Chelsea captain John Terry

Gary Cahill accepts criticism from Chelsea captain John Terry

JT used programme notes to blast recent performances

Mikel and Clattenburg: Chelsea weren't looking for a fight until players' anger became clear. Mikel would not back down

Referees union expresses dismay at 'leniency' of John Obi Mikel's punishment

Chelsea midfielder confronted referee Mark Clattenburg

John Terry sparks his team-mates into life by labelling Chelsea form as worst he's ever seen at club

Absent captain makes feelings on recent performances known

Stand by me: Martin O’Neill’s Sunderland have just one win in the past 17 games. He says improvement ‘will be slow’

Martin O'Neill plans to strengthen Sunderland in January

Manager planning January transfer window moves

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Brazilian defender Wallace signs for Chelsea

Chelsea yesterday agreed their first signing of the January transfer window, for the 18-year-old Brazilian right-back Wallace who will remain on loan at his club Fluminense until the end of the season.

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Rafael Benitez: Fernando Torres is amazing... at clearing the ball

Chelsea manager pin-points a less appreciated side of the misfiring striker's game

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres

Misfiring Fernando Torres insists Chelsea switch has been a success

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres today insisted his move from Liverpool has been a success and is determined to see out his contract at Stamford Bridge which runs out in 2017.

John Terry scores the opener for Chelsea against Liverpool
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres

Olympic gold medal winner Darren Campbell offers to help Fernando Torres regain lost pace

Torres does not look as sharp at Chelsea as during his time at Liverpool

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Could be John Terry's successor at both club and international level. Cahill, 26, has won 10 caps for England, but would have had more had he not suffered a broken jaw before Euro 2012. An unused substitute in England's last two fixtures.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill fit for west London derby against Fulham

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Figures released confirm that Abramovich has converted another £166.6m owed to him into shares in the club

Petr Cech says Chelsea players must adapt or leave

Petr Cech has delivered a stark ultimatum to any Chelsea player opposed to Roman Abramovich's hiring and firing policy, saying: “If you don't like it, you can leave.”

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Reunited with Rafa Benitez: Did Fernando Torres respond to his mentor?

If there was one man at Stamford Bridge who should have been thrilled to see Rafael Benitez arrive, it was Fernando Torres. He did not score yesterday but there was enough improvement to suggest he might well benefit from the management of his old mentor

Rafael Benitez confident he can appease unhappy Chelsea fans as he appoints Boudewijn Zenden

Chelsea will still go ahead with their plans to sign another forward in January

'Blame me for this defeat,' said underfire Di Matteo

Roberto Di Matteo said that he had to shoulder the blame for Chelsea's 3-0 defeat to Juventus last night that leaves the club on the brink of elimination at the Champions League group stage next month.

Taking steps: Barnes says England should follow Germany's lead

Barnes fears for England in trying to catch Spain best

That goal in Rio de Janeiro's Maracana nearly three decades ago provided a tantalising hint of what English football could produce, but John Barnes has provided a sobering assessment of the national team's long road to aspirations of silverware. Things may get worse before they get better, he says, because the power of the Premier League will continue to prevent young players gaining the top-flight experience integral to the flourishing of Spain and Germany.

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History catches up with Erich Honecker - the East German leader who praised the Iron Curtain and claimed it prevented a Third World War
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