Neville: Chelsea miles ahead

Neville: Chelsea miles ahead

Premier League champions Chelsea have shown how much better they are than the rest, says Gary Neville.

Terry: This is what I live for

Terry: This is what I live for

John Terry said winning his fourth Premier League title at Stamford Bridge was “what he lived for”.

Mayweather will give up belts

Mayweather will give up belts

Floyd Mayweather says he intends to give up his three welterweight title belts to give other boxers a chance to win them.

Fabregas and Hazard thrilled

Fabregas and Hazard thrilled

Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard were thrilled - and relieved - to secure the Premier League title by beating Crystal Palace 1-0 at jubilant Stamford Bridge.



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Experts & Columnists

  • 'Chelsea miles ahead'

    'Chelsea miles ahead'

    Champions Chelsea have shown how much better they are than the rest, says Gary Neville.

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    Money masterclass

    Johnny Nelson was shocked by Floyd Mayweather’s one-sided victory over Manny Pacquiao.

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    The greatest

    Glenn McCrory described Floyd Mayweather as the greatest fighter of his generation

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    In awe of Mayweather

    Carl Froch hailed Floyd Mayweather's 'amazing' performance after his one-sided win over Manny Pacquiao.

TV Shows

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    Wenger 'embarrassing'

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  • De Gea 'frustration'

    De Gea 'frustration'

    Man Utd are frustrated by David de Gea's silence over his future, says the Sunday Supplement.

  • Tunnel Talk

    Tunnel Talk

    Patrick Davison and Davie Provan reflect on West Brom's 1-0 SNF win at Old Trafford.

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