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Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has shown off his skills on the drums by uploading his cover version of Believe, by Eddie Stoilow.
The Czech stopper is well-known for his love of rock music and his previously posted himself playing Foo Fighters, amongst others.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has played down Mesut Ozil's trip to a Berlin nightclub, saying the playmaker was only there for half an hour to wish his friend a happy birthday.
It had been reported Ozil spent longer there, less than 24 hours after missing Arsenal's win over Newcastle through illness.
"He went out for half an hour to a birthday for his friend to wish him well," the Arsenal manager said on Thursday morning.
"You can't stop someone wishing happy birthday to a friend!"
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will be fit to face Liverpool on Saturday, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.
The England midfielder played 45 minutes of a friendly against Brentford on Wednesday, his first action this suffering an injury against Manchester United. Although Wilshere is available, Wenger hasn't decided if he will use him, the Frenchman said: "I don't know whether he will be involved yet."
West Ham striker Enner Valencia has explained how he ended up in hospital after a broken cup lacerated his foot.
The Ecuadorian international missed three weeks of action due to the incident, but is expected to be back for this weekend's game with Leicester City.
“Basically, what happened is that about one or two o’clock in the afternoon, a cup that was on the toilet where I kept the toothbrushes and toothpaste fell on the ground and broke,” Valencia told West Ham's official website.
“I picked up the pieces and I didn’t realise I had missed a piece. Then, in the middle of the night I went to the toilet bare-footed and half-asleep and stepped right on it."
Arsene Wenger loves a bargain and could bad in the form of Jose Luis Gaya, who wasn't happy with the figures offered by Valencia.Read the full story ›
Young players on the books of Brighton and Hove Albion will be given sexual consent training.
All young male and female footballers at the Championship club will receive guidance on the law as part of the Protect, Inform and Prevent programme, the BBC said.
A former police officer and psychotherapist will give the training, which will provide a confidential environment to discuss previous encounters and explain when consent can legally be given.
Former Sheffield United striker Ched Evans was convicted of rape in 2012, an incident over which he protests his innocence. Evans tried but failed to return to football in the winter transfer window after serving half his sentence, but was unable to tie down a deal with Oldham due to the circumstances surrounding his conviction.
In 2013, four Brighton players were found not guilty of sexual assault and voyeurism after a 19-year-old woman claimed to have been assaulted at a hotel two years previously.
Raheem Sterling has admitted he could leave Liverpool this summer after contract negotiations between him and the Anfield club have stalledRead the full story ›
Brazil's World Cup stadium in Natal is up for sale as the company that owns it is suffering from cash flow problems following a corruption scandal.
Natal's Dunas arena is being sold by owner Grupo OAS, with the company also trying to sell the 50 percent share it owns of the Fonte Nova arena in Salvador.
The company has struggled for months with the impact of a corruption investigation at state-controlled oil company Petrobras, which undercut the builder's access to financing.
An economic downturn, government austerity and a slumping currency has also taken its toll, leading to Grupo OAS to announce it is selling its stakes in the stadiums and other businesses to focus on the core construction business.