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Chelsea deserved EPL title last year: Vincent Kompany

Kompany revealed that he hate losing Manchester derbies.


EPL 2015-16 fixtures announced, Chelsea to begin title defense against Swansea

The fixtures for the 2015-16 campaign were released on Wednesday less than a month after Chelsea lifted the title.


Chelsea finish off things on a high, lift fifth EPL title

It is the fourth league title in 11 seasons, but only the fifth in Chelsea’s 110-year history.


Manchester United will not retain Radamel Falcao

Falcao was once one of the hottest properties in world football but a serious knee injury has curtailed his career.


Liverpool bid goodbye to Steven Gerrard with a humiliating defeat

On the final day of the season, Hull City were relegated while New Castle escaped narrowly.


Didier Drogba to leave Chelsea for second time

The Ivory Coast striker, who first signed for Chelsea in 2004, has scored 104 goals in 253 league matches.


Sunderland avoid relegation, hold Arsenal to goalless draw

Sunderland’s American owner, Ellis Short, was in north London to see his team play out a goalless draw.


Chelsea slump to inconsequential 0-3 defeat at West Brom

Chelsea are eight points clear of City going into their final match of the season.


Manchester United held 1-1 by Arsenal, Manchester City go past Swansea 4-2

Chelsea have 84 points with two games to play, City have 76 with one to play.


Bafetimbi Gomis’ late strike hands Swansea 1-0 win over Arsenal

Frenchman Gomis also scored the winner when Swansea beat Arsenal 2-1 at home in November.


Marouane Fellaini’s late strike hands Manchester United 2-1 win over Crystal Palace

United will be guaranteed a top-four finish if Liverpool loses to newly crowned Chelsea on Sunday.


Chelsea go past Leicester City 3-1, eye Premier League title

Chelsea have 80 points from 34 games with last season’s champions Manchester City second on 67.


Manchester City edge past Aston Villa 3-2, salvage all-important 3 points

Fernandinho volleyed in an 89th-minute winner as City survived Villa scare.


Foul Play: Chelsea the worst-behaved team in EPL

According to Football Association Fair Play delegates, Chelsea the worst-behaved team.


Raheem Sterling, Joe Allen strike as Liverpool beat Newcastle United 2-0

The win closed the gap on fourth-placed Manchester City to four points with six games remaining.