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David Gill has stood aside for group managing director Richard Arnold as well

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Businessman jailed for £16m student fraud

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Drogba silent on Inter claims

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has refused to comment about his alleged secret meeting with Inter Milan sporting director Marco Branca on Monday night.

Chelsea not looking to spend, says Kenyon

Chelsea are unlikely to bolster their squad in the January transfer window, chief executive Peter Kenyon said on Monday.

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No January buys for Chelsea says Kenyon

Chief executive Peter Kenyon today confirmed Chelsea have no plans to enter the transfer market in January - because he believes manage Luiz Felipe Scolari can deliver success with the tools he has available.

Scudamore insists relegation will remain

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore insisted today that promotion and relegation remain fundamental to English football.

Chelsea offer 'Robinho' shirts

Chelsea have risked angering Real Madrid by advertising replica Robinho shirts for sale before the transfer for the Brazil forward has been completed.

Chelsea expect to sign Robinho in next 48 hours

Chelsea expect to sign Brazilian forward Robinho from Real Madrid in the next 48 hours, Sky Sports News quoted chief executive Peter Kenyon as saying today.

Labour in crisis: Is it really all over for Brown?

No 10's hopes that last week would mark the beginning of a comeback for the PM were dashed as the Scottish Nationalists seized Glasgow East in Labour's latest by-election fiasco. Westminster believes he is finished. Jane Merrick and Brian Brady report

Robinho would be last signing says Kenyon

Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has admitted Robinho would be the club's final signing of the summer if they are successful in their attempts to land the Brazilian.

Cech extends Chelsea contract

Petr Cech has signed a new five-year contract with Chelsea, according to the club's official website.

Kenyon says Lampard will see out contract

Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon expects Frank Lampard to honour the remainder of his contract if they cannot persuade him to sign a new deal.

The Nick Townsend column: Blue heaven with Jose's older, wiser brother in charge

England's loss will be Chelsea's gain as the hard man with a sense of theatre can take good football and more trophies to the Bridge

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