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 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester can make Premier League statement with Chelsea to come

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho expressed his belief that Leicester City will remain in the Premier League come the end of the season.
Nigel Pearson's Leicester City are in the unenviable position of sitting bottom at Christmas.
Nigel Pearson has overseen a fine run, but Chelsea will be a different test.

With four wins from four games, Leicester are the form side in the Premier League, but few will expect them to take anything off Chelsea. A shock victory for the Foxes will in all likelihood move them just one win away from safety, but there will also be no shame in defeat to the league leaders and champions-elect.

Chelsea won't be complacent; Jose Mourinho's sides rarely are. After only drawing 0-0 with Arsenal, the visitors can't now secure the title at the King Power Stadium and know more dropped...

 By Musa Okwonga

Man Utd starting to look beyond David De Gea, as Victor Valdes waits

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says the club have made a huge contract offer to goalkeeper David de Gea, but the final decision is the Spain international's alone.

As Manchester United's season draws to a close, it is increasingly unclear whether David De Gea will remain at the club next season. Despite Louis van Gaal stating that the Spain international goalkeeper has been offered a large new contract, the player himself has remained notably silent on the issue. Certainly, this stance has caused concern among many United supporters, who see Real Madrid looming on the horizon, credit card at the ready.

Many would understand De Gea's desire to return to the...

 By Chris Wright

Stoke keeper Sorensen to mark retirement with epic US cycle ride

Sorensen has only made one appearance for Stoke this season
Thomas Sorensen will exchange his boots for cycling cleats.

Veteran goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen has announced that he's calling it a day at the end of the current season and retiring after 22 long years in the saddle.

Currently entering into the final few months of his ever-dwindling Stoke City contract, the 38-year-old Danish stopper has vowed to mark his retirement by "giving something back" -- duly announcing that he plans to cycle some 4,000 miles across the United States in the summer all in the name of charity.

Indeed, Sorensen tweeted the details of...

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Lionel Messi-esque solo goal scored by blind footballer Yvan Wouandji

Proving himself to be blind football's answer to Lionel Messi, France international Yvan Wouandji defied his disability to score a truly brilliant goal in an international fixture against Germany last Friday afternoon.

Having taken the ball from his goalkeeper, Wouandji proceeded to weave his way upfield from the edge of his own box, skilfully jinking his way through the entire German defence before rifling home a cracking strike into the bottom corner.

The celebration wasn't half bad either.

Benfica's Jorge Jesus much more than Mourinho-lite, as title closes in

Jorge Jesus has done an incredible job with his Benfica side.

"Benfica ganhou 0-0" (Benfica won 0-0) was the headline in Monday's edition of Portuguese newspaper A Bola, and it really felt like that. In terms of spectacle, the latest edition of O Classico with the capital club's eternal rivals FC Porto was one of the less electrifying of recent times. A relatively uneventful match -- coaches Jorge Jesus and Julen Lopetegui squaring up to each other on the final whistle was probably the biggest battle of the afternoon -- suited the reigning champions right...

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Fan makes his girlfriend sit an Arsenal exam: She passes!

Lucky 'The Professor' Arsene Wenger wasn't marking her test.

Obviously feeling that their relationship had reached something of an impasse and that his significant other wasn't pulling her weight in the football department, one Arsenal fan decided to make his girlfriend sit an Arsenal exam in a bid to really test their compatibility.

The exam featured a ridiculously professional-looking cover sheet, explaining that 50 marks were available and that all answers should be filled in using black ink, etc.