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  • Arsenal double-winning captain wants Leicester triumph

    Arsenal double-winning captain wants Leicester triumph

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    Arsenal double-winning captain wants Leicester triumph

    Frank McLintock played for Leicester before captaining Arsenal to a double in 1971 but wants the former to win the Premier League title. …

  • Andy Cole opens up on kidney failure

    Andy Cole opens up on kidney failure

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    Andy Cole opens up on kidney failure

    Andy Cole has spoken publicly about the kidney failure that has afflicted his post-football life. …

  • Top four Premier League sides meet on super Sunday

    Top four Premier League sides meet on super Sunday

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    Top four Premier League sides meet on super Sunday

    The top four sides in the Premier League feature on a double-header super Sunday with unlikely leaders Leicester travelling to third-placed Arsenal and Tottenham, in second, heading to fourth-placed Manchester City. Leicester have a five-point lead over Tottenham, who in turn sit ahead of Arsenal only on goal difference. As a sign of the top four's title credentials, there is a six-point gap between City and Manchester United who have played a game more. …

  • James see brighter future after key role in Real Madrid win

    James see brighter future after key role in Real Madrid win

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    James see brighter future after key role in Real Madrid win

    Colombia’s James Rodriguez enjoyed a return to form with a fine goal in Real Madrid’s 4-2 win over Athletic Bilbao on Saturday. James, who had been off his best since returning from a thigh injury, struck the second goal to put Real ahead towards the end of the first half and praised coach Zinedine Zidane for a positive change in the team’s game. “I feel much better and that also helps,” James said. …

  • Hiddink delighted as Chelsea finally turn on the style

    Hiddink delighted as Chelsea finally turn on the style

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    Hiddink delighted as Chelsea finally turn on the style

    Chelsea finally produced a performance befitting of champions to demolish Newcastle United 5-1 on Saturday and give Guus Hiddink his first home Premier League win since returning as coach. Despite being unbeaten in 12 matches in all competitions since Hiddink was named interim manager following Jose Mourinho's sacking, Chelsea have not been convincing, especially at Stamford Bridge where they have drawn five games. Against a compliant Newcastle side defending at times like a pub team, …