Chelsea announce 18.4 million pounds profit
Chelsea announce 18.4 million pounds profit

Premier League leaders Chelsea have announced a profit of 18.4 million pounds ($28.89 million) for the year ending June 30 2014, the largest since Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich took over the club 11 years ago.

Chelsea upbeat as they post record Abramovich-era profit
Chelsea upbeat as they post record Abramovich-era profit

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck said the club would become increasingly self-sufficient after he announced the Premier League leaders had made a profit of £18.4 million ($28.9 million, 23.1 million euros) for the financial year ending June 2014.

Pep Guardiola says he wants to manage Manchester United
Pep Guardiola says he wants to manage Manchester United

Pep Guardiola said that he wants to manage Manchester United at some point in his career. According to a new book on the Spaniard's first season at Bayern Munich, Guardiola had admitted to being enthralled by the atmosphere and set-up at Old Trafford.

Study says gap growing between big English clubs and rest

The financial disparity between the big clubs and the rest will continue to grow in English soccer despite Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, according to a report released on Friday.

Mourinho and his professed love for London and its Blues

When Jose Mourinho declares that he will never leave Stamford Bridge again, it certainly demands serious consideration.

Jose Mourinho rules out leaving Chelsea ever again

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has made it clear that he will never quit Stamford Bridge, as long as the club wants him to stay.

London-loving Mourinho pledges future to Chelsea

Joes Mourinho committed his long-term future to Chelsea on Monday, insisting he did not want to be a manager anywhere else.

Safe hands Petr Cech still Mr Reliable for Chelsea

Apart from in 2006 when he suffered a serious head injury Petr Cech has rarely made the headlines in 10 years at Chelsea but his safe hands have underpinned a decade`s worth of silverware.

Chelsea comply with FFP rules despite $81m deficit

Roman Abramovich`s Chelsea will comply with new European Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules despite returning to loss for the year ending June 2013.

Terry, Lampard, Cole waiting for new contracts with Chelsea

Chelsea captain John Terry and his teammates Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole are reportedly yet to begin talks with the club`s management over the chance of landing new deals given that the trio would reach the end of their contracts this summer.

Mourinho keen to keep trophy record intact

Jose Mourinho has won a trophy every season of his top flight career and finds it "unacceptable" to contemplate finishing his comeback season with Chelsea empty handed.

Ferguson reveals Abramovich lured him with Chelsea manager offer in 2003

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has revealed that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich once used an agent to approach him for the managerial job.

Jose Mourinho blocked my progress, says Villas-Boas

Extra spice was added to Tottenham`s clash with Chelsea on Saturday after Andre Villas-Boas said he went into management when his coaching ambitions were thwarted by Jose Mourinho at Inter Milan.

Jose Mourinho holds owner Abramovich responsible for Chelsea`s woes

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hinted his frustrations with the club for the first time after he said that owner Roman Abramovich`s demands of a particular style of play is to blame for their woes.

Mourinho says current Chelsea side `not at par` with `glorious` 2004 team

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has said that the current side is not at par with the team that stormed to glory during his first spell as Chelsea manager.

Mourinho given green signal for spending spree?

New Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly been given the go-ahead to launch a major spending spree after the club signed a whopping 300 million-pound deal for ten years with Adidas.

Deco backs Mourinho for Chelsea return

Former Portugal international midfielder Deco has backed Real Madrid coach and compatriot Jose Mourinho to return to Chelsea next season.

Chelsea plans to lure Mourinho with Falcao swoop

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is reportedly looking forward to luring Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho by offering him the services of star Altetico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao.

Roman Abramovich set to ignore Mourinho for Chelsea job in favour of Conte, Pellegrini

Owner Roman Abramovich is set to ignore former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for the Blues’ job

Di Matteo `honoured` to manage Chelsea after sacking

Roberto Di Matteo has insisted it was "an honour" to have managed Chelsea, following his sacking on Wednesday morning.