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After the drama of last week in's Premier
League watch as I thought we would take it easy this morning with some
After the drama of last week's Premier
League watch as I thought we would take it easy this morning with some
relaxed FA Cup chat. No! Who am I kidding? This is Kickabout. It is
action packed the game. Here's what's coming up.
We head to Shrewsbury Town meet some young fans
and top man Jack Grimer ahead of their FA Cup clash against
Manchester United. Star for the The Dumping Ground, Lewis Hamilton is
here to chat about his favourite footie team
Plus we'll be hearing from you on the weekend's FA Cup
Its headline hitters.
seen this coming? The world-famous basketball superstar declaring his
love for a League 2 team? Yes, four-time
NBA champion Shaquille O'Neal is a Northampton atown superfan.
The Cobblers are eight points clear at the top and he has urged them to
I just want to wish all the Cobblers
the rest of the season. First place is where I like to be and it's great
to see you guys up the top. Keep grinding, I know you're going to be
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany showed fans he's
working hard to get fit again after an injury hit season with this
little video. Similar to my physique, Vincent.
why he's the best in the world including earlier this week
with these ridiculous skills. How is that man human?
We can't mention Messi without talking
penalty last weekend. I'm sure you've all been trying it in the
park this week. No one was expecting that she keep us when Messi stepped
No one was expecting that pass when Messi stepped
up to the penalty spot on Sunday for Barcelona. Audacious stuff! And it's
fair to say it's been the talk of the footie world ever since. If you
have been giving it a go and want a few more spot kick styles to try
This is the alternative penalty guide.
You need to be confident in your ability, ice cool in
your approach. Let's see how he deals with this
one. When it comes to the rabola, half the battle is how you approach
the ball. Make sure your starting position side on and get yourself
a run up. Taking a few steps run-up will help you to pick up
momentum, which is crucial for generating power. Place your
standing foot beside the ball and bring your kicking foot
around the outside. Swivel your hips and strike the ball with your
laces. The more use will swivel the more power you will generate.
Giving the keeper the eyes is another technique.
It's not easy keeping your eyes on the
Approach the ball as you normally would.
ball bring your leg back and as you follow through this is the moment
pressure? Now you know what all the fuss is about. I love that no
penalty. Whether I could try it in a game is a different matter. Sticking
with a superb skills, you lot haven't disappointed
And if you missed the skills on last week's show,
then fear not. You can still get it on the
You can also find out how to send us a skills video.
He played the role of Ryan in the Dumping Ground.
You play a triumph. It's fair to say he's not the nicest guy. He's poking
around people's bedrooms. He gets up to you lot of mischief and is not
nice to anyone. Do people mistake you for being like an? When they
recognise me they don't know if they should come over. But I'm actually
not like that. What was it like going on the set because it is such
an iconic show? Are used to watch it before I got the audition so when I
did get it came in meeting everyone it was crazy. Even if I stay they
made me feel welcome. How do you find balancing being at school and
filming and all the other stuff you want to do? It is hard but offset we
go into tuition and we altogether because we are all so close and it
is nice to be working together on set and intuition. You just take the
positives throughout the day. It gets tiring but it is good fun.
Let's start with extracurricular activities, specifically by sport.
You are in Liverpool fan. Let's talk about your first trip to Anfield. It
was a couple of years ago when we played Stoke. The atmosphere was
amazing. As a Liverpool fan who is your favourite player? I know he is
left now, but even know Steven Gerard. He scored so many amazing
goals in his time. I know you are not only a football fan but you are
into other sports as well? My dad is the boxing trainer so why do some
sessions with him. You still have a kick about every now and then? Even
on set, even though we're really busy, Miles who plays pilot, we have
a kick about offset. -- plays pilot. We've got some embarrassing
pictures. What is your prediction for Liverpool's finishing position
this year? Top four is a bit of a push but being optimistic I would
say at first. You've got to be optimistic if you are in Liverpool
fan. It's great to meet you, thank you for coming in.
Looking ahead to this weekend at the FA Cup is back. Sadly Liverpool want
to be featuring having been knocked out. You might have seen are getting
pretty excited about that last week. They were the only team that needed
some drama last minute to make it through. Shrewsbury Town saw of
Sheffield Wednesday to earn a home tie against Manchester United. We
visited them to see if they think they can pull off another
giant-killing. On Monday night Manchester United
are coming here, but Shrewsbury Town are going to win. I think Manchester
United will win 5-0. If anyone out there who doesn't know how to
pronounce Shrewsbury Town it's shrews Brewery.
The best moment of power in a cup history was definitely the late
winner against Sheffield Wednesday. Let's hear from Jack now. Shrewsbury
Town hero but lifelong Manchester United fan. It is quite weird. I
have even dreamt about scoring the winner to got us back through the
next round. The part we jumped into the crowd to celebrate. I didn't
know what to do because I am not used to scoring so the emotion took
over and I wanted to celebrate with the fans. Who is the Shrewsbury Town
Wayne Rooney? I would say it's Mangan. The fans love him. Who is
the Shrewsbury Town Michael Carrick, pulling all the strings. Ian Black.
Who is your best defender? It's got to be the captain, he has been solid
since I came back here and was mass of last season in the club's
promotion. You will be lining up against some unknown French player
worth ?50 million. He is probably no most dangerous player, are you
looking forward to it? Yeah, definitely. While the manager let
you swap shirts, did you think? Hopefully. I would hope to get Wayne
Rooney's shot. Though Martial as well. Can be expect another Grimer
when? I hope so, as do all my family. -- Grimer winner. I hit to
ruin the dream but Wayne Rooney has been ruled out for six weeks with a
knee injury so you won't be facing him after all. Sorry!. But all these
ties to look forward to also. The two matches were looking at for this
week's predictions above the place in London. Tottenham could win the
Premier League but could they go all the way in the cup? I think so 3-0
to Scotland. Labour -- to Tottenham. The bedroom also is Chelsea versus
majesty. Who do you think well when Boyd Mac when? I think it will be
3-1 and have Kane will get a hat-trick. My prediction would be
4-1 to Tottenham. A Harry Kane hat-trick and the Mac. I say Chelsea
one Manchester city Nell. Daughter number two Crystal Palace zero. And
Shrewsbury Town nail Manchester United three. Come on United! I
think the dog and Crystal Palace game is going to be 2-1 to
Tottenham. If you want to appear on next week's show that head to our
page on the CBBC website for all the details. Last week McKenzie got the
score spot on with his 2-1 prediction for the Arsenal-
Leicester game. Great work. It's not just predictions we are after, we
want to see your pictures as well. Take a snap and sent it into us.
Make sure you get permission and include a contact number and you
could be starring alongside your favourite footballers. That's it for
today. Enjoy the FA Cup games this weekend. I'll leave you with some of
the best called from the last round.
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.