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Sporting Muppet Lookalikes

The last few years have been good for British sports fans in that, for once, our heroes haven't performed like muppets. Our athletes shone at the Olympics, we've dominated the Tour De France, and even Andy went and won Wimbledon.

However, none of these facts will prevent us presenting another muppet lookalike gallery for your general entertainment. We present to you our top Sporting Muppet-alikes.

(Images: Rex/AllStar)

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