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Dare Hiddink risk what can be a graveyard for reputations?

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Lacklustre Chelsea felled by Beckford stunner

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Ancelotti: I won't cry if I am sacked

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Carlo Ancelotti will accept Chelsea fate

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Kalou fails to give backing to Ancelotti

Salomon Kalou has become the first Chelsea player to hint at a public dissatisfaction with Carlo Ancelotti as the club's Italian manager waits to hear his fate at the end of the season.

FA warn Tony Pulis after complimenting referee Howard Webb

Stoke manager Tony Pulis has been warned as to his future conduct by the Football Association after making complimentary comments about referee Howard Webb.

FA climbdown sees Ferguson and Ancelotti escape censure

Managers go unpunished despite breaking rule that bans talking about referees before a game

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti hit with FA warning

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and Chelsea counterpart Carlo Ancelotti have both received warnings from the Football Association for making comments about Howard Webb before their recent Barclays Premier League clash.

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admits he could have done better

Carlo Ancelotti admits he could have done a better job as Chelsea manager this season ahead of what could be his final week in charge.

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