MOURINHO NOT AWARE CHELSEA HAD THE RIGHTS TO HIS NAME DURING MANCHESTER UNITED DEAL

Former Chelsea boss was not aware that The Blues had the rights to his name ahead of the negotiations to join Manchester united.

Jose Mourinho didn't know Chelsea still owned the rights to his name, it has been revealed. The Special One was unaware of the situation which has caused his impending announcement as Manchester United's new manager to be delayed. The Portuguese tactician was 'cross' upon finding out, but is satisfied the snag will not jeopardize his move to Old Trafford.

VARDY NAMED FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR

Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy has been named the Football writers’ Association Footballer of the Year. The prolific English striker won with due to a vote of 36 percent as entered by 290 journalists. The player won the award ahead of team mates, Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante.

The 29-year old striker has scored 22 premier league goals this season including netting in a league record 11 games in a row. Leicester City need just two points to ensure they lift the trophy if their closest rival, Tottenham lose to Chelsea on Monday.

Alexandre Pato has yet to play his first match for Chelsea

A group of fans desperate to see Alexandre Pato in the Chelsea shirt has created a webpage to remind the Chelsea management that the striker has yet to make a debut.

GuusHiddink signed the Brazilian striker in January but so far has struggled to get any playing time with the London team. He was brought to bring back-up for the current Chelsea strikers Diego Costa, Radamel Falcao and Loic Remy.

Even with Guus Hiddink, problems are still emerging in Stamford Bridge

The arrival of the Dutch coach Guus Hiddink appears to have brought a spark of life back to Chelsea as the Premier League club has managed to collect points in every single game since Hiddink arrived to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea still has a load of problems that they have to deal with in order for them to have any chance of getting back into the top spots of the Premier League but this is a slow progression which takes time.

PetrCech’s extensive career with Chelsea has reached it’s end as Arsenal signed him

PetrCech has been a player of Chelsea since 2004 and his time with the English club is over after it was confirmed that Arsenal signed the experienced goal-keeper for a transfer fee believed to be in the region of €11 million.

The Czech shot-stopper had to make a decision concerning his future and it seems like Arsenal will be his next football destination as Arsene Wenger is eager to have the veteran player in his team.

Jose Mourinho suffered an embarrassing exit

Jose Mourinho suffered an embarrassing exit in the Champions League after being knocked out by Paris St Germain, who was strong opponents nonetheless, in the last 16 stage. Last season, the club made it to the semifinals where they were knocked out by Atletico Madrid.

Jose Mourinho praises Team after 5 Goal Victory

Jose Mourinho felt that his team were just about perfect in the 5-0 victory over Swansea, which helped them open a five point advantage in the Premier League. Manchester City were defeated against Arsenal on Sunday and the two clubs will face each other at Stamford Bridge in a fortnight.

Chelsea FC vs PSG in UEFA League

Chelsea FC and PSG will be facing each other for the 2nd consecutive year in the UEFA Champions League after having been pitted together and this is the chance that the French club needed to make their revenge.

In the previous season, Chelsea managed to defeat and eliminate PSG from the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

Mourinho looking at Fabregas for Captaincy

In the latest Premier League match of Chelsea, they faced off with Manchester United and a late goal from Robin van Persie forced both clubs having to settle with 1 point as the final scoreboard of the match displayed 1-1.

Mourinho Unhappy With Players Despite Win

Chelsea were involved in one of the most exciting Premier League matches of all time after a 6-3 win over Everton. The nine goal thriller ended in Chelsea’s favour but it would not have been surprising to see it go the other way around. Both teams had a lot of chances throughout the 90 minutes, but there was a period in the second half when things went crazy. A remarkable five goals were scored in just over 10 minutes, as both teams defended very much like a Sunday league team.