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
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that the two-match ban for midfielder Nemanja Matic ‘undermines the credibility of English football’, Sky Sports is reporting.
The Serb was sent off in his last game for pushing Burnley striker Ashley Barnes to the floor in retaliation to a dangerous challenge that Mourinho believed could have led to the end of his career. Barnes was not dismissed by referee Martin Atkinson, and avoided re...More
Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has warned Capital One Cup final opponents Tottenham that his side’s previous experience of winning the biggest games will give them an advantage in Sunday’s showdown at Wembley, reports the Daily Express.
EPAThe Premier League leaders are yet to win a trophy since Jose Mourinho returned to the club as manager in the summer of 2013, but Ivanovic has won every major trophy in England and in Europe sin...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Tottenham Hotspur have the advantage over his side for the Capital One Cup final, in part because Nemanja Matic is, as it stands, suspended for the match, the Daily Mail has reported.
Matic was sent off in Chelsea’s Saturday draw with Burnley for his retaliation to an incident with Ashley Barnes, who, Matic felt, had made a dangerous, studs-up tackle. The Serbian midfielder responded by shovi...More
Chelsea defender Filipe Luis was reluctant to blame referee Martin Atkinson for the points the Premier League leaders dropped against Burnley, the Daily Telegraph has reported, despite manager Jose Mourinho being particularly vocal with his complaints over the officiating.
The Blues lost a single-goal lead against Burnley, Branislav Ivanovic’s goal cancelled out by Ben Mee, after Nemanja Matic was sent off for his reaction to a he...More
Chelsea are to appeal the red card shown to Nemanja Matic for his shove on Burnley’s Ashley Barnes, Sky Sports has reported, while Barnes will escape punishment for the challenge that drew the midfielder’s retaliation.
Matic was dismissed during the 1-1 draw between the sides at Stamford Bridge on Saturday when he bundled Barnes to the ground after Barnes’ studs-up tackle. Referee Martin Atkinson showed Matic the red card but took...More
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