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The Special One aka José Mourinho The Special One aka José Mourinho | 16:16 UK time, Friday, 18 June 2010

While everyone is sitting back enjoying World Cup 2010 and complaining about the Vuvuzela, there are others like 'Robbie' for whom the World Cup is nothing but a sharp reminder of a crime they recently suffered at the hands of a man called Henry - probably not his first name.
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  • Comment number 1.

    It was a crime to be sure, and I feel for victim Robbie. Henry has never denied his criminal actions, and perhaps his deep desire to once again play on center stage got the best of him. Luckily, the nature of an imploding universe has kept him isolated so far and unable to repeat his offenses. Karma can be a real "cup of coffee". I hear tickets back to Paris from South Africa are getting scarce. Baggage fees are very high.

    Thanks to BBC 3 for letting us in the US now see these videos on their website. Many thanks. Special1TV just makes the Cup so much better.

  • Comment number 2.

    Poor Robbie. Lets hope for a good performance from the South Africans today. Karma Karma Karma

  • Comment number 3.

    C'mon Ireland!!!!!!!!!!
    Have I said that already?
    Waddcha mean we're not at the World cup? France are there in our place.
    ....oh yeh....

  • Comment number 4.

    Wow. what a funny show. I watch it every week. Thanks....


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