Has school ever caused you to miss a big match?
If so, spare a thought for Kai Havertz. Havertz is a promising 17-year-old midfielder for Bayer Leverkusen, who has played more than 20 times this season for the Bundesliga side.
But despite featuring in Leverkusen's Champions League last 16 first leg against Atletico Madrid, the teenager had to sit out the second leg trip to Spain because of a geography exam in school! (It went well by all accounts, unlike Leverkusen's Champions League hopes).
That was our first story on this week's World of Football on Premier League Live with Sky Sports, as I joined Philip Egan in studio to talk about some of the stories you may have missed over the last week.
We then moved across to League 1, where AFC Wimbledon and the MK Dons met on Tuesday night. The pair have developed a bitter rivalry this century, after the former Wimbledon club relocated to Milton Keynes.
On Tuesday night, AFC Wimbledon hosted the MK Dons for the first time ever, and made their feelings on their opponents perfectly clear, refusing refer to them as the Dons at any point in the match programme.
And finally we looked a little closer at Marcos Rojo's mid-game banana during Manchester United's win against Rostov on Thursday.
Was it all just a stunt by Jose Mourinho?