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'What happens in carpool stays in carpool'

James Corden is the master of Carpool Karaoke - but now the Liverpool players want to take his crown.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain joined new team-mates Daniel Sturridge, Nathaniel Clyne and Joe Gomez for the spoof video.

The boys made the 3.5-mile journey from Anfield to Liverpool's Melwood training ground, singing their version of Mario's Let Me Love You.

They asked each other the questions everyone wants the answers to, including "Who's the best looking?" and "Who's the worst dressed?" One of them also reveals a surprising middle name.

Fancy a laugh? Skip to 6:23 to watch Sturridge show off his best moves.

He even calls out Corden, saying: "He ain't got ish on me."

You'll Never Walk Alone even makes an appearance as the boys show off their singing skills with the iconic Liverpool song.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan hands cue to table invader to pot the black

Snooker

Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan just fancied a nice quiet Tuesday afternoon at the English Open. But then things got rowdy...

Well, as rowdy as a snooker tournament gets.

Just as Ronnie was sewing up the match to book his place in the last 16, a pesky pitch/table invader dodged the security and made her way down to the playing area.

Ronnie, ever the joker, potted the pink and then handed the cue to the woman to attempt to pot what was a relatively easy black.

She missed. More practice required.

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You had one job!

Your mates wouldn't dare believe you met Arsene Wenger without proof (usually in the form of a selfie).

Meeting a famous face isn't something we all get to experience. But this man did, and boy did he waste his opportunity.

The Arsenal manager was kind enough to agree to the quick snap, but the fan managed to press the wrong button on his phone.

The camera then disappeared from view on the phone screen and, instead, up popped his homepage.

Two words my friend. Front. Camera.

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A birthday to remember for Wenger's biggest fan

103-year-old Margaret Welby will never forget this landmark birthday.

That's because Arsene Wenger has only gone and sent her a signed photo and a birthday letter.

Margaret is just one of about 14,500 people in the United Kingdom who have lived to see the age of 100.

And in case you're wondering, she's definitely #WengerIn and not #WengerOut.

Margaret has been a devoted football fan most of her life and has visited Wembley an impressive nine times to watch the FA Cup final.

She also likes to think of herself as the Frenchman's 'girlfriend' - and even has a photograph of Wenger on her bedroom wall alongside photos of her family members.

Many happy returns, Margaret!

Margaret Welby
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Did 'Money' just hint at another comeback?

2017 brought us the circus of #MayMac but was that just the start?

Rumours are swirling again after Floyd Mayweather posted a video of himself back in the gym, fully kitted out in pads and gloves.

Is there a rematch with UFC's Conor McGregor on the horizon? Is there even an appetite for it?

The answer to that is probably 'yes' considering the pair's August fight was the richest in history.

Mayweather said he hoped to earn $300m (£232m) for that bout - that's almost $10m (£7.7m) per minute.

We will have to wait and see...

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What makes a good goalie?

It appears ping pong is the secret to becoming a world-class goalkeeper.

Arsenal stopper Petr Cech shared a video on Instagram of the quirky workout that definitely tests his reflexes.

A machine fires out ping pong balls that the keeper needs to catch. But there's a twist: Cech also has to touch different coloured cones between catches. It's a bit like rubbing your belly and tapping your head at the same time. Just look at the concentration on his face!

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Barry Evans sliding into Joey Barton's DMs... no really.

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Have we witnessed the start of a beautiful friendship?

Actor Shaun Williamson, famed for playing lovable buffoon Barry in Eastenders between 1994 and 2004, has randomly tweeted former Burnley player Joey Barton asking to private message him. Naturally, everyone is desperate to know what the conversation is about.

@Joey7Barton Hi Joey. My names Shaun Williamson. I used to play Barry Evans in Eastenders. Can I send you a private message please?

Barton sent a characteristically NSFW response - we probably won't share it...

We're now trying to guess what the pair could possibly be discussing...

A potential business venture?

Is Shaun trying to convince Joey that panto is the future while he is serving his ban for betting offences?

Please Barry - keep us informed.