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Cech wants Mourinho back at Blues

Petr Cech shakes hands with then Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford in 2005.
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Roberto Mancini says he was right to criticize his players in public - and he would do it again.

Nigel Adkins is suing former club Southampton for the final three years of his contract.

Petr Cech last night joined Chelsea fans in calling for the return of 'The Special One'.

Nigel Adkins is suing Southampton in a bid to get the final three years of his contract paid up.


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QPR chairman Tony Fernandes rejected a massive offer from Zenit St Petersburg to make a quick profit on Chris Samba.

Bolton boss Dougie Freedman is keen to sign Fulham's Turkish midfield magician Kerim Frei.

David Jones is on his way out of Wigan after being sent out on loan with his contract up at the end of the season.

Wolves winger Stephen Hunt has put himself on a collision course with a section of the club's fans.

Petr Cech admits he would like Jose Mourinho to take over for a second spell as Chelsea manager.

Roberto Mancini has warned his players that they must take responsibility for the mistakes that have undermined their defence of the Barclays Premier League title.

Sir Alex Ferguson has dampened speculation that Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could make a dramatic return to Manchester United this summer.

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