“No-one wanted the ball. In the end we are happy to take a point.”
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Adam+Shergold+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 17m
Each season's Champions League sees a number of breakout stars who make a big impact and the latest edition will be no exception. We take a closer look at 10 players who could shine.
by: Harry Diamond — The Football Faithful 35m
Tammy Abraham has revealed his ambition to match Chelsea legends Didier Drogba and John Terry.
by: Lewis Blain — Football Fancast 54m
Wolves' Conor Coady set a poor standard as he contributed to an emphatic defeat at the hands of Chelsea.
Antonio Rudiger misses training as Blues prepare for the Champions League | Official Site | Chelsea Football Club
by: @chelseafc — EPL: Chelsea FC 1h
As is customary before UEFA competition matches, the first 15 minutes of training was open to the media at Cobham today as preparations for our Champions League return stepped up a notch.
Chelsea could be without defensive pair Antonio Rudiger and Emerson Palmieri for Champions League opener against Valencia
by: Matt Law — The Telegraph 2h
Frank Lampard is set to be without defenders Antonio Rudiger and Emerson Palmieri for his first Champions League game in charge of Chelsea.
Scott McTominay could be the solution to Manchester United's midfield problems, insists talkSPORT's Tony Cascarino
by: 161385360554578 — Talk Sport 3h
Scott McTominay will be a valuable player to Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he continues his rebuild, according to Tony Cascarino. Writing in his column for the Times, the talkSP…
by: Sarah Winterburn — Football365 5h
Football365 - ...while Manchester City, Unai Emery and Brendan Rodgers figure highly among the losers...
by: Simon Phillips — Talk Chelsea 5h
Last season Chelsea supporters grew used to watching their side play in the same formation and use the same style of play, regardless of the score, the opposition, or the circumstances. Maurizio Sarri believes in his
by: George Perry — Fansided: The Pride of London 5h
After 60 Chelsea games, we can finally talk about Jorginho's minutes-per-assist ratio, now that it no longer involves the mathematical impossibility of div...
by: Guardian sport — The Guardian 5h
Emi Buendía was the architect of Manchester City’s bad day, Arsenal were woeful in defence and Harry Maguire deserved better from Leicester fans