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Watch: Super dad recreates live match for blind son on small football pitch printout

Admirable father recreates the game for his blind son on a small football pitch, resulting in one of the most touching clips you’ll ever see.

Watch: Beautiful moment when Troy Deeney hands young Watford fan his shirt following Arsenal win

Following their 2-1 home victory over the Gunners, Troy Deeney gave his shirt to a young Watford fan and the reaction is simply beautiful.

Watch: Look at the state of this incredibly drunk Ireland fan watching on in Wales

This drunk Irish fan struggled to stay awake and on his feet during their massive win in Cardiff against the Welsh.

Watch: MSV Duisburg hit the post four times in 2.5 seconds

Bundesliga side MSV Duisburg hit the post four times in 2.5 frantic seconds against opponents, Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Watch: Man executes possibly the strangest freestyle trick ever

Natter Football stumbled across probably the most unusual freestyle trick we’ve ever seen and thought it was best to give it the recognition it deserves.

Watch: Celtic legend Chris Sutton flattened by sliding tackle on live TV

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton, who now works as a pundit for BT Sport, was crunched on live TV by Stephen Craigan.

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Is the 2017/18 season when English clubs strike back in Europe?

Will Premier League sides mount more of a challenge in the Champions League this season? Chris Bardet examines their chances of success.

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From unknown quantity to proven quality at Leeds United

Leeds United fan Lee Holdsworth on the club’s bright start to the Championship season and a seemingly rosy future ahead under new manager, Thomas Christiansen.

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Emotions of new season blurred in the modern Premier League script

Are supporters of Premier League clubs losing touch with reality, making premature predictions and skewed statements as a result of being sucked into the hype surrounding the world’s biggest league? Elliott Charles certainly thinks so.

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France’s forgotten kings of Europe

Chris Bardet takes a look back and remembers the heroes, and sadly the villains, of the greatest team ever seen in France, Olympique de Marseille, and why their legacy has been tarnished somewhat.

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My love of Non-League football

TalkSPORT Radio’s Tony Incenzo tells us why he loves Non-League football and what drew him to that level of the game in the first place.

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Celtic vs Racing: A classic encounter

The 1967 International Cup between Racing of Argentina, the Copa Libertadores winner, and Celtic, the European Cup winners, was a truly memorable three legged series, most of which was marred by so much violence in every match that it has been called a battle.

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The story of Gigi Meroni

When recalling the greatest Italian footballers of the 1960s, most would think of Gianni Rivera, Sandro Mazzola or Gigi Riva, possibly due to his relatively short professional playing career or perhaps because of the limited appearances he made for the Azzurri, but a life is full of intrigue, achievement and tragedy. You would be forgiven for forgetting poetry reading, art loving, Beatles fan: Gigi Meroni.

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Johan Cruyff’s time at Levante

Johan Cruyff nearly retired in 1978 but after a series of bad investments, and without going too much into the details of how and why it all went wrong, he recalled: “I had lost millions in pig-farming and that was the reason I decided to become a footballer again.”

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The proper Madrid club

When it comes to Spanish football, many people nowadays are either Real Madrid or Barcelona fans, with that being due to either television exposure or readiness of their merchandise. That’s what I tend to find across the pond here in America, anyway.