After Chelsea earned a somewhat comfortable win against Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final, manager Jose Mourinho was full of praise for his layers, after they adhered to his instructions despite a difference in system, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea were without influential midfielder Nemanja Matic, with the Serbian international suspended for the final, so Gary Cahill started alongside John Terry at the heart of the defence, wi...More
After Chelsea beat Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final, captain and long-serving defender John Terry believes finally adding to the trophy cabinet could see the Londoners begin a period of success under manager Jose Mourinho, reports Sky Sports.
Mourinho had suffered a three-year drought in winning trophies prior to the final, but Chelsea rarely looked in doubt against Tottenham at Wembley. Despite their London rivals edging th...More
John Terry and a Kyle Walker own goal was enough to see Chelsea lift the Capital One Cup, with finalists Tottenham ultimately unable to get themselves back into the game, reports BBC Sport.
Tottenham were by far the better side in the first-half, but just couldn’t take their chances. The Lilywhites were thwarted by a resilient Chelsea backline, with the likes of Christian Eriksen hitting the woodwork from a free-kick, and Ryan Mas...More
Chelsea will be aiming for their first silverware since the return of Jose Mourinho as they contest the Capital One Cup final with London rivals Tottenham, who are determined to end their seven-year wait for a trophy of their own.
Up until the semi-finals, the Blues enjoyed fairly serene progress through this competition, seeing off Football League trio Bolton Wanderers, Shrewsbury Town and Derby County, with Mourinho fielding str...More
Ahead of Sunday’s Capital One Cup final, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he once turned down an approach to manage opponents Tottenham, BBC Sport has reported.
The offer came in September 2007, in the aftermath of Mourinho leaving Chelsea at the end of his first spell in charge at Stamford Bridge. His departure took place as a result of a breakdown in the relationship between himself and owner Roman Abramovich.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has revealed that he would like to sign winger Victor Moses from Chelsea on a permanent basis in the summer, the Daily Mail has reported.
The Nigerian international has spent this season on loan at the Britannia Stadium and has shown impressive form, including last time out at Aston Villa, where he won and converted the penalty which earned the Potters a 2-1 win which lifted them to 36 points with 12...More
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