Carlo Ancelotti again refuses to speak about future

Carlo Ancelotti refused to speculate on whether a sensational late comeback in the Barclays Premier League title race would see him avoid the sack after Chelsea closed to within six points of Manchester United.

Arsenal still in title race after draw, says Wenger

Spurs fight back from 3-1 down in six-goal thriller as Chelsea move up to second

Ancelotti refuses to give up on the title after Drogba rolls back years

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Chelsea up to second after beating Birmingham

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Blackpool manager Ian Holloway 'ready to snarl' in relegation fight

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway told his side it was time to start all over again after they slipped into the Barclays Premier League relegation zone for the first time this season with a 3-1 home defeat against Wigan.

Chelsea rally round Torres but still follow Drogba's lead

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Chelsea deliver crushing defeat to West Brom

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Ancelotti praises misfiring strikers as Europe's best

The Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti likes to say he never asks his strikers to score goals, but perhaps he should start. Ancelotti yesterday described his quartet of strikers as among the best in Europe, even though collectively they have failed to score in the past five Premier League games, ever since Fernando Torres made his debut following his £50m move from Liverpool.

Anelka happy to start on the bench

Nicolas Anelka accepts that he may find himself confined to the bench again when Chelsea face Stoke tomorrow.

Luiz heroics allow Chelsea to believe in the title again

Chelsea 2 Manchester City 0: Hopes grow at Stamford Bridge while loss leaves City looking over their shoulders

Ancelotti admits he could leave Chelsea this summer

City beaten 2-0 at Bridge but Chelsea's executive says manager's position will be reviewed

Late win lifts Chelsea into third spot

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Didier Drogba to enter talks with Chelsea

Didier Drogba has revealed he will hold talks with Chelsea about his future at the end of the season.

Drogba happy to play second fiddle at Chelsea

Didier Drogba has promised not to walk out on Chelsea despite having fallen down the pecking order since the arrival of Fernando Torres.

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