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Ancelotti empathises with Celtic manager after threats at Juve

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admitted his heart has gone out to Celtic manager Neil Lennon this week because the Italian has also had his life threatened while doing his job.

Ancelotti warns Chelsea not to take Spurs lightly

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has refused to rule out Tottenham - or even Arsenal - finishing fourth in the Barclays Premier League this season.

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Chelsea 3 - 0 West Ham: Net relief for Fernando Torres

Chelsea 3 Lampard 44; Torres 84; Malouda 90 West Ham United 0

Unconvinced Ancelotti urges on Chelsea

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has urged his players to believe they can pull off the greatest comeback in Barclays Premier League title history - even though he is not convinced they will.

Petr Cech says Chelsea now main threat to United

Petr Cech has claimed Chelsea are now Manchester United's main Barclays Premier League title rivals because Arsenal have blown too many chances to catch them.

Chelsea 3 - 1 Birmingham: Blues clamber up to second

Carlo Ancelotti's decision to leave out Fernando Torres paid off last night as Florent Malouda and Salomon Kalou fired Chelsea up to second in the Barclays Premier League.

Ancelotti calm on recovery

CHELSEA manager Carlo Ancelotti refused to speculate on whether a sensational late comeback in the Barclays Premier League title race would see him avoid the sack after the Blues closed to within six points of Manchester United.

Ancelotti waits for the axe to fall at Chelsea

Carlo Ancelotti appeared resigned to his fate as Chelsea manager after insisting it would "not be a problem" if club owner Roman Abramovich sacked him.

Pressure grows on Carlo Ancelotti after Champions League exit

Chelsea yesterday insisted it was "business as usual" after speculation over Carlo Ancelotti's future intensified in the wake of the club's Champions League exit.

Manchester United 2 -1 Chelsea: Pressure grows on Carol Ancelotti as United march into semis

Manchester Utd 2 Hernandez (43), Park (77) Chelsea 1 Drogba (76) Man Utd won 3-1 on aggregate

Ancelotti rues starting with Torres as Blues exit Europe

Carlo Ancelotti admitted he could have made a mistake by playing misfiring £50million striker Fernando Torres after Chelsea were knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester United.

Carlo Ancelotti denies pressure

CHELSEA manager Carlo Ancelotti claims he is excited and not feeling any pressure ahead of tonight's crunch Champions League clash with Manchester United.

Manchester Utd v Chelsea: Sir Alex Ferguson says Roman Abramovich obsessed with European Cup

Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed Roman Abramovich is "obsessed" with winning the Champions League.

Carlo keeps cool on Rooney

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has no special plans to combat Wayne Rooney for tonight's crunch Champions League clash against Manchester United.

Premier League round-up: Peter Crouch goes from villain to hero with vital brace

Harry Redknapp's decision to keep faith with Peter Crouch paid off as the striker scored twice to give Tottenham their first victory in almost two months as Stoke were beaten 3-2 at White Hart Lane.

Chelsea 0 - 1 Manchester United: Wayne Rooney turns blue air chilly with winner

WAYNE Rooney was a TV star once more - this time for all the right reasons as his clinical first-half goal gave Manchester United a Champions League triumph over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Ferg-et about it

Sir ALEX FERGUSON is not convinced memories of Moscow 2008 will play any part in tonight's eagerly-anticipated Champions League encounter between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Carlo Ancelotti hopeful over chances of staying at Chelsea

CHELSEA manager Carlo Ancelotti is hopeful of extending his contract with the Premier League champions.

Wayne Rooney to fight two-game ban but he's a doubt for Chelsea showdown

Wayne Rooney has admitted an FA charge of using abusive language but has lodged a claim against the severity of his two-match suspension. The Football Association confirmed that they had received a submission from Manchester United and the case will be heard this afternoon.

Changing room chat: Jose Mourinho all the rage for Blues return

WILLIAM Hill have cut the odds of Jose Mourinho becoming the next Chelsea manager from 8/1 to 11/4, following his claims that he has "unfinished business" in England.

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