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Hello and welcome to the glorious North East!

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Yes, today, we're in Tyneside, which is rather appropriately named,

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because I'm beside the River Tyne.

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On this side of the river, I'm in Gateshead.

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Whilst on this side, I'm in Newcastle.

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And it's this location that gives the city its name,

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because this is Newcastle Castle, and confusingly, it was only

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new way back in 1080.

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Now, it's just an old castle in Newcastle.

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Tyneside is home to some of the most passionate fans in the land,

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birthplace of some of England's best players and also home to one

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of the most famous junior football clubs in the world.

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Welcome to Wallsend Boys Club and welcome to our

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Kickabout Tyneside special!

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Yes, we've got a cracking show in store, so come on everyone,

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you know the drill.

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THEY SING MATCH OF THE DAY THEME TUNE.

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Yes, there's plenty to look forward to in today's show,

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including superstar interviews, skills and drills and of course,

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loads and loads of goals.

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And there have been plenty of goals scored today,

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because it's a junior seven aside tournament with players

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from all over the region.

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And they've been joined by a rather special guest.

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It's the man who puts the style into freestyle,

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it's none other than John Farnworth.

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Look at that, always with the showing off.

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Good to see you.

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Good to see you.

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So what are you going to be doing today?

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As you know, there have been some great players from this area,

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so I wanted to bring a challenge, using our heads.

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OK, interesting.

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Right, that's enough.

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Watch the quiff!

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Absolutely, so what is this challenge?

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So, what we're going to do is get the players in line,

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heading the ball between themselves and we're going to see how far

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we can get from one end to the next.

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So like a head tennis rally.

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That's exactly what it is.

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I can't wait to see that.

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And we have come to the right place.

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It's full of talent here at Wallsend Boys Club.

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But it's not just for boys, is it?

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No!

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Wallsend Boys Club was started over 100 years ago by families who worked

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building ships nearby.

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The shipyards closed in 1995, but the club is still going strong.

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We now have over 20 teams for boys and girls,

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from under-fours to over-40s.

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Over the years, we have produced over 70 professional footballers.

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Here are just a few.

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And we might be the next!

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Wow!

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Over 70 pro players, all just from this one club?

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Amazing!

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And five of those are England internationals, and one even has

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the Champions League winners medal.

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But we at CBBC spotted his potential a long time ago.

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Check this out.

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Michael Carrick is a 13-year-old boy who has already been tipped

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as one of this country's future footballing stars.

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This is his story.

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My name is Michael Carrick.

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I'm 13.

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I play for Wallsend Boys Club.

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These are the trophies I've won over the years.

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That one is for winning player of the year for the town under-12s.

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My ambition would be to score a goal for England

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in the World Cup final, but I would first like

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to play for England.

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Wow, Michael Carrick looking ever so younger.

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Wow, Michael Carrick looking ever so young there.

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Of course, he was a Newcastle fan as a boy, but he never

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went on to play for them in his professional career.

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One young lad who started here at Wallsend, though,

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who did become a Newcastle folk hero is also the top scorer ever

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in the Premier League.

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He's a man who needs no introduction, but we're

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going to give him one.

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Girls...

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Shearer!

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Alan Shearer!

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How are you?

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Good, how are you?

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Good.

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So, what is your first memory of Newcastle United?

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My first game was the Kevin Keegan debut at QPR, I think it was.

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I stood and queued at the Gallowgate end for four or five

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hours before kick-off.

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But it was all worth it, because the man himself scored.

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And there it is!

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And of course, it's Kevin Keegan.

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Who else?

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What's the best goal you've ever scored?

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Probably my volley against Everton at St James' Park.

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Shearer.

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I don't know why I hit it, to be honest, because it was coming

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from a silly height and I thought, why not just take a pop at it.

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from a silly height and I thought, why not just take a pop at it.

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More often than not, when you try one of those,

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they go to the back row of the stand, never mind

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the back of the net.

