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Guardian - Tue Apr 10 2:16 PM
Former Dortmund manager one of the front-runners PSG have held talks with Antonio Conte’s representatives too PSG are edging closer to deciding who their number-one choice to replace Unai Emry is after meeting Thomas Tuchel’s representatives. The talks were positive and Tuchel is one of two front...
Guardian - Sun Apr 8 11:12 PM
Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight • Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photography The Dozen archive Continue reading
Guardian - Sun Apr 8 9:04 PM
At Chelsea on Sunday, as at many other clubs over the weekend, it was all about Ray Wilkins. But in the background it was hard to avoid the feeling of change and uncertainty to come Farewell, then, to all that. A rainy Sunday on the Fulham Road, a humdrum April draw and the embers of another fadi...
Guardian - Sun Apr 8 6:50 PM
The life of Ray Wilkins had been celebrated with gusto in this arena prior to kick-off, from banners in the stands to flowers and a vintage No 8 shirt placed on the assistant manager’s seat in the home dugout. Both sets of fans had warmed to the glimpses of the former Chelsea midfielder and coach...
Guardian - Sun Apr 8 3:39 PM
Minute-by-minute updates from the action at Stamford Bridge Who is the best fit to succeed Conte as Chelsea manager? Live scores: keep up to date with all of Sunday’s goals Send your hopes and dreams to rob.smyth@theguardian.com 3.37pm BST Chelsea were Ray Wilkins’ boyhood club - and his adulthoo...
Guardian - Sun Apr 8 11:30 AM
Luis Enrique, Max Allegri and Leonardo Jardim are in the running if Antonio Conte leaves. Our experts run the rule over them On those rare occasions that you catch a glimpse of Luis Enrique these days, he is usually in cycling gear, after some punishing ride. He has also completed the 10-hour Fra...
Guardian - Sat Apr 7 9:10 AM
Stamford Bridge will bid an emotional farewell to Ray Wilkins before a derby which will test both teams’ resolve. Chelsea suffered a fourth home defeat of the campaign last weekend, rendering their pursuit of the top four forlorn, and they may have surrendered their title by kick-off. These are d...
Guardian - Fri Apr 6 10:40 PM
• ‘Those who know me well know I am very angry and very sad’ • Chelsea manager admits Champions League hopes hang by thread Antonio Conte has been deeply hurt by Chelsea’s disastrous title defence and admits a season fraught with difficulties has given him sleepless nights. Hopes that Stamford Br...
Guardian - Fri Apr 6 10:36 PM
The talismanic Belgian explains why he feels no animosity towards the man who gave him the boot at Chelsea and why Manchester City like their music loud Kevin De Bruyne is as cool about being rejected by José Mourinho as he is when dismantling opponents with his laser-like midfield passes for Man...
Guardian - Fri Apr 6 2:29 PM
• Spurs coach believes revelation on chairman’s pay is ‘positive news’ • Stoke trip deemed more important than last week’s Chelsea game Mauricio Pochettino has responded to revelations over the salary of Tottenham’s chairman, Daniel Levy, by saying it is good news for the club. Related: Premier L...
Guardian - Thu Apr 5 9:06 AM
Today’s tell-all didn’t get where it is today without knowing a favourable report when it reads one Juan Mata may be one of the nicest men in football but his fabled geniality and generosity will not be enough to secure his future at Manchester United. A Sun “exclusive” suggests the Spaniard coul...
Guardian - Wed Apr 4 5:54 PM
Ray Wilkins, one of England's most capped footballers, has died aged 61. He made 84 England appearances, captaining his country on 10 occasions and scoring three goals. The midfielder played for Chelsea Manchester United, Milan, Rangers and QPR during his lengthy playing career, before his retire...
Guardian - Wed Apr 4 4:19 PM
England, Chelsea and Manchester United midfielder known for his grace and reliability under pressure Ray Wilkins, who has died aged 61 after a cardiac arrest , was one of England’s most capped footballers, appearing 84 times for his country between 1976 and 1986 and playing in two World Cups. A g...
Guardian - Wed Apr 4 2:52 PM
From Chelsea captain at 18 to a generous-spirited pundit, he was the most well-mannered and courteous of football men In the eyes of all who watched him captaining Chelsea at the age of 18, Ray Wilkins was a golden boy of English football. To an instinctive vision of the game and a superlative ra...
Guardian - Wed Apr 4 2:31 PM
• Wilkins won 84 England caps in 24-year playing career • Midfielder played for Chelsea, Manchester United and Rangers Ray Wilkins, the former England midfielder, has died at the age of 61. Wilkins, whose clubs included Chelsea, Manchester United, Queens Park Rangers and Rangers in a 24-year play...