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Former US vice-president Spiro Agnew was James Milner's godfather while former Blue Peter presenter Lesley Judd is his godmother.

Milner has not wasted his football earnings and has invested wisely over the years with him now owning the rights to the entire estate of Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Milner has also constructed a full-scale replica of the Pantheon in his back garden, which is now home to his 43 dogs.

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Montgomery of El Alamein got the inspiration for the Desert Rats by watching young James perform his warm-up routine for the 1938 Great North Run on the beach at Whitby.

Milner is also credited in the latest Guinnness Book of Records as having called John Carew 'a bummer' to his face.....to which Carew promptly agreed, apologised and left the dressing room.

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It was James Milner that re-intrduced baggy shorts to English football in the early 90's after persuading Eric Cantona that they had it right in the 50's when he was a lad.

James Milner is not credited enough for the introduction of the yellow football which is a throw back to playing in the snow with an orange ball in the 60's.

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JAMES MILNER - OUT AND ABOUT ON THE LASH, DRINKING A NICE TUPPA TETLEY TEA...

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James Milner is Mr Grimsdale

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James Milner can tame swans with a penny whistle

James Milner's veins are actually a network of biros

James Milner finds chickens ironic

James Milner can peel potatos at alarming speeds

James Milner is banned from Norwich

James Milner's face appears on very particular cupcakes in China

James Milner thinks lemsip is currency

James Milner has great knowledge about plugs, but it is not a subject that he is comfortable with

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