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Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas says attackers now 'stand a leg out'

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Andre Villas-Boas today received more backing from former club Porto as speculation continued over the Chelsea boss' future.

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas says attackers now 'stand a leg out'

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John Terry and Harry Redknapp know their England futures will be determined by the court cases

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Upcoming court cases for key figures Terry and Redknapp will shape England's future in 2012

Chelsea manager Villas-Boas insists there is no role at Stamford Bridge for Guus Hiddink

Villas-Boas starts to feel the strain

Chelsea manager admits job is on line but claims Abramovich's backing

Guus Hiddink was unable to take Turkey to Euro 2012

Chelsea 'have no plans' to bring back Hiddink

Chelsea are understood to have no current plans to bring Guus Hiddink back to the club in the capacity of technical director following the Dutchman's departure from the Turkey national team.

No comeback for Hiddink

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Bilic wary of Turkey fightback

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Ireland's players appeal in vain to the referee after Thierry Henry's infamous handball in 2009

Republic's history of (mainly) play-off pain

Ireland face Estonia tomorrow in leg one of their duel to win a Euros place. But they have a bleak record with just one success in five attempts in the last 16 years. Jack Pitt-Brooke talks to some of the players who suffered – and those who enjoyed the solitary victory

Guus Hiddink would consider Inter Milan says agent

Guus Hiddink's agent has suggested the Dutchman may be interested in becoming the next coach of Inter Milan.

Chelsea in talks with striker Romelu Lukaku

Anderlecht have confirmed for the first time they and Chelsea are in discussions over Romelu Lukaku moving to Stamford Bridge.

Spurs to up Modric wages to ward off Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur will offer Luka Modric a new contract this summer but they will not entertain any offers for the Croatian international from Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City.

Chelsea: potential summer transfer targets

Chelsea endured a poor season (by Roman Abramovich's standards), finishing second in the league and being comfortably beaten by Manchester United in the Champions League. Manager Carlo Ancelotti paid the price.

Manager search nearing conclusion say Chelsea

Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay is hopeful the club's search for a new manager is coming to an end but refused to be drawn on whether Guus Hiddink will return to Stamford Bridge.

'He's full of fire and dignity': Why Chelsea are so keen to get Hiddink

The charismatic Dutchman's successful spell at the club in 2009 convinced Abramovich that he is the man who can finally bring European glory to SW6

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