LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 28: Chelsea's striker Fernando Torres (L) tussles with Tottenham Hotspur's Belgian defender Jan Vertonghen (R) after a tackle. GETTY IMAGES

Greg Dyke admits FA rules are flawed after Fernando Torres escapes punishment for scratching face of Jan Vertonghen

The Chelsea striker escaped punishment because the incident had been seen during the game, albeit only partially

Marseille midfielder Giannelli Imbula is a transfer target for Chelsea

Transfer news: Chelsea confirm they are following Marseille midfielder Gianelli Imbula with possible £25m bid in the pipeline

One of the Blues' scouts Guy Hillion has confirmed he has been watching the France Under-21 star

Jose Mourinho admits he is prepared to be frustrated as his young side matures

Jose Mourinho admits his Chelsea youngsters will frustrate him as he tries to mould them into Premier League winners

'The Special One' is prepared for the ups and downs while his squad matures into a title winning side

Juan Mata shakes the hand of Jose Mourinho after a fine performance in the Champions League

Juan Mata believes he can enjoy his best ever season at Chelsea - but admits 'I have to adapt'

Jose Mourinho has used the Spanish playmaker sparingly this season

Federico Piovaccari will pose the biggest threat to Chelsea when they face Steaua Bucharest in the Champions League tonight

Steaua Bucharest v Chelsea: Opposition analysis

A look at the Blues' Romanian opponents ahead of tonight's Champions League encounter

Lukaku scoring the third goal for Everton

Everton 3 Newcastle 2 match report: Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley on target for Toffees as Magpies nearly stage comeback

Briefly and a little shamefacedly, Goodison launched into a chorus of “Are you watching, David Moyes?” The man who made the modern Everton takes his new club to the North-east on Saturday and, even though Sunderland are bottom of the Premier League, he would probably prefer to play Newcastle.

Napoli train at the Emirates Stadium ahead of the match

Arsenal v Napoli: Rafael Benitez would like to see Arsene Wenger win the Champions League... but not this time

Benitez brings his new side to the Emirates tonight

Jose Mourinho defended his decision to alter the style of play by the Chelsea team in recent years

Jose Mourinho cuts press conference short after being angered by questions about Kevin de Bruyne

It's understood the Belgian youngster has been asked to train with the Under-21s

Chelsea's Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard (2nd R) celebrates after scoring his team's second goal

Champions League: Chelsea winger Eden Hazard to miss Steaua Bucharest clash with injury

The Belgian will not be available for Tuesday's match

Kevin de Bruyne

Kevin de Bruyne forced to train with Chelsea Under-21s following poor performance

Jose Mourinho was infuriated with display in the Capital One Cup

Juan Mata in action for Chelsea against Swindon Town in the Capital One Cup

Transfer news: Valencia could launch a £25m January offer for out-of-favour Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata

The Spaniard is believed to be concerned about his World Cup chances after slipping down Jose Mourinho's pecking order

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho 'broke down in tears' when he missed out on Manchester United job to David Moyes

The revelation comes in Spanish journalist Diego Torres' latest book Prepare to Lose: the Mourinho Era

GARY CAHILL: Along with Ivanovic had his hands full with Cardoza. Still had to make a saving tackle after Ivanovic’s goal. 6/10

Gary Cahill enjoying life at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho

The Blues take on Tottenham this weekend

Andre Villas-Boas

Andre Villas-Boas reveals he gave serious consideration to PSG move, but opted to 'stay a second year' at Tottenham

The former Chelsea manager also believes Gareth Bale could struggle in the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho

Capital One Cup: Jose Mourinho targets third League Cup with Chelsea

Swindon are the first side to stand in the Blues' way

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