Title triumph went to Leicester´s heads ~ Ranieri

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri believes the Foxes’ remarkable Premier League success last season has gone to his players’ heads. Ranieri’s side defied all the odds during a scarcely believable 2015-16 campaign which saw them romp to the title 10 points clear of runners-up Arsenal. But 2016-17 has been an altogether different story, Leicester languishing

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Mourinho impressed with Mkhitaryan mentality after Zorya stunner

ose Mourinho applauded Henrikh Mkhitaryan ’s mentality after a fine solo goal in Thursday’s 2-0 over Zorya highlighted the Armenian’s up-turn in fortunes at Manchester United. Mkhitaryan endured a difficult few months initially following his big-money move from Borussia Dortmund in July, with a poor showing in the September derby defeat to Manchester City resulting

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Vieira wanted opportunity to coach Arsenal

New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira is disappointed he was not given the opportunity to start his coaching career with former club Arsenal. The World Cup winner spent nine years with Arsenal before returning to Italy where he played for Juventus and Inter, having previously featured for AC Milan in Serie A. Vieira then

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Celtic charged by UEFA over crowd disturbances

Celtic have been charged by UEFA with two offences relating to crowd trouble during their Champions League match away to Manchester City on Tuesday. European football’s governing body has confirmed disciplinary proceedings have been opened in relation to charges of crowd disturbances and the setting off of fireworks. UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body will

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