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Chelsea Ready To Pay Part Of The Players Wages To Send Star Player Out On Loan In January

/ 01 November 2016

Antonio Conte’s Chelsea was knocked out early of the League Cup by London rivals West Ham, but they had a decent end to the week with a commanding 2-0 victory against the Saints in the


Italian duo join race to sign star Chelsea midfielder and World Cup winner

/ 17 August 2016

Antonio Conte would have been delighted with the start he had to the new Premier League season with Diego Costa’s late strike giving his side all three points on Monday. The manager would have been


Too much faith in players let Mourinho down: Chelsea’s Fabregas

/ 19 April 2016
Too much faith in players let Mourinho down: Chelsea's Fabregas

Too much faith in players let Mourinho down: Chelsea's Fabregas

London, April 19 (IANS) Jose Mourinho lost his job as coach just seven months after leading Chelsea to the English Premier League title because he trusted the players too much and “we let him down”,


Chelsea player ratings from Swansea defeat: Pato, Miazga fails to deliver

/ 10 April 2016
Pato fails to deliver

Pato fails to deliver

An entertaining league fixture at the Liberty Stadium saw Swansea clinch a historical win against Chelsea. The Blues stepped into the match with nothing really to play for other than pride and it clearly showed


Swansea vs Chelsea Preview: Team News, Predicted Line-up, Key Battles, Betting Odds

/ 08 April 2016
Swansea vs Chelsea preview

Swansea vs Chelsea

A Premier League season is always like a long, winding road which is full of twists and turns. For defending champions Chelsea, it has been a story of two seasons where a struggling first half


Chelsea predicted lineup against Swansea: Huge surprise upfront

/ 08 April 2016
Pato to start upfront against Swansea

Pato to start upfront against Swansea

The last time Chelsea faced Swansea, it was just the opening day of the season and the Blues fans were on cloud nine. After all, this was the first match back for the reigning Premier