Sunday, November 29, 2015
Jose Mourinho claims Sunday's stalemate at White Hart Lane was the best he has seen his side play this season, yet the team picked up another horde of unwanted records.
The Spain striker was dropped for the 0-0 draw with Tottenham and with the Belgian unable to provide the firepower in attack, the manager is still searching for a winning formula.
The 52-year-old was delighted with his side's performance at White Hart Lane, and felt the Blues did enough to collect all three points.
With Diego Costa left on the bench, the Blues struggled to find a goal, while the home side went close through the Three Lions striker and Heung-Min Son
Saturday, November 28, 2015
The Belgian has asked to play regularly in a central role but the Chelsea manager insists that last season's PFA Player of the Year is not the long-term solution
When the record-breaking duo finally succumb to the ravages of time, will there be any players capable of maintaining their unprecedented levels of sustained excellence?
Chelsea conceded five on its last trip to face Tottenham but Jose Mourinho has full faith in his defense, even without John Terry.
Friday, November 27, 2015
Jose Mourinho believes Didier Drogba criticized Chelsea's players in order to increase book sales.
Amid links with in-form strikers Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, Jose Mourinho would not be drawn on Chelsea's transfer plans.
The former Everton winger believes the young England midfielder has raised his game during the current season and has the ability to make the step up to a top club
The Brazilian has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge but the French and Italian champions are also in the hunt for his services
The former Chelsea striker believes the MLS will be one of the most "decisive" in world football in a few years and admits he is finding life tougher than in England.
The Argentine has dethroned Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo, who finished second, with Messi's teammates Luis Suarez and Neymar coming home third and fourth, respectively.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Chelsea is reportedly in the market for a new striker and suggestions Harry Kane could be in its crosshairs pleases Mauricio Pochettino.
The Chelsea midfielder spent a season playing alongside the Barcelona attacker at Camp Nou and he is in no doubt that the Brazilian is destined for greatness.
Olympiacos, not Arsenal, is Jose Mourinho's preferred choice to join Bayern Munich in qualifying from Champions League Group F.
There were goals aplenty in the latest round of Europe's premier club competition. With so many great displays, who made the best XI?
The Brazilian stood out in the 6-1 thrashing of Roma, Iker Casillas produced a clanger against Dynamo Kiev and Thomas Muller broke another record — Peter Staunton breaks it down.
Manchester United, Chelsea and PSG are all following the Anderlecht midfielder closely, but will have to wait until the end of the season to sign the Belgian.