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 By Chris Wright

Out-of-favour at Dortmund, Aubameyang plays five-a-side

Amid disciplinary issues and transfer speculation, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was dropped by Borussia Dortmund for Friday night's trip to Hertha Berlin.

But, having been instructed to stay at home and train with the reserves, the striker spent his evening not watching his teammates on TV, but playing five-a-side with friends.

Aubameyang was spotted playing at Soccerworld in Dortmund while wearing his club's replica shirt with Ousmane Dembele's name and former squad number on the back.

The decision...

 By Chris Wright

Bayeux Tapestry kit recreates Maradona, Cantona moments

Just in case you've ever wondered how football would look if covered using 15th-century embroidering techniques...

Using the Bayeux Tapestry Construction kit, Twitter user @CheapPanini ventured to recreate several seminal moments in football history, including Diego Maradona's "Hand of God" and Eric Cantona's infamous kung-fu kick.

Exquisite attention to detail included in both efforts, right down to the exact advertising hoarding Cantona leaped over at Selhurst Park on the dark, dingy day in 1066...

 By Chris Wright

Young lad's incredible scorpion volley for St Kevin's Boys Under-13s

It can be tough to concede, especially from a set-piece, but sometimes you just have to stand back and applaud.

That's exactly how the opposing defence must have felt when a young lad known only as Kev popped up to score an audacious scorpion volley for St Kevin's Boys Under-13s.

Thanks to the exquisite finish above, St Kevin's Boys, who hail from the fair city of Dublin, Republic of Ireland, have found a degree of fame.

Indeed, footage of the brilliant volley has now gone well and truly viral,...

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool fan names baby daughter 'YNWA' in curious tribute to Reds

A lifelong Liverpool fan has paid a significant homage to his beloved football club by naming his newborn daughter in their honour.

Norwegian supporter Kent Solheim, who admits he's never been to Anfield, has gone and named his two-week old baby girl "YNWA".

The 29-year-old struck a deal with his partner Carine to give their first child one name each. She opted for Sofie; he went with a set of four initials.

As such, the pair were able to present little YNWA (pronounced "Unn-wah") Sofie Solheim...

 By Chris Wright

Crewe's 'big reveal' on transfer plans turns out to be big departure

With their team hovering just two places above the League Two relegation zone, Crewe Alexandra fans were understandably excited when the club teased some "major transfer news" this week.

As soon as the announcement was made via the official Twitter account, supporters began feverishly debating just who would be arriving in January to help drag the Railwaymen up the table.

The promised update followed just 13 minutes later, though it wasn't entirely as exciting as Crewe fans had hoped.

Indeed, the...

 By Chris Wright

Burnley boss Sean Dyche: I don't eat worms, I eat gravel and car exhausts

After being accused of eating worms, Sean Dyche wants to set the record straight.

In what surely must be a first, a Premier League manager has been forced to categorically scotch rumours that he eats earthworms.

That manager is Sean Dyche who, it was claimed earlier this week, regularly used to swallow worms during his playing days.

The accusations were made by former Bristol City teammate Soren Andersen while discussing Dyche's gravelly voice on a Danish podcast.

"Maybe the voice comes from eating earthworms, because every time we trained, he used to eat worms," Anderson told...