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Sepp Blatter is showered in money

Sepp Blatter reveals plans to become a radio journalist after leaving Fifa, as Lee Nelson comic showers president with money

Simon Brodkin interrupted the press conference before Blatter informed journalists of his future plans

Simon Brodkin interrupts Sepp Blatter press conference

Lee Nelson stunt: Twitter reacts after Sepp Blatter is showered in fake cash by comedian

Comic Simon Brodkin interrupted the Fifa president's press conference

Sepp Blatter is showered in money

Lee Nelson hijacks press conference, throws cash over Fifa president Sepp Blatter

Fifa president says 'this has nothing to do with football'

Justin Rose in action at St Andrews

The Open 2015: Justin Rose, Danny Willett and Marc Warren - the British players in contention at St Andrews

A look at the home hopes on the final day at St Andrews

A view of The Open on the second day

The Open 2015 prize money: How much does the winner earn and how does it compare to other tournaments?

What happens if amateur Paul Dunne wins at St Andrews?

Matteo Darmian

Why Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian isn't like almost every other footballer

Manchester United signed the right-back from Torino

Tim Wonnacott, presenter of Bargain Hunt

The Open 2015: BBC defend decision to screen Bargain Hunt over St Andrews action

Only final five pairings will be shown on TV in full

Paul Dunne

The Open 2015: If Paul Dunne wins at St Andrews he will get just £500 - not the £1.1m prize money

Rules mean the winner's fee will go the the player in second place

Paul Dunne hugs his mother

The Open 2015: Peter Allis jokes that Paul Dunne 'maybe likes older women' - as amateur hugs his mother live on BBC

The BBC commentator made the quip as the Irishman came off the course after his incredible third round

Pedro to Chelsea: Jose Mourinho ready to move for Barcelona winger if Juan Cuadrado leaves

Chelsea manager wants five wide options at Stamford Bridge

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