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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 10:43 UK time, Tuesday, 2 October 2012

 

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Sporting Lisbon fan Diogo Sena has covered ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ by Gotye, to let out his frustrations on the club’s decline.

Talk about raising the bar in the fanatical fan stakes
image description   Ki ‘Song’ Yeung

Swansea’s South Korean midfielder Ki Sung Yeung has announced his arrival at the Liberty Stadium, by singing to his team mates. On this evidence, he should stick to the day job.

*adopts Louis Walsh voice* “Ki, you’re not versatile enough”
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Serbia’s U17’s pulled off a spectacular training ground corner kick routine in their 4-0 win against Moldova.

Last time we saw something like this was at the circus......
image description   The imaginary goal

Stoke lost to Chelsea last weekend at Stamford Bridge 1-0, at least we think they did.....The Potters matchday programme has left fans and media alike wondering if we missed an equaliser.

The positive spin here is admirable.
image description   What a bummer!

Own goals can be caused by horrific defending or unlucky deflections. For goalkeeper Sergio Rodriguez of Mexican side Universidad Guadalajara, it was the latter....thanks to his back side.

It’s an interesting technique
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