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 By Chris Wright

Barcelona star Dani Alves shows off new 'teddy bear' trainers

Proving, once again, that wealth is no measure of taste, Lionel Messi has taken to Instagram to share Dani Alves' brand-new trainers with the world.

Presumably costing an absolute fortune, Alves' customised sneakers are not only bright, glittery and golden -- they also have a teddy bear's head sewn into the tongues. Because? Fashion, that's why.

 By Lee Roden

What can Arsenal expect from Brazilian defender Gabriel Paulista?

Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger is hopeful of a deal for Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista.

Background: Gabriel Armando "Paulista" de Abreu

Though born in the southern city of Sao Paulo, Gabriel learned his trade with Esporte Clube Vitoria in Bahia, north east Brazil. The academy product was promoted to the club's first team in 2010 and soon found himself dropped in at the deep end, playing out of position at right back against a Neymar-led Santos in the 2010 Copa do Brasil final. Vitoria lost 3-2 over two legs; Neymar scoring one of the goals and missing a penalty.

The young defender...

 By Nick Miller

Brendan Rodgers and Jose Mourinho have point to prove in Capital One Cup

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was proud of his side's performance against Bolton in the FA Cup, but had a few words to say about the referee's decisions during the match.

The Capital One Cup is usually regarded as a mild inconvenience by the bigger clubs, an irritation that ranks somewhere between defrosting the freezer and paying a large electricity bill. You'd rather not, but it's necessary and people will get very cross if you don't bother.

It's comfortably the fourth priority for any English club involved in European competition, unless you're Mike Ashley and you regard the Europa League as even lower, like an irksome rash that must be got rid of as soon as possible.

Of...

 By David Usher

Liverpool vs. Chelsea rivalry still burning strong after a brief break

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says Mario Balotelli still has a future at the club.

Liverpool and Chelsea resume hostilities on Tuesday night with a place in the Capital One Cup final on the line. For Chelsea it represents their last chance of appearing at Wembley this season after they were dumped out of the FA Cup by Bradford City on Saturday, in what has to be considered one of the greatest upsets in the history of the competition.

The Reds had some lower league trouble of their own of course, as they failed to beat Championship side Bolton at Anfield. That wasn't ideal preparation...

Liverpool to crank up the pressure on Chelsea in Capital One Cup

Jose Mourinho wants Chelsea's FA Cup exit to Bradford to spark a positive reaction in the second leg of their Capital One Cup semi final with Liverpool on Tuesday.

Hands up who saw those FA Cup shocks coming on Saturday. Anyone? Thought not. Before we try and claw back some cash from the bookies with some Capital One Cup selections, spare a thought for this poor punter who was oh so close to winning £1,000,000.

Liverpool to hit Chelsea on the break

Chelsea and Liverpool meet again on Tuesday for a place in the final of the League Cup at stake and after the first leg, anything is possible.

Chelsea, at home, are the favourites to go through after the 1-1...

 By James Young

Corinthians-Casuals return to Brazil for historic friendly with Corinthians

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Corinthians-Casuals may have lost 3-0, but the game was about more than the result PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter.

Saturday afternoon saw a typically lively afternoon of action in the Ryman Isthmian League South. In perhaps the pick of the action, Ramsgate drew 3-3 at home with Three Bridges in front of 159 fans, while a bumper crowd of 459 turned out to see leaders Burgess Hill Town beat Sittingbourne.

For the team currently sitting in 18th spot in the division, however, it was a rather unusual weekend. Instead of taking on Hastings United on a chilly January afternoon back home, amateur club Corinthians-Casuals...