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Keane left the station this week to concentrate on his coaching commitments

Kurt Zouma could move on Friday

Kurt Zouma: Chelsea sign £12.5m French defender - so what now for John Terry?

Captain's future uncertain after the arrival of French defender

Roy Hodgson will hope a poor second half has no ‘relevance’

England 0 Germany 1: Joe Hart's rush of blood at Wembley will not have impressed Roy Hodgson

This was potentially the last match he will play until March unless his City team-mate Costel Pantilimon loses form

Ramires beats the keeper to give Chelsea the lead
Argentinos Junior midfielder Gaspar Iniguez takes a boot to the face by Boca Juniors Christian Erbes

Video: A boot to the face, three broken teeth and a yellow card for midfielder who showed 'impressive bravery' by diving head-first into an opponents boot

Argentinos Junior midfielder Gaspar Iniguez made the peculiar decision to use his head - literally - to try and prevent the opposition's counter attack

Bridge building: Oscar puts Chelsea ahead despite the effort of Kieran Richardson (left) to stop him

Chelsea 2 Fulham 0 match report: Blues uninspiring in climb to the top

Oscar and Mikel earn victory but Mourinho has much work to do

Roman Zozulya has been one of the keys to Ukraine’s resurgence this year and he remains in a streak of exceptional form

Ukraine will look to their Wayne Rooney clone, Roman Zozulya

He might look familiar as England play their crucial World Cup qualifier in Kiev

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Album of the Week: Rizzle dazzle with a fast-talking slice of everyday life

Hugo Campagnaro was sent-off for this horror challenge on Chelsea captain John Terry

Chelsea 2 Inter Milan 0 match report: John Terry involved in horror tackle as Jose Mourinho beats former side

Hugo Campagnaro is shown a straight red card for a dangerous challenge on Chelsea captain

Chelsea playmaker Oscar

Chelsea 2 Inter Milan 0 match report: Oscar and Eden Hazard on target as Jose Mourinho defeats former team in Indianapolis

20 members of the Chelsea squad got a run out during the game

Branislav Ivanovic, Ramires, Lucas Piazon and Nathaniel Chalobah pose for a photo with children at a coaching clinic session

Indonesia All-Stars 1 Chelsea 8 - player ratings

Man-for-man marking from the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta

Australia's Kurtley Beale joins fall guys without a leg to stand on

It is one of the mad ironies of rugby that a Lions Test of ebb and flow, bash and sashay, and 43 players whose every aching moment is dedicated to standing up for their mates should come down to one kick by one man. Kurtley Beale's final-minute penalty attempt to win the match for Australia transported him out of the ultimate team game into the loneliness of the long-distance goal-kicker. His miss and the manner of it, as his standing left leg slipped from under him and he fell flat on his back on the spiteful Suncorp Stadium turf, joined the horrible history of defeats settled in a single act.

<b>May 2013:</b> After days of hints over an exit, during a press conference in Uruguay Suarez confirms he wishes to leave Liverpool, blaming press intrusion for he desire to go.
Mourinho, Rooney and Torres

Jose Mourinho at Chelsea: new manager opens door to Wayne Rooney transfer by telling Manchester United striker to move 'where he will find happiness'

The Chelsea manager claims the unsettled England striker 'is a little bit like me' while giving no assurances over the future of Fernando Torres

Wayne Rooney, left, and Phil Jagielka, right, at St George’s Park

England v Republic of Ireland: Phil Jagielka is in mood to state Three Lions case

Everton defender may lack swagger but has pedigree to fill gap left by Rio Ferdinand and John Terry

Rio Ferdinand and Sir Alex Ferguson share a moment after the former's winning goal gave Manchester United a 2-1 win over Swansea

Rio Ferdinand retirement: The Manchester United defender earned the right to call time on his England career

After 81 caps, Ferdinand will not represent his country again

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