Tuesday, 3 March 2015

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Though conceding that the mood in training has been sombre since losing to Chelsea at Wembley, the Spurs boss believes that the frustration can teach his side for the future

Monday, 2 March 2015

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The Chelsea manager reveals whom he phoned as his side beat Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday before receiving a cheeky question from a journalist at his press conference

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The former Three Lions captain retired from international duty in 2012 during a racism storm but, despite continuing his good form at club level, has no plans for a comeback

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The Spurs striker deflected John Terry's strike into his own goal during Sunday's showpiece at Wembley, and admits that he was left heartbroken by the 2-0 loss

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Jose Mourinho has history of following a Wembley win with more silverware, while the Liverpool star helped topple a beleaguered Manchester City and the Stoke man set a new record

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A 2-0 win over Tottenham saw Jose Mourinho & Co. claim their first piece of silverware this season, while they lead the Premier League and are in the Champions League knockouts

Sunday, 1 March 2015

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A hard-working Tottenham side were stifled throughout Sunday's 2-0 League Cup final loss to Chelsea, with the manager describing the clash with the Portuguese as an "honour"

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The Chelsea manager pays tribute to Thibaut Courtois, Filipe Luis and Andreas Christensen for their role in taking the Blues to the League Cup final, in which they beat Tottenham

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Check out all the best pictures from Sunday's showpiece at Wembley, where John Terry and Diego Costa helped Chelsea claim their first trophy in Jose Mourinho's second spell

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The Blues secured the first trophy of Jose Mourinho's second spell in charge with a 2-0 Wembley win against Tottenham on Sunday but their captain sees a lot more to come

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A John Terry strike and a Kyle Walker own goal were enough to give Jose Mourinho's men victory at Wembley and their first silverware of the season in the League Cup final

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The Blues profited from two deflections to come out on top in an unexciting League Cup final, with John Terry grabbing the opener and a Kyle Walker own goal sealing it

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Mauricio Pochettino's two star men are named as part of our star-studded line-up, but the Blues dominate the selection, with seven players picked to Spurs' four...

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THE DOSSIER: The Premier League leaders were hammered on New Year's Day, with the 21-year-old bagging two goals and two assists, and must adapt for the League Cup final

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The Blues' manager has not won a trophy in almost three years as he prepares for Sunday's huge League Cup final clash against Tottenham at Wembley

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Both sides overcame tricky lower league opposition to book a trip to Wembley, while Jose Mourinho's side endured a thriller against Liverpool in the semi-finals

Saturday, 28 February 2015

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The Spurs midfielder is "really disappointed" to have exited the Europa League at the hands of Fiorentina but urges his side to move on against Chelsea in the League Cup final

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Having scored twice in January's memorable 5-3 league victory, Al Hain-Cole expects the young Tottenham striker to pose the greatest threat to Mourinho's men on Sunday

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The Spurs boss targets a repeat of their 5-3 Premier League victory over the Blues on New Year's Day if they are to be triumphant in the League Cup final at Wembley