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Lampard returns to Chelsea as head coach

The club's record goalscorer will take over as Maurizio Sarri's successor after signing a three-year deal

Sarri takes charge at Juventus after leaving Chelsea

The Italian coach returned home to take charge of the Old Lady after a season of mixed emotions in London

Chelsea ride their luck to rescue Sarri with Cardiff escape

Blues boss Sarri was on the brink of a loss that would have pushed him closer to the sack

Can Sarri recover authority at Chelsea after Kepa incident?

Late on Monday Sarri said that Kepa had apologised and that the Italian now considered the matter closed

Under-fire Sarri insists he can avoid Chelsea axe

Media reports claim Sarri will be axed if Chelsea are beaten in any of their next three matches after losing the backing of the club's hierarchy

Managerial cream rises to the top

The true masterminds know how to manage their players, finances and minutes to finesse titles

Chelsea manager’s job on line following 6-0 loss against Man City

​Maurizio Sarri admitted his job as Chelsea manager is at risk after Man City scored four times in the first 25 minutes

Willian gem sinks Newcastle as Chelsea cement fourth place

Chelsea have won five of their last seven league matches and sit six points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal

Midway, and it’s an unpredictable conclusion

We’ll learn in 2019 which Premier League team best overcame their imperfections

Kante growing into new role with Chelsea

Kante earned a reputation as the world's best defensive midfielder after playing a key role in Chelsea and Leicester's Premier League title triumphs

Kante’s goal secures Palace coup for Chelsea

N'Golo Kante is growing into his more advanced midfield role with a composed finish that gave Chelsea a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace

No Hazard, no problem as Chelsea hit Burnley for four

​Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri believes his side has proved they can cope without Eden Hazard, although he doesn't want to be missing him much longer

Three things that have gone wrong for Manchester United

​Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suffered the heaviest home defeat of his coaching career as Tottenham Hotspur won 3-0 at Old Trafford

Sarri given room to light up in Leipzig

Chain-smoking Napoli coach was relieved to hear that the Bundesliga club had built a specially adapted area to allow him to puff away undisturbed

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