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Chelsea support surges in SE Asia

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Chelsea on cusp of a generational shift amongst fans in Southeast Asia

Amir Mirza, centre, Gerald Sim, left, and Zikry Azahar are among the new generation of Chelsea fans in Singapore.

Singaporeans Jayden Goh, 9, and Amir Mirza, 12, are young fans of the English Premier League. But they do not support Liverpool or Manchester United like their respective fathers. The duo have been passionate Chelsea supporters from the age of seven.

Jayden is an ardent admirer of playmaker Eden Hazard whom he wants to emulate when he grows up. Amir is still in awe of Frank Lampard, even though the veteran midfielder has since moved to Manchester City. And, with Chelsea on course for their fourth...

 By Mark Worrall

Terry's extension at Chelsea should boost Mourinho's ambitions

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.
The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
Chelsea legend John Terry has looked ageless this season, helping his club win the Capital One Cup. He could get his 14th trophy if the club holds on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea announced on Thursday that centre-back John Terry has signed a new one-year contract extension that will keep him with the club till the end of next season. The decision was met with delight by the club, the player and Blues supporters.

Mindful of the bitterness associated with the departure last year of all time record goal-scorer Frank Lampard, fans of the London club will be as relieved as they are happy that Terry, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" is to remain at Chelsea.

Terry,...

 By Phil Lythell

Eden Hazard should win Player of the Year awards by a landslide

The ESPN FC crew react to Chelsea forward Eden Hazard's latest comments about his side's elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

Now that the flowers are starting to bloom and leaves returning to the trees, it is almost time for the big prizes to be handed out. One has already been allocated, of course, with the Capital One Cup now residing at Stamford Bridge but the Premier League and FA Cup are still being pursued. Although another visit to Wembley is out of the question this campaign, there is a significant chance that the title might also be returning to West London.

The other accolades still in the offing are the individual...

 By Phil Lythell

Cech exit from Chelsea must be done respectfully and strategically

The Spanish Football Federation have confirmed Chelsea's Diego Costa will miss Spain's upcoming internationals with a hamstring injury.

Nothing has been announced, but goalkeeper Petr Cech has all but confirmed that he will be leaving Chelsea FC for pastures new once the current season has drawn to a close. An interview published in a newspaper from his native Czech Republic on Tuesday made it clear for the first time that he is not prepared to spend another season as an understudy to Thibaut Courtois, heavily suggesting that his association with the West London club is in its final throes after 11 incredibly successful seasons...

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Arsenal mull Chris Smalling move, Man City and Chelsea eye Felipe Anderson

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein gives his take on whether or not Julian Green will be loaned to a club in the Premier League.
Chris Smalling, left, has reportedly drawn transfer interest from Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread.

Wenger could swoop for Smalling

One reason Manchester United find themselves firmly entrenched in the top-four battle has been the play of Chris Smalling. He has been a terror at the back and has contributed some well-timed goals off set pieces along the way, too.

Apparently his play has been noticed down London way by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. The Mirror is reporting that the Gunners are trying...

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Chelsea aren't a great team, and winning Prem won't change that

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says his team should have secured more points in the Premier League by now, and the title race would have been over.

Chelsea are the best team in English football, nailed on to repeat Manchester City's feat last season of following a League Cup with the Premier League trophy. Their fans can and will celebrate a first title in five years. Their team may yet finish the campaign with just two defeats to their name.

Manager Jose Mourinho will be requiring a new timepiece this summer, to follow his habit of commemorating success by putting that season's wristwatch into a safe box. His team have led the rest since Aug....