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The YouTube top 10: because people really don't like Lance Armstrong

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10. Stupidest sending-off ever?

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9. Ahead of the US Election, both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney appeared on Monday Night Football. The results were predictably bland, unfortunately. Check it out below, and prepare to cringe.

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8. And Romney* also made an appearance at a recent high school half-time show, where he was randomly confronted by Big Bird of Sesame Street fame.

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*Might not actually be him.

7. After his well-documented involvement in cycling’s doping scandal, people really don’t like Lance Armstrong anymore. And the citizens of Edenbridge, England, in particular, fall into this category. To celebrate Guy Fawkes Night, they chose to burn an effigy of Armstrong, to the sounds of Michael Jackson’s Beat It.

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6. If you think Eamon Dunphy and co’s punditry seems a little unorthodox at times, check out football analyst/fan Tiziano Crudeli’s eloquent insights on the recent Milan-Malaga encounter. He tends to get carried away like this on a regular basis, apparently.

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5. When he’s not talking about rugby, George Hook is invariably discussing politics, which explains his recent appearance at the White House. Yet it still feels as if something’s missing from the video below. An incisive quip from Popey perhaps?

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4. Apparently, football laws now dictate that you can get sent off for simply thinking about removing your shirt while celebrating.

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3. Fabricio Coloccini’s tackle on Luis Suarez at the weekend was the source of much controversy, with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers branding it a coward’s challenge. See it here and judge for yourself:

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2. It was a disappointing performance by Leinster against Ospreys at the weekend, and in case you missed it, or if you need to satisfy your inner sadist, here’s what went wrong.

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1. If you didn’t spot it first time around, here is another victory for feminism – a little girl thriving in the predominantly male sport of American football. *Starts playing Rocky music*

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