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 By Chris Wright

Ostersunds mock Wenger coat woes after Europa League draw

In the wake of the draw for the Europa League Round of 32, Arsenal took the time to get in touch with their next opponents, Ostersunds, via social media.

Indeed, the Gunners gave Ostersunds a prod on Twitter after the draw was conducted, informing the Swedish minnows, perhaps a little ominously, that they would "see them soon."

However, Ostersunds, whose manger Graham Potter is the only English coach left in European competition this season, proved their mettle by snapping back at the Premier League...

 By Chris Wright

Brazil and Barcelona icon Ronaldinho scores from inside his own half

Despite being a few months short of his 38th birthday, Ronaldinho is still yet to officially retire from professional football.

That said, it's been quite a while since the Brazilian legend turned out in a competitive fixture, instead passing the time by taking part in exhibition matches and futsal tournaments around the world.

Indeed, Sunday afternoon saw him rock up for a benefit game in Sao Paulo and the ex-Barcelona veteran promptly delighted the crowd by walloping one in from inside his own...

Victor Wanyama's fans take to streets as Tottenham midfielder plots comeback

Victor Wanyama's supporters are so eager to see the injured Kenyan return to the pitch, they took to the streets ahead of Tottenham's 5-1 win over Stoke on Saturday.

Members of the Tottenham fan club in Machakos -- a small town southwest of Kenya's capital Nairobi -- staged what one local news website described as a "peaceful procession" to wish Wanyama well.

Wanyama's supporters marched through the streets, clad in replica Spurs kits and t-shirts embossed with the image of the national team captain....

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Sheffield United spell own team name wrong on official club calendar

It's that time of year, when club shops are stuffed full of stocking fillers, including the usual array of diaries and calendars for the following year.

Kids up and down the country will have their club's calendar in pride of place in their bedrooms. 

That might not be the case for Sheffield United fans. Or, as the club have managed to call themselves, Shefield United.

Yep, whoever put the calendar together somehow managed to spell the club's own name incorrectly.

You had one job....

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Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi keeps face warm on bench with hot water bottle

Watch as Michy Batshuayi and other Chelsea players pass around a hot water bottle to stay warm on the bench at the London Stadium.

Winter is most definitely setting in now in England, with cold winds and snow sweeping down the country.

Spare a thought for all those footballers forced to sit on the substitutes' bench all game -- they must be chilled to the bone.

Well, all apart from Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, who is determined to make sure he stays warm.

Television cameras caught the Belgium international snuggling up to a hot water bottle on the bench against West Ham on Saturday. We think that's surely taking things...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester police canvas opinion over half-and-half scarf ban for derby

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Ahead of the Manchester derby, the Greater Manchester Police (GMP) have asked their followers what they think about them arresting on sight any fan spotted wearing a dreaded half-and-half scarf in or around Old Trafford on Sunday.

The GMP's hardline approach was sparked by a tweet sent to them a couple of days before the match between Manchester United and Manchester City, along with a photo of the offending item of neckwear.

"If you see anyone wearing one of these on Sunday please arrest them...