Gary Neville has claimed that the match-up between Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard will be significant when the two sides meet on Saturday, according to The Daily Mail.
Hazard’s recent form for Chelsea has helped them to the top of the Premier League table ahead of a crucial game against London rivals and Champions League hopefuls Spurs.
Tottenham are currently in fifth place and looking for a result again...More
Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood believes that his side will have no pressure on them to beat Premier League leaders Chelsea on Saturday, according to Sky Sports.
Spurs have not won at Stamford Bridge since 1990, a statistic that Sherwood believes is in his team’s favour.
Despite their appalling record in West London, Tottenham hold the best away record in the Premier League this season and Sherwood believes that his side will...More
Chelsea have the chance to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points when they play London rivals Tottenham in Saturday’s late kick-off.
The hosts won at Fulham last time to leave themselves in a commanding position, particularly after Arsenal slipped up at Stoke City. Jose Mourinho still insists that his side are not the favourites to win the title, with Manchester City having games in hand and Liverpool not...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that he does not play mind games with his opponents and the press, according to The Daily Star.
The Portuguese boss admitted that it is important to influence opinions and personalities before a big match but denied that he ever played mind games with opponents.
"It's not mind games; I don't try to do that,” said the 51-year-old.
"The period before the game can be important to influence opi...More
Liverpool defender Glen Johnson has revealed the chain of events that led to him losing respect for Jose Mourinho when the pair were together at Chelsea, ESPN has reported.
Johnson was the first Chelsea signing made by Claudio Ranieri after Roman Abramovich took over the club but struggled to hold down a place at Stamford Bridge, eventually moving to Portsmouth in 2009.
“It was difficult for me under Jose at Chelsea because there wa...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has insisted he does not engage in mind games, ESPN has reported.
The Portuguese has given an interview to Esquire magazine in which he revealed his approach to the mental side of football.
He denied ever using what have been termed ‘mind games’ but did admit however that he uses the build-up to a fixture to try and influence members of the opposition, his players and supporters.
“It’s not mind games....More
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