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  • Payet cleans up West Ham awards

    Payet cleans up West Ham awards

    Omnisport
    Payet cleans up West Ham awards

    West Ham's Dimitri Payet was the star of the show once again as he picked up five awards at the club's night of nights. …

  • 'We don't need superstars' - Ranieri

    'We don't need superstars' - Ranieri

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    'We don't need superstars' - Ranieri

    Claudio Ranieri wants to strengthen his Leicester City squad ahead of next season, but only with the right players. …

  • Ghana Premier League: Assessing the early title contenders

    Ghana Premier League: Assessing the early title contenders

    Goal.com
    Ghana Premier League: Assessing the early title contenders

    After week 10 of the GPL, Goal assesses the top four favourites for the domestic title …

  • Rich clubs will rule Premier League for 20 years - Ranieri

    Rich clubs will rule Premier League for 20 years - Ranieri

    Reuters
    Rich clubs will rule Premier League for 20 years - Ranieri

    (Reuters) - Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri believes England's rich clubs will dominate the Premier League for the next two decades despite his team's unlikely run to their first top flight title. "How many years after Nottingham Forest and Blackburn have another team won?" said Ranieri. "The richest, or the team who can pick up the best players to make a team, will win." Leicester's squad cost less than 60 million pounds ($87.27 million), although their billionaire Thai owner Vichai …

  • Hat's off to Leicester, says fellow underdog Daly

    Hat's off to Leicester, says fellow underdog Daly

    Reuters
    Hat's off to Leicester, says fellow underdog Daly

    (Reuters) - Leicester City's fairytale run to clinch the English Premier League soccer title was hailed by American golfer John Daly on Tuesday as he congratulated his fellow "underdogs" for their success. Leicester, 5,000-1 outsiders at the start of the season, became champions for the first time and the first team to win a maiden English title since Nottingham Forest in 1978, having left the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea in their wake. For Daly, Leicester's unexpected success echoed …