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Blues remain in the Europa League and FA Cup

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Chelsea midfielder lashed out during Capital One Cup semi-final against Swansea

Rafa Benitez had sought to belittle Michael Laudrup’s job

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Chelsea have suffered from inconsistency since Benitez took over

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Rafael Benitez admits to crisis talks with senior Chelsea staff including Frank Lampard and John Terry

Manager has discussed how to improve team's season with Emenalo, Lampard and Terry

Rafael Benitez: 'When I came, the team were conceding every game, but now we're conceding half as many and scoring more than anyone'

Rafael Benitez not expecting further transfer funds to be made available at Chelsea

The Blues signed Demba Ba earlier this month

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John Terry demands team-mates raise their game to save Chelsea's season

Inconsistent performances threaten to derail Blues' season

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Michael Calvin: Bees' taste of honey sweetens sour taste of modern football

The Last Word: Brentford and a professional gambler are out to show that maybe there is life in the old game yet

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After 63 years Brentford get another crack at old rivals Chelsea

The Bees have seen some dark days since the last time they met Chelsea in the FA Cup. Now the club are buzzing again, writes Steve Tongue

Chris Hughton wants a reaction from his players after the 5-0 loss to Liverpool

Hughton buckles up for a bumpy ride against old friend

Norwich coach hopes Cup tie against Luton will spark revival for Premier League side

Petr Cech calls on Chelsea to be more clinical

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