IT is fitting that TV programme 'Made In Chelsea' portrays life where you don't really know what is true and what is not.
We do this every summer: The European season ends and American soccer fans try to predict the next great European star to come over to - seriously, if there aren't any European games to watch this summer it's worth a look - it's fair to wonder who the next megastar will be in the post-David Beckham era of This year may be different, however.
Europe's elite club competition reaches it's climax at Wembley with Germany's top-two sides going head-to-head. Bayern Munich go in as odds-on favourites in 90 minutes but Jorgen Klopp's Dortmund have already dumped out Real Madrid and are 7/4 to lift the trophy.
It has been widely reported that Jose Mourinho is set to return to Chelsea in the near future, but Matt Stanger ponders whether this is really a good thing for the Blues and the PL... Pros Mourinho should make Chelsea genuine title challengers again It goes without saying that, in terms of being restored to the title race, Mourinho's return would ... (more)
Jose Mourinho, the once and former manager of Chelsea, is heading back to Stamford Bridge this summer, at least according to a report in the English press.
After a 69 game slog of a season which has taken Chelsea to Japan, Romania, Russia and plenty of other places, they take on Premier League rivals Manchester City twice in two days - in America.
Neymar's transfer to somewhere in Europe appears imminent. According to reports in Spain and Brazil, the 21-year-old has already reached a deal to join Barcelona after he plays for Brazil in the FIFA Confederations Cup next month.
The Mail reports Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid would consider making a move for if he becomes available in the summer, with Chelsea looking to make a profit on the 21 million they paid for the Brazil international in 2011.
Gary Cahill, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole to return from USA early to feature against Republic of Ireland and Brazil Gary Cahill has confirmed that Chelsea's England trio will leave their post-season tour of the United States after tomorrow's friendly with Manchester City to join up with the National team.
It was an opportunity that Rafael Benitez could not turn down. The Spanish manager had to put his allegiance to Liverpool , Chelsea 's bitter rivals, to one side in order to grasp the chance at furthering his career.
No Alex Ferguson. No Roberto Mancini. The expected return of Jose Mourinho. The likely influx of more world-class players on the back of a bumper new TV deal.
Intensely irritating to some, hugely entertaining to others, the outspoken and colourful Jose Mourinho has proven time and again that success is never far from his golden touch.
Jack Wilshere has revealed the new England kit with the help of a student at his old school in Hertfordshire.
The 34-year-old has won every honour in the club game with Chelsea, including the Europa League last week, yet international silverware remains elusive after 28 goals in 95 England appearances since his debut in 1999.
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