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  • Zappacosta's 'unintentional wondergoal'

    Chelsea debutante Davide Zappacosta reveals he only meant to deliver a cross which ended up at the Qarabag goal.

  • Antonio Rudiger

    Chelsea sign Germany defender Rudiger

    German international defender Antonio Rudiger joins Chelsea from Italian club Roma for a reported fee of £29 million.

  • Man City sign 50m euro Silva

    Manchester City began their campaign to snatch the Premier League title from Chelsea next season when they signed Portuguese playmaker Bernardo Silva from French champions Monaco in a deal reported to be worth almost 50 million euros on Friday.

  • FA wants betting information on Terry withdrawal

    The English Football Association (FA) ask betting companies to provide information on wagers placed on John Terry's stage-managed substitution during Chelsea's 5-1 win over Sunderland last weekend.

  • Conte named Manager of the Year – LMA

    Chelsea's Antonio Conte is named Manager of the Year at a League Managers Association awards ceremony after leading his side to the Premier League title and FA Cup final.

  • Conte claims wounded Arsenal are FA Cup favourites

    Arsenal are favourites to beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final as they will be motivated to end their season on a high after failing to qualify for the Champions League, the Premier League champions' manager Antonio Conte says.

  • Kante wins POTY award

    Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante was named Player of the Year by the Premier League on Sunday, adding a third individual accolade to a list of achievements this season that includes winning a second consecutive Premier League title.

  • Kante claims hat-trick of individual honours

    Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is named Player of the Year by the Premier League, adding a third individual accolade to a list of achievements this season that includes winning a second consecutive Premier League title.

  • Terry in the limelight for good and bad

    John Terry has had many highs and a few lows in his two decades at Chelsea, so it was fitting that he was both hero and villain in what was possibly his last full appearance for the club he joined as a 14-year-old schoolboy.

  • Chelsea celebrate title with 4-3 romp against Watford

    Departing captain John Terry led his Chelsea champions to a rip-roaring 4-3 victory over Watford on Monday, scoring the first goal on an evening of celebration, fireworks and streamers rather than vintage football at Stamford Bridge.

  • Costa's humble beginnings

    If you go to the north-east of Brazil where the the tough, poverty-stricken state of Sergipe lies, you still have not gone far enough to enter Diego Costa country.

  • Chelsea, Spurs dominate Premier League player nominations

    Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur each have three players among the eight nominations for the Premier League Player of the Season, while the coaches of both teams have also been shortlisted for the Manager of the Year award.

  • West Brom to investigate crowd trouble at Chelsea game

    West Bromwich Albion will investigate crowd disturbances that occurred during Friday's 1-0 loss to Chelsea, who clinched the Premier League title with the victory, after media reports said that West Midlands Police arrested nine men for misconduct.

  • Proud to pass torch to compatriot: Ranieri

    Former Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri says he is proud to pass the Premier League torch to a fellow countryman as Chelsea's Antonio Conte became the fourth Italian to win the title.

  • Boro relegated as Chelsea close in on title

    Chelsea move to within touching distance of the Premier League title and condemn Middlesbrough to relegation with a breezy 3-0 home win on Monday.

  • Conte hopeful Chelsea can finish on winning note

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is satisfied with his debut Premier League season at Stamford Bridge and wants to end it on a "fantastic" note by leading his side to the title.

  • China's Tianjin denies Costa transfer report

    China Super League club Tianjin Quanjin have denied reports they signed Chelsea striker Diego Costa for a record-breaking 90 million euros ($99 million).

  • Luiz 'obsessed' with winning league title at Chelsea

    Chelsea defender David Luiz says winning the Premier League has become an "obsession" as the leaders edge ever closer to lifting this season's crown in his first campaign back at the club.

  • Conte can't guarantee Hazard stay

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has conceded he cannot guarantee Eden Hazard will still be at the club next season, amid reported interest from Real Madrid.

  • Chelsea, Spurs face stern title tests

    Antonio Conte will hope Diego Costa justifies his faith in having him rather than Everton's Romelu Lukaku as his main striker and deliver another three points in Chelsea's chase for the title on Sunday.

  • Half-ton Costa gives Chelsea breathing room

    Diego Costa scores his 50th and 51st Premier League goals as Chelsea overcame spirited Southampton 4-2.

  • N’Golo Kante named PFA Players’ Player of the Year

    N’Golo Kante was named ahead of his Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard, who was second in the voting, as well as Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexis Sanchez, at tonight’s awards ceremony in London.

  • Premier League clubs enjoy record revenues but suffer losses

    Premier League clubs' revenues reached a new high of 3.6 billion pounds ($4.6 billion) last season, business advisory firm Deloitte said in its annual analysis while noting the clubs' suffered record combined pre-tax losses of 110 million pounds.

  • Chelsea, Tottenham dominate PFA Team of the Year

    Players from Premier League title-chasers Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur dominate the Professional Football Association's Team of the Year announced on Thursday, occupying eight of the starting 11 spots.

  • Terry won't retire after leaving Chelsea

    John Terry insists he has no intention of retiring when he completes the toughest decision of his life by leaving Chelsea at the end of the season.

  • Lampard lauds Terry as greatest Premier League defender

    Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has hailed John Terry as the Premier League's greatest ever defender after the club announced their captain will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

  • ‘Spurs aiming to heap more pressure on Chelsea’

    Tottenham Hotspur can inflict another psychological blow on Premier League leaders Chelsea by beating them in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final tie at Wembley, striker Harry Kane has said.

  • Mourinho plots Blues ambush

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho must rally a fatigued and foundering team this weekend as he rekindles an increasingly thorny rivalry with his former club Chelsea, the Premier League leaders.

  • Hazard, Kante make six-man shortlist for PFA award

    Premier League-leading Chelsea's success on the pitch has been recognised by the Professional Footballer's Association (PFA) with Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante making the shortlist for the organisation's Players' Player of the Year award.

  • Drogba, career no longer rising, will end career in Phoenix

    Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has agreed to join second-tier United States team the Phoenix Rising in an effort to help them join an expanded Major League Soccer (MLS) competition before he takes an executive role with the team when he retires.