Saturday, February 6, 2016

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Leicester City has won the hearts of a football-adoring public and Arsene Wenger believes almost the whole country is now behind the Foxes.

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The 52-year-old says he expects to return to management in the 2016-17 season having taking time off since his departure from Real Sociedad

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The Blues coach has doubts as to whether the future Manchester City boss or his fellow Dutchman are well matched to the demands of English top-flight football.

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The former Chelsea manager has given an interview for the first time since being sacked at Stamford Bridge, and is not enjoying his time away from football

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Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye did not suffer a recurrence of his ankle injury or pick up a new problem in the draw at the Liberty Stadium

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Jamie Vardy has agreed to a new deal with Premier League leader Leicester City that will keep him at the club several more seasons.

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A first-half strike from Maya Yoshida proved to be the lethal blow for the Hammers, as Ronald Koeman's ten men battled their way closer to a European finish.

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The Saints were forced to play almost the whole of the second period with 10 men but still managed to claim all three points against Slaven Bilic's in-form Hammers.

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A number of supporters left Anfield in the 77th minute during the 2-2 draw against Sunderland to express their anger with proposed new prices in the redeveloped main stand.

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Manuel Pellegrini will not use Pep Guardiola's agreement to replace him as Manchester City manager as an excuse for poor performances.

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Romelu Lukaku, Seamus Coleman and Aaron Lennon were among the goals as Roberto Martinez's men danced to three points at the Britannia Stadium

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Jermain Defoe fired home a last-gasp equaliser as the Black Cats came back from two goals down to draw with the Reds, for whom Roberto Firmino impressed up front