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The Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a “corrupt world”, his daughter claimed.
Rafa Benitez claimed yesterday that a number of his Chelsea players had given him their private support after his Wednesday-night broadside against the club’s supporters and board, as the interim manager tried to calm another explosive few days at Chelsea.
The Chelsea interim manager is on the edge
Spaniard promises to quit at the end of the season but rant at Chelsea and their fans could bring earlier exit
Rafael Benitez will include Petr Cech and Demba Ba in his side to face Wigan today, despite both players suffering broken bones in the last week, highlighting the importance of the meeting with the relegation-threatened side to Chelsea’s efforts to revive their bid to finish in the Premier League’s top four and the interim manager’s prospects of seeing out his short-term contract.
Everything from political rants to football transfer news is now being rendered through the medium of song
Blackpool midfielder also linked with Newcastle, Tottenham and Liverpool
Swansea host Chelsea in the semi-final of the Capital One Cup tonight
Brazilian outsiders will swap flair for defensive fortitude in bid to stop Europe’s winning run
Juan Mata insists Chelsea's players are fully behind Rafael Benitez's mini-revolution.
Former caretaker manager linked with return
Interim-manager yet to win a match
The primal scream of a man denied natural justice contrasts vividly with Chelsea's self-serving crisis-management response
Benitez expected to field questions about his unpopularity amongst Chelsea fans after controversial comments as Liverpool boss
Andre Villas-Boas painted a vivid picture of the brutal reality of life as Chelsea manager by claiming that sackings represent "just another day at the office" at Stamford Bridge.
A blip is no excuse to sack a fine manager like this Italian