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The two managers have both enjoyed extensive success throughout Europe

Liverpool must cut out inconsistency says Stewart Downing

Reds have European football in sight

Ramires (l) of Chelsea celebrates scoring his teaam's second goal with team-mates Cesar Azpilicueta and Juan Mata (r)

Chelsea comeback against Manchester United causes fixture headache for the FA

Finding space for Stamford Bridge replay will prove difficult

Rafael Benitez (right) poured scorn on Sir Alex Ferguson’s claim that the exertions of playing Real Madrid caused Manchester United's collapse against Chelsea

FA Cup: Sir Alex Ferguson's feud with Rafael Benitez reignited after dramatic draw between Manchester United and Chelsea

Managers exchange swipes and refuse to shake hands after Cup tie ends 2-2 with City awaiting winners

Wayne Rooney celebrates after scoring against Chelsea yesterday

A new chapter for Wayne Rooney - but still no clues as to his Manchester United future

Some selfishness wouldn’t go amiss from Rooney. Is he a striker? Is he a midfielder? He seems stranded in between

‘We must play every game as a final,’ says Branislav Ivanovic

FA Cup: Chelsea must find some fight to save season, says Ivanovic

Defender says it is time for team to show some character ahead of Cup trip to United

Daniel Sturridge (left) and Luis Suarez started together for the first time on Saturday

Liverpool planning to unleash 'nightmare' strike pairing of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge on Tottenham

The sides meet in the Premier League this weekend

Chelsea’s David Luiz trains ahead of tonight’s game in Bucharest

David Luiz eager for Chelsea to prove Premier League is the best in the world by winning Europa League

The Champions League holders take on Steaua Bucharest

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Top-four finish priority for Chelsea confirms chief executive Ron Gourlay

The Blues remain in the Europa League and FA Cup

The Debate: Poll shows readers think Chelsea more likely to miss out on top four than Tottenham

Arsenal the favourites to miss out Champions League qualification

Tottenham's Gareth Bale has scored six goals in his last five games

Gareth Bale 'the best British player around' says Gary Lineker

Former England striker stops short of comparisons to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi

Rafael Benitez takes Chelsea training at Cobham yesterday

Fan's Eye View: Rafael Benitez should go now. If he's at the West Brom game, it'll be extraordinary

There will be little cheer when he is sacked, just a huge sense of relief among Chelsea fans

Rafael Benitez shouts instructions to his players last night

Chelsea fans don't have to worry now, says furious Rafael Benitez as exit is confirmed

Interim manager insists Chelsea supporters should have given him more respect but they will get their way because he has no intention of sticking around

Gary Cahill believes a “ridiculous” fixture list is endangering Chelsea's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League

Gary Cahill believes 'ridiculous' fixture list is endangering Chelsea's hopes of qualifying for Champions League

Defender Gary Cahill believes a “ridiculous” fixture list is endangering Chelsea's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.

Petr Cech

Petr Cech: Chelsea won't win title, but can pinch second spot from Manchester City

Petr Cech believes Chelsea are capable of overhauling Manchester City and laying claim to second spot behind Manchester United, the Premier League leaders.

Fernando Torres missed several good chances for Chelsea

Ryan Bertrand: Chelsea never feared Europa League exit

Full-back Ryan Bertrand never feared Chelsea would crash out of the Europa League last night, despite waiting until the final kick of the game to seal their progress to the last 16.

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