Small champions in big competitions: these teams set the example for Leicester City

Leicester City were crowned the most surprising Premier League champions ever as Tottenham drew 2-2 at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea on Monday. However, despite the Foxes’ amazing accomplishments, they are not unique in football history, as there have been more “small” champions in Europe’s five biggest competitions – England, Italy, Germany, France, and Spain. Premier League: Blackburn Rovers (1995) Before Leicester won it this season, there were only five teams who had won the Premier League since 1992: Manchester United (13), Chelsea (4), Arsenal (3), Manchester City (2) and… Blackburn…

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The most stunning fact about Leicester City’s title triumph

Leicester City were crowned Premier League champions for the first time in their club’s history, after Chelsea held Tottenham to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge on Monday. All the Leicester players gathered at Jamie Vardy’s place to watch the Spurs’ game and went crazy when the final whistle blew. Just check the footage here. The Foxes are now seven points clear with only two games remaining, securing the league crown before fixtures against Everton and the Blues. A lot of impressing stats can be put together about the Foxes’ outstanding and…

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Tottenham won’t even sell Dele Alli for ridiculous fee, in talks with Belgian striker

Tottenham gave away a two-goal lead at Stamford Bridge to draw 2-2 against Chelsea, handing Leicester City the Premier League title in the process. It was a huge disappointment for the Spurs, who received a record nine yellow cards during a frustrating game that saw them lose every chance at winning their first title since 1961. Still, Tottenham can look back on one hell of a season, as they are still ranked second in the league table and will finally play Champions League football next season. If the Spurs want to…

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The silly rule why not every Leicester City player will be awarded with a championship medal

Leicester City secured their first ever Premier League title as Tottenham drew 2-2 at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea, giving away a two-goal lead. The Foxes are now seven points clear at the top of the league table with only two games remaining. Leicester will host Everton next weekend, while heading to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on the final matchday. Those two fixtures will only be a formality for Leicester, who pulled off the impossible after narrowly avoiding relegation last season and keeping the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and…

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ICYMI: Leicester players go nuts at Jamie Vardy’s place after winning the Premier League [Video]

Historic. Legendary. Unbelievable. Leicester City have won their first ever Premier League title in the club’s history, as Tottenham drew 2-2 at Chelsea. The Foxes are now seven points clear with only two games remaining, securing the league crown before fixtures against Everton and the Blues. All the Leicester players gathered at Jamie Vardy’s place to watch the Spurs’ game and went crazy when the final whistle blew. Just check the footage below: Jamie Vardy had a party 🎉 We were there 🙋 #havingapartyhttps://t.co/aaNmYBeafF — Leicester City (@LCFC) 2 mei…

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Best bits from Twitter about Leicester City’s title triumph

Leicester City were crowned Premier League champions last night after Chelsea held Tottenham to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge. The result sparked wide celebrations among the players and the fans of the players. Here are some of the best bits from Twitter. Jamie Vardy was having a party at his home as all Leicester players gathered to watch the game. The result sparked euphoric celebrations among the players. Jamie Vardy had a party 🎉 We were there 🙋 #havingapartyhttps://t.co/aaNmYBeafF — Leicester City (@LCFC) May 2, 2016 Jamie Vardy’s house…

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ESPN declares the Premier League has been won by…Tottenham! [Video]

By drawing 2-2 at Chelsea, Tottenham handed Leicester City their first Premier League title in the club’s history. However, at ESPN not everyone was aware of this historic fact… Painful mistake! Proof that ESPN is run by douchebags. pic.twitter.com/EwAPF4V0xp — 6th Man (@blondebutters) 2 mei 2016

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Manchester City have beaten Manchester United in the pursuit of La Liga star defender

Manchester City are set to complete a £39.2 million move for Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte, according to Daily Mail. Incoming City manager Pep Guardiola has identified the French star as one of the players who can improve the club’s defence next season. Laporte has a £39.2 million release clause in his contract with the Basque club and Guardiola has urged the City board to ensure that the France U-21 plays at the Etihad Stadium next season. The 21-year-old, who has been ruled out for six months after breaking his…

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Bundesliga club set to offer a way out to struggling Arsenal star

Arsenal frontman Olivier Giroud has been struggling with his form at the North London club. The French striker’s last league goal came in the 3-3 draw with Liverpool in January, and he has now gone 15 games without scoring in the Premier League. The 29-year-old has attracted severe criticism from the fans due to his poor form and has been a subject of boos during games at the Emirates Stadium. However, the struggling striker is still not short of suitors in the transfer market and could be given a way out…

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Brazilian superstar predicts Diego Simeone’s next destination

Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is one of the most sought-after managers in the football world at the moment. The Argentine manager has turned Atletico Madrid into a European powerhouse since his arrival and has led them to a La Liga title and a Champions League final during his time with the club. Atletico are again involved in the title race this season and are just one game away from entering the final of the Champions League for a second time during his coaching spell. His achievements at the La…

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ICYMI: All the scuffles from an “historic” Chelsea – Tottenham

There were some very shameful scenes on display as Chelsea came back from a two-goal deficit to hold Tottenham to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge last night. The Spurs needed to win the game to keep their title bid on track and there were tempers boiling all over the pitch. Referee Mark Clattenburg had to dish out 12 yellow cards (nine for Spurs and thre for Chelsea) during the game and it was only a miracle that no player was sent off during the game. Tottenham Hotspur become the…

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