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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 21 December 2012

 

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image description   Is Gareth Bale interviewing himself?

There has been a conspiracy going round about the interviewer on the Spurs’ YouTube channel. Many believe that it’s actually Gareth Bale.

Listen to Gareth’s nervous noise as he reacts to the fans comments.
image description   Santi Carzola’s coming to town…

A few of the Arsenal players have chosen their favourite chants sung by the fans and have sung them themselves to find out the best one.

There are some great ones here! “But here’s my number, call me Szczesny.” Is our favourite.
image description   Neymar-fever

The stars were on show in an annual charity football match made up of legends such as Zico, Roberto Carlos, Zidane and Ronaldo. There was also some fuss over Neymar.

Check out this girls’ reaction. As well as Zidane showing he’s still got it.
image description   AC Milan sing-a-long

Ever thought you’d see the AC Milan team cover Wham? No, neither did we. But here it is, the Italian giants covering “Last Christmas” this Christmas.

Do you think Kevin-Prince Boateng learnt to sing in Portsmouth?
image description   Joey Barton comments on David Luiz’s wet hair look

Chelsea’s 5-1 win over Leeds at Elland Road last night was a rather soggy affair. Joey Barton was watching the game from the other side of the channel…

and likened David Luiz to a certain animal.
image description   Champions League and Europa League draw reaction

The British teams were dealt some tough draws in the Champions and Europa League on Friday. Arguably the pick of the ties is Real Madrid v. Manchester United.

React to the draw on the 606 Facebook and Twitter.

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