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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Liverpool 9 3 0 30
3 Chelsea 8 4 0 28
4 Tottenham 9 0 3 27
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Olivier Giroud: Football is a long way from accepting openly gay players

France striker Olivier Giroud believes that it is "impossible to be openly homosexual in football" and that the idea that the sport is a long way from accepting openly gay players is an "understatement."

Speaking with Le Figaro in French, the 32-year-old recalled the "emotional" time when former Germany international Thomas Hitzlsperger came out back in early 2014 -- still the highest-profile former footballer to date. The Chelsea forward also pointed to his various gestures with former clubs...

Chelsea's Alvaro Morata seeing psychologist to deal with 'pressure and emotions'

Shaka Hislop weighs in on Alvaro Morata's decision to see a psychologist to help him deal with the "pressure and emotions" at Chelsea.
The FC crew answer your tweets on what constitutes a bad day at work, if Alvaro Morata or Romelu Lukaku will score more goals this season and more.

Alvaro Morata said that he is seeing a psychologist to help him deal with the "pressure and emotions" he experienced at Chelsea last season, adding that he briefly thought about leaving Stamford Bridge last summer to join a club where he could play "without pressure."

Chelsea paid a then club-record £58 million to sign Morata from Real Madrid as Diego Costa's replacement in the summer of 2017, but he faded badly after a bright start as injuries and off-field events -- his close friend was killed...

Antonio Conte to wait for next job as Santiago Solari lands Real Madrid role

Fernando Torres insists he felt like he had completed everything he needed to in Europe before he moved to Japan's Sagan Tosu from Atletico Madrid.

Antonio Conte has insisted he is in no rush to return to coaching after Real Madrid confirmed to the Spanish Football Association that Santiago Solari will remain in charge of the team for at least the rest of the season.

Chelsea and Conte remain locked in a legal dispute relating to his acrimonious departure from the club in July, with the Italian maintaining he should be paid in full for the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge and the club claiming his behaviour contributed...

Chelsea's Eden Hazard feeling wear and tear of professional football

Fernando Torres insists he felt like he had completed everything he needed to in Europe before he moved to Japan's Sagan Tosu from Atletico Madrid.
Shaka Hislop unveils his latest club power rankings, then has to answer to the rest of the baffled FC crew.

Chelsea's Eden Hazard is feeling the "wear and tear" of more than 10 years of playing professional football and is "not happy" with the amount of times he is fouled.

Hazard missed three consecutive games last month after suffering a back injury in the 2-2 draw with Manchester United, who were accused of targeting the Belgium international with fouls.

Since joining Chelsea from Lille in 2012, Hazard has been one of the most frequently fouled players in the Premier League -- only Crystal Palace's...

Chelsea in talks over antisemitism match against New England Revolution in U.S. - sources

Fernando Torres insists he felt like he had completed everything he needed to in Europe before he moved to Japan's Sagan Tosu from Atletico Madrid.
Shaka Hislop unveils his latest club power rankings, then has to answer to the rest of the baffled FC crew.

Chelsea are in discussions about playing a friendly match against MLS club New England Revolution next summer as part of their antisemitism initiative, sources have told ESPN FC.

Last week, Robert Kraft, the owner of the Revolution and the New England Patriots, told the World Jewish Congress he had spoken to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich about a game that would see both men donate $1 million (£778,565) to the fight against antisemitism, with all money from ticket sales going to the cause.

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