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Last Updated: Monday, 19 February 2007, 10:35 GMT
Caption Competition 344

This week's caption competition features Freddie Ljungberg and Jens Lehmann.

The Arsenal stars are pictured taking tea from a member of royal staff at Buckingham Palace.

The Queen hosted the reception for the Gunners four months after she cancelled plans to open their new Emirates stadium.

The pair seem to be enjoying themselves in the State Apartments but we wanted to know what words best fit the action?

This week's maestro of mirth is 'The Running Dan', England who sent in this corker:

Jens understood why he had been invited to Buckingham Palace, but he didn't understand why Britney Spears was making him tea?

Well done Dan! You win a BBC Sport goody bag.


SAY WHAT YOU SEE

CATEGORY WINNER: The three were having fun, until the narcolepsy kicked in
James Ellis, yorkshire

RUNNER-UP: Lehmann and Ljunberg are locked in battle during a royal version of 'operation'.
Andrew McLellan, UK

PUN FUN

CATEGORY WINNER: Freddie translates the posh parlance into Lehmann's terms.
Si Griffin, UK

RUNNER-UP: Lehmann: "I'm surprised you take sugar in your tea Freddie, you're 'Swede' enough".
John Routledge, England

MISCELLANEOUS

CATEGORY WINNER: Lapsang Souchong! Who does he play for?
Matt Higgins, England

RUNNER-UP: By the look of their outfits, the team misread the queens telegram: "Arsenal.Come to my house for Tea.Will be Fun.ER.Al welcome."
Nick Miller, UK

SUR-REALLY GREAT

CATEGORY WINNER: The little edible crab (Cancer pagurus) that hid inside Jens' expensive teacup was getting ready to crush his tongue with its claws, making him yelp and thus exposing him to Si's bouncers who would then throw him overboard because he didn't have an invitation and sneaked on board anyway.
Jules, Wales

RUNNER-UP: Jens shows that a good ventriloquist can also make his dummy perform simple tasks.
Mark Jarman, Great Britain

TOTALLY TOPICAL TASTE

CATEGORY WINNER: Jens understood why he had been invited to Buckingham Palace, but he didn't understand why Britney Spears was making him tea?
The Running Dan, England

RUNNER-UP: The waiter lets on that for the Liverpool visit they will be serving tees and sandwedges.
Mike Robins, UK

MISTAKEN IDENTITY

CATEGORY WINNER: David Bentley watched in silent glee as his ex-team mates unwittingly poisoned their own drinks.
Stephen Bouchard, UK

RUNNER-UP: Glenn McGrath looks on in wonderment at the hovering tea service.
Nirav Shah, UK

REGULARS' CAP COMP BANTER

CATEGORY WINNER: The Arsenal players are waiting to see the Queen, she has not yet finished her reception for the outstanding achievements of Alan Carroll and Jon Ball in the Caption Competition
Nick Miller, UK

RUNNER-UP: Jens & Freddie take a break from viewing Pat Butcher's vast wall mounted earring collection.
Alan Carroll, Ireland



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