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We know what Downing Street had in mind when it posted a photo on Twitter of the PM holding a phone call with Barack Obama We know what Downing Street had in mind when it posted a photo on Twitter of the PM holding a phone call with Barack Obama: they wanted the public to think he looked like the guy on the other end of the line.
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17 hrs ago | Rediff.com
With second-placed Liverpool having a week off and Arsenal and Manchester City in FA Cup action, all the chasers can do is hope Tottenham Hotspur can end one of the longest jinx's in English football and upset the odds at Stamford Bridge.
19 hrs ago | BleacherReport
A midfielder hailing from Denmark, Middelboe joined the Blues in 1913, becoming the club's inaugural overseas player and thus setting a precedent that has served Chelsea well in the 101 years since.
23 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
PLUS: Former Chelsea playmaker Kevin De Bruyne claims Jose Mourinho blocked a move to Dortmund, while Stoke City are closing in on Croatia striker Ivica Olic Robert Lewandowski of Borussia competes for the ball with Raphael Varane of Real Madrid during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final first leg match between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid at ... (more)
Roy Hodgson says he has a dilemma. He can only take two left-backs to Brazil and he has four.
Modern trains are fitted with toilet tanks, which are pumped out at the depot when they become full, but older rolling stock does not have this.
Before tonight's U21 European Championship qualifier against Belarus, France had five wins from five games and were comfortably strolling through Group 10. Tonight they continued to stroll, but in a negative sense, despite their 15 shots on goal, they couldn't find a way past a stubborn defence.
Barcelona have renewed their interest in Chelsea 's David Luiz with the confirmation that Carles Puyol will leave the Spanish club this summer.
Emmanuel Adebayor 's consistent absence from the Spurs' lineup under former boss Andre Villas-Boas was one of the biggest talking points of the Portuguese's ultimately ill-fated tenure.
Cack handed as ever, resolutely sitting on the fence, the FA - via their appointed commission, has made another fine mess of a disciplinary matter.
Four months on from the 1-0 setback against Germany, Roy Hodgson put a firm block a few weeks back on the idea that John Terry might be recalled from international retirement to steady the gathering worries at the back.
The network executive director of Football Against Racism in Europe, Piara Power, hit out at the FA for inconsistent suspensions in three similar cases West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka was handed a five-match ban and 80,000 fine last week for his controversial 'quenelle' celebration, almost two months to the day after the incident took place.
Yaya Toure is a freak of nature. It feels wrong that he is so big and yet he can have such nimble, happy feet.
The Serbian is looking to open talks over a new contract at Stamford Bridge and is keen to stay but the wealthy French club are monitoring developments.