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Mourinho: vardy capable of playing for any premier league major club

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is capable of playing for any of the Premier League's major clubs according to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
Vardy has scored 14 goals so far this season and broke Rudd van Nistelrooy's record by scoring in 11 successive matches, thriving under Claudio Ranieri's counter attacking style.
And Mourinho,

Vardy plays through injuries

Leicester's record-breaking striker Jamie Vardy says he is "getting an injury every week" but is determined not to miss any game time.
The 28-year-old shrugged off a hip problem to score the opening goal in Leicester's 1-1 draw against Manchester United on Saturday.
In the process he became the first player to score in 11 consecutive Premier League matches - breaking the previous record held by Ruud van Nistelrooy.
Vardy now has the opportunity to match Jimmy Dunne's 83-year-old record of scoring in 12 consecutive top-flight games when the Foxes take on Swansea this Saturday.
Vardy was originally a doubt for the fixture after picking up a knock to his left foot against United.
However, he insists he feels fit enough to start the match at the Liberty Stadium.
"I think it's common knowledge now that I'm getting an injury every week," said the England international.
"But I never want to not play. I want to play as many games as I can and help …

The man jamie vardy breaks the record

The Leicester City striker scored in an 11th consecutive game by opening the scoring against Manchester United, the Dutchman's old team, at the King Power Stadium on SaturdayJamie Vardy has broken Ruud van Nistelrooy’s Premier League record by scoring in an 11th consecutive top-flight game.
Vardy broke the record in the 24th minute of Leicester City’s match against Van Nistelrooy’s former club Manchester United to put his side 1-0 up in a top of the table clash.The England striker was picked out by Christian Fuchs on a Foxes break and finished inside the penalty area.Vardy has netted 13 goals on his current run and is the Premier League's top scorer so far this season with 14 goals overall.He was playing non-league football as recently as the 2011-12 season, having worked his way up from the the bottom of the ladder of the English game to earn a £1 million move to Leicester in May 2012.Vardy helped Leicester win the Championship title during the 2013-14 campaign and earned his…

Ruud van Nistelrooy: I would be delighted if vardy breaksthe record, records are there to be broken

Ruud van Nistelrooy has insisted he would be “delighted” if Jamie Vardy breaks his record for scoring in the most consecutive Premier League matches against Manchester United this weekend.Vardy scored for the tenth league game in a row against Newcastle United last week, equalling van Nistelrooy’s record.The Dutchman offered his support for Vardy last week and he reiterated the stance while a guest at the Oxford Union on Tuesday.“I sent him a message of support last weekend on social media and I really meant it. It would be fantastic for him. I really mean it, records are there to be broken,” van Nistelrooy said .“He can score one on Saturday, in fact I hope he does but hopefully United score three and win 3-1! But no, seriously, if he does it, I’ll be delighted for him.’
Van Nistelrooy was a phenomenal striker and Vardy has a long way to go if he wants to match his achievements in the game, even if he does break the record.However, Vardy will have to get past the likes of Chris Small…

Jamie vardy: Non-league players are too readily overlooked

Vardy, who worked in a factory in Sheffield during the early years of his career, told the Mail that players from non-league are too readily overlooked.
"It wasn't nice having to work full-time," he said. "It's a rise that I wouldn't have predicted but it's a good example for younger players of what can be achieved.

Vardy moves wedding date to keep euro dream alive

Leicester forward Jamie Vardy says he has moved his wedding to ensure he is available to play for England at Euro 2016.Vardy, 28, has enjoyed a remarkable rise to prominence since joining Leicester from non-league Fleetwood Town in 2012.
He is the Premier League's leading scorer this season with 12 goals, scoring in his last nine league games, and now appears to be well established in Roy Hodgson's England squad after making his debut in June.He spent the 2012 European Championship on holiday in Greece after sealing his move from Fleetwood, but the former Halifax player is now making plans to play for his country at next summer's finals in France.
"I was due to get married bang on the start of the Euros," Vardy told the Daily Mail. "The missus was on to me to move it. I thought it was fine. Then we moved it just to be on the safe side after I had my first call-up.
"'It was on a weekend, it's now a midweek, which is not ideal for guests, but is j…

Raheem sterling feeling the benefits of his switch to mancity

Raheem Sterling believes Manchester City and England will reap the benefits of his big-money summer move to the Etihad Stadium.
A prolonged episode regarding the 20-year-old's future came to an end in July when he finally left Liverpool and made the move to the Etihad Stadium.
City made Sterling the most expensive English player in history and the forward is confident of repaying the £49 million transfer fee."To go into training every day and see players of that calibre that I am working with, like Vinny [Kompany], Sergio [Aguero], David [Silva], Joe [Hart] -- there's only one thing that you can do and that's improve with players like that," Sterling said, speaking in a news conference for the first time since his summer move."They've been around for many years, achieving stuff for many years. I am just happy to be in a squad like that and hopefully I continue my development and win trophies in the future with my football club."Things look promising…

Jamie vardy,Wenger scoops October Epl awards

Arsenal manager arsene Wenger, has been named manager of the month for October, after leading his team to four straight wins last month.
The Gunners are joint top of the Premier League with Manchester City, after wins over Manchester United, Watford, Everton and Swansea in October.
It is the second manager of the month award Wenger will receive in 2015 and 15th during his career in total.
Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy, was rewarded for his hot streak in front of goal, with the player of the month. The England international netted five times in four games for the Foxes, who claimed three wins in October.
Vardy has now scored in nine consecutive Premier League matches, one short of Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record.

The man Jamie vardy

Jamie Vardy has done it again! Simply incredible!
For the ninth Premier League gameweek running, the 28-year-old striker found the target, as his unbelievable goalscoring record for Leicester continues.
Vardy has now eclipsed the amazing scoring run of Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge in 2014, who had scored in a eight straight games for the Reds.
Only one striker has a better scoring run in the Premier League: Manchester United legend Ruud van Nistelrooy.

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