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Tyler here with your weekly footy fix on see BBC.
The season may be drawing to a close in the championship and leagues one
and two this weekend, but there's still plenty
going on here at Kickabout.
Check out what's coming up on today's show.
We look back at all the action from last weekend's FA People's cup.
Manager of the Lionesses tells of his dream five aside and we've
got a brand-new Kickabout challenge that I can't wait to show you.
It's called the bucket list and, trust me, you're going to love it.
So, lots to look forward to, especially the bucket list.
Seriously, you lot, do not miss it later in the show.
First, let's take a look at this week's headline hitters.
In a shake-up to the disciplinary system, the FA plans to trial sin
bins in the lower leagues of English football next season.
Any players given a yellow card for dissent will be asked to leave
the field for ten minutes.
Let's hope it makes the beautiful game more...
Manchester United were in action at in their Europa League
semifinal on Thursday night as Marcus Rashford's amazing free
kick gave the Reds 1-0 win against Celta Vigo.
And a precious away goal.
In the Champions League semifinals, Juventus struck twice to beat Monaco
whilst Cristiano Ronaldo scored another hat-trick for Real Madrid
as they thrashed Atletico 3-0.
That's another unbelievable 47 hat-tricks now for
the Portuguese superstar.
A good excuse, I think, to look back at his first.
Through the wall, through the goalkeeper.
His extraordinary scoring run continues.
Always remarkable Ronaldo.
Cleared away as far as Ronaldo.
On a hat-trick.
That man is an absolute legend and I say that as a Chelsea fan.
If you want to find out how Ronaldo can help you become a better player
head to the Kickabout website where there are tonnes of top tips.
Back to the footy and as well as all the midweek action, there was,
of course, the 2017 FA People's cup last weekend in Birmingham.
Five-a-side at its finest and Kickabout were
there to check it out.
Welcome to Birmingham and welcome to the finals
of the FA People's cup.
There are 96 different teams playing here over the course of the weekend
representing 16 categories from grown-ups to juniors,
from walking football to disability sections.
All of them hoping for the same thing, to take home some silverware
and earn themselves a chance to be in the FA Cup finals at Wembley.
Of course, they are all wanting that, but there has been a lot
of football before today just to get here.
There really is such a great atmosphere here.
I'm loving it.
I'm loving some of the team names.
I managed to find the Leeds team there, the Leeds
Titans and did you know?
There's a ladies team from Leeds called Dynamo Chicken Kiev.
It's such a big prize to go to Wembley.
I've got energy in me.
What a tournament and what a finale.
Outstanding skills, incredible goals, top saves and for the 16
winners a place at the FA Cup final at Wembley to lift their trophy.
Goals galore heading your way and, today, it's a Wembley special.
Onto his right foot and scores.
He played that through to Drogba.
Here's Drogba again!
Agony out of reach for the keeper.
Drills it then fires it.
That's a delightful goal.
What a great ball.
Oh, Sanchez has scored an absolute beauty.
Sterling into the box.
He goes for goal and scores and Arsenal take the lead
in the 18th minute.
Still Aidan Hazzard.
Oh, a brilliant goal.
Matic hammers Chelsea to within touching distance
of the FA Cup final in itself.
Some very special goals there and someone who's had his fair
share of experience at the mighty Wembley Stadium is England
women's boss, Mark Samson.
With Euro 2017 coming up soon we caught up with him
to find out his top picks in the women's game.
Hi, I'm Mark Samson.
I'm the head coach of England women's football team and this
is my dream final team.
In goal will go with Rachel Brown-Finnis,
the goalkeeper who's got a number of England caps and did
a fantastic job for the team.
The type of football we want to play in our team.
She's great with her feet so that will really help us.
I hope they'll allow kicking for goalkeepers
and not just throwing.
At the back going with former Arsenal women's captain, Faye White.
A great header of the ball.
In midfield we've got a creator, a one-stop.
A wonderful player in her time, still not bad.
Works as my assistant manager.
Should definitely be able to pick a pass and score a goal for us.
I'll put myself next to her because if there's one
thing she is short of, she doesn't like to run
so I can do all her running.
One lone striker, the one and only Kelly Smith.
Here is Kelly Smith.
So, Kelly will certainly be the icing on the cake
for my dream five-a-side team.
A truly talented bunch of players there.
Speaking of which, you lot at home ain't too bad yourself.
Here are your skills.
Samuel in his goalie gloves practising the crossbar challenge.
Off the woodwork.
Well done, mate!
Joseph on a trampoline, front flip and into the net.
What a goal!
Ethan is shooting around, not just one, but two obstacles.
Johnny with the fancy footwork and he shoots.
Definitely worth a dab.
And Leon is stepping up to the mark.
Can it be?
See it from another angle and is even better the second time.
Top stuff as always and a special shout out to is and who we saw
mailing a free kick there because he celebrated
his birthday this week and is having his party today.
Happy birthday, Ethan.
Please do keep your skills coming in.
Head to the Kickabout page on the sea BBC website to upload
a video or e-mail:
Perhaps you were at the FA People's cup that we saw earlier.
If so, send a photo.
Check out mine for some inspiration.
One reason we are looking quite so happy is because we just set up
the brand-new Kickabout challenge and it is immense.
I promised you earlier in the show that you would get a chance to check
it out so here it is, the bucket list.
You're going to want to say, don't say I didn't warn you.
Seeing as we're surrounded by all this incredible footballing
talent we thought it was the perfect time to debut something
rather special of our own.
So, ladies and gents, making its first ever
public appearance, I give you the bucket list.
Go on, John, show them how it's done.
Was that all right?
The rules are fairly straightforward.
You place the ball either on the centre spot the penalty spot
then you've got to score into one of the buckets.
The numbers correspond to the point is you achieve
for every successful shot.
You get five attempts.
Oh, and trick shots are worth double.
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?
These two attempted.
What do you think to it?
It's a decent challenge.
It looks really, really hard.
It will take skill, consistency, precision.
All of which I have and you do not so that's all great.
You two have history, don't you?
I believe I'm winning 2-0.
Just throwing that out there.
Maybe you need the trick shots?
We'll agree to disagree sometimes.
This is our leaderboard and the top scores make it to the top
of the board so whoever is edging towards the summit at the end
of the day, they'll be the winner.
But, anyway, less talk and more action.
Let a pro show you how it's done.
It went around the houses!
Jonny Wilkinson, that!
At least I got it in one.
Go for the bottom row.
Play it safe and go for tens, yeah?
Look at that!
I love beating Tyler.
Ben not so much but I love beating Tyler.
I'm going to start playing a different sport.
Tyler, we've done our work so shall we let some others have a go?
Bring on the challenge.
Oh, first time!
Oh, no way!
Four out of five.
Oh, she's done it!
She's done it!
Put it there.
Look at this, right at the top tied for the lead, all for got 100.
We had so much fun.
Well done to everyone who gave it a go.
You'll be seeing loads more of the bucket list here on the show
so watch this space.
If you want to see that challenge again you can watch the action back
on our website and tell us what you think in the
comment section, too.
And with the season drawing to a close, we want your ten
second season reviews.
Just tell us your name, who you support and a bit about your club.
Head to the Kickabout website to get involved and if you need some
inspiration there are some examples on there from the Kickabout team,
including my good self.
You could be on this show alongside your favourite
footie stars very soon.
That's all for this week, I'm afraid.
Before we go, with the game between Arsenal and Manchester United
tomorrow, we thought we'd leave you with some of the best goals
from devious meetings.
-- previous meetings.
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.