Ciaran Kelly pays tribute to a player who joined Chelsea as a relative unknown but leaves a hero.
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Ciaran Kelly looks at the wider impact a Champions League win would have on the Chelsea and its history.
Ciaran Kelly believes that Roberto Di Matteo has done an excellent job at Chelsea since taking the reins.
Chelsea’s great anti-hero leads the old guard back to Wembley; can he take them to the Champions League final as well?
The second part of Ciaran Kelly’s look at the life and times of José Mourinho.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at the Special One, José Mourinho.
Ciaran Kelly had high hopes for Chelsea in his season preview, but 2011/2012 has been far from the unqualified success that André Villas-Boas enjoyed at Porto in 2010/2011.
Back Page Football’s UEFA Champions League correspondent Ger McCarthy looks back at the another week of last-sixteen first leg fixtures and makes some bold predictions about how each of the return games will go as we reach the business end of the competition.
The knock-out phase of the 2012 Champions League begins on Valentine’s night with two intriguing fixtures to welcome back Europe’s premier football competition writes BPF’s Ger McCarthy.
Ciaran Kelly shares his thoughts on the decision by Paris St Germain to install Carlo Ancelotti as their new boss.