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Diego Costa’s unique traits have been the unequivocal source of Chelsea’s title charge

Diego Costa divides opinions like no other. But, he might also actually be a striker like no other. Other than Luis Suarez, Mario argues, there might not be anyone better than Chelsea's hitman right now.

Prem: Having a star striker still paying dividends

In the age of over-complicating things, an attempt at less-complication seems to be in the works. Having a consistent centre-forward is still needed to win the league.

Weekend Review: Barca stunned, Leicester routed, and Pep prevails

This weekend produced some of the most spectacular displays of football we've seen this year. Topped, of course, by City's win over United, and Barca's stunning loss to Alaves.

Another underwhelming season beckons Chelsea’s way should they sell Diego Costa

As the new Premier League season furtively glances the way of the clubs participating in it, Chelsea have an issue or two to address before the opening game. Diego Costa is the name of the biggest issue of all.

3 reasons why Chelsea are title favorites for the 2016/17 PL season

The 2016/17 Premier League season will shortly dawn upon us, and the winner from two years back have a lot to prove in it. Chelsea, despite their 10th place finish last term, are one of the favorites to win this year's competition.

Diego Costa will not last long under Conte

Diego Costa's Chelsea career may be over with Conte's arrival, as two fiery characters could prove more than what the club can handle.

Is Diego Costa worth the trouble?

Diego Costa can be as dependable with his temper as a baby with a handgun. Is the Brazil-born Spain striker worth all this trouble?

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The Stats: Leicester trail at interval – Timothy Castagne and Kelechi Iheanacho behind the comeback

The away side Crystal Palace were in control leading 1-0 in the Premier League game. But Leicester...
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MLS: Week 14 continues with eleven game weekend

As European club football seasons come to an end, MLS is full on firing with eleven games this weekend.

Guardiola may have failed at first, but he will get it right next season

Pep Guardiola's first season in charge of City can be earmarked as being a disaster, both in terms of transfers and results. However, all this is about to change in the Spaniard's second year.

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