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So when I hit it, I knew I got it sweet.

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It was a great feeling, watching the goalkeeper

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trying to dive for it.

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That was probably my best.

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Is there a better feeling in the world than scoring

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a goal at the Gallowgate?

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No, there is not a better feeling in the world than scoring a goal.

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I promise you.

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So how important was Wallsend Boys Club to your

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development as a player?

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It was hugely important to me.

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I went down for a bit of training and they invited me in there.

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And it was brilliant for my development, part

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of training, part of growing up.

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I just loved it.

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It was great for me as a player and also great for me as a person.

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Now, what was your dream when you started to play at Wallsend?

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My dream was to be a professional footballer, play for England.

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Shearer.

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Play for Newcastle.

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It's a fantastic goal.

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What a way to get his 100th in the premiership for Newcastle.

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I never dreamed one day that I would actually captain England,

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which was the best thing that ever happened to me as a footballer.

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I don't think it gets any bigger or better than to walk out

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at Wembley in front of everyone with the armband on,

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in front of 90,000 people.

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Look at the precision of that shot.

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Who is the greatest player you've ever played with or played against?

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The greatest player I've played against was Zinedine Zidane.

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You look at some players and how they caressed the ball

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with their foot and control the ball, he controlled games.

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He was an absolute genius.

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He could do almost anything.

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How would you describe Newcastle fans and the atmosphere

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in Saint James' Park?

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Passionate.

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Loyal.

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Loud.

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Very, very supportive.

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Die-hard.

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I was exactly the same as what you boys are.

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I grew up watching them.

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It was my club and it was always my dream to play their one-day

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It was my club and it was always my dream to play there one day

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and score at the Gallowgate end.

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For me to do that after standing on the terraces as a fan

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and as a young boy, it was just incredible.

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I think they appreciate that I'm one of their own, if you like.

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If an alien landed in Newcastle, and wanted to see the city,

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where would you take them?

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Saint James' Park.

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That's the only place, isn't it?

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Shearer.

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And still Shearer and he took it away.

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So, fresh from interviewing Newcastle's Alan Shearer,

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we've only got Kickabout's James!

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Now, James, what was the big man like?

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It was really good.

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He was really friendly.

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Fantastic.

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So what was the best thing for you that you talked about?

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Probably about what it was like at Wallsend

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when he was younger, growing up.

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And does it inspire you, knowing that he started off at this club?

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Definitely.

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I really enjoyed meeting him.

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Fantastic.

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Thank you so much for that, James.

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It was a brilliant interview.

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Now, I know that John is here helping with our heading challenge.

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How's it going?

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It's going really well.

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There's talent here, there are some good heading going on.

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It's quite a tight space, they're doing very well.

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I've got a good feeling about this challenge.

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Excellent.

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Me too.

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And I think if one challenge wasn't enough to take on board,

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Mr Alan Shearer himself also set as another one.

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Right, Wallsend, try and recreate that magnificent volley I scored

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against Aston Villa.

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Side foot, top corner.

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Wow, that is an incredible goal, isn't it?

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Yes.

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And a tough challenge.

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So Charlie, fresh from interviewing Mr Shearer himself, you are here,

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going to be helping us to recreate that goal.

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You are going to be Alan Shearer, seeing as you already play

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for Wallsend as a striker.

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It's going to be tough, right?

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Yeah, it is going to be one of those where you just

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have to catch it well, so it just goes into the top corner.

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Easy.

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John, you're going to be Rob Lee, feeding the ball.

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I am.

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What are the skills going on?

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I think there are two main things here.

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The ball needs to be perfect, so I think the way he hit it,

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you must use the power from the ball and then it's about getting

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the direction of the food into the corner, so forget those two

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so if we get those two

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things right, we've got a chance of making this happen.

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It's a big effort, but if we get it, we will have completed that

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challenge, Mr Shearer.

