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What traits do Premier League clubs need to possess to win the title?

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets, including whether or not Chelsea are still favourites to defend their Premier League Title.

It was a debate restarted by Thierry Henry, but one that has rumbled on through the summer, not least because Chelsea's title rivals have yet to take the necessary steps in the transfer market to match the champions. Jose Mourinho's side had just fought their way to a 0-0 draw at Arsenal in April to effectively secure the 2014-15 Premier League, so Henry attempted to outline what exactly Arsene Wenger needed to do to reach that level.

"They need a goalkeeper, they still need a centre-back, they...

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Jose Mourinho says Chelsea squad can contend in Europe 'for a decade'

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC Jose Mourinho elaborates on his Champions League ambitions with Chelsea.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says letting Petr Cech go to Arsenal was tough but Thibaut Courtois is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC Jose Mourinho tells Shaka Hislop he was "scared" when Radamel Falcao signed for Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho says his current Chelsea squad is a "a team for a decade" but added that history shows winning the Champions League with the Stamford Bridge club is not something that can be taken for granted.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Mourinho admitted he felt "super happy" when Chelsea won the European Cup in 2012, even though he was Real Madrid manager at the time and still feeling disappointment at being knocked out at the semifinal stage.

"I didn't win with Chelsea but I felt super...

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Chelsea's John Terry 'thrives' on abuse and says rivals actually 'love' him

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on Shaka Hislop being a Jose Mourinho fan, and whether or not Louis van Gaal is going to be sacked in EPL.

Chelsea captain John Terry believes rival clubs would "love" to have him in their side.

Terry, 34, skippered Chelsea to the Premier League title last season, his fourth during his Stamford Bridge career.

Ahead of the 2015-16 campaign, the defender told the Men in Blazers podcast his focus is to continue performing for the Blues, even though he remains the target of booing from opposing fans.

He said: "I'm sure that if I was in their team they would love me in their team because I am one of those...

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: Premier League is much more competitive now

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger says that English clubs have taken on a "different dimension" since his arrival at Arsenal in 1996, and believes that the Premier League is more competitive than ever.

Wenger is now the longest-serving coach in English football's top four tiers as he prepares to take charge of the Gunners for a 20th season, and he says that the game has developed remarkably during his time in North London.

With Arsenal set to face Premier League champions Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday following...

 By David Mooney

Man City Premier League campaign will hinge on defensive improvement

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he expects Raheem Sterling to show he is worth the 49 million pounds the club paid for him, after the forward grabbed another two goals in preseason.

It's understandable that confidence has returned to Manchester City supporters ahead of the 2015-16 season. The disappointments of the previous campaign have been swallowed in a wave of optimism, which began to arrive as the club announced the signings of Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph.

The former seemed to be the answer to offensive problems encountered in Manuel Pellegrini's poor title defence. The side frequently looked like it couldn't break down opponents, and they had an alarming lack of...