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ghoulish laugh and they are plenty to sink your teeth into
as we have a frightening amount of footie fun coming your way.
The FA Cup and we go behind the scenes
Former Man United midfielder Nicky but part of the Class Of 92,
picks his dream fibre science team, and with
the Rugby World Cup final being paid later today, England star Danny care
It's a scarily good lineup, don't you think?
THUNDER AND GHOULISH LAUGH Woe, woe, woe!
This is a serious but will show, guys.
Let's move straight on now with this week's headline hitters.
More Mourinho misery, plenty of penalty palavers,
It can only be this week's Capital One cup chaos.
Chelsea lost to Stoke, Rooney, Carrick
and young missed penalties in a shoot out defeats to Middlesbrough,
and Arsenal were beaten three nil by Sheffield Wednesday.
We were all mesmerised last week when John Farnworth hovered the
over in Venezuela Cesar Martinez of club Zamora has only gone one
better. what happens next has to
French international defender Annelle Madrie in training,
Good luck trying to emulate that one.
And staying with the women's game, the England team have been playing
after a narrow defeat to host China,
the Lionesses bounced by beating Australia, with Isabel Christiansen
And during a day off, right back Alex Scott took her
team-mates and her camera for a spot of some sightseeing.
Half of us are going to Tea Mountain bamboo Hill.
Some of us are being cultural, and some of us are going to relax our
legs in the hot springs area, but our group, you're coming with me.
All aboard the bamboo bus! Bamboo!
Great! What you looking at?
The clocks went back last weekend, the nights are drawing in,
The world's oldest cup competition is coming back to
our screens. On Monday, a small corner of West Yorkshire
played host to the FA Cup first-round draw and we were there.
This is the season for the FA Cup stories,
the team sixth in league one have knocked out
We're here at Thackley Junior football club, where something very
exciting is about to happen, because they are about to play host
The BBC are hear, the trucks are her, we are here, and the FA Cup is
here as well, and we all know the FA Cup
So we have brought our at very own magic man with us,
Yeah, I've come to show you my magic trick.
I'm going to show them some tricks.
We currently provide football in a safe and fun environment
for up to 450 children, and our philosophy and ethos is about
creativity, ownership, allowing the kids to make their own decisions,
So I'm going to shuffle through the cards.
When you say, that's going to be your card, all right?
Because I don't want to see the card.
You promised you remember that card? Yes!
So I'm going to try and do a volley with the cards,
So, kids are having loads of fun behind me, and check this out.
The pilot today is John, with your very special remote
This is basically the controller to fly at cam.
It's much the same as a games console controller.
Yeah, so if you're good at games can make you will be good at this.
It will go all the way up to 400 feet where it
We only have some shots of the kids practising,
we also going to get some live shots for the show later on.
Sure, no problem. Perfect.
I'm joined over here by Phil Bigwood, the director
How much planning goes into such a big events like this?
We first came here about a month or so ago, met the club, they are
We look at things like where to put the cameras,
who can we invite along, and you eventually get to today.
But it is like television, anything can happen.
Of course you get nervous, but it is fun as well Aand it is exciting,
thank you very much, we are excited to see who gets drawn with who
John, I think we have a ball missing.
Number six is Bradford, as well. Any idea?
Oh! Watch this.
30 seconds till on air. 30.
Stand by then. Have a good one.
In four, three, two, one... Run it!
Welcome to the draw for the first round of the FA Cup!
We have 40 ties to be drawn this evening.
Please pop all the balls into the hole.
That's it, we are the last people left
Thanks so much to Thackley junior 's
Now here's our pick of the ties to come out of that draw.
And there are some real humdingers now.
This year's giant killers, Bradford city face a tricky shop
There's a tantalising tussle of league 1's north-west rivals,
Didcot town are the lowest ranked team left in the cup
Exeter suffered a shock defeats to Warrington town
round. And I can exclusively reveal that kickabout will be on the road
with the cup again, starting next weekend with Brackley town
And to get into the spirit of things I've got myself this.
A Brackley town 's scarf. Look at that! Fantastic. Hopefully as the
start of a great FA Cup collection. There is one more match that caught
our eye in this first round draw and that is non-league league Salford
city against not scanty. There are a view famous faces amongst the owners
at Salford city who are used to playing at the very highest level
and we are with one of that class of 92 to his dream by the side team. In
goal, Peter Schmeichel. One of the best goalkeepers of all time. At the
back, Rio Ferdinand, classic player. Quick, strong. Then obviously is
Dean sedan, a visit one of the best players just a top-class player. --
Zidane.. I'd put myself in there, obviously I have to do that. Nicky
butt! It in! Upfront I'd have Rinaldo. All that pace, goal ratios,
he's better than everybody else on the planet, really.
It's the Rugby union World Cup final today and one of the biggest contest
in world sport could well be decided by something we footballers totally
rely on. Kicking. Tyler went to meet a multi-skilled sportsmen about
putting your boot through it. So, behind me is not a professional
football player, oh no. It England rugby superstar Danny Care. Danny
Care takes it away and that drop goal in terms of care, Danny Care!
Devious things I might as well have a shot, he's a natural footballer. I
played football is going up, I wanted to play football till I was
15. I was 15. Others make the Shepherd Academy at the time. Many
of my mates played rugby but kept telling me to go play from my local
football club. Right, I am a Chelsea fan. I'm sorry about that. In
rugby, you can't underestimate how much time you spend on gaming, how
important it is. So many Danes won by two points, three points.
Danny is the king of taking whether it is a round ball or an egg shaped
ball. When it comes with football, me I'm a goalkeeper, at the back,
tucked away. I have never ever kicked a rugby ball. Danny, it's
time for the masterclass. In the WC David Jarrow David Beckham, Steven
Gerard type as with a backspin. How close can I get. To the bar. This is
the one! Yes! Yes! First time Chelsea celebrated this year! For
me, lots of my kids have to get high so it's all about the elevation
digging. Upwards, every team you play against, they have a
world-class kicker stop diggers are all that good now that they can
knock it to the post where ever they are in your heart. That didn't go
over the bar! No, but it went straight! OK. I'm lucky, close. The
key thing for me is I've always been quite quick. My mum and dad were
very adamant that I played every sport to see which one I liked, did
as many as you possible, and do the one you love and get the most
enjoyment out of, really good for that.
If Danny's amazing multitasking has inspired you to take up other
sports, remember to check out the CBC website where you can find
athlete profiles, event guides and quizzes. And then the M O TD
kickabout area of the website you have been busier than ever of
fantastic videos of your own skills. Here's this week's selection.
First up, it's Polly, with a impressive number of items on the
washing line, and an even better overhead kick. Noah is a natural
Danny Care, just look at that! OK, before we go, let's look at this
weekend's Premier League fixtures. In a view weeks' time, Juergen Cropp
challenges the special one, as Chelsea host Liverpool. In terms of
his position, this is a must win game for Chelsea. Elsewhere, man
city are at home to Norwich, and Arsenal travelled to Swansea. Then
on Sunday it's a south coast derby. Southampton versus Bournemouth, a
mark of just far how they've come, the last time they met was four
years ago in League 1. They both play very attractive football. See
you next week! Sharp and incisive! Unbelievable! Best in the sport!
Match of the Day spin-off aimed at children aged 7 to 13, bringing viewers the latest from the world of footie as well as top players and pundits.
Featuring goals, gossip, stats and skills, and all you need to know about the nation's favourite sport.