Around the Premier League
Antonio Conte’s work placement at Spurs meets its most amusing end
The Don goes out with a bang
Arteta: ‘At the end you have to win football matches’ otherwise it is ‘unsustainable’
Anything else is unsustainable
Frank Lampard reportedly sacked at Everton, along with four ex-Chelsea coaches
Good luck in whatever may come next, friends!
Premier League review ongoing for FIFA’s semi-automated offside technology — report
One step closer to robot referees!
Declan Rice wants to win big trophies, play Champions League football
Is that still possible at Chelsea?
View from the enemy: Arsenal bearing the fruit of long-term planning
Q&A with Nathan Reynolds of The Short Fuse ahead of Sunday’s showdown
Gordon staying humble, focusing on ‘today and tomorrow’ after £60m interest from Chelsea
Until next time then, eh, Gordo?
Congrats on your knee-jerk xenophobia to Todd Boehly’s all-star game idea!
Apple pies and freedoms
Chelsea vs. Liverpool also postponed
Premier League shortsightedness at its peak
Graham Potter simply couldn’t pass up the Chelsea opportunity
New Chelsea head coach writes an open letter to Brighton fans
Concerns over staging next weekend’s Premier League matches in London as well
Yet another entirely foreseeable concern
Premier League matches postponed, other sports to go ahead
Shambolic decision-making from the football powers that be
Édouard Mendy could in fact miss Chelsea’s next game with ‘fake’ injury
David Moyes will be fuming
Chelsea legend Willian returns to London, signs with Fulham
Big Willi Style’s back in the SW6!
Fofana and his ‘mindset’ to be left out of Leicester City squad this weekend — reports
Oooooooh! Fofana & Chelsea sitting on a tree...
View from the enemy: Everton expect this year will be better than the last
Q&A with Trent Nelson of Royal Blue Mersey ahead of today’s game
The Beckham Law: Barcelona’s enduring financial allure for football players
Death, TAXES, Barcelona gazumping Chelsea
Chelsea target Nathan Aké to stay at Manchester City — reports
Time to move on