- Fri Aug 17 7:25 PM
Cesc Fabregas will miss Saturday's clash against Arsenal, but Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri insists the Spaniard will not be a long-term absentee.
- Fri Aug 17 6:08 PM
Could prove crucial.
- Fri Aug 17 2:33 PM
ESPN FC's Craig Burley details the expectations for new managers Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery ahead of Chelsea and Arsenal's match this weekend. Stewart Robson and Craig Burley strongly disagree with the selection of Jorginho as Chelsea's most important player this season by ESPN FC's correspond...
- Fri Aug 17 1:51 PM
Strange one, this.
- Fri Aug 17 1:47 PM
CHELSEA star Cesc Fabregas has been ruled out of tomorrow's clash against former side Arsenal.
- Thu Aug 16 2:41 PM
Bit of a crisis at left-back for Emery!
- Thu Aug 16 11:40 AM
ARSENAL ace Ainsley Maitland-Niles has suffered a fracture to his left leg and will be out for eight weeks.
- Thu Aug 16 5:50 AM
CHELSEA midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek is hoping to make the advanced third-man midfield spot his own under Maurizio Sarri.
- Wed Aug 15 4:56 PM
NACHO MONREAL could hand Arsenal boss Unai Emery a welcome injury boost after he took part in full training today.
- Wed Aug 15 1:21 AM
The ex-Chelsea goalkeeper will not be playing.
- Tue Aug 14 9:19 AM
CHELSEA midfielder Cesc Fabregas is set to miss the Premier League clash with Arsenal this weekend.
- Mon Aug 13 11:18 PM
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is reportedly a major doubt for the Arsenal clash due to injury, in what looks a potential boost for the Gunners. Although the Blues have plenty of other options in the middle of the park in the form of N’Golo Kante, Jorginho and summer signing Mateo Kovacic, Unai...
- Mon Aug 13 9:27 PM
Major blow for Maurizio Sarri.
- Mon Aug 13 4:37 PM
ARSENAL midfielder Aaron Ramsey
has issued a rallying cry to his team-mates following their opening day loss to Manchester City.
|Sergio Ramos' comments? We must bring manners and respect with us wherever we go,
Hopping on a moving train is not good for top coaches and right now, I don't feel the need to return immediately,
Conte said. Maybe I'll change my mind in two or three months -- never say never -- but today I'm really convinced that it's best to wait for a project all of my own.
Roberto (Mancini) I think is the right person to start this path with the national team,
said Conte. I see many good young players. It's good news for the future. We need to be patient always remembering that we're talking of the Italian national team.
Real Madrid? As I see it, it is better to wait until the end of the season than to take a train running now,
said Conte. I want to wait for June and start again with a new project. In three months I could change my mind and deny everything, but I've always thought of it this way.