The world of sport throws up a lot of stories every day - funny, shocking, bizarre and amazing. But you don't read them all. You can't. You don't have time.
That's where we come in: each day, World of Sport brings you the pick of the stories that you might have missed from the last day or two. Here's today's choice.
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1) CLUB CHIEF'S HILARIOUS SAT NAV GAFFE - Football League chairman turns up to the wrong stadium, blames TomTom.
One chairman had an evening to quickly forget on Tuesday, and that was before his side went out of the League Cup in the first round. Fleetwood Town chief Andy Pilley inexplicably managed to turn up at the wrong ground.
Opponents Rotherham relocated in July 2012 from the Don Valley Arena in Sheffield to the New York Stadium, but Pilley somehow had a nightmare and blamed his sat nav, as everyone does in such situations.
“Disaster. We have just arrived at the Don Valley. Damn sat nav has took us to old ground,” Pilley tweeted in a post which was considered hilarious on social media.
Pilley was four and a half miles away from the correct venue, and his evening quickly got even worse as the Fishermen were knocked out of the cup.
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2) WHOOPS, THAT'S NOT FOR YOU, CRISTIANO - Platini tries to give Ronaldo two medals after Super Cup win
We know Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid won the European Super Cup against Sevilla, but does that mean he deserved two medals?
As you can see from the clip above, UEFA president Michel Platini got in a muddle when handing out the medals in Cardiff.
The Frenchman tried to place one round Ronaldo's neck, but he was already decked out in gold, which he enjoyed reminding Platini of.
Come on Michel, Ronaldo's head is big enough without you trying to big him up even more...
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3) IT'S JUST... IT'S JUST... SO SAD! - Tears show how much football means to Liverpool's new star
There was a very touching moment at the end of last night's European Super Cup which saw Real Madrid beat Liga rivals Sevilla in Cardiff.
Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno was supposed to be playing his last game for the club ahead of a move to Liverpool. However, with a £12m deal being struck between the two sides, Moreno was not allowed to play in case he sustained an injury to scupper the deal.
And, at the end of the night, the emotion got too much for the Spain international.
Following the final whistle, he broke down in tears and was inconsolable as he realised he has worn the shirt of the club he first joined as a kid for the last time.
We are told that footballers don't care enough, that they don't share the fans' passion for their clubs. But no one could ever level that accusation at Moreno.
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4) SWEDISH STRIKER SCORES 21 GOALS IN CRAZY GAME - Yes, but they won't count for his season's tally
Yanick Djouzi Manzizila broke a 60-year-old Swedish scoring record with 21 goals in a game but they won't be added to his season tally after his demoralised opponents quit the league.
The 25-year-old forward scored almost at will for Kongo United as they beat Balrog Botkyrka Sodertaelje - who had three players sent off - 30-0 in their division seven league clash.
"I'd scored 12 goals against them previously so I knew there was a chance to score a lot of goals," Manzizila told the Sportbladet newspaper.
With twin brother Alex as playmaker, and facing eight players by the end of the match, Manzizila had it all too easy against a team that had failed to earn a point all season.
Kongo United'ın 21 golünde Yanick Djouzi Manzizila imzası vardı. pic.twitter.com/YX3LdWAYI9
— takimoyunu.org (@takimoyunuorg) August 11, 2014
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5) 'DIRTY LEEDS, DIRTY LEEDS' - New Leeds player prompts predictable chants with horror challenge
Leeds United have had to put up with a reputation for being a tad too rough on the pitch for a while now, and shaking it off will be all the harder after this challenge.
Gaetano Berardi, a 25-year-old right back, lost his head completely as he flew in two-footed and in mid air with a ridiculous 'sliding tackle' which was both mistimed and not on the ground.
Leeds boss David Hockaday could simply not defend it: "I am disappointed in him and for him because his tackle was reckless. It was dangerous play and he has to learn." Yep.
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