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  1. Diego Costa, a man moulded in Mourinho's image Diego Costa, a man moulded in Mourinho's image

    COMMENT: The Chelsea striker was in the thick of the battle and involved in two stamping incidents as the Blues booked their place in the League Cup final with a win over Liverpool

  2. Pato still hopeful of Premier League move Pato still hopeful of Premier League move

    The Brazilian has seen a loan switch to Hull City fall through but QPR, West Brom and Everton have all held talks to sign the former AC Milan forward in January

  3. Pirlo: Pogba will never go back to Man Utd Pirlo: Pogba will never go back to Man Utd

    The Italian midfielder feels Sir Alex Ferguson made a mistake in failing to keep the France international and believes the 21-year-old will never return to Old Trafford

  4. Thierry Henry tips Sterling for the top Thierry Henry tips Sterling for the top

    The Arsenal legend, who began his career as a winger before being converted into a prolific goalscorer by Arsene Wenger, thinks the 20-year-old can make the same transition