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Sports Which Premier League rivals congratulated Leicester on title triumph... and who didn't!

Click through the gallery above to see how Premier League teams reacted to Leicester's title trump. Tottenham were gracious in defeat and sent a congratulatory message after drawing with Chelsea, while former Premier League winners Manchester City also tweeted the new champions. And while many of Leicester's rival's sent their congratulations to the Foxes, some clubs didn't.
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03/05
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Sports Danny Rose: My thoughts on Stamford Bridge bust up after Tottenham and Chelsea draw

People were saying from the bench that he conducted himself like a true gentleman throughout the whole game."He did not want any trouble to be started.".
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03/05
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Sports Manchester United star sends message to Louis van Gaal over position and trophies

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03/05
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Leicester brought to a standstill as thousands turn out to greet Premier League heroes

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03/05
17 Points
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Sports Arsenal hero Ian Wright slams the club's culture after another title failure

Wright said: "Take note, I'd say that this is the perfect time for a selfie!"Wenger has faced criticism for his side's failure to capitalise on what many saw as Arsenal's best chance to win the Premier League in more than a decade, with some fans protesting during their weekend win over Norwich.
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03/05
11 Points
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Sports Arsenal and Tottenham target to have surgery: £18m transfer takes fresh twist

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03/05
8 Points
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Sports Liverpool planning to sell star winger with Arsenal and Tottenham preparing summer moves

“Absolutely not.“Only a few young players can come up, and sometimes they are in the squad, sometimes not.“He's still a brilliant, big, big talent which is very good for English football.
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03/05
8 Points
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Sports Amir Khan hopes to use Leicester's fairytale triumph as inspiration to beat Saul Alvarez

The Bolton-born fighter is moving up two-weight divisions to take on WBC middleweight champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez this Saturday in Las Vegas.Khan, 29, is the huge underdog against the big-punching Mexican.But he will use the fairytale story of 5,000-1 shot Leicester winning the Premier League as inspiration.He said: “I’m seen as the underdog in this fight against Canelo but I feel this is the year of the underdog.“What Leicester City have achieved is absolutely amazing.
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03/05
21 Points
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Sports Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool target Aubameyang reveals where he dreams of playing

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03/05
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Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri fights back tears as he watches message from fans

I'm pleased you have given me this."The Foxes’ fairytale season finally got its happy ending under the floodlights at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea fought back from 0-2 down to End Spur’s title bid. Tottenham’s players collapsed disconsolate on the pitch at the final whistle as the East Midlands club became the first new English champions in four decades.
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03/05
14 Points
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