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HUMOR: Ashley Barnes' Wikipedia paged altered after horror tackle on Matic went unpunished

The Burnley striker had his profile page on Wikipedia edited in the wake of Nemanja Matic's sending off.
On Saturday, Chelsea's hopes of winning their first English Premier League title since the 2009-2010 season took a huge twist after their 1-1 draw with Burnley.

The Blues welcomed the relegation-threatened side to Stamford Bridge in search of three points, but had to settle for one thanks to an 81st minute equalizer from Ben Mee. 

Still sitting at the top of the table, the west London...

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Chelsea gives away points at Stamford Bridge against Burnley

The Blues were ahead thanks to Ivanovic's strike, but Ben Mee's header gave Burnley a much deserved point
Chelsea lost a 1-0 lead against Burnley in the final minutes of the game, after a header by Ben Mee found the way into the back of the net. The Blues lost a chance to keep their distance with second place Manchester City, while Burnley still occupy relegation spots, but their prospects improve after equalizing with the league leaders.

The Blues started off with a bang, scoring after 14 minutes....

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Jose Mourinho invites 'Souleymane S.' to the second leg of the Chelsea-PSG match

The Portuguese boss referred to the events in Paris Metro, where Chelsea fans denied a man the chance to board the subway due to the color of his skin.
Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho felt "ashamed" by Chelsea fans who discriminated a French person by the color of his skin. To try and make ammends with him, Mourinho and the club invited him to the second leg of their UEFA Round of 16 match against Paris Saint-Germain.

"I am connected with Chelsea, I am connected with so many good things. It is not because of people like this that...

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ONE MORE YEAR: Mourinho confirms Terry won’t leave by end of season

Friday February 20 2015,

Tags: English Premier League, Chelsea, John Terry, Jose Mourinho

Terry has not missed a single league game this season. Next year will be his 18th season with Chelsea.
The end of John Terry’s career with Chelsea is not coming anytime soon. Manager Jose Mourinho confirmed that the 34-year-old defender will sign another one-year contract by the end of the season.

“That is what the club wants, that’s what John wants and that is going to happen,” Mourinho said.

Terry signed his first one-year contract in May 2014. Along with Branislav...

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"Real Madrid and Bayern are not the only favorites to win the Champions League"-- Jose Mourinho

The Portuguese manager dismissed the idea of Los Blancos and the Bavarians as the only teams capable of taking home the European tournament.
Prior to their Round of 16 first leg against Paris Saint-Germain, Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho disagreed on the media's favorite teams to win the UEFA Champions League. "The Special One" referred that in this tournament, it's not a certainty that the so-called front runners will end up winning.

"During this stage of the competition, you have to consider every team has a fighting...

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NO THANKS: Mourinho rejects petition from 6-year-old fan

Friday February 13 2015,

Tags: English Premier League, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, Diego Costa

The six-year-old also wanted Diego Costa to come along.
A 6-year-old Aston Villa fan is not pleased with seeing his team in the relegation zone and took matters into his own hands. Jude Branson asked Jose Mourinho to leave Chelsea and save Villa from disaster.

“I am 6 years old and I support Aston Villa. You are my favourite manager,” Branson wrote. "Please could you manage Villa and bring Costa with you? We need help.”


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"Jose Mourinho and Diego Simeone have a lot in common"-- Chelsea's Diego Costa

The Brazilian-born striker also stated he would like to win the Champions League this year, after losing the 2014 edition against Real Madrid.
Fresh off his three-game ban for stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can and Martin Skrtel, Spanish striker Diego Costa talked about his current coach, Portuguese Jose Mourinho, and how easy it has been for him to adapt to the Premier League after being coached by Diego Simeone while playing for Atletico Madrid.

"Jose is one of the best managers in the world. He's got a lot of things in common...

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Di Maria believes Messi would work along just fine with Jose Mourinho

The Argentinian wingman stated that when his contract with Man United ends, he hopes he can finish his career with his first club, Rosario Central.
Angel Di Maria revealed in an interview his thoughts about a possible Lionel Messi transfer to the Premier League. The player from Rosario, good friend of "La Pulga", stated he believes Messi would work just fine with Jose Mourinho, although he considers highly unlikely Barcelona's Number 10 will ever leave Los Blaugranas.

"In principle, I don't think Leo wants to leave Barcelona....

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Mourinho wins his first game at Villa Park as the Villains end their goal-less streak

Branislav Ivanovic's goal saved the day for Chelsea, who now hold a seven point lead over second place Manchester City.
With goals by Eden Hazard and Branislav Ivanovic, Chelsea managed to overcome Aston Villa's first goal since December 20 to extend their lead in the Premier League's title race. 

Things were not looking good for the home side after Eden Hazard's goal with just eight minutes of playing time. The Blues even had the chance to increase their lead after a couple of saves by their very own Thibaut...

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"If I was a journalist, from silence I could make lots of words"--Jose Mourinho

Chelsea's manager hinted new signing Juan Cuadrado and Cesc Fabregas are available to play for the Blues against Aston Villa this weekend.
Jose Mourinho broke his vow of silence after being fined by the FA due to his comments regarding Premier League referees. During his pre-match press conference, Mourinho was clearly uncomfortable talking with the press, but never refused to answer any questions.

"You know why I'm here, so you cannot expect that I'm super happy to be here," Mou said. After being asked why he did not...

