The Offside Daily – Chelsea star playing hoops, Rangers forced to play Newcastle United players and 1961 plane crash wreck discovered


10 of the biggest football stories of the day:

1. Rangers must play their five Newcastle United loan signings if they are fit according to manager Kenny McDowell.

2. Clarke Carlisle has admitted he tried to commit suicide due to depression.

3. Bolton boss Neil Lennon is angry at ‘rubbish’ referee Roger East after losing 2-1 to Liverpool in the FA Cup.

4. Borussia Dormund players spoke to fans in the stands after another Bundesliga defeat sees the side sit bottom.

5. The FA are to inject £17.7m into national grassroots facilities.

6. Mountaineers have found the plane that crashed in 1961 carrying a number of Chilean footballers. (Standard Media)

7. VIDEO – Check out this bicycle kick from Brazilian Jo (not that Jo). (Telegraph)

8. A Canadian University is offering a course where you study Cristiano Ronaldo. (Metro)

9. Chelsea’s Willian is also a dab hand at Basketball, watch this overhead shot. (Mirror)

10. Look at the delight on Aaron Lennon’s face as he made his loan move to Everton. (Mirror)

Today’s Offside Daily is brought to you by Stuart Dick

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