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I'm going to enjoy watching him commentating from the side.

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Best of luck, guys.

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Thank you.

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Let'a do it.

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All right, here we go, first attempt.

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Rob Lee to Alan Shearer, and yes, that is our producer David

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as Peter Schmeichel in goal.

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Here we go.

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Shearer didn't like that one, Rob.

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It's the surface.

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Rob Lee didn't have this complaint.

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That's the one.

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Sorry, Charlie.

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Sorry.

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Could be?

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CHEERING

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Yes to Shearer and yes to Rob Lee.

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Challenge complete!

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Well, a great goal from Shearer originally, and what a re-creation

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from John and Charlie.

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Top stuff.

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And speaking of great goals, Newcastle United players have

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scored loads of them.

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Here's our pick of the Magpies' finest.

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This is a chance.

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It's the record goal for Shearer!

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A chance?

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What a wonderful start!

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What a goal!

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Brilliant!

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On the right.

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4-1 to Newcastle.

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What a goal that is!

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The shot is on target.

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And he's made amends immediately.

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Some special goals there, but then again, Newcastle United

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is a special club with an especially special history.

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And to tell us all about it, here are two super fans.

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Hi.

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I'm James.

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And I'm James.

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Welcome to Saint James 's Park.

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Welcome to Saint James' Park.

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Home to the one and only Newcastle United.

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We were formed in 1892 and we have played here ever since.

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Making this one of the oldest football grounds in the world.

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Our nickname is the Magpies, because we play in black and white.

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We both have season tickets.

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We sit over there and support the Toon.

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At the moment, they're putting in a new pitch for next season.

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Come on, you Magpies!

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This is Jackie Milburn, a true Newcastle legend.

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Between 1943 and 1957, Wor Jackie scored 200 goals and won

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the FA Cup three times.

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His goal-scoring record stood for 50 years, until this man beat him.

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Another Magpie hero is Kevin Keegan.

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King Kev.

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He scored 40 goals in 78 games.

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But he came back as manager in 1992 and took us from the bottom

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of the second division to second in the Premier League.

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And Newcastle United are back.

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Now we're back in the Premier League where we belong,

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who knows where we'll go?

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The revolution has begun!

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Hi, mate, sorry I left you hanging there.

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It looks like you're keeping busy.

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How has the challenge been going?

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It's been going good, we've been warming up,

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It's been going good, we've been warming up,

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we've been practising and feeling good about it.

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Excellent.

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So we're trying to get from this end, across, across, across,

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all the way to the back of here.

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Keeping the ball alive in there.

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It is a long way, so we're going to do headers and follows

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and knees, if they want to.

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They have one touch each and it can't hit the floor.

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OK.

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Sound stuff.

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I'm going to start it off here and were going to zigzag it

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from one side to the next, all the way, as you said,

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and we're going to try and get the hallway to the end if possible.

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So I'll try and catch it if this works?

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Good idea.

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Best of luck, everyone.

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All right, let's go.

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Keep it going, keep it going, that's good.

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For, five, six, seven, eight, nine.

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Yes!

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Come on!

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Well, we've had a fantastic day here in Wallsend,

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and they continue to do such brilliant stuff.

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There's such a sense of community and they are unearthing

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the stars of tomorrow.

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But don't take my word for it.

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Let's ask the experts.

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Guys, have you enjoyed it?

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Yes!

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I think that's a yes.

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These are the bridges crossing the Tyne, standing the test

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of weather and time.

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This is the place where the old meets the new and the Geordie spirit

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always shines through.

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This is the home of Ant and Dec.

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This is the place of Cheryl and Sting.

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This is the place that built ships and brought coal,

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this is where Jackie scored goal after goal.

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Saint James' Park at the Gallowgate Road.

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We will continue to cheer to the good and the bad.

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Will always support them.

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Away the lads.

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It's an absolutely fantastic goal!

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Shearer!

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What a goal!

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