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'Chaotic' Liverpool 'more serious' than Chelsea reveals Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres is convinced he made the right decision to leave Liverpool for Chelsea after failing to believe in talk of new projects at Anfield, the Spain striker said today.

Ancelotti admits to bad times behind the scenes

Carlo Ancelotti has achieved much in his time at Chelsea, not least dispelling the idea that successful managers need to bad-mouth referees and behave with aggression and attitude.

Fernando Torres wants time to settle at Chelsea

Fernando Torres insists it was always going to take him time to settle at Chelsea as his search for his first goal for the club continues.

Didier Drogba has no desire to leave Chelsea

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba claims he has everything he dreams of at Stamford Bridge and has no desire to leave.

Fernando Torres still learning Chelsea style

Fernando Torres admits it is up to him to adapt to Chelsea's style of play as he looks finally to break his scoring duck for his new club against Manchester United tomorrow.

Relegation could force player sales admit Wolves

Chief executive Jez Moxey has admitted Wolves may have to sell players if they are relegated from the Barclays Premier League.

Darren Bent content to be 'forgotten' January transfer

Darren Bent believes the "crazy" money spent on Fernando Torres and Andy Carroll has made him something of a forgotten man.

Confidence soars at Copenhagen for tilt at Chelsea

Spirits are high at Scandinavia's new force with their players feeling the English champions are there for the taking tonight

Fernando Torres not to blame for Chelsea stumble insists Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti today leapt to the defence of Gennaro Gattuso following the AC Milan midfielder's headbutt on Tottenham coach Joe Jordan.

Chelsea finishing outside top four 'unthinkable', say club legends

Chelsea finishing outside the top four in the Premier League this season is unthinkable, according to Marcel Desailly and Graeme Le Saux. But the former Stamford Bridge stars both insisted yesterday that Carlo Ancelotti would remain the right man to lead the faltering Blues even if they did not qualify for the Champions League.

Hoddle apologises for Torres remark

Glenn Hoddle has apologised for the comments he made on Sky's Monday night broadcast of Fulham against Chelsea.

Glenn Hoddle apologises after racist gaffe on Sky Sports

Glenn Hoddle today apologised for comments he made live on air during Sky's broadcast of the Barclays Premier League game between Fulham and Chelsea last night.

Carlo Ancelotti defends Fernando Torres display

Carlo Ancelotti insisted he had not abandoned his plans to partner Fernando Torres with Didier Drogba despite dropping the latter for Chelsea's west London derby draw at Fulham.

Kenny Dalglish has 'galvanised' Liverpool says Jamie Carragher

Liverpool veteran Jamie Carragher admits he was worried about the club's future - but feels the mood at Anfield has been transformed by Kenny Dalglish's return.

Chelsea can incorporate Fernando Torres insists Carlo Ancelotti

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is confident his squad is versatile enough to incorporate £50million new boy Fernando Torres.

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