What's your record for keepie-uppies?
Whatever it is, it certainly isn't close to the new world record that was set this week in China, when a PE teacher juggled a football 25,519 times over four hours and 19 minutes.
That was just one of two strange world records set in the Far East this week, with Japanese legend Kazuyoshi Miura becoming the world's oldest ever professional footballer at 50 years and 7 days, when he lined out for Yokohama FC.
This week's World of Football also saw us talk about the bizarre sacking of Paulo Bento at Olympiakos, who was dismissed despite being seven points clear at the top of the league. And it even prompted Brian Kerr to reveal how he nearly ended up managing the Greek side once upon a time.
And we finished this week's chat with another managerial departure, this time at lowly Petersfield Town, whose manager decided enough was enough, and quit at half time!
Listen back to the full segment below: