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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...

 By Mark Worrall

Pedro continues FA Cup success, Chelsea win comfortably at Wolves

Chelsea never looked threatened by Wolves, as they comfortably cruised to a 2-0 win, sending them to the quarterfinals.
Chelsea never looked threatened by Wolves, as they comfortably cruised to a 2-0 win, sending them to the quarterfinals.
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.

Chelsea are through to the quarterfinals of the FA Cup after defeating Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 at Molineux.

After a laboured first half in which the Premier League leaders failed to assert any kind of authority over the struggling Championship side and with Antonio Conte reluctant to make changes, it seemed the game was headed for a stalemate and a replay.

It was going to take something special to break the deadlock, and in the 65th minute that moment arrived when Pedro snuck in behind the Wolves'...

 By Nick Ames

Chelsea wobble but remain on course for double after FA Cup win vs. Wolves

Shaka Hislop says everything is lining up for Chelsea to win both the FA Cup and the Premier League.

WOLVERHAMPTON, England -- Three quick thoughts from Chelsea's 2-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.

1. Chelsea wobble but stay on track for double

Chelsea remain on track for a Premier League and FA Cup double, although they had far from their own way against a bold Wolves side at Molineux. A header by Pedro midway through the second half and a sharp late finish by Diego Costa sealed their place in the quarterfinals, but the home side, who had won at Liverpool...

 By Chris Wright

David Luiz knocks Chelsea TV reporter flying at Chelsea training

Obviously gunning for a post-football career in professional wrestling, David Luiz laid the smack down as Chelsea's players made their way out for training on Friday.

Spotting Chelsea TV's Lee Parker recording a segment, the Brazilian defender hurtled into shot and sent the presenter tumbling with a textbook flying takedown.

Thankfully, Nathaniel Chalobah was on hand to count the three.

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea cannot afford complacency as Wolves target another FA Cup shock

Antonio Conte was left disappointed as Chelsea were held by Burnley last time out.

An FA Cup tie between the runaway leaders of the Premier League and a team struggling in the Championship should be a foregone conclusion. But in a straight knockout competition -- excepting replays, of course -- nothing should be taken for granted when Chelsea travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

If Antonio Conte and his team required any reminding of the unpredictable nature of cup football they need only to look back at the last round. In what was a famous day for one of the Football...