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:
Manchester City make an English record £100m bid for Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish.
From Celtic in crisis to novice managers, here's what to watch out for as a new Scottish Premiership season begins.
As the new Scottish Premiership season looms, enjoy one goal scored by each of the teams last term.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus say they will carry on with plans to launch a European Super League.
Arsenal sign England "intelligent defender" Ben White from Brighton & Hove Albion in £50m deal.
Full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold signs a new deal with Liverpool until the summer of 2025.
Real Madrid to open Mbappe talks, Pogba's United future, Liverpool join Locatelli chase, Southampton turn down Ward-Prowse bid, plus more.
GB head coach Hege Riise says there is "no-one to blame" after the 4-3 quarter-final defeat by Australia at the Tokyo Olympics.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford says he needs to "listen to his body" as he prepares to undergo surgery on a shoulder injury.
Watch highlights as Ellen White's hat-trick is in vain as Team GB bow out of Tokyo 2020 following a 4-3 extra-time defeat against Australia in the quarter finals.