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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
20 hours ago

#FCdebate -- Can Chelsea go unbeaten in the Premier League?

The FC TV panel disagree on Chelsea's prospects. What do you think? Vote now!

After 12 games of the Premier League season, Chelsea have a six-point lead at the top having dropped just four points to date.

Indeed, so dominant have Jose Mourinho's men been that discussions regarding whether or not they will win the title are being replaced by debates as to whether they can emulate Arsenal's "Invincibles," who went unbeaten throughout the 2003-04 campaign.

Can Chelsea finish the Premier League season unbeaten?

It's a tall order, of course, to avoid defeat for 38 games but Chelsea have already played at -- and not been beaten by...

10 hours ago

Managers' special: Wenger's big plan, Pellegrini in waiting, Mou 'no' to Messi

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he does not have any concerns about Jack Wilshere's long-term future in the game, despite his latest ankle injury ruling him out for the next three months.
Jose Mourinho, Manuel Pellegrini and Arsene Wenger are all in the latest transfer columns for the same reasons: the January window is looming and it's time to shore up squads for 2015.

With just over a month to go until the transfer window opens, the chatter and gossip continues. Today's Transfer Talk awaits...

"At least one" recruit for Wenger

It wouldn't be Black Friday weekend without a calamitous supermarket reference. Arsene Wenger does the honours, insisting signing top-quality players isn't as simple as picking up a solid defensive reinforcement fresh off the shelf.

Still, the Gunners boss has revealed he is targeting "at least one" new face in January, with his midfield...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
1 day ago

Participating is the focus for English clubs in the Champions League

Matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League saw Messi shatter the goal record, Aguero save City and Zlatan's triumphant return.

Three wins and a draw: a much better week for English clubs in the Champions League than of late. Chelsea soared at Schalke, Manchester City were saved by the genius of Sergio Aguero, Arsenal tamed a tormentor in Borussia Dortmund, leaving only Liverpool to concede a late equaliser to Ludogorets.

"I was disappointed in the goal at the end but it's irrelevant," said Brendan Rodgers. A draw did not change Liverpool's task for their final match -- beating Basel was required, anyway.

Two through (Chelsea...

 By Mark Worrall
1 day ago

Fearsome Chelsea believe they can inflict record damage on Sunderland

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.

Following an emphatic 5-0 midweek Champions League victory against Schalke which guaranteed progress to the knockout phase of the competition, Chelsea return to Premier League action this weekend seeking to underline their status as title favourites.

Ordinarily, a trip to the Stadium of Light to face a Sunderland side who have managed just two wins all season and whose form can at best be described as erratic would hold few fears for the Blues, who are riding the crest of a record-breaking unbeaten...

1 day ago

John Terry making serious bid for the player of the year awards

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.
With Chelsea's wealth of attacking options, it's easy to overlook the stellar performances of John Terry at the back.

Having eviscerated Schalke in their own stadium this week, Chelsea once again find themselves swamped by plaudits. The German side, managed, of course, by the man who won the Champions League with the Blues in 2012, are not one of Europe's most powerful houses, but they can't be described as mugs, either. They beat high-flying Wolfsburg last weekend and they were not expecting to have their pants pulled down in front of their own supporters. This was as impressive a victory for Chelsea as it was...

 By Rory Smith
2 days 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.