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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 20 September 2012


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image description   Liam Gallagher and his “Fade Away”

What a dramatic night in the Bernabeu! It was all a bit too much for one of City’s biggest fans as he got lary inside the ground. There are reports he left at 1-1 and reports he was thrown out.

All we know for sure is that the “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star” could no longer just “Roll with It”.
image description   A fear of spiders, but a lover of The Jungle Book?

Who could it be? A Bebo account has surfaced online that looks like it was once the online home for a certain Premier League star.

His hair has grown a bit since, but we think you'll recognise him. 
image description   He’s got a cheek!

There’s always somebody that takes it that one step too far, isn’t there? A young fan of Turkish side, Kasimpasa got on the pitch during his team’s match with Gaziantepspor…

and took it that step too far.
image description   Ash opens up

Ashley Cole loved last night’s Champions League tie between Real Madrid and Manchester City. He revealed that two players on the pitch were the best in their position, in his opinion.

But whom was Ash talking about? See here and here.
image description   The Newcastle onesie

We know it can get cold up in the North West, but surely not cold enough to don Newcastle’s ‘All in One Kit Suit’. You’ll look more like a prisoner than a football fan

If you wear this.
image description   Champions League predictions
With three British teams in Champions League action last night, we asked you to make some predictions on our Facebook page.


This is what you predicted on our Facebook page.

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