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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Chelsea 22 3 3 69
2 Tottenham 17 8 3 59
3 Man City 17 6 5 57
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Five things to know about Germany and Roma defender Antonio Rudiger

Antonio Rudiger made his Germany bow in 2014.

Antonio Rudiger has been attracting the interest of the Premier League's elite, as sources told ESPN FC that Manchester City, United and Chelsea scouts all watched him play for Germany against England.

The 24-year-old Roma defender already has plenty of admirers, but here are five things to know about him.

1. He grew up on the streets of Berlin and played for Borussia Dortmund's academy

The son of a German father and a Sierra Leonean mother, Rudiger grew up in Berlin and learned his trade out...

 By Ian Holyman

N'Golo Kante 'doesn't have the personality of a leader' - Frank Leboeuf

France coach Didier Deschamps believes midfielder N'Golo Kante is one of the best in the world.
France coach Didier Deschamps has said he has been highly impressed by Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe.
Jose Mourinho confirms Paul Pogba will be sidelined at least through the international break due to a hamstring injury.
France coach Didier Deschamps thinks Paul Pogba is playing well despite recent criticism regarding his form.

Former Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf has told RMC that N'Golo Kante is too shy to be "a boss" of the Blues squad.

Kante, 25, underpinned Leicester City's Premier League title win last season, and has received even more plaudits for his performance in Chelsea's march to the top of the table this season.

The France international has featured in all but one of Chelsea's Premier League matches this season, making him one of manager Antonio Conte's key players, but Leboeuf, who played at Stamford Bridge...

Chelsea, Man City and Man United eye defender Antonio Rudiger - sources

Antonio Rudiger would consider a move to the Premier League, sources have said.

Scouts from Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United watched Germany defender Antonio Rudiger against England on Wednesday ahead of a potential move, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Rudiger, a long-term target for the trio, played the full 90 minutes in his country's 1-0 win at Dortmund.

The central defender has returned to full fitness after a cruciate knee ligament injury forced him to miss Euro 2016 and meant he only returned to action for his club, Roma, in October.

Lukas Podolski went out in style in his final match for the national team, hitting a rocket of a goal to sink England 1-0.
With his international career coming to a close, the FC crew shower Lukas Podolski with praise for his stellar career.

Rudiger,...

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Julen Lopetegui 'delighted' to have Chelsea's in-form Diego Costa back

The Spanish national team coach highlights Pedro's importance to his squad, and Cesc Fabregas' return to the national team.

Diego Costa is back with Spain national team ahead of a World Cup qualifier against Israel on March 24, and manager Julen Lopetegui couldn't be happier.

Costa, 28, was not included in Vicente del Bosque's Spain team for Euro 2016 after a stuttering 2015-16 season with Chelsea in the Premier League. 

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Del Bosque stepped down following Spain's 2-0 round-of-16 loss to Italy in France, with Lopetegui taking over the reins of La Roja. Costa was picked by the new boss for qualifiers in...

Ashley Cole: I laugh to myself about Arsenal's struggles since I left

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Ashley Cole's comments about the plight of Arsenal are not meant to be taken seriously.
It's no surprise Arsenal are the topic of conversation, but who will be coming in an heading out this summer?

Former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole has said he will still "laugh to myself" about the club's lack of success since his controversial move to Chelsea in 2006.

Cole, part of the 2003-04 "Invincibles" team, told ITV's panel show "Play to the Whistle" that he had no regrets about the move.

"I had a great time [at Arsenal], I missed the old players that were there but I moved on and won every trophy I could," the defender said.

"I wouldn't look back and say I regretted it, no."

Cole -- now at LA Galaxy...