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The Belgian Revolution

The Belgian national team are on the verge of securing a place at the World Cup finals for the first time since 2002 and play away to Croatia on Friday before hosting Wales on Tuesday in two remaining qualification fixtures. A draw against Croatia, who are five points behind Belgium at the top of Group […]

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Match Report: Man Utd vs Chelsea

TKTG brings together all the best articles on the 0-0 draw between Manchester United and Chelsea at Old Trafford.   Match Report:  BBC Sport The much-anticipated meeting between Manchester United and Chelsea ended in anti-climax as Old Trafford witnessed its first goalless draw in the Premier League since May 2009. David Moyes was taking charge […]

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PFA announce awards shortlists

Gareth Bale, Michael Carrick, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata, Luis Suarez and Robin van Persie have been nominated for the 2012-13 Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award. PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has defended the presence of Liverpool striker Suarez on the six-man shortlist for the prestigious award, the winner of which will be […]

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What will Rafael Benitez’s successor inherit at Chelsea?

Yesterday’s defeat has killed off any lingering prospect of Rafa Benitez staying on at Stamford Bridge. But what will his successor inherit? 1. The Premier League title must, and can, be won The bare minimum for a Chelsea manager is the title, fail to win that and history suggests you will be fired. That however, ought […]

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Hazard and the ball boy

  Chelsea never seem to more than a stone’s throw away from controversial incidents. The latest sees Hazard getting a red card for kicking a ball boy who instead of returning the ball decided to smother it in order to waste time. TKTG looks at the incident and brings you all the best news and […]

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Why Rafael Benítez may never be accepted by Chelsea fans

Affection remains for Roberto Di Matteo at Stamford Bridge, making it a tough introduction for ‘Rafa the Blue’ Rafael Benítez pretended to busy himself with the seating arrangements on his bench, Roman Abramovich staring out impassively from his box high up in the west stand while the mutiny rippled round the arena. Neither betrayed a […]

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Juan matters more this season

Juan Mata has had a great year, guiding Chelsea towards the club’s first Champions League trophy and scoring the last goal that helped Spain lift this summer’s European Championship. The Spaniard’s contribution to his club was phenomenal last season, during which he scored 12 goals & assisted another 20, in all competitions. In the 2012/13 […]

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Match Report – Chelsea vs Liverpool

Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1 Getty   Chelsea failed to close the gap on Premier League leaders Manchester United as Luis Suarez’s equaliser gave Liverpool a point at Stamford Bridge. Captain John Terry headed the Blues an early lead but was then taken off on a stretcher after appearing to sustain a serious knee injury in […]

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Why Mancini can’t get it right in Europe

When Roberto Mancini’s rage against the slow death of Manchester City’s Champions League aspirations finally fizzles out, it will be replaced by the recognition of a brutal truth. Mancini was the flesh and blood embodiment of all the frustration this competition has brought City as he stalked on to the pitch carrying bitter disappointment and […]

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Chelsea – Are they for real?

They stunned Europe last season by winning the Champions League in a series of hard-fought defensive displays. This season however, they’ve taken the English Premier League by storm, having added some real attacking flair within their ranks. Juan Mata & Eden Hazard have combined exceptionally well, whereas Oscar has shown some real flashes of brilliance. […]

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