Chelsea seek to put Costa furore to bed

Premier League leaders Chelsea will hope to draw a line beneath the controversy that has embroiled striker Diego Costa when they welcome Hull City to Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Costa missed last weekend’s 3-0 win at champions Leicester City after reportedly rowing with fitness coach Julio Tous amid reports of an eye-watering offer from Chinese

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Maybe I’m not good enough for City, says Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola revealed Friday that he fears he may not match up to the players in his expensively-assembled squad which is struggling to maintain a Premier League title push. Guardiola conceded defeat in the title race after last weekend’s 4-0 loss at Everton left them 10 points behind leaders Chelsea. The defeat

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Shaw going through ´difficult period´ – Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes full-back Luke Shaw is going through a “difficult period” as he tries to break back into the first team. Shaw, 21, has made just seven Premier League appearances this season, having missed most of 2015-16 due to a broken leg. Questions have been raised over the England international’s future

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Ighalo going nowhere- Watford

Vanguardngr– Walter Mazzarri has brushed aside Odion Ighalo’s future despite West Brom holding talks over signing the Watford striker. The Baggies wanted to land the Nigerian international last summer and have renewed their interest this month. West Brom boss Tony Pulis is known to be keen on Ighalo and has made him a key target

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Moses can lead Chelsea’s attack-Adebayor

Vanguardngr– Former Arsenal striker, Emmanuel Adebayor has said that Nigerian winger, Victor Moses can lead the attack of Chelsea. “If you look at Chelsea, when Hazard gets injured they’ve got Willian; if Willian gets injured they can still play Moses further forward. Moses can lead the attack”, Adebayor told The Guardian of London. But he

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