Antonio Conte refused to take a parting shot at Diego Costa on Friday after the exiled Chelsea striker got his wish to rejoin Atletico Madrid.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has urged Kenedy to continue seizing opportunities after the midfielder struck in the 5-1 League Cup win over second-tier Nottingham Forest on Wednesday.
Antonio Conte's side faces a grilling sequence of seven matches in 21 days, which has influenced his decision.
Southampton's bid to return to the League Cup final ended in a shock defeat against Wolves, while Burnley's victory over bitter rivals Blackburn was marred by an ugly pitch invasion on Wednesday.
John Terry joins Championship club Aston Villa to avoid 'facing Chelsea', forgets potential Cup face-offs
At the age of 36, and having won five Premier League titles, former Chelsea captain John Terry has embarked on a final challenge by signing a one-year contract with Championship side Aston Villa.
Blackburn Rovers became the first Premier League champions to drop into the third tier of English football whilst Newcastle claimed the Championship title.
Liverpool have banned The Sun's reporters from their stadium and training ground over the tabloid's coverage of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, a source familiar with the matter confirmed.
Arsenal are likely to rotate their squad for Wednesday's League Cup quarter-final against Southampton with manager Arsene Wenger promising a mixture of youth and experience.
Jose Mourinho has pleaded with Liverpool and Manchester United supporters not to become embroiled in a vile war of words making a mockery of the respective tragedies involving both clubs.
Cesc Fabregas made an emphatic point to Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as his double sealed a 4-2 win at Leicester, while Everton and Bournemouth suffered shock third-round exits from the English Football League Cup on Tuesday.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was surprised by his former striker Nicklas Bendtner's move to second-tier side Nottingham Forest, but hoped it would revive the Dane's stalled career.
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger would do well to veer from tradition and put out a strong XI against Tueday night's opponents Nottingham Forest
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri believes that it will take up to 20 years for an unfancied team to emulate his side's achievement by winning the Premier League.
Here were the no-hopers, the relegation survivors who, with a makeshift collection of journeymen, bargain-basement signings and unlikely over-achievers all overseen by a likeable coach that few fans wanted, downed the best and richest teams in a league dominated by a mega-wealthy elite