London Evening Standard
- Thu Aug 31 10:05 PM
Any potential fears over Eden Hazard
's comeback from injury for Belgium were allayed as the Chelsea star scored and assisted another goal in a 9-0 rout of Gibraltar.
- Thu Aug 31 8:14 PM
The Red Devils take on the international minnows in a World Cup qualifier, and Hazard has been thrown in from the start by Roberto Martinez
- Wed Aug 30 6:26 PM
is set to make his comeback tomorrow for Belgium leaving Chelsea boss Antonio Conte sweating over the fitness of his star man.
- Wed Aug 30 5:38 PM
is delighted to be back in contention again, having not featured for Chelsea in the last three months.
- Tue Aug 29 1:50 PM
may be close to returning to full fitness, but he has been warned he could struggle to make an immediate return to the Chelsea first team. Hazard has yet to feature for Chelsea this season as he recovers from ankle surgery. The former Lille playmaker has joined up with the Belgium nat...
- Tue Aug 29 10:07 AM
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is a little wary of Eden Hazard
being called up for Belgium as he recovers from injury. Eden Hazard
is the only person who should decide when he makes his comeback after recovering from a broken ankle, Chelsea and Belgium teammate Thibaut Courtois has said. Hazard brok...
- Tue Aug 29 2:38 AM
SkySports Belgium manager Roberto Martinez says there is a "great possibility" that Eden Hazard
will play against Gibraltar on Thursday. The Chelsea forward has been on the sidelines since undergoing ankle surgery this summer after fracturing it on international and more »
London Evening Standard
- Mon Aug 28 8:39 PM
Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez says there is a "great possibility" Chelsea forward Eden Hazard
could play in a World Cup qualifier against Gibraltar despite his ongoing recovery from ankle surgery.
- Sun Aug 27 10:58 PM
Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman reveal and discuss the U.S. team to face Costa Rica and Honduras in World Cup qualifying. The FC crew assess the impact of John Brooks' injury on the U.S. ahead of crucial matches in World Cup qualifying. U.S. soccer president Sunil Gulati is confident that North...
- Sun Aug 27 3:17 PM
The Spanish duo have been named in the starting line up for Antonio Conte's side, while Sandro
returns from injury for the Toffees
|Because here, I think, it's his home,
Sarri said. We will be patient with him because he's a boy from the academy. That's a difficult situation. It's better for him to try and improve here. But that's my opinion. I may not be right.
Sarri told Chelsea's website : I was a little bit surprised, because he wants to score in every match, but I appreciated it because he gave the ball to Willy.
The club told me he's out of the market [in January] for sure and probably he will be out of the market in July,
I have not the power to sign new contracts here,
Sarri said. On the pitch I am really very happy with him.