General News from SoccerSuckers:
World-class football freestyler Dan Magness, whose feats include, holding the Guinness World Record for longest distance walked while doing keepie-uppys, has teamed up with Soccer Suckers™ to share his five top skills in a video for budding tricksters to learn.
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SoccerSuckers™ are the brand new collectable football craze that gives you the chance to collect and build your very own dream teams from the top English football clubs and stick them everywhere!
To launch of the brand new football crazeSoccerSuckers™ we can officially announce the players from each of the five top English football clubs that are available for you to collect and build your dream team.
Do you see yourself as the next Jose Mourinho or are you more like the great Sir Alex Ferguson when it comes to picking a football formation and your players?
Football News from BBC Sport:
Harry Kane produces a moment of magic, scoring from the halfway line in injury time to give Tottenham a 3-2 win over Juventus in Singapore.
The Real Madrid and Wales forward has fallen out of favour with head coach Zinedine Zidane and looks set to leave the club.
With Chelsea under a transfer embargo, do the stats suggest they have the youngsters ready to step up?
Sheffield United sign £10m striker Lys Mousset from Bournemouth, breaking their transfer record for the third time this summer.
Harry Kane scored an outrageous goal and a boy sat chatting to Leonardo Bonucci during play - Tottenham versus Juventus had a bit of everything.
Liverpool are preparing for the new season without their entire first-choice front line, so could it cost them given the title race is again expected to be settled by small margins?
Manchester United reject a 60m euro bid from Antonio Conte's Inter Milan for Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku.
Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah scores twice as the Gunners beat Fiorentina 3-0 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Manchester United's Daniel James says he feels the pain of his father's death every day but that: "I know he is looking down on me now, still driving me on."
The Premier League says VAR will cause controversy next season but its interim chief executive says it is "prepared" for it.