Most popular football term: Chelsea
|Benitez Polishes His CV|
Rafael Benitez won the sixth major trophy of his managerial career on Wednesday night when he led Chelsea to the Europa League.
The Spaniard can be a prickly character at times, and is despised by a significant section of the Chelsea support after his fall-out with Jose Mourinho when in charg...
|Bayern Lead Lewandowski Chase|
Bayern Munich are favorites to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, although Manchester United and Chelsea lurk in the background.
Bayern have an agreement with the Polish star, but have yet to agree a price with Dortmund, who are holding firm for the moment, having only two wee...
|José Mourinho: second coming of the Special One? | profile|
He is the football manager as celebrity, whose appeal goes way beyond the game. With a return to Chelsea likely, after a turbulent time in Madrid, can he still wield his charismatic magic?
Barring any unforeseen twists in the tale, José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix will soon return to his adori...
|Ferguson becomes longest serving Man United manager|
Alex Ferguson became Manchester United's longest-serving manager on Sunday with his team topping the Premier League but with heavy snow denying him the chance to mark the milestone with a win over title rival Chelsea.
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|Suarezs Swift Apology|
The clock had barely struck 9pm on Sunday evening when Luis Suarez issued an apology for his bite on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic just a few hours earlier.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was reluctant to criticize his star man in the immediate aftermath of the 2-2 draw, but it did not take...
|Benítez ponders life after Chelsea|
Spaniard wants to continue in the Premier League
Europa League winner does not rule out Everton
Rafael Benítez, having completed his final press conference at Chelsea's Cobham training ground on Friday, shook hands with the journalists present and wished them well. It was a goodby...
|Hodgson criticises post-season tours|
Roy Hodgson criticises Manchester City, Chelsea and Spurs
Manager says they have 'scotched' plans for England friendlies
Roy Hodgson has criticised Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham for the timing of their post-season tours of the US, claiming England's plans for friendly matches...
|Arsenal expect to make Champions League while Tottenham fear more pain|
Arsène Wenger is convinced his side will secure a top-four finish at Newcastle but Spurs are haunted by near misses of the past
The buildup to the final afternoon has exposed the lay of the land when it comes to the Premier League's only lingering conundrum. Over in Enfield the talk revolved aroun...
|The Agenda: F1 roars into Monaco, Pakistan on tour and rugby's play-off|
Formula One hits streets of Monte Carlo, Newcastle and Bedford play in first leg of Championship play-off and did you know Pakistan's cricketers were on tour?PIT STOPS ON THE SHORE …
Formula One motors into its most famous venue this weekend with talk of tyres dominating the paddock. Monaco, the g...
|Premier League fans verdict part two: QPR to Wigan Athletic|
Stoke stayed up but football often terrible; Swansea need quality striker to back up Michu; West Brom had a 'special season'
Part one: Arsenal to Norwich CityQPR 2/10
Things could not have gone much worse really. Overpaid, overhyped and underachieved. We have paid a king's ransom in wages ...
|Benitez: We deserve third place|
Rafael Benitez has said that his Chelsea side deserve to finish in third place in the Premier League, and also said he hoped to avoid a play-off with Arsenal to decide automatic UEFA Champions League qualification.
|Hodgson plea for clubs' help|
England boss Roy Hodgson has called for Man City and Tottenham to follow Chelsea's lead and release players early.
|Chelsea wins Europa League with injury-time strike|
Branislav Ivanovic scored with an injury time header on Wednesday to give Chelsea a 2-1 win over Benfica in the Europa League final and secure the club's second European title in as many seasons after winning last year's Champions League.
|Premier League fans' verdict part one: Arsenal to Norwich|
Wenger looks pre-historic, post-Fergie; Moyes – leave Everton players alone; Newcastle need leader in Kevin Nolan mould
Part two: QPR to Wigan AthleticArsenal 5/10
The last-straw loss of our best player in the summer left us with the most mediocre outfit during Arsène Wenger's long tenure ...
|Barney Ronay on Bayern Munich|
After the heartache of last year's defeat the Bavarian behemoth have Borussia Dortmund in their sights at Wembley
There is a vague sense of something missing in the otherwise bounteously stocked Bayern Munich club museum. Opened last year immediately after – and right upstairs from – Bayern's home...