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  • Wilshere, Cazorla will be back soon, says Arsenal boss

    Wilshere, Cazorla will be back soon, says Arsenal boss

    Reuters
    Wilshere, Cazorla will be back soon, says Arsenal boss

    Arsenal's long-term injury absentees Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla are only weeks away from returning to first-team action, manager Arsene Wenger said ahead of Sunday's top-of-the-table Premier League clash against leaders Leicester City. Cazorla hurt his knee during Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Norwich City on Nov. 29, while fellow midfielder Wilshere is yet to feature this campaign, having broken his calf bone in pre-season and had surgery in September. "They (Cazorla and Wilshere) are back …

  • What makes Ranieri tick? Chelsea old boys give their views

    What makes Ranieri tick? Chelsea old boys give their views

    Reuters
    What makes Ranieri tick? Chelsea old boys give their views

    By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City were 5,000-1 outsiders to win the Premier League at the start of the season but, with 13 games left, they hold a five-point lead at the top of the table. Ranieri is sparking a remarkable turnaround in Leicester's fortunes and Reuters has asked three players who worked under him during a previous Premier League stint at Chelsea from 2000-04 to offer an insight into the Italian coach's methods. FORMER NETHERLANDS DEFENDER …

  • Van Gaal proud of United work

    Van Gaal proud of United work

    Omnisport
    Van Gaal proud of United work

    Louis van Gaal thinks he will have left a positive legacy at Manchester United when his tenure is finished. …

  • Robinho agrees two-year deal with Atletico Mineiro

    Robinho agrees two-year deal with Atletico Mineiro

    Reuters
    Robinho agrees two-year deal with Atletico Mineiro

    (Reuters) - Former Manchester City and Real Madrid striker Robinho has signed for Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro, the club confirmed on Thursday. "Robinho is Atletico's new signing," the Belo Horizonte team said in a short statement. "Robinho will sign for two seasons." The 32-year-old Brazil international, who also had a spell at AC Milan, became a free agent at the start of the month after a six-month deal with Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande expired. …

  • I-League: Former Real Madrid youth player expected to join DSK-Shivajians

    I-League: Former Real Madrid youth player expected to join DSK-Shivajians

    Goal.com
    I-League: Former Real Madrid youth player expected to join DSK-Shivajians

    The Pune-based outfit will be the 17th club in his professional club career… …