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:
Fulham sack manager Slavisa Jokanovic and replace him with Claudio Ranieri, who guided Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016.
Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in the crash alongside four others.
Childhood friends Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson speak to BBC Sport in a season when they have caught the eye with their form in the Bundesliga.
Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson says "hunger and desire" took him from non-league football to a first England call-up.
Claudio Ranieri returns to the Premier League as manager of Fulham - BBC Sport looks back at his most memorable quotes from his tenure as Leicester boss.
When have you gone too far shouting abuse at a footballer? Here's a selection of your anecdotes... and apologies.
Who can be promoted and relegated in the Nations League, can England win it and what do the home nations need to do?
A referee has been suspended for three weeks for deciding a Women's Super League kick-off with a game of rocks, paper, scissors instead of a coin toss.
Former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini calls on footballers to use their influence to help important causes.
Premier League clubs are asked for a £250,000 contribution in order to give outgoing executive chairman Richard Scudamore a £5m farewell gift.