Manchester City face another heavyweight clash on Sunday as they look to end Chelsea’s unbeaten record and close the gap on the West London club.
Frustration will be the overwhelming emotion for City after a week where they have already faced two extremely tough tests. They were left disappointed by some of the refereeing as they drew 2-2 at Arsenal, but it was a fair result.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini then had to watch from the st...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has moved to defend striker Diego Costa, with the Spaniard beginning to earn a reputation for being combative, Sky Sports has reported.
Signed in the summer after a prolific campaign for Atletico Madrid which earned the Vicente Calderon club the Spanish title, Costa has made a blistering start to life in the Premier League, netting seven times in his first four domestic games including a hat-trick last t...More
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has called on UEFA to deduct points and strip titles of clubs that are found to be in breach of Financial Fair Play rules, the Telegraph has reported.
Manchester City were found to be guilty of breaching the new FFP rules and were handed a fine of a whopping £50m – although this could be reduced to the smaller sum of £20m.
They also had their Champions League squad size limited from 25 players to 21, but t...More
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has hailed his fellow Blues striker Diego Costa as the perfect player for the club this season, The Independent reports.
Costa moved to west London from Spanish champions Atletico Madrid this summer for a reported £32 million, but has been beset by problems with his hamstrings, meaning Chelsea have been forced to ration his game time.
But while there are great concerns at Stamford Bridge over Costa’s fit...More
Diego Costa is unable to play three games in a week, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed, according to Sky Sports.
Mourinho left Costa out of the starting XI for the Blues’ Champions League game against Schalke, Didier Drogba starting in place of the Spain international. The match ended in a 1-1 draw with Costa and Loic Remy both brought on as Chelsea chased the victory.
The manager pointed the finger at the Spain camp for th...More
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has said that Eden Hazard can become one of the greats of his generation, the Telegraph is reporting, after he confirmed the winger is set to be handed a new deal.
It had been widely reported that Hazard was in line for a new bumper £200,000-a-week five year contract, with Mourinho confirming this in his press conference ahead of their Champions League clash with Schalke.
It is a demonstration of how they ...More
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