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How Mourinho has turned Chelsea into winners on the transfer market

From big spenders to kings of the transfer window, a look at how Jose Mourinho has turned bench warmers into profit for the Blues.
It wasn't that long ago when Financial Fair Play was knocking on the door of Chelsea. The west London side had become synonymous for spending big in the transfer market, flexing their financial muscles so as to lure stars to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea have many times received the backing of Russian billionaire and owner Roman Abramovic to break the bank in order to build an all-conquering European...

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Schurrle included in DFL transfer list, Wolfsburg DENIES agreement

The German World Cup winner's move away from Stamford Bridge looks all but guaranteed, yet Wolfsburg claim no agreement has been reached with Chelsea.
It may not be official yet, but this deal is all but complete. After days of heavy speculation, Bundesliga side Wolfsburg look to have finalized the signing of World Cup winner Andre Schurrle from Chelsea on transfer deadline day. The player was named in the mandatory DFL transfer list ahead of any official announcement, which was revealed via the Bundesliga's Twitter account.

The 24-year-old...

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Lampard delighted with Stamford Bridge return despite mixed reception

Some booed him, others ignored the former Chelsea midfielder, but Super Frank Lampard was eager to thank the fans that warmly received him upon his return to west London.
Chelsea vs Manchester City, a game highly anticipated by football fans across the globe, was an eagerly awaited clash between the English Premier League's top two sides in what was hailed as a title decider by many.

However, despite all the hype, the game proved to be not so entertaining. A Diego Costa-less Chelsea appeared keen on avoiding a defeat, whilst the Citizens were unable to translate...

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BIG BLOW: Diego Costa to serve 3-match ban, will miss Man City clash

Chelsea will be without the league's leading scorer for Saturday's clash with the Citizens after being charged with violent conduct by the FA.
English Premier League leaders Chelsea have been hit with the worse possible news ahead of Saturday clash with Manchester City, a game which is being labeled a title decider by many fans and football pundits.

The west London side will be without the league's leading goalscorer Diego Costa for the Stamford Bridge tie after their appeal against the FA's charge of violent conduct for the Spaniard's...

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2014-15 EPL title decider: How Chelsea can beat Man City on Jan 31

Chelsea host Manchester City in a game that could decide this year's Premier League Champion.
With the Premier League's first place at stake, Chelsea will have the current title holders playing at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Regardless of the rivalry between Jose Mourinho and Manuel Pellegrini, a victory for the Blues could mean an insurmountable advantage, while three points for the Sky Blues would close the gap between the two sides. 

During the course of the season, both teams...

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Jose Mourinho supports Luis Figo's intentions regarding FIFA's presidency

Chelsea's boss praised his forrmer player's intentions, assuring that his election would 'guarantee a better future for FIFA´.
Several voices have supported Luis Figo's intentions to become FIFA's president, and his former coach Jose Mourinho shared his thoughts about it. Through a press release, "The Special One" applauded the former Inter Milan player's candidacy, since he could bring new ideas for the game of football.

“Figo’s candidacy is a step forward for football. His great career guarantees...

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Stamford Bridge trip nothing to fear, insists Rodgers, ahead of Chelsea vs Liverpool

Tuesday January 27 2015,

Tags: Brendan Rodgers, Jose Mourinho, Liverpool, Chelsea, Capital One Cup

The Reds boss, however, feels Chelsea's shock FA Cup elimination will spark trepidation in the Blues in Tuesday's Capital One Cup semi-final clash.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has called for his players not to fear Chelsea when the Reds travel to Stamford Bridge for the second leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final encounter.

The Merseyside club welcomed the Blues to Anfield in the first leg clash last Tuesday, but were only able to manage a 1-1 draw with Jose Mourinho's crew. A week later, Liverpool are gearing up to make the trip...

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Chelsea vs Liverpool: 5 ways the Blues can recover from FA Cup blues

Monday January 26 2015,

Tags: CapitalOne Cup, Liverpool, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, Brendan Rodgers

After their stunning defeat against Bradford City in the FA Cup, Chelsea will try to motivate themselves against Liverpool, one of their favorite clients recently.
Jose Mourinho and his men have to bounce back quickly if they want to forget Saturday's disappointing result against Bradford City. With the Capital One Cup second leg against Liverpool ahead, the Blues may find the needed motivation against the Reds, one of their most hated opponents and who they have been able to mangle recently. Here are five reasons why Mou and his crew could find happiness after...

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Didier Drogba described by Mourinho as Chelsea's best ever signing

Monday January 26 2015,

Tags: English Premier League, Chelsea, Didier Drogba, Jose Mourinho

Drogba was the most-wanted player on Mourinho’s list when he took control of Chelsea in 2004. Eleven years later, the Special One does not regret his intentions.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho does not have a hard time picking who his best student is, and he goes by the name of Didier Drogba. Even at 36, “The Special One” does not believe Drogba’s career is over.

“I know what he means as a player and as a person. That is why this combination of the player and the person is so amazing,” are some of the words Mourinho expressed...

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ASHAMED! Chelsea can't hold a two-goal lead and lose to Bradford City

Saturday January 24 2015,

Tags: FA Cup, Chelsea, Bradford City, Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho's men conceded four goals in 50 minutes against the Bantams to complete one of the most shocking results in FA Cup's fourth round.
“The other day a coach of a big team was knocked out of the cup and he was saying, ‘Good, very good. This is perfect for us. Now we can focus on the other competitions.’ If I lose against Bradford, I don’t say that. I say it’s a disgrace," Jose Mourinho said yesterday.

Almost premonitory, Chelsea lost their fourth round FA Cup match against Bradford City with...

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