The English Football Association has charged Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini and Leicester defender Robert Huth with violent conduct after they clashed during a Premier League game at the weekend.
The Italian premier called it "insane." The country's national sports newspaper called him "King Claudio." Even the Vatican newspaper, l'Osservatore Romano, weighed in with a comparison to King Richard III.
Leicester City players crowded around a television inside the house of teammate Jamie Vardy, locked arm in arm, watching the action 100 miles away. And when the final whistle blew at Stamford Bridge, they raised their arms in triumph. One of the greatest sporting achievements in English history was complete.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo's chances of facing Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals on Wednesday were boosted as he returned to full training, having missed three consecutive games because of an injury to his right leg.
Five Rolex watches valued at $35,000 were stolen from a jewelry store in Montecito last month, and authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying the thieves. According to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, two men entered Silverhorn, inside the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore on Channel Drive, around 3 p.m. March 29, 2016. One of the men distracted a clerk while the other broke a display cabinet and took the five watches. They then ran out of the hotel and into a waiting silver Hyundai Santa Fe, and the female driver sped away north on Olive Mill Road. The thieves, who have not been identified, were caught on surveillance video. Anyone who recognizes the people in the video or who has information about the robbery should call the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office at 805-681-4150; to leave an anonymous tip, call 805-681-4171.
Courtesy of Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
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