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Chelsea team up with Refuge to help those at risk of domestic abuse

Chelsea teams back campaign to support potential victimsEmma Hayes: ‘It is important we support the vulnerable’Coronavirus – latest updates | See all our coronavirus coverageChelsea have teamed up with the domestic abuse charity Refuge to help provide …

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Pay cuts, furlough or deferrals: what are the Premier League clubs doing?

From Arsenal to Wolves, we look at what the clubs are doing regarding pay for players, non-playing staff and casual staffArsenal continue to monitor the situation regarding player and staff wages and are playing an active role in the Premier League’s d…

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Luiz Felipe Scolari: ‘Everything I did as a manager, I learned as a teacher’

Big Phil chats about his tussles with England, winning the World Cup with Brazil, Ronaldinho’s cross, the 7-1, why it did not work for him at Chelsea and why he loves English fansBy Joshua Law for Yellow & Green FootballAsk any of the footballers w…

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Eight West Ham players in self-isolation with mild coronavirus symptoms

Karren Brady says unnamed players ‘seem to be well’Chelsea’s Pedro is separated from family by lockdownCoronavirus – latest updates | See all our coverageWest Ham have eight players in self-isolation showing mild symptoms of coronavirus, according to t…

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My favourite game: Chelsea v Napoli 2012 | Luke McLaughlin

As this unforgettable night wore on, the teams abandoned their tactical systems and went for the jugular Eamon Dunphy once described a hectic, high-scoring Premier League encounter as “like watching two drunks fighting in an alley”. He wasn’t being who…

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The footballers who have already agreed to switch clubs this summer

Chelsea, Barcelona, Ajax, Benfica and Bayern Munich are all expecting to welcome new players onboard this summerBy Martin Laurence for WhoScoredWith football quite rightly postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic, there is so much up in the air. Leagues…

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When football played on during world war one and inflamed a London derby

The 1914-15 season, which was played out to the backdrop of a world war, is one of the most controversial in historyBy Richard Foster for the Guardian Sport NetworkThese are unprecedented times, but the Football League also had to face the prospect of …

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Chelsea v Leeds United: 1970 FA Cup final replay – live!

Launching our new twice-weekly reports, kick-off 3pm GMTBoth teams bidding for first FA Cup after Wembley draw Feel free to email scott.murray@theguardian.com 2.20pm GMT Both teams are unchanged from the first match, with one exception: David Harvey re…

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English football should prepare for a new financial reality after coronavirus

The pandemic will have a huge financial impact on footballers, with many already fearful of losing their livelihoodsBy Gavin Willacy for Playing in the ShadowsThe decision of Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous to lay off all non-playing staff at the club …

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Chelsea open up Stamford Bridge hotel to NHS staff amid coronavirus pandemic

NHS staff will be able to stay at Millennium Hotel for freeChelsea owner Roman Abramovich will cover costsRoman Abramovich will accommodate NHS staff working in London hospitals at the Millennium Hotel on Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium site as the c…

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Mason Mount warned by Chelsea after breaking coronavirus self-isolation

Mount was playing five-a-side with West Ham’s Declan RiceCallum Hudson-Odoi has tested positive for coronavirusMason Mount will be reminded of his responsibilities by Chelsea after the England international broke his self-isolation at the weekend, it i…

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Chelsea in lockdown after Callum Hudson-Odoi tests positive for Covid-19

Entire squad in self-isolation as club closes buildingsWinger ‘doing well’ and looking forward to returningChelsea’s full squad have gone into self-isolation after winger Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive to the coronavirus, the club said in a stateme…

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Who should play attacking midfield for England at Euro 2020?

Jesse Lingard was England’s creator in chief at the World Cup in 2018. Who should take his place this time around?By Martin Laurence for WhoScoredWhile the FA work out whether England will play their scheduled friendlies against Italy and Denmark later…

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Lampard praises midfielder Billy Gilmour after 4-0 win against Everton – video

The Chelsea manager Frank Lampard praised Billy Gilmour after the team’s 4-0 showcase against Everton, saying the midfielder had the ‘balls’ needed to perform in difficult areas of the pitch. Meanwhile, Everton’s manager Carlo Ancelotti said that ‘toda…

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Frank Lampard says Chelsea still face a major fight for fourth

Manager warns against complacency after Everton routCarlo Ancelotti still eyeing Europa League spotFrank Lampard said that Chelsea have to keep their feet on the ground after his side tightened their grip on fourth place with a 4-0 victory over Everton…

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Olivier Giroud continues fine form to cap Chelsea’s 4-0 cruise past Everton

Chelsea took a grip on fourth place thanks to their biggest home win of the season, crushing Everton with a brilliant attacking display. Goals from Mason Mount, Olivier Giroud, Pedro Rodríguez and Willian were enough for them to move five points clear …

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Chelsea v Everton: Premier League – live!

Premier League updates from the 2pm GMT kick-offLive scoreboard: the latest from around EuropeAnd you can get in touch with Ben by email or on Twitter 1.15pm GMT Lampard reckons former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is in for a warm welcome, and, fran…

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Chelsea v Everton: match preview

Carlo Ancelotti returns to Stamford Bridge with a familiar face in Frank Lampard in charge of Chelsea. Lampard describes the Italian as a gentleman and a fantastic manager and his work with Everton has shown as such. Fans adore him and the side’s impro…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

A chance for Bournemouth at Anfield, Burnley and Spurs battle for European slots and Fernandes can seize big derby stageGiven their 22-point lead at the top of the table, no one at Liverpool is likely to be concerned by three recent defeats in four gam…

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Chelsea’s little big man Billy Gilmour relishing his learning curve

The teenage midfielder who impressed against Liverpool has learned from a tussle with Manchester United’s Harry MaguireThe way Billy Gilmour tells the story it was a rite of passage, rather like a little schoolboy being shaken down for his lunch money …