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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Thursday, 11 October 2012

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image description   Drop kick goal

In the semi-final of the Maldives Presidents Cup, goalkeeper Imran Mohamed decided to test his opposition number from a drop kick. A great goal or poor goalkeeping?

Rule one: Don’t let the ball bounce.
image description   Crystal Cheer

There are plenty of football clubs who now have cheerleaders, but Crystal Palace was one of the first and they’re still leading the way. They've already covered Carly Rae Jepsen

and now they’ve taken on another hit.
image description   Wrong team Iker!

Spain captain Iker Casillas has well over 100 caps for his country. But he still struggles to remember his nationality. You’ll never guess which t-shirt he was wearing

as he prepared for Spain's World Cup qualifier against France.
image description   The Suttons

Chris Sutton is 39 and still playing football, albeit for Ryman Division One North side Wroxham. He started on the bench on Saturday with another member of his family…

Via ‘Who Ate All The Pies.’
image description   Francesco Totti the tour guide

There are reports in Italy that Roma and Italy legend, Francesco Totti is releasing his own tour guide book of his birthplace, Rome. He has played football there for around 20 years so should know a thing or two. 

Check out the leaked cover.
image description   Fifa’s vice-president Jim Boyce says diving is becoming a “Cancer within the game”

How would you stop it? Mayor West on Twitter says “Red card, 3 match ban….sorted.” But Dan on Facebook says “The only workable solution would be a retrospective one match ban.”

How would you solve this problem? Join the debate on Facebook and Twitter.

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