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Everton fan's generosity means Leicester City supporter will see his side lift the Premier League trophy

John Murray hands over the ticket for the game to Pele Orton and his young son Orlando. Credit: ITV News

A ticketless Leicester supporter will get to see the historic moment his side lift the Premier League trophy - and its all thanks to the generosity of an Evertonian.

John Murray, from Liverpool, drove to the King Power stadium to offer up his tickets for Leicester's last home game this weekend.

John said it's "a once in a lifetime opportunity" for lucky Leicester supporter Pele Orton and his young son Orlando.

Watch the moment Roberto Martinez hands George Shaw his goal of the month award

Watch the moment Roberto Martinez hands nine-year-old George Shaw his goal of the month for January.

Everton fans voted for the nine-year-old's half-time effort against Swansea (below) to win the accolade.

George, who has cerebral palsy, was invited to the game by winger Gerard Deulofeu after a video of him playing football in the Spaniard's shirt went viral.

Pictures and video: Everton Football Club

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Martinez pleased to hear Yarmolenko would choose Everton over Barcelona

Roberto Martinez says it's pleasing to hear one of European football's top talents say he'd rather join Everton than Barcelona.

Ukraine international Andriy Yarmolenko reportedly told Ukrainian news outlet Futbol: 'It is better to play at Everton.'

'Of course you can go to Barcelona, take a cool selfie with [Lionel] Messi, put the images on Instagram and get a million likes and be pleased with yourself.

'But I'm not one of those.

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