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Premier League won't move fixtures to help teams prepare for Europe

The Premier League will not move fixtures at club's requests, likely angering Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.

The Premier League will not move individual fixtures in an effort to placate clubs competing in the Champions League.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, in particular, has bemoaned such a short turnaround in fixtures with his players on occasion forced to compete three times -- two English top-flight matches either side of a Champions League game -- in the space of eight days.

This has been blamed as one of the factors for no English club progressing beyond the last 16 of Europe's premier club competition...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jose Mourinho says Chelsea squad can contend in Europe 'for a decade'

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC Jose Mourinho elaborates on his Champions League ambitions with Chelsea.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says letting Petr Cech go to Arsenal was tough but Thibaut Courtois is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC Jose Mourinho tells Shaka Hislop he was "scared" when Radamel Falcao signed for Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho says his current Chelsea squad is a "a team for a decade" but added that history shows winning the Champions League with the Stamford Bridge club is not something that can be taken for granted.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Mourinho admitted he felt "super happy" when Chelsea won the European Cup in 2012, even though he was Real Madrid manager at the time and still feeling disappointment at being knocked out at the semifinal stage.

"I didn't win with Chelsea but I felt super...

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Ajax held while Celtic and FC Basel hold upper hand in Champions League

Celtic celebrate after Dedryck Boyata netted their winner.

Ajax had to settle for a draw while Celtic and FC Basel were among the winners as the final six Champions League third qualifying first leg ties were played on Wednesday evening.

Ajax threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Rapid Vienna -- the lowest-ranked side in the non-champions half of the draw.

Davy Klaassen scored twice in the first half to seemingly put Ajax in control of the tie, but three minutes after the break Florian Kainz reduced the arrears. 

The Austrian club suffered...