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Jose Mourinho's Chelsea changes and choices make title win satisfying

Eden Hazard's header following a saved penalty was enough to secure Chelsea's fourth Premier League title.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Chelsea were far better than the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City after being crowned 2015 Premier League champions.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Chelsea were far better than the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City after being crowned 2015 Premier League champions.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley joins SportsCenter to discuss Chelsea's dominating title win.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.

It was around this time two years ago that Chelsea and Jose Mourinho began plotting his return to Stamford Bridge.

It was a telegraphed return. His Real Madrid experience was coming to an end amid acrimony and accusations, and the fact that he had three years left on his deal at the Bernabeu wasn't worth, for either side, the paper it was written on. Meanwhile, Chelsea's own manager, Rafa Benitez, was due to leave Stamford Bridge in a few weeks.

From the earliest meetings between Chelsea and Mourinho,...

Hazard the hero as Chelsea clinch the Premier League title

Eden Hazard's header following a saved penalty was enough to secure Chelsea's fourth Premier League title.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Chelsea were far better than the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City after being crowned 2015 Premier League champions.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Chelsea were far better than the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City after being crowned 2015 Premier League champions.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley joins SportsCenter to discuss Chelsea's dominating title win.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.

LONDON -- Three points on Chelsea's Premier League-clinching 1-0 win vs. Crystal Palace.

1. Hazard inspires Chelsea's title clinch

It ended as it had gone on for so long: in a well-stage-managed procession. Eden Hazard headed home to finally confirm what has been long known: Chelsea are the 2014-15 Premier League champions.

In that, Sunday's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace was much like the title race itself. Jose Mourinho's side got a sufficiently early lead, and never looked like letting it slip. There...

 By PA Sport

John Terry hits back at Rafael Benitez after Chelsea's title win

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Chelsea were far better than the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City after being crowned 2015 Premier League champions.

John Terry has said his contribution to Chelsea's Premier League title win proves Rafael Benitez was wrong about him.

Chelsea secured their first league title in five years as they beat Crystal Palace 1-0 thanks to Eden Hazard's first-half goal.

Terry, 34, has played every minute of their top-flight campaign, after two seasons ago Chelsea's interim manager Rafael Benitez said he could not guarantee the centre-back a place in the side.

Speaking on Sunday, Terry told Sky Sports: "One person...

 By Kevin Palmer

Arsene Wenger responds to Thierry Henry remarks about transfer needs

While winning the Premier League is now out of reach for Arsene Wenger's side, Arsenal will now search to finish their season strong against Hull City in hopes of keeping pace with second-place Manchester City.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted he will not look to make major changes to his squad in this summer's transfer window, as he believes he has already assembled a set of players ready to challenge for the game's top honours.

Wenger's side have been showing sparkling form in 2015 and are vying with Manchester City to finish second in this season's Premier League. Yet Gunners fans may have been hoping that the promise of recent weeks will be backed up by a couple of big-name signings ahead of...