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The former world heavyweight champion is giving away a signed copy of the DVD to five lucky winners.
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CLOSING DATE: Friday 8th February 2013 23:23
Bayern Munich's Bastian Schweinsteiger aims to treat Wembley to footballing perfection in the Champions League final.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will remain in charge at St James' Park after holding talks about his future with owner Mike Ashley.
Leighton Baines insists the upheaval of losing manager David Moyes to Manchester United after 11 years in charge will not derail Everton.
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