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AC Milan give internationals most playing time in Europe, study says

Chelsea give the most minutes to internationals than any other team in the Premier League, where the percentage of minutes played by capped players are higher than other major European leagues.

AC Milan give 99.4 percent of all minutes in Serie A to full internationals, the most of any team in Europe's biggest leagues, according to a study by the CIES Football Observatory.

The study looked at how much league playing time in Italy, England, Spain, France and Germany was performed by players who have already been capped by their national teams.

Milan's number was the highest amongst top-flight clubs, just edging Chelsea at 98.2 percent and Borussia Dortmund at 98.1 percent. Thirteen...

 By PA Sport

Clarke Carlisle admits drink-driving offence, failing to provide sample

Clarke Carlisle is the former Professional Footballers' Association chairman.

Former Burnley captain Clarke Carlisle has pleaded guilty to a drink-driving offence.

The 35-year-old, still bearing the facial scars from his Dec. 22 suicide attempt in a crash which left him in a coma until mid-January, spoke clearly as he stood in the dock at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court in North London.

The ex-Professional Footballers' Association chairman, who also played for Leeds and Queens Park Rangers, admitted to failing to provide a sample on Dec. 20.

He also pleaded guilty to a...

Burnley get outclassed by a talented Southampton side in 2-0 loss

Southampton recovered from what looked to be a serious injury to goalkeeper Fraser Forster to defeat Burnley 2-0 and remain in the hunt for a Premier League top-four finish.
Burnley need Danny Ings to get back to scoring again if they have any hope of staying in the Premier League.

Sometimes in football the reason for a result is really quite simple, one team is just much better than the other. That was the case at St Mary's on Saturday as Southampton swept aside a scrappy Burnley side with ease and the result never in doubt after Shane Long put the hosts in front.

Sean Dyche's men matched Southampton for most of the first half but as soon as an unmarked Long opened the scoring it looked like a long road back for Burnley. When skipper Jason Shackell's unlucky own goal doubled...