10. Frank Lampard and Fernando Torres come down with Bieber Fever as the pint-sized pop star pays a visit to Stamford Bridge.
With eagle-eyed observations such as “You’re left-footed there, innit”, Lamps is surely set to follow cousin Jamie Redknapp into football punditry.
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9. Meet the world’s latest superhero – Rollerman. Other than travel at dangerously high speeds down mountainside roads, we are yet to discover what other powers he possesses.
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8.You’ve got to feel for this South African Sevens player, who thinks he’s scored himself a try… only to realise he has mixed up his lines and is, in fact, still five metres short.
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7. Seemingly, finger taekwondo is the new craze sweeping across Korea. Tumb wars are so last century.
6. Neymar, the 19-year-old poster boy of South American football, has so far turned down the advances of Europe’s biggest clubs. This explains why. We’d be sticking with Santos too.
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5. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees teams up with his buddy Elmo to teach us all about the word ‘measure’. Lessons learned: Elmo is three tubes of toothpaste tall. Right then.
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4. Tebow is the most talked about man, not just in the NFL, but in America right now. Watch another “Tebow Time” against the Chicago Bears from Sunday night.
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3. Along with Herbert Chapman and Tony Adams, Thierry Henry is commemorated by Arsenal with his very own statue outside their Emirates Stadium last week.
If we didn’t still despise his smug, cheating, handball-loving guts, this would’ve been quite a sentimental moment.
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2. Moses shows up to do his party trick at this college basketball game. You think after 3,000 years he’d have learned a new one.
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1. Kicking machine Jonny Wilkinson called it a day on his international career this week. Check out this tribute to the World Cup 2003 winner.
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