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Thierry Henry: The treble is a possibility for Chelsea

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says Chelsea can add the Premier League and Champions League to yesterday's League Cup triumph. With one competition already out of the way, Jose Mourinho's men will now focus on keeping the lead in the Premier League ahead of a tough home game against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League. And […]
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John Terry says he hopes for a few more years at Chelsea before retirement

John Terry is determined to enjoy a successful conclusion to his Chelsea career by continuing to confound his critics. The 34-year-old, who is adored by many in football and loathed by some, hopes to earn an extension to his contract which expires at the end of the current campaign. Terry scored the opening goal in a man-of-the-match display in Chelsea's Capital One Cup final victory...
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3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chelsea FC: League Cup just the first step

It was a stormy Sunday afternoon in England’s famous Wembley Stadium when Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur squared off for the Capital One Cup. It was the culmination of manager Jose Mourinho’s two-year mission to restore Chelsea to the trophy-winning ways it so enjoyed during his first stint at the club. Throughout the course of last season, Mourinho continually insisted that...
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Philippe Coutinho lands on XXX website for goal tagged as "pure filth"

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Brendan Rodgers: Philippe Coutinho Deserves Player Of The Year Consideration

Brendan Rodgers informally has nominated Philippe Coutinho for the most prestigious individual awards English soccer has to offer. Rodgers said Monday that Coutinho has a strong case to win both England’s Players’ Player of the Year Award and the Football Writers Association Player of the Year Award in 2014-15, according to the Liverpool Echo. ...
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MLS expansion team Atlanta names Carlos Bocanegra technical director ahead of 2017 debut

MLS expansion side Atlanta has named former U.S. men's national team captain Carlos Bocanegra as technical director ahead of its first campaign in 2017. Bocanegra, 35, retired from professional soccer at the end of last season and expressed his desire to stay active in the game. This role gives him a chance to leverage the knowledge cultivated over a 15-year career to build the expansion...
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Leicester City-Manchester City Preview

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists the Premier League title race isn't over, though that would surely be the case for his side if they drop any points in Wednesday night's visit to the Etihad Stadium by bottom-club Leicester City. City (16-7-4) failed to move within two points of leaders Chelsea with Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield. The Citizens remained...
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Arsene Wenger: In the last four days the tension was massive

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits it wasn't easy to recover from last week's Champions League defeat at the Emirates. The Gunners came under heavy fire this week after the unexpected defeat at the hands of Monaco and the Frenchman reveals that "tension was massive" before the weekend game against Everton. "It was a test of […]
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Chelsea captain John Terry vows to keep trophies coming

Chelsea defender John Terry says Sunday's victory in the Capital One Cup is not enough for the club. The Blues have been one of the most consistent teams in England this season and the Englishman believes yesterday's triumph will inject fresh belief into the squad as they aim to add two more trophies this season. […]
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More woes for Inzaghi: Montolivo and De Jong injured

MILAN (AP) AC Milan has lost key midfielders Riccardo Montolivo and Nigel de Jong to injury, adding to the woes of embattled coach Filippo Inzaghi. Both players were hurt in Saturday's goalless draw at relegation-threatened Chievo. Milan says Montolivo injured a hamstring muscle and will undergo more medical tests in a week, while De Jong hurt the back of his thigh and will be re...
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Juan Mata's blog: March will be demanding

In his weekly blog, Juan Mata looks ahead to a crucial month for Manchester United. …read more Source:: Man Utd The post Juan Mata's blog: March will be demanding appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
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Video: Wayne Rooney wins Man of the Match

Watch video of Reds captain Rooney’s Man of the Match display. …read more Source:: Man Utd The post Video: Wayne Rooney wins Man of the Match appeared first on TheSoccerDaily.com.
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Stats show John Terry is 10 times better this season than last

