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Top four race dies with a whimper

After a tough battle, Chelsea’s already slim Champions League hopes are lying in tatters

Chelsea’s troubled season has hit a new low — its coach may be to blame

From the very first day of the season, Chelsea, reflecting their manager's discontent, have seemed totally out of sync on the pitch.

Mourinho’s risky roll of the dice

The Manchester United manager’s bravado has morphed over the years into bitter sulkiness.

What’s going wrong at Chelsea?

Antonio Conte's Chelsea turned the Premier League title race into a procession in his first season, but worrying cracks are appearing.

Prem preview: Are the Blues hungover? Is Arsenal the real deal?

Chelsea seem destined for another roller-coaster ride — and the accident that that inevitably entails

‘I’m no criminal!’: Costa blasts Chelsea

Faced with Atletico's inability to recruit players, Costa said he would rather spend a year not playing than join another club.

Five premier questions

With the Premier League season kicking off on Friday, Steven Griffiths looks at five questions ahead of the new campaign.

Juventus light up new stadium in fine style

Juventus outclassed Parma 4-1 in their first Serie A match in their new stadium with several close-season signings impressing for their new coach.

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