Sunday, April 19, 2015

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The Chelsea forward's 18th strike of the season saw off Manchester United on Saturday and both he and defender Gary Cahill were delighted with a battling victory

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COMMENT: The holders scraped through their semi-final against Reading but their disappointing Champions League exit to Monaco still leaves a sour taste

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The 21-year-old attacker is keen on a move to Manchester United this summer but Tottenham and Liverpool are also interested in the Netherlands international

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COMMENT: A mix of quality and strategy will deliver a first Premier League title since 2010 for the Blues but the Red Devils are building a formidable side themselves

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The Northern Irishman believes that only Manchester United sit on par with the Reds, suggesting that Raheem Sterling would be taking a step down if he left Anfield

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Dimitri Seluk believes that his client is being blamed for the reigning Premier League champions' disastrous defence and is challenging the club to say if they want him to leave

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The Dutchman did not take kindly to a reporter's line of questioning following a 1-0 loss at Stamford Bridge in which his side dominated possession

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Despite Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Stoke City which could see them slip further behind Liverpool in the Europa League place, the coach is still confident of qualifying of qualifying

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The coach feels he got his tactics spot on as his side beat Manchester United to go 10 points clear at the top of the league

Saturday, April 18, 2015

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The Belgian stamped his authority on another crucial game and his run of four goals in six matches has turned three points into nine for Jose Mourinho's title-bound men

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The outgoing Dortmund coach originally said he has no intentions of taking a sabbatical but has admitted he would take some time away from the game next season

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The Blues extend their lead at the top of the table to double figures after Eden Hazard scores the only goal of the game to down United at Stamford Bridge

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The visitors dominated possession but Eden Hazard proved the difference with a smart first-half finish as the Premier League leaders produced an impressive rearguard display

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The Blues have been winning games without playing well but they will be confident of seeing off a Red Devils side that has been ravaged by injuries

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Kevin Mirallas scored the only goal, after Ross Barkley missed an earlier penalty, but was lucky to avoid being sent off while Ashley Barnes was dismissed in first-half added time

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The England captain drops to a deeper role due to the injury absence of Michael Carrick while the Ivorian keeps his place as Loic Remy remains sidelined

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Tony Pulis is set for a hero's welcome when returns to Selhurst Park a year after saving the Eagles from relegation but his current club's form will be of greater concern

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The visitors are desperate for a positive result after a run of one win in 11 Premier League games but the Toffees have claimed 10 points from their last four outings

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Nigel Pearson's men have boosted their hopes of avoiding relegation with back-to-back wins and could conceivably move out of the bottom three with a win over the Swans