Sport Vincent Kompany holds the Premier League title aloft after Manchester City's win over West Ham

Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club

Exclusive: City's grumblers are there for work not holidays, says Sven

Former Eastlands manager tells Balotelli and Tevez there's 'nothing wrong with Manchester'

Konchesky joins forces again with the wily old fox Sven

Eriksson has signed an entire defensive unit to safeguard Leicester City's Premier League ambitions and one of his old England favourites fits the bill perfectly

Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson joins Leicester on loan

Michael Johnson has signed for Leicester City on a season-long loan deal from Manchester City, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed.

Museums slash staff and opening hours after 'devastating' cuts

Of the 140 museums surveyed, 22 per cent are reducing their opening hours, and 30 per cent are cutting education staff

Leicester agree deal for Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky

Liverpool have agreed a deal to sell defender Paul Konchesky to npower Championship side Leicester.

Leicester interested in Owen Hargreaves following 'fitness video'

Leicester City manager Sven Goran Eriksson is considering signing Owen Hargreaves after seeing clips of the former England and Manchester United midfielder proving his fitness on YouTube.

Leicester sign Neil Danns

Leicester have completed the signing of midfielder Neil Danns.

Being Modern: Flashmobs

Everyone loves a mob, don't they? Well, maybe not a lynch mob. And the Mafia are kinda scary. But, ooh, that feeling of belonging if you're actually part of a mob – even the undead love it, as we saw last week in Leicester city centre. It makes you feel wanted, doesn't it?

No plan to tackle zombies says council

A city council has been forced to admit it has no plans to deal with a zombie invasion.

Choice of GP cuts emergency admissions

Patients who see the GP of their choice at their doctor's surgery are less likely to go to hospital as an emergency admission, a new study has found.

Leicester line up Real Madrid warm-up game

Leicester City have arranged a pre-season friendly against Real Madrid. The nine-time European champions will visit the Walkers Stadium on 30 July, one week before the new Championship campaign begins, in what will be their only fixture in the UK this summer.

Weale's howler revives Forest play-off hopes

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Poles apart: how fans of Poznan inspired City's unlikely dance craze

Terrace spectacle sparked by supporters' love of the bizarre and an unforgettable visit by Polish champions

Paul Newman: McDermott's long wait delivers rapid rise for Reading

The Reading manager had been at the club for nearly 10 years before he was made manager in December 2009
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