Sunday, 2 September 2012

 

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image description   Tasty Tevez

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has the right idea. If someone is keeping you out of the team, then simply eat them.

Bitter taste in the mouth?
image description   Pardaldinho

We’ve seen the best and worst of Newcastle boss Alan Pardew since the start of the season. First it was pushing a linesman, now he’s producing incredible touchline skills.

Pards is on the brink of becoming a touchline phenomenon.
image description   The new Xavier

Remember Abel Xavier, the ex Liverpool and Everton left back with the howler hair? Well, now a new Xavier is on the scene, Cleiton Xavier of Metalist Kharkiv, who has produced a different kind of howler.

My Nan could have scored that!
image description   Blubbing Brazilian

QPR’s new Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar bid an emotional farewell to Inter. Surely West London isn’t that bad?

He’ll be fine when he sees his first wage packet.
image description   Benayoun bluffing?

Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun was one of the players on the move on transfer deadline day. He was being very cryptic about his transfer situation on Twitter during the day.

But then again, he may just have watched last night’s episode of Eastenders on the iPlayer.
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