DIEGO COSTA LIFTS THE LID ON "CRIMINAL" TREATMENT BY CHELSEA AND WHY HE'S LEAVING THE CLUB

Diego Costa is one of those players whom rival fans can’t help but hate. A fiery figure who uses every unsavoury trick in the book to unsettle opponents, Costa nonetheless cuts an affable figure in his bombshell interview with The Daily Mail. The Spaniard was pivotal to Chelsea’s most recent Premier-league/' title='Premier League News'>Premier League triumphs in 2015 …

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