News Boris Berezovsky’s legal battles may have cost him up to £100m

Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky may have left debts of more than £300m when he died in “tragic and mysterious” circumstances, the High Court heard today.

Roman Abramovich thanked all the supporters in a rare message

Roman Abramovich spreads the love ten years after Chelsea takeover

Jose Mourinho says the players all appreciate the new relaxed atmosphere at the club

Roman Abramovich's 10-year Chelsea anniversary: Financial fair play to dictate Jose Mourinho's second spell at Chelsea

The Blues owner reaches 10 years in charge today as the club remind Mourinho that academy development is a necessity

Fernandinho's arrival puts the futures of Javi Garcia and Gareth Barry at risk

Fernandinho wrote off £4m in bonuses to secure £30m move to Manchester City

The Brazil international becomes City's first official signing

Billionaires defeated in bid to grab control of JKX Oil

The controversial Ukrainian and Russian billionaires attempting to oust the boss of JKX Oil and Gas were crushingly defeated by an army of small shareholders last night after a meeting in which one demanded they "get their tanks off our lawn".

Frank Lampard said that the return of Jose Mourinho would transform Chelsea again

Frank Lampard ready for the latest revolution at Chelsea with Jose Mourinho set to return

The midfielder has agreed a new one-year deal

Chelsea were crowned 2004-05 League Cup Champions at the Millennium Stadium after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Liverpool, gifting Abramovich his first piece of silverware as the club's owner.

In pictures: The major trophies won by Chelsea during the Roman Abramovich era

Last night saw the Blues clinch their 11th trophy under the Russian

A quietly English (but high security) funeral with a Russian cast for Boris Berezovsky

At a Surrey cemetery, it was a rather English affair, but with a Russian cast.

Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski celebrates after scoring against Real Madrid last week

Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund: Europe's balance of power tipping towards a German Bundesliga that's expert in balancing books

Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich prove financial prudence can be launch pad to glory

Chelsea captain John Terry

John Terry expects Chelsea contract talks to take place this summer

Captain will have one year left to run on current deal at the end of the season

Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a 'corrupt world', his daughter claimed

'Honesty does not cut it in this corrupt world': Boris Berezovsky daughter speaks out to defend him

The Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a “corrupt world”, his daughter claimed.

Truphone to target cheap domestic calls

Truphone, the British telecoms group which focuses on business customers, will target the general consumer market by the end of this year.

Rafael Benitez repeated the phrase that the Chelsea fans and players must ‘stick together’

Rafa Benitez attempts to calm Chelsea storm

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.

John Terry and Rafael Benitez

Rafael Benitez reaction: Board backing essential for managers, says Tony Pulis

The Chelsea interim manager is on the edge

Rafael Benitez loses his cool at the Riverside Stadium last night

Rafael Benitez to exit Chelsea and tells fans: 'Don't waste your time with banners'

Spaniard promises to quit at the end of the season but rant at Chelsea and their fans could bring earlier exit

Mansion tax: It always seems to work out that taxing the rich is pointless, doesn’t it?

If this is the politics of envy, you can count me in

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