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Stalemate between Pensioners & Citizens at Stamford Bridge

Despite the crazed media build-up before yesterday’s Clash of the Titans at Stamford Bridge, neither Chelsea nor Manchester City played at full strength, due to a combination of injury, suspension and players away at the African Cup of Nations. 71 more words


Thierry Henry believes Chelsea will win the Premier League title

Sky Sports pundit and Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry, believes Chelsea will win the Premier League title this season because their manager Jose Mourinho knows how to grind out results, even when his side aren’t playing well. 410 more words

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Chelsea may have dropped points at home, but it was a very Mourinho performance

When Loïc Rémy and Sergio Agüero scored within four minutes of each other at the end of Saturday’s first half, we had reason to believe today’s showdown could be more than a José Mourinho special. 438 more words


Pellegrini "not happy with a point", takes sly shots at Mourinho's game plan

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini used his post-match press conference to take a passive-aggressive shot at the defensive soccer played by Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. 288 more words

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MATCH REPORT: Chelsea 1-1 Manchester City

Prior to David Silva’s intervention, Chelsea were eight points clear at the top. In a game where their title credentials were thoroughly examined, Jose Mourinho will have left relieved at how his side contained Manchester City, who even with both feet slammed on the accelerator could not better the current league leaders. 251 more words


Chelsea 1-1 Manchester City: Match Reaction

Match Summary

Chelsea and Manchester City saw out a cagey 1-1 draw as the lead at the top of the table remains five.

Remy put Chelsea ahead quite superbly but Silva made the lead last only four minutes, as the match was broadcast to 650 million households across the world by a record 26 TV crew stationed inside Stamford Bridge. 563 more words


Chelsea v Man City is a Fixture Struggling to Assert Its Importance

Ordinarily, a vital ‘first versus second’ match between two big clubs that could be pivotal to the title race would garner more fanfare than this. Manchester City travel to Stamford Bridge this evening looking to close the gap on leaders Chelsea to two points and breathe fresh life into the title race. 927 more words

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