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Football: Chelsea back in EPL swing

Football: Chelsea back in EPL swing

After a Champagne Sunday, leaders Chelsea got back to the bread and butter of churning out Premier League points with Eden Hazard's header sealing a 1-0 victory at cross-town rivals West Ham United.

Football: Reid inks new West Ham deal - report

Football: Reid inks new West Ham deal - report

All Whites defender Winston Reid has signed a new deal at the English Premier League club West Ham according to reports, after months of speculation that he was leaving the club.

Football: Everton, Chelsea fined over player misconduct

Football: Everton, Chelsea fined over player misconduct

Chelsea and Everton have both been fined 30,000 pounds for players' misconduct during their Premier League match last month at Stamford Bridge, the Football Association says.

Football: Phoenix get back on track in Melbourne

 Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick called for patience; he said the goals would come.

Football: Terry inspires Chelsea to League Cup glory

Football: Terry inspires Chelsea to League Cup glory

John Terry embellished his status to Chelsea fans as "captain, leader, legend" by scoring the goal that set his side on the way to a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup final at a rain-sodden Wembley.

Football: Southern Utd squanders dream start

Football: Southern Utd squanders dream start

Southern United squandered a dream start to lose 2 1 to semifinal contender Hawkes Bay United in their ASB Premiership match at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.

Football: Rooney ends goal drought as United go third

Football: Rooney ends goal drought as United go third

Wayne Rooney ended his eight-game Premier League scoring drought with a brace as Manchester United climbed back above Arsenal into third with a 2-0 victory against a dogged Sunderland.

Football: Late chance for Southern to inject vitality, aggression

Southern United has had a grim season but one bright spark has been the attacking form shown by striker Tom Jackson.

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