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The good, the bad and the ugly of the 2012-2013 Premier League...
A. C. Grayling is an English philosopher and founder of independent undergraduate college, New College of the Humanities.
10 hrs ago
James Lawton: Did football's mercenaries learn nothing from our Olympic heroes?
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Mon May 20, 2013
Torres seals third for Chelsea
Fernando Torres scored the winner to allow Rafa Benitez to end with a win as Chelsea beat Everton 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Your EPL player of the year
Another rollicking season of Premier League is over and it's time to re-cap the highs, lows and standouts that will define the season for years to come.
Sun May 19, 2013
International Business Times
Chelsea Vs. Everton: Where To Watch Live Stream, Prediction, Probable Lineups And Preview
Less than four days after the jubilation of their dramatic Europa League triumph, Chelsea can end Rafael Benitez's short reign on a further high note by securing third place in the Premier League with a victory over Everton on Sunday.
The New Zealand Herald
Soccer: Same old story - rich play, grassroots suffer
Swansea's League Cup final success and their style of play were rare bright spots in an ordinary Premier League season.
Even without last-day drama Premier League gives us plenty to chew on | Paul Wilson
Luis SuA rez was eminently watchable - for good and bad reasons - as Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic would agree.
Sat May 18, 2013
Crying Beckham says farewell
PSG fans have taken Beckham and his No.32 shirt to their hearts during his spell at the new French champions.
Fri May 17, 2013
Benfica coach Jesus proud of team
Amsterdam, May 16 : Benfica coach Jorge Jesus was disappointed by the 1-2 loss of his side to Chelsea in the final of the Europa League here but said he was proud of the performance of his players.
Jeff Powell on Friday: I won't shed too many tears for Roberto Mancini and Rafael Benitez
We are being invited to reach for the tissues as Roberto Mancini and Rafa Benitez take their disgruntled leave of Manchester City and Chelsea respectively.
Elementary My Dear Harry You'll probably have seen the quite frankly weird story that appeared on the Sports Direct News site on Wednesday afternoon, linking Newcastle with a bid for Wayne Rooney.
Roy Hodgson faces striking dilemma after recalling Andy Carroll for England friendlies
UNSUNG hero Branislav Ivanovic was the toast of Stamford Bridge last night as he earned Chelsea a second successive European trophy.
FA Announce Five-Game Bans For Racist Abuse
Players found guilty of racist or discriminatory abuse will be banned for a minimum of five matches from next season.
Benitez: Chelsea Will Spend 100m In Summer
Chelsea will underline their desire to win more silverware next season by going on a 100million spending spree, according to Rafael Benitez.
Thu May 16, 2013
Chelsea's Waiter Served Up A Tasty Dish...
For all that talk of falling apart without Robin van Persie, things really have gone okay for Arsenal.
Chelsea latest: Including Lampard signs and Ljajic
After months of uncertainty, Frank Lampard has signed a new one year contract at Chelsea .
Wed May 15, 2013
Paper Talk: Terry, Coentrao, Tevez
It's the time of the year when the off-field rumblings begin to heat up as the season winds down, and Paper Talk has the best offerings up for grabs right here.
The Globe and Mail
Ivanovic goal wins Europa League for Chelsea
Chelsea 's Branislav Ivanovic celebrates his goal against Benfica during their Europa League Final soccer match at the Amsterdam Arena May 15, 2013.
More cup heartache for Terry
Chelsea's John Terry on the pitch ahead of his side's Europa League final match against Benfica at the Amsterdam Arena.
Google+ Hangout: MailOnline Sport's Football Friday debate led by Laura Williamson at Upton Park
London calling: Arsenal's Theo Walcott could be lining up against Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic in an unprecedented Premier League play-off MailOnline Sport's series of Football Friday Google+ Hangouts continues with Laura Williamson leading the discussion ahead of the final weekend of Barclays Premier League fixtures.