The Offside Daily – Chelsea star asked for selfie with referee, Arsenal fans tear down banner and Patrick Vieira to Newcastle United?


10 of the biggest football stories of the day:

1. Three Leicester City players have apologised for their involvement in an unsavoury and racist video during clubs tour of Thailand.

2. Dutchman Marinus Diykhuizen appointed head coach of Championship side Brentford.

3. Heavy violence marred Motherwell’s Championship play-off win over Rangers, with three sent-off after the final whistle.

4. Patrick Vieira surprisingly tops the shortlist for Newcastle United Head Coach role.

5. Theo Walcott says Arsenal must focus on the Premiership title next season following their FA Cup win.

6. The highs, the lows, and the other things, it’s the 2014/15 Season in review. (BBC Sport)

7. A Cesc Fabregas banner at the Emirates Stadium has been torn down by fans. (Mirror)

8. Oh Dear Deirdre…An Aston Villa fan writes to agony aunt about naming his unborn son.  (Metro)

9. Thai referee asks Eden Hazard selfie…some people are not so pleased. (Mirror)

10. Here are some stunning goals from previous Women’s World Cups. (BBC Sport)

5 Transfer Rumours that won’t go away:

1, Moses Odubajo – Brentford to Everton – Undisclosed

2, Danny Ings – Burnley to Liverpoo l- Undisclosed

3, Radamal Falcao – Monaco to Chelsea – Undisclosed

4, Dante – Bayern Munich to Manchester United – Undisclosed

5, Abdul Rhaman Baba – Augsburg to Chelsea – £11m

Today’s Offside Daily is brought to you by Chris Horricks.

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