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Ron Harris -- Chelsea legend

Chelsea 7 days ago
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Vital Oscar worthy of new deal

Chelsea Nov 10, 2014
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 By Phil Lythell
3 hours ago

Injuries, fixtures give Mourinho a selection quandary against Baggies

New Chelsea defender Filipe Luis says the Blues are very different from his former side, Atletico Madrid.

The international fixtures might be over for this calendar year, but for Chelsea there is still much to accomplish before the bell tolls on 2014.

A start to the season that has exceeded expectations has all Chelsea fans jabbering about the potential of the current team, and that in itself creates its own pressures as victories become almost demanded rather than hoped for. No longer is this campaign about challenging for the Premier League title until the final whistle on the final day, it is now...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
23 hours ago

Petr Cech rumoured to Arsenal, Man United still targeting Mats Hummels

Many question the wisdom of Jose Mourinho and Chelsea allowing Petr Cech to jump ship to rival Arsenal.

The latest transfer news, gossip and rumours from around the globe is all here in the latest installment of Transfer Talk...

Insert Cech pun here...

No more wordplay with Petr Cech's name, just some new down-and-dirty gossip on the former Chelsea No. 1 from The Daily Star. It seems Arsenal have held talks with Chelsea already and are closing on a deal to bring the 32-year-old to the Emirates for 7 million pounds in January.

The return of Thibaut Courtois to Stamford Bridge this season...

 By Phil Lythell
2 days ago

Chelsea show similarities with Jose Mourinho's last title winners

New Chelsea defender Filipe Luis says the Blues are very different from his former side, Atletico Madrid.

Whether it concerns star players, groundbreaking managers or all-conquering teams, there is a continual desire among football observers to draw comparisons with those of yesteryear. The debate as to where Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo stand in the pantheon of greats has constantly raised its head over the past few years, while there have been frequent arguments of where Pep Guardiola's Barcelona (2008-12) should be ranked among other great sides in history such as Arrigo Sacchi's AC Milan (1987-91),...

 By Chris Wright
2 days ago

Toe Poke: Wenger shakes hands with cardboard Jose Mourinho

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho clashed earlier this season . . . physically.

Constantly at loggerheads, Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have shared something of a storied past, clashing repeatedly through the years.

There have been instances of name-calling, dossier-compiling, accusation-slinging and even a physical altercation since Mourinho arrived in the Premier League in 2003, but Wenger and his Chelsea counterpart have always retained a smidgen of mutual respect for one another.

Appearing on "Le Club du Dimanche" ("The Sunday Club") on beIN SPORTS this past weekend,...

 By Mark Worrall
3 days ago

Cech may want Courtois' No. 1 shirt but Chelsea need to keep both happy

The ESPN FC guys talk about which keeper should be in net for Chelsea during cup matches and if we should look past Juve for this year's Scudetto.

Speculation over Petr Cech's future at Chelsea has been rife since boss Jose Mourinho declared his goalkeeping hand at the start of the season when he made Thibaut Courtois his first-choice goalkeeper.

Courtois, 22, has started every Premier League game for the Blues so far, leaving his rival stranded on the bench. Champions League duties have been shared equally with both men making two starts, while Cech was preferred for both Chelsea's League Cup ties.

The current international break has seen...

 By Sid Lowe
6 days ago

'FIFA virus' wreaking havoc on Spain

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Diego Costa was left out of the Spain squad by Vicente del Bosque as a favour to Jose Mourinho.

Cesc Fabregas briefly joined up with the Spain squad this week. He was only at the federation's headquarters for a couple of hours, but at least he was there; Diego Costa did not make it at all. The Chelsea midfielder flew to Barajas, drove round the M40 to Las Rozas, saw the national team's doctors, drove back round the M40 to Barajas again and flew home. The Chelsea striker, on the other hand, stayed at home. Neither will play for Spain against Belarus in Huelva or against Germany in Vigo. Both...