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Marcotti: Mourinho's changes inspire title

Gabriele Marcotti assesses Chelsea's success in the Premier League and finds a very different Jose Mourinho to the man who first won the title 10 years ago.

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1hKevin Palmer

Wenger: Henry 'wrong' on Giroud, transfers

Arsene Wenger disagrees with former player Thierry Henry that Arsenal need a big summer of transfer moves to compete for the Premier League title.

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1hKevin Palmer

LVG: Van Persie taken off penalties

Robin van Persie will no longer be first-choice for penalties for Manchester United after a crucial miss in his team's loss to West Brom.

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2hESPN staff

Drogba refuses to be drawn on future

Didier Drogba has refused to be drawn on his future at Chelsea beyond the end of the season after winning his fourth Premier League title.

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Carver: Players not listening

"If I'm honest, I have to admit there's a chance they're just not listening to me," said Carver.

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6mIan Holyman

Cabaye to consult Deschamps on future

Yohan Cabaye will talk to France coach Didier Deschamps before making a decision on his Paris Saint-Germain future, the midfielder has revealed.

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15hESPN Staff

Murray made to wait in Munich

BMW Open final against Philipp Kohlschreiber will resume on Monday after postponement due to persistent rain.

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21hPA Sport

Hayman adamant Toulon can defend title

Toulon hero says it will continue to get harder for champions to defend title but says team can continue their dominance.

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14hPA Sport

Hart warning for Chelsea after City win

The England No. 1 hailed Sunday's gritty victory at White Hart lane, and warned new Premier League champions Chelsea that City will back next season.

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Mourinho targets new blood

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has targeted two marquee signings to turn his champions into a dream team.

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13hESPN Staff

Williams and Sharapova through in Madrid

World No.1 sets up all-American clash with Sloane Stephens but Heather Watson, Simona Halep and Venus Williams crash out in Madrid Open first round.

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Daley secures London gold

London 2012 Olympic bronze medallist wins top prize in FINA Diving World Series men's 10m platform.

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Champ: Bournemouth top, Derby denied

Bournemouth have been crowned champions of the Championship after beating Charlton 3-0, while Derby missed out on the playoffs.

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Chelsea to show off their Premier League title with a victory parade on May 25.

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Man Utd lose three straight for the first time since 2001, but Ashley Young thinks they can still get a UCL spot. es.pn/1F0RHLK

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Didier Drogba: "With me or without me, Chelsea will always be number one. I'm happy that I'm part of this but Chelsea is bigger than me."