EPL 2015-16: Chelsea start title defence against Swansea
EPL 2015-16: Chelsea start title defence against Swansea

Chelsea will start the defence of their Premier League title with a home game against Swansea when the 2015/16 season gets underway on August 8.

Brendan Rodgers stays in Liverpool hotseat after talks
Brendan Rodgers stays in Liverpool hotseat after talks

Brendan Rodgers will be given another chance to deliver Liverpool their first league title in over a quarter of a century after he held talks with the club`s American owners on Tuesday both the Press Association and the BBC reported.

Trophies, not records matter to unbeaten Chelsea: Jose Mourinho
Trophies, not records matter to unbeaten Chelsea: Jose Mourinho

Unbeaten Chelsea do not care about breaking records, the only thing that matters is winning the Premier League title, manager Jose Mourinho said on Friday.

Arsenal can still win Premier League, says Arsene Wenger
Arsenal can still win Premier League, says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal are still in contention for the Premier League title and it is too soon to say that leaders Chelsea can go through the season undefeated, manager Arsene Wenger told a news conference on Friday.

Title holders Manchester City still looking for reinforcements

English champions Manchester City are still in the market for new signings to boost their title defence, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Tuesday.

City to go for the jugular in West Ham title decider

Manchester City will go out all guns blazing in their final game of the season against West Ham United and will not play for the draw that would secure them the Premier League title, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Wednesday.

Van Persie`s United woes might help Netherlands - Van Gaal

Robin van Persie`s struggles at Manchester United this season might benefit the Netherlands at this year`s World Cup in Brazil, their coach Louis van Gaal said on Wednesday.

Chelsea look to prove title credentials

Jose Mourinho may have to revise his claim that Chelsea are outsiders in the fight for the Premier League title after they face Newcastle at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

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.

New man Suarez vows to stay out of trouble

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez insists he has finally learnt how to keep his explosive temper and cynical instincts under control.

Liverpool must be taken seriously: Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes that Liverpool`s absence from European competition this season means that they must be considered genuine contenders for the Premier League title.

Demba Ba backed to play key Chelsea role

Demba Ba has been tipped to make a major impact on Chelsea`s bid to claim the Premier League title for the first time since 2010.

Manchester United are favourites for Premier League title: Roberto Mancini

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has labelled Manchester United as favourites for the Premier League title ahead of this weekend’s Manchester derby.

It would take City a century to match Manchester United: Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted Manchester City have a century of catching up to do to reach the Red Devils` level of success after their rival`s Premier League title win on Sunday.

Chelsea to visit Man United for title-deciding clash

Manchester United winger Nani has started the mind games ahead of title-deciding visit of Chelsea by claiming his team-mates hold a psychological edge over their rivals.

Chelsea to visit Man United for title-deciding clash

Manchester United winger Nani has started the mind games ahead of title-deciding visit of Chelsea by claiming his team-mates hold a psychological edge over their rivals.

‘I never dreamt we could win 19 Premier League titles: Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has said that it is beyond his wildest dreams to be on the brink of overtaking Liverpool`s championship haul of 19 Premier League titles.

‘I never dreamt we could win 19 Premier League titles: Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has said that it is beyond his wildest dreams to be on the brink of overtaking Liverpool`s championship haul of 19 Premier League titles.