English football

Friday, April 29, 2016

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The Manchester City defender netted a Cristiano Ronaldo-esque flick in a practice six-a-side game, leaving the many attacking stars at the Etihad in shock

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The German is confident that his team can put their European hopes to one side this weekend, while Swans boss Francesco Guidolin also expects to face an up-for-it visiting side

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Claudio Ranieri's men need just three points to be crowned champions but the Dutchman says his side have to beat the Foxes to keep their hopes of a top four finish alive

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The Black Cats boss is wide of the mark with his comments regarding the Magpies' upcoming opponents, according to the Spaniard, who claims only the players can make a difference

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The Welshman has been linked with a move to Goodison Park should the Toffees opt to make a change but says such reports are pure speculation and is unwilling to comment further

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The Dutch manager arrived at St. Mary's in 2014 and although his successful spell in charge has attracted interest from a list of top clubs, the 53-year-old is keen to stay

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Interim boss Hiddink reveals that his skipper will make a welcome return to the Blues' squad for the first time in over a month after taking part in training this week

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The England international's season has come to a premature end after he was banned for three games for violent conduct but his manager says he will learn from the incident

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The Sunderland striker has compared himself to Germany international Thomas Muller as he believes he completes a number of the same roles as the 26-year-old forward

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The 64-year-old insists he is calm despite the fact that victory over Manchester United on Sunday could hand his Foxes side their first ever Premier League title

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The PFA Player of the Year has revealed he went on trial with the Scottish club but struggled to adapt to the snowy conditions, and subsequently made his escape

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Leicester City can win the Premier League title with a victory over Manchester United this weekend but the Italian has joked that he may choose to utilise the numbers in his squad

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There have been 84 key errors in 333 matches this season, and Jon Moss, who controversially sent off Jamie Vardy has name more than any other official

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The eccentric German coach accuses Premier League chiefs of undermining English sides left competing on two fronts domestically and in Europe due to questionable fixture scheduling

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The Citizens boss faces an anxious wait over the fitness of his powerful Ivorian midfielder ahead of next week's European second-leg showdown with 10-time winners Madrid

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The Frenchman says his side's bid for the title wasn't helped by playing in difficult atmospheres at home and wishes the club's supporters created noise like Liverpool fans

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The England international began his career at the St. Mary's Stadium and his former team-mate has spoken to him regarding a return to the south coast

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The recently crowned PFA Player of the Year admits potentially lifting the Premier League title with the Foxes never crossed his mind until the turn of the year

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The Foxes are within touching distance of winning the Premier League and their Italian manager wants a season-defining performance at Old Trafford, where they can secure the crown

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Claudio Ranieri's charges can win their first ever Premier League title on Sunday if they manage to beat Manchester United, in what has been a remarkable season for the Foxes