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Ron Harris -- Chelsea legend

Chelsea Nov 13, 2014
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 By Rory Smith
22 hours ago

Sorry Jose, you're wrong: Football loves a beautiful loser

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho was pleased his side didn't take it easy on Schalke, thrashing the Germans 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League.

Jose Mourinho has done pretty much everything right this season -- his Chelsea team have built a commanding lead at the summit of the Premier League and qualified with ease for the knockout rounds of the Champions League. They have not lost in 19 games.

Their new signings have settled immediately, seamlessly. They are purring, and as he identified after their mauling of Schalke on Tuesday night, they are playing with an unaccustomed flair at home and away with a capacity to take the breath away.

Mourinho,...

 By Phil Lythell
1 day ago

Player Ratings: Perfect Fabregas caps off Chelsea masterclass at Schalke

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

Chelsea booked their place in the knockout rounds as winners of Group G with a 5-0 hammering of Schalke in Gelsenkirchen.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho showed his determination to guarantee his side's progression before the final group game against Sporting Lisbon by naming an unchanged lineup from the one that dominated West Bromwich Albion at the weekend. The visitors got down to business from the kickoff with Diego Costa stinging the palms of Ralf Fahrmann within the first minute. John Terry...

1 day ago

Three Points: Roberto Di Matteo's Schalke routed by former club Chelsea

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

GELSENKIRCHEN -- In Match Day 5 of Champions League group G, Roberto Di Matteo's present team faced his former one as FC Schalke 04 hosted Chelsea at Veltins-Arena. The former Chelsea manager's German side suffered an embarrassing 5-0 defeat, which also saw the London club secure its place in the round of 16.

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1. Roberto Di Matteo not out for revenge and does not get it

Two years from his last day as the manager of Chelsea FC, the 44-year-old faced the club he led to their first Champions League...

2 days ago

Chelsea offer no respite to old hero Roberto Di Matteo at Schalke

Roberto Di Matteo speaks ahead of Schalke's match against his former club.

What a difference a few centimetres make. That was the margin between Naldo's late header for Wolfsburg at the Veltins Arena on Saturday afternoon hitting the crossbar -- as it did -- or going in, which would have seen Schalke shell a three-goal lead against direct rivals for a Champions League spot.

Instead, after holding on for a 3-2 victory, Roberto Di Matteo can exhale and look back on four home wins out of four since he took charge exactly seven weeks ago. The pause to look at that record is...

 By Mark Worrall
2 days ago

No room for sentiment when Chelsea face Roberto Di Matteo and Schalke

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho lauded his club's great form in a 2-0 victory over West Brom at Stamford Bridge.

Ordinarily, Chelsea's forthcoming Champions League game with Schalke at the Veltins Arena would have struggled to garner much interest in the wider football world. Jose Mourinho's men, unbeaten in all competitions, lead Group G by three points, and victory against the German side, performing modestly the Bundesliga, will ensure qualification to the knockout stage of the competition with a game to spare.

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The recent managerial appointment at Schalke of charismatic Blues legend Roberto Di Matteo, however,...

 By Phil Lythell
4 days ago

Player Ratings: Another game, another goal for scoring machine Costa

Diego Costa was on the score sheet again, as Chelsea comfortably handled West Brom.

Chelsea maintained their imperious start to the season with a comfortable 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge.

The game was effectively over within half an hour with the Blues having raced into a two-goal lead and their superiority was rubber-stamped by the red card shown to Claudio Yacob for a reckless challenge on Diego Costa. Before being on the receiving end of the dangerous tackle, the Spain international had already got on the score sheet, firing home from close range having...