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Mourinho's side could have moved up to second place with a win

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho gestures from the touchline

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Mourinho was the guest of honour at the award ceremony just hours after masterminding the 3-1 defeat of Manchester United

David Moyes (left) prowls the technical area last night as Jose Mourinho takes notes

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Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has secured a transfer to Wolfsburg

Transfer news: Chelsea flop Kevin De Bruyne completes move to Wolfsburg as Blues secure a considerable profit on his sale

De Bruyne joined Chelsea for £7m with reports in Germany claiming Wolfsburg have spent £16.7m on the Belgian who has made just nine appearances for the Blues

Chelsea attacking midfielder Willian has drawn praise from his teammate Petr Cech who claims he is only going to get better

Willian is only going to get better warns Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech

Willian has pushed Juan Mata out of the starting line-up and his performances of late have stood out among a hugely talented Blues squad

Chelsea captain John Terry and left-back Ashely Cole during the 2-1 victory over Liverpool

Chelsea captain John Terry admits Blues have their belief back after losing their 'identity' in recent years

Chelsea beat Liverpool on Sunday to strengthen their title credentials as they sit just two points behind leaders Arsenal

Eden Hazard celebrates after scoring for Chelsea against Swansea

Chelsea 1 Swansea City 0 match report: Familiar frustrations for Blues but Eden Hazard ensures they remain in the hunt

Chelsea's strikers once again failed to produce in front of goal but Hazard ensured they took maximum points in low-scoring affair

Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger shake hands

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0: Jose Mourinho mocks Arsenal fans following chants of 'boring, boring Chelsea'

The Gunners were frustrated by the Blues at the Emirates

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey tangles with Chelsea's Ramires during the draw at the Emirates

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0 match report: Referee mistakes, including Theo Walcott penalty appeal, deny Premier League top spot to Arsenal

Chelsea provided physical opposition to the Gunners at the Emirates

Mesut Özil (left) and Branislav Ivanovic square up during the match at the Emirates

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0: Jose Mourinho accuses Arsenal of 'crying too readily' as physical approach earns draw at the Emirates

Obi Mikel might well have been sent off for planting his studs on Arteta’s shin – breaking his shin-pad – but he was not

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey tangles with Chelsea's Ramires during the draw at the Emirates

Analysis: Jose Mourinho's frustrating Chelsea team show signs of 2004-07 vintage in 0-0 draw with Arsenal

The visitors will be far happier with their evening’s work, to judge by the exasperated chants of 'Boring, boring Chelsea' coming from the home fans

Ki Sung-Yong of Sunderland celebrates scoring the winning goal

Sunderland 2 Chelsea 1 match report: Jose Mourinho out of Capital One Cup following extra-time strike from Ki Sung-yueng

Chelsea manager's priority is Monday’s trip to the Emirates in the Premier League as he makes eight changes to his side for Cup tie

Transfer news: Chelsea close in on Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin

Colombian star could be on his way to Stamford Bridge this January

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