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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Wednesday, 24 October 2012

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image description Total Wipeout

A Paraguayan junior league match between Teniente Farina and Libertad ended in chaos at the weekend after a brawl left all 36 players (that’s teams and substitutes) with red cards.

See if you can spot the flying Kung fu kick...
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Fans of the Polish amateur team, Victorii Kaluszyn, have come up with a new way of supporting their side. Turning their backs on chants, a small group of dedicated fans

have decided to monitor the officials more closely.
image description Where’s Stevie?

To celebrate 25 years of the cartoon puzzle Where’s Wally?, a special commemorative edition has been issued featuring many of England’s finest footballers. Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Joe Hart have made it onto the team-sheet,

but we’ve only found the FA cup so far.
image description Kun gets ‘Messied’ up

A video has emerged of an interview in which Sergio Agüero talks about his first encounter with his Argentine teammate, Lionel Messi. Unfortunately, neither of them made the greatest first impressions...

‘Lionel who?’
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The theatrics of Spanish footballers have not gone unnoticed and their performances have now attracted a different audience. Barcelona-based theatre group, Comediarte, have used two of the culprits to promote their acting classes. ‘Te gusta actuar?’...

’Do you like to act?’
image description Jumping ship

Dougie Freedman was confirmed at the new Bolton boss yesterday, leaving behind Championship rivals Crystal Palace.

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