Conte says the Premier League title race is still open after Chelsea’s draw
13 February 2017 | 4:04 am
Antonio Conte says the Premier League title race is still open after Chelsea's 1-1 draw at Burnley.
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Jurgen Klopp is delighted to see his side beat Chelsea 5-3 before lifting the Premier League trophy at Anfield.
28 Jul 2020
Frank Lampard was full of praise for Pedro's time at Chelsea.
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Arsenal fans celebrate outside their home Emirates Stadium following their team's record 14th FA cup win, beating Chelsea 2-1 in final at an empty Wembley.
25 Jan 2021
Chelsea are on the verge of sacking manager Frank Lampard after a run of five defeats in eight league games left the London side ninth in the Premier League standings, British media reported.
27 Jan 2021
Thomas Tuchel has been named Chelsea manager in the wake of Frank Lampard's sacking, the Premier League club said on Tuesday. The 47-year-old German, the former Borussia Dortmund, and Paris St Germain coach have agreed on an 18-month contract with the possibility of an extension.
1 Feb 2021
Solomon Fowowe on The Nutmeg this week talks about Chelsea FC's new manager Thomas Tuchel and asks 'Should the countdown to Tuchel's Chelsea sack begin'?
5 Feb 2021
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1 Mar 2021
Chelsea played out a draw against Manchester United in a game where both teams' lack of cutting edge in attack was glaring. On #TheNutmeg, Solomon Fowowe muses what solution Chelsea and Manchester United must come up with to solve their attacking issues. Also, watch out for The Nutmeg's Player of the weekend.
8 Apr 2021
Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel praised his side for overcoming the shock of last week's 5-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion as they beat Porto 2-0 in Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg.
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Tolu Olorunmoteni and Solomon Fowowe discuss Chelsea FC and Man City's quest for a quadruple at the Premier League.
18 Apr 2021
"It will be a good battle," says Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola on the eve of the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea. "He knows how I admire him and how good he is as a manager," he adds on Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel, as both are still in the race for the Champions League title.
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