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February 17, 2010 08:00 UTC
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Didier Drogba denies exit talk: 'I have everything I could dream of at Chelsea'

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Ivorian no longer desires move to AC Milan or Real Madrid

Juve looking for a new coach

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Juventus are set to stick with Luigi Del Neri until the end of the season, but the Old Lady has reportedly singled out Fabio Capello and Luciano Spalletti to replace the coach next summer.

Hernandez biding his time

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Javier Hernandez claims he is happy to wait behind Dimitar Berbatov and Wayne Rooney for his chance to play for Manchester United.

No action against Reds hitman

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Wayne Rooney can line up for Manchester United against Chelsea as he will face no action for an elbow on Wigan's James McCarthy.

Top Five Premier League striking flops

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Roman Pavlyuchenko is enduring a torrid time at White Hart Lane. The Spurs frontman can't get into the team and boss Harry Redknapp seems hesitant to sell him until the summer despite interest from Russia. It seems certain he will go down as a ‘flop' in England, but he is by no means the worst of the bunch.

Cole blow for England World Cup squad

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Chelsea football club have confirmed left-back Ashley Cole will be sidelines for ‘approximately three months' after sustaining a fractured ankle in the recent league defeat against Everton.

He also faces a battle to be fit in time for Chelsea's final league fixture of the season against Wigan.

Any hope for Hargreaves’ return?

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Manchester United and England midfielder Owen Hargreaves has been out of action for around a year and a half now with a knee injury. There have been hopes he could return, Hargreaves was pencilled in for a November return before the season kicked off, needless to say that didn't happen.

Clowns at Loftus Road

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Angry Queens Park Rangers fans started protesting because of all that's been going on in the club for the past two years. Since the new owners, Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone arrived, many things have changed at Loftus Road stadium in the West London, but the most important thing didn't the club are still without results.

Can Everton still force their way into Europe?

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Everton manager David Moyes is perhaps one of the best managers in the league and his hard work at Goodison Park often goes unnoticed. Despite a relatively small budget Moyes regularly ensures European football at Everton but this season they struggled at the beginning and some were even suggesting they could be involved in the relegation scrap.

Encouraging start for the Coyle regime

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Bolton's new boss Owen Coyle could hardly have been handed a trickier first fixture with his new club – a home tie against an in-form Arsenal side. The Gunners ran out deserved 2-0 winners but there were some encouraging signs to take away from the home side's display.

Under previous boss Gary Megson Bolton offered very little in attack and were a very one-dimensional side.

The Battles on for Edin Dzeko

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Over the past couple of seasons one striker has really shone out in the Bundesliga – Wolfsburg's Bosnian international Edin Dzeko.

Dzeko is a big imposing striker whose physical presence is a problem for defenders trying to mark him, but he is also blessed with some near skills.

Mancini Outlines City Ambitions

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Manchester City's new manager Roberto Mancini has wasted no time in setting some pretty high targets for his new club. City's former boss Mark Hughes said after his dismissal that a top-six finish was his target for the season, he claimed the club's owners agreed with him. The Italian new-boy has other ideas, he wants a top four finish this season – followed by the league title next time.

Champions League draw – the new disaster for the Italians

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If anyone wanted to, they couldn't have picked the worst rivals for the Italian clubs. The way things are now, Serie A teams, like last season, probably won't last long in the Champions League in spring.

Inter are in the worst situation. Mourinho will be back to Stamford Bridge, but the performance of his team against the strongest teams tells us that the spring will be only a formality.

Mourinho’s last three months in Inter

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Why is Mourinho acting like a child ?

The way he turned whole Italy against him is not only the fear that he will end the oddyssey in Inter (Inter odds) without leaving a trace. That has been obvious for quite some time : the team hasn't got the quality for Europe and the no one cares for the titles in Italy anymore.

More managerial casualties in Coca Cola Championship

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As the midterm in Championship is coming closer, the clubs that failed to live up to the expectations can see their owners and presidents swarming in their chairs. Some sacks occurred unexpectedly early (Darren Ferguson in Peterborough and Gareth Southgate in Middlesbrough) and these days some other managers had to pack their bags too.