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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has the eye of the tiger

Brendan Rodgers was the subject of an Instagram post Friday, courtesy of his trainer, Bradley Simmonds, who provided a glimpse of what Rodgers has been up to since being sacked as Liverpool manager.

Rodgers, 43, is 10 weeks into a 12-week training programme, and Friday's tasks included a run around the Ulsterman's neighbourhood before donning a pair of boxing gloves.

 By PA Sport

Early cash out on Leicester costs gambler thousands of pounds

The ESPN FC crew discuss one Leicester City fan's decision to cash some of his bet on the Foxes to win the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks with the man who took the 5000/1 bet that Leicester would win the Premier League.

One punter made the "worst cash out decision in history" after taking a 45p return on a 5000-1 bet on Leicester City winning the Premier League.

The unnamed Ladbrokes customer staked 50p on the Foxes taking the title at the beginning of the season and stood to win £2,500 had he or she let the bet ride. But instead they decided to take a 45p return after just the first game of the season, which Claudio Ranieri's men won 4-2 against Sunderland.

Some punters, who backed the Foxes at similar odds...

Arsenal aren't 'championship winners' away from home, Arsene Wenger

The ESPN FC crew respond to Arsene Wenger's statement that he and his Arsenal staff 'are moving the club the right way'.

Arsene Wenger got Arsenal's away record a bit mixed up when he tried to put a positive spin on the Gunners' league season.

Speaking at his weekly news conference on Friday, Wenger acknowledged that the team's poor home form cost them a chance at the Premier League title -- but claimed they have the best away record.

"We lost the championship at home against the lower teams. But we played sometimes at home in a very difficult climate. We have to realise that away from home, we are championship...

Top NFL draft pick Jared Goff already an Arsenal supporter

Arsenal need all the fans they can get right now and they might just have a new supporter in an NFL star.

No. 1 NFL draft pick Jared Goff should feel right at home playing for a Stan Kroenke-owned team.

The quarterback, who was picked first by Kroenke's Los Angeles Rams on Thursday in the annual draft, is also an Arsenal supporter.

Well, when it comes to video games, anyway.

"I play FIFA a lot. I actually know quite a bit about Arsenal, because that's the team I play with on the game a lot," Goff said ahead of the draft. "I'm not a fan of any team, but I may know the most about them just from playing...

Harry Kane posts Instagram #TBT to the day he met David Beckham

Harry Kane is a bonafide star for club and country these days but as a kid, he was just like the rest of us: awestruck by meeting his heroes.

As is customary on "Throwback Thursday" (#TBT), the Spurs and England striker reminisced about the time he got to meet David Beckham.

#tbt Meeting one of my idols growing up!���� @davidbeckham

A photo posted by Harry Kane (@harrykane) on

Nowadays, we suspect Becks might be the star-struck ...

Manchester United youth starlet scores incredible goal

It's not often that we've seen tricks and flicks from Manchester United players this season but bored supporters will be enlivened when they see what's happening in their academy.

In a match against Newcastle, 16-year-old midfielder Aidan Barlow produced the sort of dazzling attacking that was more familiar in the days of Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

Using his heel to flick the ball over a defender, the rookie then took a cushioning touch with his left foot before whacking the ball into the far corner...