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11 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
It's ridiculous they farmed out Courtois and Lukaku PLUS England's Group of Death, match-fixing, predictions and more Jose Mourinho admitted Chelsea were "in trouble" after losing at Stoke last weekend - and, if he hasn't worked it out yet, let me tell him why.
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14 hrs ago | Daily Mail
'Who you calling done? You think I'm done? I'm not done,' Cole says, confronting the camera before reeling off a list of his achievements - without even mentioning the Champions League, Europa League and three Community Shields.
18 hrs ago | Daily Mail
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22 hrs ago | Football.co.uk
It's now less than three weeks until the January window opens, the time when managers can make their last alterations to their squads before May. This year's Premier League has been spectacular and with it being so tight I'd expect plenty of movement in January as four teams have a realistic chance of winning the title.
The home side got back to winning ways against the below-par Romanians, who failed to test the defence which has irked manager Jose Mourinho in recent matches Chelsea finished top of their Champions League group thanks to a 1-0 victory against Steaua Bucharest at Stamford Bridge.
If you earned A 170,000 a week - an annual salary of over eight million - would you still pop into Poundworld for a bargain or two? Chelsea captain John Terry does, as it turns out.
It might sound funny but Jose Mourinho was scathing when he said that even the training dummies could score against Chelsea at the minute.
Chelsea are looking ahead to their final game in Champions League Group E, having already qualified for the last 16. Jose made it clear when he took charge in June that dropping into the Europa League for a second consecutive season would not be an acceptable result for his team.
The La Liga champions tracked the Brazilian international throughout the summer, however saw attempts to bring him to the Camp Nou fail over a dispute with Chelsea over the transfer fee.
Next up it's title-chasing Chelsea under the microscope... They require both lots and not much at the same time.
Didier Drogba has revealed how he almost tried a cheeky Panenka-style chip with his decisive penalty kick in the Champions League final.
Jose Mourinho fears Chelsea lack the firepower to be Barclays Premier League champions and are saddled with a strikeforce inferior to those of all their title rivals.
That can only mean the transfer rumour mill is beginning to gain impetus. The newspaper speculation has not let us down.
Former World Cup footballer Ray Wilkins believes England's ability to cope defensively in the World Cup in their 'Group of Death' against Italy and Uruguay, depends on one man: John Terry.