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Chelsea

 By Mark Worrall

Mourinho's craftiness in full flow as Chelsea prepare for final

ESPN FC's Craig Burley criticises Jose Mourinho's latest comments on a conspiracy against Chelsea.

When it comes to providing opinions on the beautiful game for football lovers to ponder, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been in sparkling form this month. The wall of silence which preceded, and followed, January's Premier League game with Manchester City has been blown away by a gust of effusive banter from the Portuguese that at times threatens to reach hurricane proportions.

Maybe Mourinho is over-compensating for violating Section K of the Premier League handbook during the build-up and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson still wants a piece of Chelsea's Diego Costa

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson is not about to let bygones be bygones.

In last month's League Cup semifinal at Anfield, Henderson and Chelsea's Diego Costa clashed in the tunnel after the 1-1 draw, reportedly pushing each other before being separated by a member of Liverpool's coaching staff. 

Henderson was interviewed by former boxing champion Amir Khan in a promotional video for MaxiNutrition, and the future Liverpool captain says he has not forgotten the Jan. 20 incident.

Asked...

 By Phil Lythell

Jose Mourinho needs a balanced Chelsea midfield in League Cup final

The FA have reduced Nemanja Matic's ban for his sending off in the Premier League to two-matches, meaning the Serbian will miss the League Cup final with Tottenham.

Considering the recent controversies surrounding Chelsea, it's easy to forget that they are actually taking part in a major cup final this coming weekend.

The last couple of weeks have seen some concerning unsavoury incidents involving supporters, inept refereeing performances and the ensuing incomprehensible disciplinary procedures implemented by the Football Association. Sunday's Capital One Cup final with Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley has played the part of footnote to the greater story of the...

Burnley boss Sean Dyche breaks down Jose Mourinho's 'four moments'

ESPN FC's Craig Burley criticises Jose Mourinho's latest comments on a conspiracy against Chelsea.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has hit back at Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's "four moments" claims after the 2-2 draw at the weekend as the club filmed a 10-minute video interview that was published on YouTube on Monday night and was titled "Dyche brings balance to Stamford Bridge events."

Livid Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho had a number of issues in the wake of the game, including suggesting that Ashley Barnes' challenge on Nemanja Matic -- which went unpunished but promoted Matic to shove him and get sent...

 By Phil Lythell

Analysing the factors behind Chelsea's current malaise

The ESPN FC panel weigh on Diego Costa's dive and Nemanja Matic's red card against Burnley.

As Chelsea sit five points clear at the top of the table, look forward to a Capital One Cup final at Wembley Stadium and hold the away goal advantage in their Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain, the club has certainly enjoyed a decent campaign. The Londoners are still in with an excellent shout of claiming three trophies before the season is out and yet there is a growing concern that it might all end in tears.

There is no doubt that to date that they have been the best team in the Premier...

 By Nick Miller

Are Jose Mourinho's complaints about refs backfiring against Chelsea?

The ESPN FC panel weigh on Diego Costa's dive and Nemanja Matic's red card against Burnley.

Jose Mourinho is quite probably the most overanalysed man to have ever been involved in football. Every move is studied, every word leapt upon for hints of the good old mind games.

The thing is, there's a reason for all this attention focused on the Chelsea manager. It's not just because he has been successful basically everywhere he has been, but because every move genuinely appears to be made with some sort of purpose in mind. That purpose could be creating a bunker mentality in his squad, to...