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16more 8 winter 2011/2012PITCH PERFECT!FOOTBALLCOMING AT YOUIN A VICTORY NEAR YOU NOW! If you can't make the match, the perfect way to feel part of the action without being pitch side with the players is by watching the game in 3D.And now, with live 3D sport available in the victory pub & kitchen at many VILLAGE hotels, there's simply no excuse not to pop down, don the dark glasses and experience Premier League football in all its glory! We guarantee you'll be ducking from flying footballs, diving from high speed free kicks and feeling the full force of flying tackles from your favourite midfield General - and all from the comfort of your own seat!

173D VictoryEric Cantona On 25th January 1995, Eric Cantona, having been sent off for Manchester United in a match against Crystal Palace, launched a 'kung-fu' style kick into the crowd at Crystal Palace fan Matthew Simmons, who had allegedly racially abused him from the VickersOn Monday 7th March 2011, Dorchester Town Football Club's Player-Manager Ashley Vickers was sent off in his side's 3-1 defeat at Havant & Waterlooville for tackling pitch invader Alan Young who had ran onto the field of play dressed in a Borat-style PowerOn 18 April 2001 at Manchester United's Champions League tie against Bayern Munich, Karl Power from Droylsden in Greater Manchester stunned the players and a watching television audience of millions when he strolled onto the pitch in team colours and posed with the players for United's pre-match sport bombards you with balls from every angle, with every shot and every strike seemingly flying out of the screen and into your lap. But what happens when sport literally spills over from the playing field and into the crowd? More Magazine remembers 3 momentous occasions that shook the world.WHEN SPORT SPILLS OVER THE PITCH