After winning the Premier League title somewhat comfortably in the end, Chelsea defender Gary Cahill wants the Londoners to go all the way in the Champions League next season. It’s one trophy that has alluded manager Jose Mourinho in his time at Stamford Bridge, and something he’s now failed to deliver in his five seasons with the Blues, reports Sky Sports.
Mourinho was forced to watch his predecessors succeed in European competit...More
Cesc Fabregas believes Chelsea teammate Eden Hazard can reach the level of his former Barcelona colleague Lionel Messi, ESPN has reported.
Hazard was named PFA Player of the Year as he inspired the Blues to the Premier League title, scoring the goal that clinched the silverware in the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace. Hazard saw his penalty saved by Julian Speroni but converted the rebound with a header to give Chelsea the three points...More
Premier League champions Chelsea will try to tempt Atletico Madrid into selling Spain international midfielder Koke by offering cash plus former Rojiblanco left-back Filipe Luis, the Daily Express has claimed.
Luis was part of the Atletico side that claimed the Spanish title last season, forming Diego Simeone’s regular back four with right-back Juanfran and centre-backs Diego Godin and Miranda. The Brazilian followed Diego Costa f...More
Chelsea midfielder Ramires has confirmed he’s recovering well after being taken ill before the Blues sealed the title with a win against Crystal Palace on the weekend. The Brazilian is expected to miss the rest of the season, however, reports BBC Sport.
Ramires, 28, was due to start against Crystal Palace, but was ill before the game, and was given treatment at hospital. He’s had a kidney problem that somewhat exacerbated itself w...More
Chelsea’s PFA Player of the Year Eden Hazard scored the only goal of the game, as the Londoners saw past Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon, which sealed the Premier League title for Jose Mourinho’s side, reports BBC Sport.
After a goalless first-half of football, the Belgian international won a penalty minutes before the break. He was felled in the area, but replays suggested it was a controversial decision. Ha...More
Victory at home to mid-table London rivals Crystal Palace will see Chelsea be crowned champions of England for the fifth time in their 110-year history.
For almost the entire season it has seemed to be a case of when, rather than if, the Blues would secure the title. Even if they do not get the job done here, it would only delay the inevitable; a luxury well deserved by the side that has been clearly the strongest and most consist...More
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