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Snapshot: Ronnie O'Sullivan has a kickabout with his son at Upton Park

Ronnie junior showed his old man a thing or two after last night’s Capital One Cup semi-final.

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IT IS SAFE to say West Ham aren’t having the best of times right now.

Third from bottom in the Premier League, just short of 15,ooo fans showed up to Upton Park to watch their side go down 3-0 (9-0 on aggregate) to Manchester City in the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup last night.

But while many present will have left before full-time in order to beat the traffic, legendary snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan hung about after hours.

The Rocket, who had a trial with Spurs as a boy but is an Arsenal fan, enjoyed a kickabout on the pitch with his son Ronnie junior — despite the fact that he was wearing a suit.

Those grass stains are a nightmare to get out…

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Credit (all pics): John Walton/EMPICS Sport

(h/t: WhoAteAllThePies)

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