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And finally… Platt’s still got it

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His playing days might be behind him but David Platt, now Manchester City’s assistant manager, proves he’s still got ‘it’ with a spectacular overhead kick in pre-season training – and it gets a deserved round of applause from Pablo Zabaleta and Sergio Aguero. Is it just us, or does that bring back memories of Italia 90? Watch Platt’s spectacular training goal here AND that goal against Belgium, below…

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