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The Dog that Saved the World (Cup)

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Pickles the dog and his owner Elsie love football more than anything. And they've just heard the most amazing news. The World Cup is coming home to England and Elsie's team have a chance to play in a half-time match at Wembley - with some help from Pickles, of course!

But life off the pitch is tough, even when Dad works hard to provide what they need. It's their team of three against the world and right now it feels like they're losing. So when disaster strikes and Elsie's dreams of playing at Wembley are shattered, it's up to Pickles to save the world (cup) ...

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