Leicester City - What are the odds on that?

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Leicester City's amazing season is surely the story of the Premier League so far.

When Leicester parted company with manager Nigel Pearson in June, the club management appointed Claudio Ranieri as his successor to general bafflement all round. Ranieri, of course, was a man who had been sacked from his last 3 positions - managing the Greek national side, Monaco and Inter Milan - and hadn't managed in the Premier League since losing his job at Chelsea in 2004.

In truth, Leicester City were many pundits favourites for relegation this season, and Ranieri was tipped to be the first Premier League manager likely to get the sack. You could have actually got 5,000-1 for Leicester to win the Premiership before the season started. And, as the Daily Mirror has now reported, one Leicester fan punted £5 at 1,000-1 that the club would be top at Christmas. He is now £5000 better off!

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Ex-Liverpool forward Stan Collymore claims Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, want

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Ex-Liverpool forward Stan Collymore claims Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, want to sack Louis van Gaal and hire Jose Mourinho in his place.
Van Gaal is coming under increasing pressure after United’s 2-1 defeat to Norwich on Saturday.
The defeat means the Red Devils are without a win in six matches and they’re currently nine points behind league leaders Leicester City.
Mourinho was dismissed as Chelsea boss last week and his availability has increased the pressure on Van Gaal’s position.
And Collymore believes there’s now been a shift in the thinking of the Glazer family, who he believes will sack the Dutchman.

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Torino edge Lazio to Supercoppa Primavera

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14 11 2015 Torino ( Italia )
Finale Supercoppa Italiana Primavera incontro Torino Vs Lazio allo Stadio Olimpico di Torino
Nella foto Valerio Mantovani alza al cielo la Supercoppa Primavera Tim

Less than 30 seconds after the restart, Cardoselli found himself all alone in front of Granata goalkeeper Andrea Zaccagno to fire the Aquile ahead.

The goal seemed to startle Toro as Zaccagno was forced into three great saves to keep them in the match, as Inzaghi’s side were left wondering how they weren’t ahead by more than just the one goal.

Lazio were made to pay for their lack of finishing as the Granata equalised in the 77th minute. Berardi collected a low cross and tapped in from close range to level the scoreline.

Toro surged forward, earning a penalty minutes later, only for Massimo Martino’s effort to be denied by Kristjan Matosevic in the Lazio goal.

As a result the match went to extra time, but it was the Granata who would get the last laugh as Bortoluz took advantage of a Biancocelesti mistake in defence, firing home with the outside of his boot to earn the Turin side their first Supercoppa Primavera.
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Atletico Madrid line up £16m move for Chelsea target

Spanish champions Atletico Madrid are lining up a £16m move for Chelsea target Jose Callejon

Spanish champions Atletico Madrid are lining up a £16m move for Chelsea target Jose Callejon.

Jose Mourinho is a big fan of the talented forward, who he signed during his time at Real Madrid back in 2011.

As reported by SPORT in May, The Special One has been keeping tabs on Callejon since his move to Napoli last summer and was impressed by his 15 goals during his first Serie A season.

But Mourinho and Chelsea could be in danger of missing out on the 27-year-old with Atletico ready to make their move for the striker.

The Spanish club are desperate to reinforce their attack after selling Diego Costa - ironically to Chelsea - and it is understood that they have stuck Callejon at the top of their wish list.

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Hammers agree Valencia transfer

Enner Valencia

West Ham have completed the signing of Enner Valencia, subject to a successful work permit hearing.

Valencia caught the eye of several European clubs with his performance for Ecuador during the World Cup, but the Hammers managed to lure him to Upton Park for an undisclosed fee.

Following the successful completion of his medical, the 25-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the club, but the transfer will only be confirmed once he has obtained a work permit.

“West Ham United are delighted to announce that exciting Ecuador international forward Enner Valencia will become the Club’s fifth summer signing, subject to a successful work permit hearing,” a statement on their official website read.

“Valencia, who impressed hugely in scoring three goals for his country at the FIFA World Cup finals in Brazil, will join West Ham on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.”

West Ham have already signed Aaron Cresswell, Cheikhou Kouyate, Mauro Zarate and Diego Poyet as Sam Allardyce looks to build a squad capable of finishing in the top ten.

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The Uruguayan striker arrived in the Catalan city on Tuesday to complete the formalities of his reported £75m transfer from Liverpool.

The Uruguayan striker arrived in the Catalan city on Tuesday to complete the formalities of his reported £75m transfer from Liverpool.

But, due to the fact he is serving a four-month FIFA ban from all football-related activity after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini's shoulder at the World Cup, he could not be formally unveiled at the Nou Camp yesterday.

It therefore fell to new Barca coach Luis Enrique and director of football Andoni Zubizarreta to answer questions about the club's latest big-money signing, while expanding further on their wider plans in the summer transfer window.


Suarez will be ineligible to play for Barca - or even to train with his team-mates - unless any appeal lodged with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is successful.

When asked if Barca were making moves to reduce the length of the ban, Zubizarreta told reporters: "Luis Suarez is a Barcelona player for all purposes but the recommendation from our lawyers has been to remain discreet.

"Our lawyers tell us that we should be very prudent with what we say and your question is asking about something that's could only happen after certain verdicts have been reached.

"Then we'll be able to explain things better. But it's fact, it's true. He's 100 per cent a member of the club.

"We're speaking to our lawyers to find out the best way of defending his rights but at the moment there's nothing I can say about that."

Whether or not Suarez is allowed to make his debut ahead of schedule, the fact he is now securely under contract at the Nou Camp gives Enrique one less headache.

The former Spain midfielder, who has coached Barca's B team and more recently Roma and Celta Vigo, has already started shaking up his squad as a result of both planned and unexpected changes to personnel.

Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez have been sold, goalkeepers Victor Valdes and Jose Manuel Pinto have been released, while Carles Puyol's decision to retire from football leaves Enrique light on options in defence

He has signed Croatian playmaker Ivan Rakitic, Suarez and keepers Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Claudio Bravo but Barca remain frustrated in their search for a "high-profile" centre-back.

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Newcastle United are willing to listen to offers for Hatem Ben Arfa and Sylvain Marveaux, Goal understands.

Newcastle open to Ben Arfa & Marveaux exits

The French pair have both been told that they are not in manager Alan Pardew's plans ahead of the 2014-15 season, with the Magpies looking to reshape their squad

By William Joyce

Newcastle United are willing to listen to offers for Hatem Ben Arfa and Sylvain Marveaux, Goal understands.

12/1 Newcastle United are 12/1 with Bet365 to finish in the Premier League top six in 2014-15 Ben Arfa, who became something of a cult figure after joining the club from Marseille in 2010, has cut a frustrated figure in the last six months having fallen out of favour with manager Alan Pardew.

The 27-year-old's last start came in March and Pardew has now decided that the attacking midfielder can leave the club, having completed the signing of Remy Cabella – who plays in a similar position to Ben Arfa – from Montpellier for £12m.

Marveaux, signed on a free transfer from Rennes in 2011, has also been told that he is not in Pardew's thoughts and is free to leave the club along with his compatriot.

Since joining the club, Marveaux has struggled to nail down a starting spot in Pardew's XI and is now set to depart this summer, with Montpellier strongly linked with a loan move for the 28-year-old.

Ben Arfa, meanwhile, has been strongly linked with a move to the Middle East.

Despite the expected exits, Newcastle have strengthened heavily this summer, with Siem De Jong, Cabella, Ayoze Perez, Emmanuel Riviere and Jack Colback already joining the club and Daryl Janmaat set to sign once Mathieu Debuchy has completed his expected £8m move to Arsenal.

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