Euro 2016: How the title race can inspire England to glory

What a season it has been. Two complete outsiders have battled it out for Premier League glory this season and it has been a joy to behold watching English stars leading from the forefront for their clubs.
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Leicester City: Football rejects to Premier League winners

The unbelievable story of Leicester City finally had it’s fairytale ending as they were crowned Premier League champions. The Foxes have defied all odds and logic this season and they have it with one of the smallest squads in the league and have used the fewest players. Their team is full of cast-offs, rejects, and bargain buys looking for a second chance in the game. Now, they are Premier League winners.
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Premier League: Leicester City crowned champions

Leicester City have completed the biggest shock in sporting history after being crowned Premier League champions. The Foxes narrowly avoided relegation last season but Claudio Ranieri has transformed the side into title winners, after starting the campaign 5000-1 outsiders to finish top.
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Euro 2016: Hodgson's England striker dilemma

Euro 2016 is fast approaching and as the season draws to a close, Roy Hodgson has a few selection headaches to solve before he leads his England side in France this summer. Suddenly, England have a wealth of options in attack and there is set to be some big names who miss out.
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Europa League: Liverpool dealt cruel blow

Liverpool were dealt a blow to their Europa League credentials after a 1-0 defeat to Villarreal at the El Madrigal in the first leg of their semi-final last night. A stoppage time Adrian Lopez strike was a cruel ending for Jurgen Klopp and his men who until the 91st minute appeared to be taking a goalless draw back to Anfield.
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Aston Villa: European nights to relegation dogfights

Football is a funny old game. Take you back seven years and Aston Villa were rubbing shoulders in the UEFA Cup with Ajax and Hamburg among the visiting fans to a sell-out Villa Park. However, Come next season, the likes of Rotherham United and Brentford could be their midweek visitors as the boys in claret and blue look to stem the toxic tide that passes through the club as they are relegated for the first time in their history.
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Euro 2016: Lens city guide

The small northern city of Lens will host England’s second Group Stage match versus Wales at this summer’s Euro 2016 along with two other Group Stage matches and Last 16 tie.
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Euro 2016: Lille city guide

Lille is well renowned for its friendliness and strong cultural and architectural links. Located in northern France, Lille has a large university population and is a city based on Flemish influences due to its close proximity to the Belgian border. The city bases itself on its 17th century architecture which can be seen across the city, especially in the city centre and Grand Place which homes the iconic war memorial in a square surrounded by its historic buildings. The city also boasts fantastic transport networks, particularly its railways which make the city somewhat of an international hub. The city is set to host six games throughout Euro 2016 which will include four group matches, followed by a Round of 16 fixture and one of the Quarter Finals.
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Hillsborough: 96 fans 'unlawfully killed'

An inquest into the Hillsborough disaster has found that the 96 fans who were crushed to death were unlawfully killed. The jury at Warrington Crown Court yesterday concluded that failures by the police are what caused the disaster and that the Liverpool fans were not to blame in any way. The families of the victims were finally able to get justice after a 27 year battle since the tragedy at Hillsborough stadium in 1989.
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10 Premier League stars life after football

As another season draws to a close, it is the time when many footballers call time on their careers. Some go into coaching, others into management and a handful into punditry. However, for every Alan Hansen there is a Arjan De Zeeuw, and for every Gary Neville there is a Faustino Asprilla. Football Ticket Pad have compiled a list of the Top 10 Ex-Premier League stars who’s careers took an unexpected turn once they hung up their boots.
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