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Spanish side play in DIY shirts

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois the subject of Belgian love song

Thibaut Courtois has earned the appreciation of Chelsea supporters in a spectacular campaign for the Premier League leaders. It appears he has earned the adoration of a Belgian hip hop artist as well.

Although she acknowledged she has never met the goalkeeper, a Belgium international, Shay titled one of the songs on her latest album after Courtois because she liked his name.

 By Chris Wright

Spanish side CP Cacereno play in DIY shirts

Thanks to an unforeseen kit clash, Spanish side CP Cacereno were forced to take things into their own hands in order to fulfil a recent league fixture.

After the referee declared that both Cacereno's home and away kits clashed with Jerez's green and black strip, the away side cobbled together an emergency third kit using plain white t-shirts.

However, to adhere to Tercera Division rules, they also had to add squad names and numbers, which were duly scrawled on to the shirts in permanent marker.

 By Chris Wright

Gael Clichy unpacks DJ decks, stages in-flight mixing session

Faced with an eight-hour jaunt back from their weekend training camp in Abu Dhabi, the Manchester City squad were left to their own devices to while away the time as best they could.

While most players opted for the vanilla pursuits of watching movies or simply catching up on a bit of lost sleep, Gael Clichy chose to unpack his DJ decks and stage an in-flight mixing session.

 By Chris Wright

Southampton fans cheer for pie-eating keeper Wayne Shaw

Wayne Shaw's pie-eating antics has caused quite the storm.

It's fair to say that Wayne Shaw has endured a fairly eventful time of late.

The saga began with him turning out as Sutton United's reserve goalkeeper and ended with him out of a job and facing a gambling commission inquiry for eating a pie on television.

However, rather than enjoying a quiet weekend out of the spotlight, Shaw instead managed to snag himself a ticket for the EFL Cup Final at Wembley on Sunday afternoon.

Along with many of his Southampton-supporting brethren, Shaw travelled to London...

 By Chris Wright

Why Mancini won't replace Ranieri: He's dancing with the stars

In the wake of Claudio Ranieri's unceremonious sacking last week, Roberto Mancini has been installed as the bookies' favourite to succeed his fellow countryman at Leicester City.

However, it doesn't look as though the Italian will be taking over at the King Power any time soon.

Indeed, while the Foxes were busy limbering up for Monday evening's tricky tie against Liverpool, Mancini spent his weekend appearing on "Ballando con le Stelle" -- the Italian version of "Dancing with the Stars."

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Feyenoord beat PSV as goal-line technology gives tightest of decisions

Feyenoord took a big step towards their first Eredivisie title since 1999 after beating defending champions, PSV Eindhoven.

Feyenoord took another step to the Eredivisie title on Sunday, but needed the aid of one of the tightest goal-line technology decisions you'll ever see to beat PSV Eindhoven.

PSV, the current champions, looked to have snatched a point at De Kuip when Gaston Pereiro levelled Jens Toornstra opener -- but then came the dramatic winner for the home side in the 82nd minute.

Jens Toornstr delivered from a corner and Jan-Arie van der Heijden headed towards goal, with his effort fumbled on the...