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  • Oxlade-Chamberlain adamant Arsenal 'more than capable of competing for title'

    Oxlade-Chamberlain adamant Arsenal 'more than capable of competing for title'

    Omnisport
    Oxlade-Chamberlain adamant Arsenal 'more than capable of competing for title'

    Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain refuses to throw in the towel in the race for the title and understands the fans' frustration. …

  • 'No gratitude' - Spalletti saddened by Ranieri sacking

    'No gratitude' - Spalletti saddened by Ranieri sacking

    Goal.com
    'No gratitude' - Spalletti saddened by Ranieri sacking

    Just nine months on from guiding the Foxes to Premier League glory, the Italian manager lost his job on Thursday, prompting a lot of reaction …

  • Barcelona to open academy in southern China

    Barcelona to open academy in southern China

    Reuters
    Barcelona to open academy in southern China

    Barcelona will open a soccer academy in southern China this year in partnership with local developer Mission Hills Group, the La Liga club said on Friday. The academy, to be based in Haikou, capital of the island province of Hainan, will have seven football pitches and eventually the capacity to enrol 1,000 children between six and 18 years old, the club said in a joint media release. "The FCBEscola in Haikou will be staffed by FCB coaches and will follow the same training methods used by the …

  • Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Reuters
    Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is the bookmakers' favourite to replace compatriot Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager after the Italian was sacked by the Premier League champions on Thursday. British bookmaker Sky Bet was offering odds of 6/4 on Mancini taking over relegation-threatened Leicester, while William Hill had the 2011-12 Premier League-winning coach at 13/8 as of 0520 GMT on Friday. Mancini, who left Inter Milan last August, won the Premier League with City in …

  • Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Reuters
    Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    (Reuters) - Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is the bookmakers' favourite to replace compatriot Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager after the Italian was sacked by the Premier League champions on Thursday. British bookmaker Sky Bet was offering odds of 6/4 on Mancini taking over relegation-threatened Leicester, while William Hill had the 2011-12 Premier League-winning coach at 13/8 as of 0520 GMT on Friday. Mancini, who left Inter Milan last August, won the Premier League …