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However, their European form has been impressive - they won their Champions League group ahead of Porto - and Ranieri is determined that another big result on Wednesday could be crucial for Leicester's fortunes at home and overseas. The story of Vardy's rise from non-league to Football Writers' Player of the Year honours last season was transformed into a movie script as his 24 goals fired Leicester to the most unlikely of title triumphs.
  • Guardiola rules out return to Barcelona

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    Los Blanquirrojos are two points behind Barca in second and three off Real Madrid at the top, although they have played two games more than the leaders. Luis Enrique came under inevitable scrutiny after the match, with accusations Barcelona have lost their playing identity under his stewardship particularly prominent.
  • Man City's Gabriel Jesus out for 'two to three months'

    Man City's Gabriel Jesus out for 'two to three months'

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    Initial estimates suggested Jesus will face between two and three months on the sidelines, meaning that a return to action before the end of the season is not out of the question. The City manager, however, has been impressed with the way Aguero has pushed to get back into the starting line-up since being dropped. Aguero is now set for an extended run in the side and Guardiola said: "Sergio has to do what he's done all his career, nothing more".
  • Casemiro Unleashes Wonder Strike To Help Real Madrid Put Away Napoli

    Casemiro Unleashes Wonder Strike To Help Real Madrid Put Away Napoli

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    Indeed, it was the visitors that made the breakthrough in the eighth minute when Insigne curled a quite wonderful long-range effort into the bottom corner after spotting that Keylor Navas was in a poor decision. Just five minutes later, Karim Benzema met Dani Carvajal's right-wing cross with a close-range header to level things up. It was a thoroughly dominant performance from Real after a shaky start, during which Lorenzo Insigne scored for Napoli just eight minutes in.
  • Can repeatedly heading a football lead to dementia?

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    The researchers estimate a professional footballer playing in positions like central defence or centre forward will head the ball at least 2,000 times over the course of their career. However, in CTE, tau tends to accumulate around blood vessels and at the depths of the sulci - the grooves in the brain's surface - which helps to differentiate CTE from Alzheimer's pathology under the microscope".
  • Hussey: Starc will challenge Kohli throughout the series

    Hussey: Starc will challenge Kohli throughout the series

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    In India reverse swing is very important and both Josh and Mitch are very good reverse swing bowlers. The star batsman recently cracked his fourth Test double-century during India's win over Bangladesh at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad .
  • Century mark: No. 1 UConn wins staggering 100th straight game

    Century mark: No. 1 UConn wins staggering 100th straight game

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    SC was the last hard opponent UConn will face before the NCAA tournament. No. 1 CT got 26 points from Gabby Williams, holding off No. 6 SC 66 to 55. There is no such thing as an indifferent dribble. "I wasn't competing at the level they wanted me to, wasn't going as hard as I should have been going".
  • Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal final score, highlights, results: Gunners obliterated

    Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal final score, highlights, results: Gunners obliterated

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    Thiago Alcantara struck twice and Arjen Robben, Robert Lewandowski and substitute Thomas Mueller were also on target as the Bavarians inflicted Arsenal's first defeat of the season in Europe's premier club competition. The only previous Champions League encounter between Carlo Ancelotti and Arsene Wenger was in the 2007/08 Champions League round of 16. Perhaps with this in mind Arsène Wenger was particularly brusque with the suggestion that his team's ability to break a six-season run of ...
  • Knicks lift ban on Charles Oakley

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    And that something turned out to be an intervention led by Michael Jordan, Oak's friend and former teammate and fellow National Basketball Association team owner like Dolan. Oakley said he is "in pain now". Dolan would later insinuate that Oakley had a problem with alcohol abuse , a claim that Oakley vehemently continues to deny.
  • Intel chair on Flynn reports: 'Nothing there'

    Intel chair on Flynn reports: 'Nothing there'

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    Flynn and the U.S. vice-president, Mike Pence, had previously issued flat denials that Flynn and Kisilyak had spoken about anything of substance and the White House had insisted that the conversations involved only the exchange of Christmas greetings and preparations for a future Trump phone call with Vladimir Putin .
  • Reds trading second baseman Brandon Phillips to Braves

    Reds trading second baseman Brandon Phillips to Braves

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    Rodriguez reportedly did not suffer major injury, while his wife and children were hospitalized. For Atlanta, Phillips will serve as a stopgap until prospect Ozzie Albies is ready. New reports suggest that they are much more serious. And what did the Reds get in return, in addition to a $13 million obligation to a player performing for another team? The Braves finished the 2016 season 68-93, last in the division.