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Trending: Neymar to stand trial over corruption, Man United draw Chelsea

Barcelona's Luis Enrique says it's important that the players hear supportive fans, not jeers and whistles.
The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

BARCELONA: Neymar has lost his final appeal and will stand trial on corruption charges related to his transfer to Barcelona four years ago.

- President Josep Maria Bartomeu has said Luis Enrique has the full backing of the club.

- Lionel Messi's late penalty spared Barcelona further embarrassment as they bounced back from their Champions League humiliation by beating struggling Leganes 2-1 in La Liga.

- Andres Iniesta says Barcelona's...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea vs. Man United in FA Cup is fascinating for one reason: Mourinho

Shaka Hislop says everything is lining up for Chelsea to win both the FA Cup and the Premier League.
Antonio Conte praises Wolves' performance against Chelsea after his side progressed in the FA Cup.
Jose Mourinho says quarter-final opponent Chelsea can focus solely on the FA Cup, while Man United have other priorities.

While a potential all non-league quarterfinal between Sutton United and Lincoln City has caught the imagination, the most mouth-watering tie in the last eight of the FA Cup is clearly Chelsea's meeting with Manchester United. Blue vs. red, Antonio Conte vs. Jose Mourinho, Diego Costa vs. Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The tie is brimming with intrigue.

The clubs have been no strangers in the competition over the past quarter of a century, though not all of the memories are especially fond ones for Chelsea...

Bayern's controversial late goal, Barca fans OK to boo, Lincoln's cup magic

The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.
Bayern's dramatic late winner in Berlin exposed the folly of arguing about added time.

In England, they used to call it "Fergie Time." In Germany, Hertha boss Pal Dardai called it the "Bayern bonus" after the Bavarians equalized 59 seconds past the allotted 5 minutes of time added on decreed by referee Patrick Ittrich.

Prior to that, a decidedly humdrum Bayern had gone a goal down after Vedad Ibisevic put the Berliners ahead following a rather dubious free kick. Carlo Ancelotti's crew played as if they were hungover from pounding Arsenal 5-1 in midweek, looking sluggish and devoid...

 By Colin Udoh

El Kanemi Warriors stun Abia, push Okey Emordi to resign as manager

El Kanemi Warriors' (in yellow) 1-0 win saw opposition manager Okey Emordi resign from his position at Abia United.

Missed penalties, applauded away teams and coaching resignations: all part of a weekend of football in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) that saw four clubs feature in continental action and miss out on domestic play.

If there were any expectations of a calm series of fixtures due to the reduced number of domestic games, they were rudely put to bed by Sunday evening.

Akwa United found some joy in faraway Gombe, where they drew 0-0. Nasarawa United missed a win by whiskers in a 1-1...

After heavy investment in attack, MLS teams are spending big in defense

Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar discuss Fredy Montero's return to MLS, and other players' reaction to the move.
MLS teams have more room to pay big money for defenders, like LA Galaxy's recently re-signed Jelle van Damme.

You don't have to go back too far in Major League Soccer to see that high-priced signings were almost the exclusive purview of attacking players. It made sense. In a salary-cap league, that was where teams -- especially those willing to shell out money for the league's highest paid players -- could get the most bang for the buck. But this offseason, there has been a noticeable shift in where teams allocate their precious financial assets.

So far this preseason, based on releases of player signings...

 By Chris Wright

'Jermainia' descends on Sunderland as Defoe puts on a show for supporters

Jermain Defoe has scored 14 goals for Sunderland this Premier League campaign.

With a tricky trip to Everton on the horizon, Sunderland limbered up by inviting a selection of young fans down to the Stadium of Light for an open training session.

Of course, the main attraction was top scorer Jermain Defoe, who emerged from the team bus to face his adoring public on the way into the ground.

�� Wow! It's deafening as @iamjermaindefoe mania has taken over the #StadiumOfLight

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