Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has accused national team bosses of being selfish in the way they treat players such as Diego Costa, the Spain international who has been the subject of a row between Mourinho and La Roja Coach Vicente Del Bosque, ESPN reports.
Costa is to miss the Blues’ Champions League game against Maribor on Tuesday, having also sat out the weekend win over Crystal Palace with a thigh problem. But Costa did feature t...More
Chelsea will be without Diego Costa, Ramires and Andre Schurrle for the Champions League game against Maribor, Sky Sports has reported.
The trio missed Saturday’s 2-1 win over Crystal Palace, with Schurrle struggling through illness and Ramires carrying a groin problem. The fitness of Costa has, meanwhile, been a long-running saga with Jose Mourinho questioning Spain’s handling of the international striker.
Costa is absent with a th...More
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has insisted that his side are unlikely to emulate his former club Arsenal and go unbeaten for a full Premier League season, Goal.com has reported.
The Blues have won seven and drawn one of their first eight matches this season, leading some to suggest that they can match the achievement of the Gunners in 2003-04. But when asked about that possibility, Fabregas said: “No, no, this is a joke. This is a...More
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has claimed his side have now got what it takes to win the Premier League title this season after they narrowly missed out last term, according to the Daily Star.
The Blues face Crystal Palace in a potentially sticky tie this weekend and it was this type of game that Chelsea stumbled over at crucial times last season – in fact losing at Selhurst Park in March thanks to a John Terry own goal.
But the Portug...More
Jose Mourinho could have a potential striking crisis on his hands this weekend after it was revealed Diego Costa was struggling with a hamstring injury, the Telegraph is reporting.
It is feared their lethal Spaniard, who has already netted nine times for his new club, could well be out for up to three weeks if he fails to prove his fitness this weekend - leaving the club with Loic Remy and Didier Drogba as its only senior strikers.
Indomitable until now, Premier League leaders Chelsea take their unbeaten record to Selhurst Park, where Crystal Palace got the better of them back in March.
Neil Warnock suffered the first defeat of his second spell in charge of the home side when they lost at Hull City before the international break, a match in which they lacked the intensity and tenacity with which they have based the success on in the previous year. In spite of t...More
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