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Macintosh: Who can stop Chelsea?

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Blues target an unbeaten season

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 By Michael Cox
16 hours ago

Angel Di Maria and Juan Mata set for reunion with Mourinho

Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United can still win a Premier League title. The ESPN FC panel think otherwise.

Manchester United have broken their record transfer fee twice in 2014, with vastly different levels of success. Juan Mata has rarely sparkled since his 37.1 million-pound move from Chelsea in January, but Angel Di Maria has been in impressive form, having been signed for 59.7 million pounds in the summer. Jose Mourinho, who visits Old Trafford with Chelsea this weekend, might have predicted how things would go.

Mourinho, of course, has coached both, and his perception of the duo tallies closely...

19 hours ago

Flawlessly constructed Chelsea confident ahead of Man United match

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa and Loic Remy are expected to miss their match against Manchester United.

If you were looking for reasons Chelsea won't win the title, their midweek clash with Maribor was not a good place to start the search. It wasn't the scoreline that should chill the rest of the Premier League, it was the manner in which it was secured.

Chelsea aren't just a good team, they're a driven team. They are fully committed, utterly professional and they have very few weaknesses. Manchester United supporters should be rather concerned ahead of this weekend's big game.

Maribor, of course,...

22 hours ago

Man Utd's failure to land Fabregas signals shift in balance of power

Cesc Fabregas could have had a similar impact at Old Trafford, had he joined.

It was in the middle of July in 2013 and a flight was suddenly required to transport Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward back from Australia to England. "Urgent transfer business" was the designated reason and, a few days later, it became clear why, as Cesc Fabregas was duly announced as United's record signing.

Woodward and David Moyes had demonstrated that the club's pulling power remained intact despite the departures of David Gill and Sir Alex Ferguson. The new manager looked...

 By Mark Worrall
2 days ago

Eden Hazard leads Chelsea's charge in Maribor rout

Chelsea win their 6th straight in all competitions by pummeling Maribor at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea thumped Maribor 6-0 at Stamford Bridge to record their best ever victory in the Champions League. Blues supporters who braved the blustery weather to attend the game were treated to an outstanding display of exhibition football, which saw the Slovenian side quite literally blown away.

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The home side created sufficient chances to have doubled the final score and were superior in every area of the pitch from the first minute to the last. Loic Remy opened the scoring with a finely taken...

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2 days ago

Three points: Chelsea run riot over NK Maribor in Champions League

Didier Drogba scores a penalty against NK Maribor that will make some fans reminisce of his Champions League-winning finish in Munich.

LONDON -- Three observations on Chelsea's 6-0 win over NK Maribor at Stamford Bridge.

1. Blues cruising through

As Champions League goals flew in across Europe, Chelsea did their bit for London. Maribor were not expected to be much of a challenge, but were brushed aside by a consummately professional performance that takes Chelsea into a command of Group G that they cannot now be expected to relinquish.

This was their biggest win in their 15 years of Champions League football. Win in Slovenia in...

 By Phil Lythell
3 days ago

Mourinho must guard against complacency against Maribor minnows

Jose Mourinho and Nemanja Matic spoke on Monday ahead of Chelsea's Champions League tie with Maribor at Stamford Bridge on Tueday.

Following an impressive victory in the weekend's turbulent London derby at a raucous Selhurst Park in which Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock characteristically lost all perspective in his myopic post-match analysis, Chelsea return to the more sophisticated environs of the Champions League.

Next up for the Blues are Slovenian champions Maribor, though while they might not be the one of the more famous names in European football, they should certainly not be taken lightly. Tuesday night's fixture...