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17/09/2016

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Mark Wright here with another Kickabout, packed

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with all the thrills, spills and skills of another week

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Here is what is coming up today's show...

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The Champions League group stages got off

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to a cracking start this week, with lots of drama and goals galore.

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And we join some Leicester superfans on the sofa for the Foxes'

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Stay tuned, because we've got top tips on how to be the real deal

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And, of course, we've got some more from the real

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It's safe to say it has been another action-packed week,

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with plenty more football to come this weekend.

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We've got a full round-up of all the excitement later in the show.

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But here is what else has been making the football news.

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Coming up to his 40th birthday, Roman legend Francesco Totti

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His goal this week means he has now scored in 23 consecutive

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No wonder they call him the King of Rome.

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How about this from a Dutch top tier game?

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Away supporters were situated above children and staff

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from the local hospital and literally showered them with

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Newcastle United are flying at the moment,

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with five wins on the trot in the Championship.

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Meanwhile, local hero and Match of the Day's own Alan Shearer

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revealed a brass statue of himself outside St James' Park.

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Apparently, he was particularly proud

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that it shows he once had hair.

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And I'm still waiting for the call about the

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In fact... No.

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Olympian Jazz Carlin won two silver medals

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But when she is not training, she is watching Man United.

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So how many Red Devils would make her dream five aside?

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Hi, I'm Jazz Carlin, Team GB swimmer and double Olympic

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And this is my dream five aside team.

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At first, is my goalkeeper, David de Gea.

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he is my favourite, because his Manchester United,

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He is one of the best in the world, so he'd have to

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Who's just kept Manchester United in the Cup.

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Again, Manchester United, but I think he's an incredible player and,

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And I would be with Gareth Bale in midfield.

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I'm not great at football, but he's Welsh, so I'm a big fan

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and I think he'd be great for my five aside team.

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Up front for me would have to be Marcus Rashford.

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He's got so much energy and he can always get it in the

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back of the net. I hope.

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Rashford, lovely feet, brilliant goal!

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And hopefully Man U can bounce back after going

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1-0 down to Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday.

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It's been a massive week for European football.

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Especially for Leicester City, as they made their

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How would they perform on such a big stage?

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Well, we gate-crashed a little party on Wednesday to find out.

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Just think, a few years ago that we were playing

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Can you imagine those Leicester City players

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lining up for their first Champions League match ever?

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I'm really excited for this game in the Champions League.

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I think Kasper Schmeichel will be really important in tonight's game.

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Mahrez needs to be on his game tonight.

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He needs to know when to pass the ball and then shoot.

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Ranieri has got us into this Champions League.

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If we do get a win tonight, it will be huge for Leicester City

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fans and the players and for the future.

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And the big one. Slimani in for Okazaki.

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Anyway, guys. Can't stop.

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We need to go and watch Leicester.

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COMMENTATOR: It's a historic night for Leicester City Football Club.

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She knows way more about football than my dad.

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Throw-in here for Leicester City on the right-hand side.

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A historic goal and Leicester City, the champions of England,

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lead tonight in the Champions League.

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Come on! 1-0.

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Is Mahrez taking it? Oh!

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Whoa! Maurez is back with a bang.

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It's 2-0 Leicester and, at the moment,

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Oh, come on! Are you serious?

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The full-time whistle blows in Brugge.

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And Leicester City have won their first ever

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# We're all going on a European tour.

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# A European tour #.

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There we go. 3-0.

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Well done, Leicester. Well played.

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But, of course, that was only one of the games in the

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Sadly, it didn't go too well for Celtic.

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But when Messi and his mates are in the mood, there's not much

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Little Lionel scored a record sixth European hat-trick,

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with Suarez and Neymar getting in as well.

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And did you know that, between the three of them,

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they have scored a combined 266 goals in just over two seasons?

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Elsewhere, there were cheers and tears for the English clubs.

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But it is good to remember it's not all

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Sometimes, the most important players on the pitch

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are not the ones that get the headlines.

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we have noticed more and more that teams are playing

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They are often the ones doing the work that you

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And what makes a great holding mid fielder?

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I've got youth coach Sam here with me to give me

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Very well, thanks. Thanks for having me.

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The main question is, what is a holding midfielder?

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A holding midfielder is the player who sits just in front

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of the defence and sort of is mainly there to stop the opposition

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from playing and stopping them from scoring.

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of the defence and sort of is mainly there to stop the opposition

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from playing and stopping them from scoring.

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So, if any of our Kickabout fans at home are dreaming

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of being a holding midfielder or thinking about changing

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their position to that or just want to know more, what tips

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The first thing that anyone can do at home is you've got to be very,

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Second thing, you've got to be good at finding space

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The third one is noticing danger, sensing where there is danger

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and stopping it and making a big tackle for your team.

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All right, brilliant. And you got some examples for us.

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The first one we've got is from Leicester last year.

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What he's brilliant at, he's very, very fit,

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and is always running around and chasing after the ball.

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And winning it back quickly for his team.

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That is really important, to gain possession back,

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so the opposition cannot score and it sets your team playing

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As you can see here, he passes forward

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A really crucial player for Leicester in the last season.

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His main role is to win that ball back and break down the play

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He doesn't need to do anything extravagant.

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But so many clubs try to sign him in the summer.

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A great player. A fantastic example.

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So who else do we know like him, who you don't really notice,

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but is a holding midfielder and does a great job?

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A player who has been around in the Premier League

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for about ten years, Michael Carrick.

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Probably one of the most underrated players in the league.

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He keeps the ball and is always in space every time you him.

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He is always available to receive the pass. After he has passed it, he

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goes again. Always moving. An absolutely brilliant player. One of

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the best in the last ten years in the whole Premier League. Who else

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could you give me an example of? He has just come on the scene. A young

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English player. He senses danger very quickly and snuffs it out so

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the opposition cannot get near the goal. At the top of your screen, he

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notices that Ansar is sprinting back into position. All of a sudden, he

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makes a big tackle which is going to save a goal. So, some of the three

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points. You've got to be fit. Lots of running. Keeping the ball and

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finding space. And sensing danger and making big tackles when you need

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to. That is something anyone can work on. Thank you for coming in.

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And why don't you keep a special eye on much of the day this week to see

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if you can spot any of those techniques? The real stars are not

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the players, but you lot. Check out the skills.

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First up, is Felix. Clean through the hoop in the top corner. And he

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likes that. Max has made not one, but two balls. And he still nails

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it. And, finally, here is a Sunni. A great keep up. Smash! Get an! -- get

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in. Unbelievable skills. Love it. And

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please keep them coming in. Just go to the CBBC website and find the

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upload at all. That's nearly it. We've just got time to look ahead to

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the Premier League fixtures coming up. Some important games in there.

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And some great head-to-head battles to look out for. I picked two great

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strikers. But for the late kick-off between Everton and Middlesbrough.

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Let's have a look at the statistics. As you can see, so far this season,

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here it is... Surprisingly, he has hardly won any aerial challenges.

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But thanks to his recent hat-trick, he does come out on top on goals.

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When he bagged the winner this afternoon? So much to

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look out for. Whether you're going to a game or watching on telly, keep

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enjoying your football. See you next week. And we thought we would finish

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with the man who really knew how to finish. They have made a statue.

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This will be West Ham about the statue. Hello? Mum? I'm on the

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telly. Allen, take it away. Shearer will take this one. Yes!

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Shearer hit said. Never in doubt.

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