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How the players fared in the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge

City seal third with comfortable win at Bolton

Bolton 0 Manchester City 2

Promised land beckons for City – but the battle will be staying there

Mancini fears limited funds this summer will make fighting on two fronts tricky next term

'Safety's in our hands,' says Kean after overdue victory

Blackburn Rovers 1 Bolton Wanderers 0

Wenger failed to react when Chelsea moved the goalposts

London rivals started spending in order to catch United, but Arsenal manager opted to invest in youth – and it has not worked

Cahill 'barely recognised' Bolton flops

Gary Cahill has said he was "terribly disappointed" with Bolton's 5-0 defeat to Stoke on Sunday. The centre-back despaired of how his team "just collapsed" in the semi-final at Wembley, and said he barely recognised the performance.

Gary Cahill stunned by Bolton defeat

Gary Cahill has revealed Bolton's players were left dumbstruck by their wretched performance in the club's FA Cup semi-final thrashing by Stoke.

Etherington and Pennant wreck Bolton's notion of Cup romance

Bolton Wanderers 0 Stoke City 5

Rampant Stoke demolish Bolton in FA Cup

Bolton 0 Stoke 5

Smalling looks a secure asset in United defence, declares Vidic

Nemanja Vidic is predicting a big Manchester United future for young defender Chris Smalling.

Sturridge brace helps earns Bolton easy win

Bolton 3 West Ham 0

Birmingham win boosts survival hopes

Birmingham 2 Bolton 1

Gary Cahill hails improvement of Ashley Young

Gary Cahill believes his one-time Aston Villa team-mate Ashley Young "can play on any stage" after fully realising his potential at international level during the past month.

Ashley Young keen to retain England place

Ashley Young wants to be part of Fabio Capello's new-look England after making another favourable impression during last night's friendly international with Ghana at Wembley.

Bolton late show is another blow for under-fire Houllier

Bolton Wanderers 3 Aston Villa 2

Ten-man Newcastle hold out for draw

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