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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 25 October 2012


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image description   Would you Bolivia it?

This is the sort of goalkeeper you would love to have in a penalty shoot out. Carlos Erwin Arias of Bolivian side Oriente Petrolero, saved the same penalty three times, after it was ordered to be retaken.

Pity he isn’t English...
image description   The Spanish Del Boy

A Getafe fan was spotted chilling out before their game against Levante on Sunday, with a huge cigar.

It’s no surprise people aren’t sitting next to him or in front of him.
image description   Chickens served on Plate’s pitch

River Plate’s pitch was invaded prior to their game with Buenos Aires giants at the weekend. Quilmes fans have even gone to the trouble of making club clothing for the rampant invaders.

How will the Venky’s respond to this?
image description   It takes two seconds to score a goal

Mo Osman of Vitesse Arnhem’s U19’s scored one of the quickest goals we’ve ever seen at the weekend. However, there are serious question marks over the goalkeeper here.

He’s basically saying “please lob me”
image description   606’s oldest caller?

A 10 year old and 89 year old phoned in to 606 this weekend. Dennis is an 89 year old Aston Villa, and believes his team are heading for relegation this season.

He also took the opportunity to have a little dig at Robbie’s dancing skills...
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It was a very busy weekend on 606 as the Premier League and Championship returned. The Kick It Out t-shirt issue was a hot topic, and we also heard from Spurs fans, Leeds fans and QPR fans.

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