Stats show John Terry is 10 times better this season than last - originally posted on Soccerlens.com John Terry is showing exactly why he deserves a contract extension at Chelsea, analysis from Opta-powered fantasy football game Oulala has shown. The 34-year-old put in a man of the match performance on Sunday and helped Chelsea claim the club’s fifth League Cup title after their...
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Criticism of Manuel Pellegrini unfair following defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini’s tactics are once again being called in to question after his side suffered back-to-back defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool. Fans and pundits have dissected the Chilean boss’ formation choices against his past two opponents, with most agreeing the 61-year-old manager got his tactics wrong during both contests. Manchester City now face...
Via World Soccer Talk
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Mourinho seeks further titles with new generation at Chelsea

LONDON (AP) A decade on from the first trophy from the Roman Abramovich-era, Chelsea collected the League Cup with just three survivors from the 2005 matchday squad. After scoring the first goal in the 2-0 victory over Tottenham, captain John Terry was followed up to the Wembley Stadium royal box by goalkeeper Petr Cech and striker Didier Drogba on Sunday. Then came Jose Mourinho...
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Olivier Giroud thankful for Arsene Wenger's support

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud says that he is grateful to manager Arsene Wenger for picking him to face Everton on Sunday. The Frenchman endured a disastrous night against Monaco in the Champions League and was expected to start on the bench against the Toffees. But he was one of the more lively players on the […]
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Di Maria, Mata failing to live up to price tags at United

MANCHESTER, England (AP) Juan Mata and Angel Di Maria are the two most expensive players in Manchester United's history, costing a combined 97 million pounds ($150 million) last year as the club looked to regain its status as England's top team. So far, they aren't living up to their price tags - and there's a chance neither will be in United's lineup when the team visits Newcastle...
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17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Manchester City consider making massive Suarez bid

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining... Manchester City are considering a £100million bid to buy Barcelona striker Luis Suarez. Mauricio Pochettino is convinced his young Spurs side has many Wembley visits to look forward to despite their Capital...
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17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rooney admits Di Maria struggling to find best form

Wayne Rooney has backed Angel di Maria to put his current poor form behind him and become a success at Manchester United. Di Maria made a bright start at Old Trafford following his £59.7m move from Real Madrid last summer, but he has faded fast. The low point of the 27-year-old's United career came on Saturday when, after a disappointing first-half performance, he was substituted...
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Roberto Mancini rues first-half display

Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini criticised his side for their slow approach before the break but was happy with his side's performance in the second half. The Nerazzurri continued to struggle for consistency as they were defeated at home by Fiorentina. And Mancini believes his players should have been more aggressive in the early stages of […]
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20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chelsea 2-0 Spurs: Another Mourinho masterclass, another Chelsea trophy

Chelsea 2-0 Spurs: Another Mourinho masterclass, another Chelsea trophy - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Wembley was painted Blue on Sunday as Chelsea beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 to claim the Capital One Cup. Goals in either half by John Terry and Diego Costa sealed the deal as Jose Mourinho’s side produced a commanding and professional performance. Tactical surprise It isn’t...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Messi reprieve may only be temporary for City

An incredible double miss by Lionel Messi gave Manchester City an unexpected lifeline in their Champions League last sixteen tie with Barcelona. … [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brendan Rodgers’ transfer policy beginning to bear fruit for Liverpool

For all his tactical nous and man-management skills, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is often criticized quite openly for his transfer market moves. Luis Suarez, Jordan Henderson, Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling, who were all so impressive last season during Liverpool’s ultimately-futile title charge, were all brought in before the current manager’s appointment. At the...
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Jose Mourinho: You are never too old to celebrate

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he celebrated his Capital One Cup victory at Wembley as if it was his first trophy as manager. The Portuguese didn't hide his emotions as the final whistle blew, throwing himself to the ground and joining in the jumping around with his players. And with a solid lead in the […]
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PHOTO: Jose Mourinho wild celebrations after lifting the Capital One Cup trophy

PHOTO: Jose Mourinho wild celebrations after lifting the Capital One Cup trophy - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Chelsea won their first trophy of what promises to be a memorable season under Jose Mourinho. The Blues lifted the Capital One Cup following a comfortable 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley. The Special One was visibly thrilled to pick up his first piece...
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