Players Spotted: Gareth Southgate Skipping In Darlington

With Twitter available to spread gossip like wildfire, no celebrity can go hidden for very long – and now there is a Twitter feed, @PlayersSpotted, that is devoted solely to sightings of footballers in weird and wonderful locations.
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With Twitter available to spread gossip like wildfire, no celebrity can go hidden for very long – and now there is a Twitter feed, @PlayersSpotted, that is devoted solely to sightings of footballers in weird and wonderful locations.

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Yes, these all seem pretty genuine to us…

Iain Dowie, in the Hounslow branch of Debenhams, hiding amongst a rack of dressing gowns.

Lee Trundle, dancing at the counter of a Bath bakery, demanding “A big puffy cheesy slice, stuffed with mice and sprinkled with lice”

Peter Crouch and a gang of midgets dressed as Sneezy the dwarf, delivering an anti-hay fever petition to 10 Downing Street.

Kieron Dyer, parading through London's East End, lifting up a redhead’s skirt with his cane and growling ‘Daddy wants fresh ginger snaps!’

Aiyegbeni Yakubu, sitting alone in a Wimpy, practicing his kissing on the back of his hand.

Emmanuel Frimpong, driving a motorised bed down the street in aid of a charity for orphaned clowns.

David Silva, knocking on random doors offering strangers tarot readings from a pack of Knight Rider Top Trumps.

Gordon Strachan, dressed as Cleopatra, teaching his pet seal Gemini to balance a ball on itsnose.

Andy Carroll, pouring coins into a Bananas in Pyjamas children’s ride, shouting “45 minutes on the bucking bronco! Come on!!”

Gareth Southgate, in Darlington, skipping like a girl when he thought no one was looking.

Petr Cech, alone in a old-fashioned Blackburn pub, giggling loudly and shouting ‘more blue drinks for all of my friends!’.

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