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Jose Mourinho charged: The Man United boss' disciplinary record

Stewart Robson feels Jose Mourinho must return to the basics and get back to what made him a successful manager.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Jose Mourinho may have lost some confidence after the first month of the season.
Craig Burley steams up at the wretched state Jose Mourinho and Manchester United currently find themselves in.

On Thursday, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was charged with misconduct by the English Football Association (FA).

Here, ESPN FC looks back at some of Mourinho's previous disciplinary indiscretions.

Feb. 23, 2005: Mourinho claimed he saw Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard speaking to referee Anders Frisk at half-time of Chelsea's Champions League round-of-16 first-leg loss at the Camp Nou. He received a £8,900 fine and a two-match touchline ban.

Feb. 20, 2010: Mourinho made a handcuffs...

 By Mark Worrall

John Terry's era might be over after poor display for Chelsea vs. West Ham

John Terry showed his rust in playing a part in both West Ham goals.

Chelsea were knocked out of the EFL Cup by a well-drilled West Ham United side, losing 2-1 at the London Stadium. An inspired Cheikhou Kouyate header gave the Hammers an early first-half lead, and when Edimilson Fernandes rifled the ball home shortly after the break to double the home side's advantage, the writing was on the wall for the visitors.

Gary Cahill pulled once back for the Blues with the game deep into injury time, but it wasn't enough to change the course of events for Antonio Conte's...

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John Terry, Chelsea tortured by lively West Ham attack in EFL Cup loss

The ESPN FC crew question Antonio Conte's squad selection in their 2-1 EFL Cup defeat at rivals West Ham.

LONDON, England--Three points from London Stadium as West Ham defeated Chelsea 2-1 in the EFL Cup.

Hammers thrill London Stadium at last

West Ham delivered their best football so far at the London Stadium and a treasured victory over their London rivals. Evening games in cup competitions used to bring the best out of the old Boleyn Ground, and perhaps it will be like that in Stratford, though questions about the new place's ability to cope with big-match occasions will be raised after outbreaks...

 By Chris Wright

Chelsea hail Nathaniel Chalobah's double nutmeg against Man United

Still basking in the afterglow of their 4-0 mauling of Manchester United, Chelsea took the opportunity to further revel in the result with a timely Instagram post.

Indeed, the Blues took time to hail the silky footwork of Nathaniel Chalobah, who came on in the second half and promptly set about taking out two opponents with a brazen double nutmeg.

Nathaniel @chalobah's double nutmeg against Manchester United! �� #CFC #Chelsea

A video posted by Chelsea FC - Official (@chelseafc)...

 By David Amoyal

Rumours rated: Thiago Silva to stay at PSG, but is Cesc Fabregas off to Milan?

It's back! ESPN FC's Stewart Robson dissects the latest rumours from the transfer market.

There's a lot of talk and speculation, but when it comes to transfers, how do you separate fact from fiction? David Amoyal looks at some of the current rumours and predicts how likely it is that the proposed moves will actually happen.

Thiago Silva to leave PSG: 10 percent

Despite numerous reports that the Brazilian defender's contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires next June, Gianluca Di Marzio reported that it runs through the end of the 2017-18 season. Silva does have an option to leave...

 By Phil Lythell

Eden Hazard unleashed in free-flowing Chelsea attack with plenty of promise

Antonio Conte says he knows West Ham all too well, especially Angelo Obgonna and Simone Zaza.
Antonio Conte says the sideline enthusiasm he showed on Sunday vs. Man United is nothing new.

There were so many pleasing aspects to Chelsea's display in their 4-0 evisceration of Manchester United on Sunday that it seems unfair to single out one. But perhaps the most thrilling element of the match was the way in which the home side attacked their opponents with pace and precision.

Although Jose Mourinho, the chastened and grumbling United manager, might have suggested that Chelsea relied on a deep-lying defence and counterattacking football to secure the three points, his comments merely...