Didier Drogba can't wait for ''crazy'' Chelsea Sunday
Didier Drogba can't wait for ''crazy'' Chelsea Sunday

Veteran striker Didier Drogba is expecting a "crazy" Stamford Bridge atmosphere when Chelsea attempt to clinch the Premier League title for the first time in five years with a win at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho turns air blue to spark Chelsea comeback
Jose Mourinho turns air blue to spark Chelsea comeback

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho delivered an expletive-laden halftime team talk that fired his side to a 3-1 comeback victory over Leicester City on Wednesday and moved them to within three points of the Premier League title.

We haven`t assured ourselves of title yet, says Jose Mourinho
We haven`t assured ourselves of title yet, says Jose Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists the English Premier League title has not been secured just yet despite moving to within one victory of mathematically clinching it.

Chelsea on brink of EPL title after win at Leicester
Chelsea on brink of EPL title after win at Leicester

Chelsea came from behind to beat Leicester City 3-1 on Wednesday and move to within one win of clinching the Premier League title for the first time in five years.

Chelsea`s Oscar taken to hospital after blow
Chelsea`s Oscar taken to hospital after blow

Chelsea midfielder Oscar was taken to hospital for scans after hurting himself in a collision with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina during Sunday`s 0-0 draw, manager Jose Mourinho revealed.

Chelsea face striker crisis ahead of Arsenal showdown
Chelsea face striker crisis ahead of Arsenal showdown

Champions-elect Chelsea may have to go into Sunday`s top of the table showdown against Arsenal at the Emirates without their three main strikers.

Ivorians Drogba, Gnoukouri impress in Europe
Ivorians Drogba, Gnoukouri impress in Europe

Ivorians Didier Drogba and Assane Gnoukouri impressed in two of the biggest European club clashes of the weekend.

Didier Drogba dismisses retirement talk
Didier Drogba dismisses retirement talk

Chelsea veteran Didier Drogba insisted Monday he intended to play for at least one more season.

Luis Suarez set for Anfield return in charity game
Luis Suarez set for Anfield return in charity game

Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will return to Anfield later this month for a star-studded charity match, the Premier League club announced on Thursday.

Street fighter Diego Costa sets the tone for Jose Mourinho
Street fighter Diego Costa sets the tone for Jose Mourinho

Combining predatory instincts with a street fighter`s approach to duelling with defenders, Diego Costa has emerged as the unapologetically snarling face of Jose Mourinho`s hugely successful Chelsea overhaul.

Africa Cup of Nations: Yaya Toure's  injury worries Cote d' Ivoire
Africa Cup of Nations: Yaya Toure's injury worries Cote d' Ivoire

The Cote d' Ivoire football team is having injury concerns with skipper Yaya Toure struggling after a knock in their 1-0 win over Cameroon in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).

Frank Lampard, John Terry turned my career around: Didier Drogba
Frank Lampard, John Terry turned my career around: Didier Drogba

 Didier Drogba has paid tribute to the inspirational way Chelsea team mates Frank Lampard and John Terry helped turn his career around after suffering some difficult times in his early days at Stamford Bridge.

Didier Drogba not finished yet, says Chealsea manager Jose Mourinho
Didier Drogba not finished yet, says Chealsea manager Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho insists there is more to come from Didier Drogba at Chelsea as the striker says he wants to stay at the club beyond the end of the season.

Didier Drogba wants to remain with Chelsea `family`
Didier Drogba wants to remain with Chelsea `family`

Didier Drogba said Sunday he wanted to remain a member of the Chelsea "family" beyond the end of the current English season.

Didier Drogba’s ghost could loom large for Ivory Coast at Nations Cup
Didier Drogba’s ghost could loom large for Ivory Coast at Nations Cup

The ghost of Didier Drogba could loom large at the African Nations Cup on Tuesday when Ivory Coast open their campaign against Guinea. 

Yaya Toure relishing responsibility as Ivory Coast skipper
Yaya Toure relishing responsibility as Ivory Coast skipper

Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure, the reigning African footballer of the year, admits he is enjoying the responsibility that comes with leading the Elephants` new generation into this year`s Africa Cup of Nations.

Yaya Toure out to prove status as Africa`s best
Yaya Toure out to prove status as Africa`s best

One of the few survivors of the Ivory Coast`s feted golden generation, this year`s Africa Cup of Nations may well be the last chance for Yaya Toure to finally win a major international trophy.

Chelsea's lead is not enough, Didier Drogba warns
Chelsea's lead is not enough, Didier Drogba warns

Chelsea will begin 2015 protecting a three-point lead in the Premier League title race but will heed the words of their grand old striker Didier Drogba who warns that it is simply not enough.

Chelsea unflustered by Manchester City surge, says Jose Mourinho
Chelsea unflustered by Manchester City surge, says Jose Mourinho

Chelsea will have no cause for concern if they are joined at the top of the Premier League by Manchester City, despite letting a healthy lead slip, manager Jose Mourinho said on Friday.

Jose Mourinho rails at time-wasting fans and ball boys
Jose Mourinho rails at time-wasting fans and ball boys

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho turned his ire on Newcastle United` fans and even the ball boys on Saturday after his side`s 23-match unbeaten run was ended by a 2-1 Premier League defeat.