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Terry the real POTY for Chelsea

 By Nick Miller

Can Eden Hazard reach heights of Lionel Messi and Ronaldo?

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard said he wanted to be the best player in the world one day following winning the PFA Player of the Year award.

As with many things that the Chelsea manager says, you should probably consider what Jose Mourinho says about 24-year-old Eden Hazard with some caution. Like Pele changing his opinions depending on which country he's in, Mourinho's verdict on who the best player in the world is tends to alter as his job does; generally, the best player in the world is the best player at whatever club Mourinho manages.

In Mourinho's first spell at Chelsea, Frank Lampard was informed (while he was showering) that...

 By Mark Worrall

John Terry the real player of the year for Chelsea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho breaks down the stats trying to prove that his side are the best team.

It's a fact that no Chelsea supporter would begrudge Eden Hazard the PFA Player of the Year award he won at Sunday night's glitzy ceremony at London's Grosvenor Hotel.

Having scored 18 goals in all competitions for the Blues so far this season, the fleet-footed 24-year-old Belgium international has been a key player for Stamford Bridge boss Jose Mourinho, and Hazard's outstanding performances have helped propel Chelsea to almost certain Premier League title glory in addition to winning...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea's Youth Cup dominance yet to produce senior goods

Chelsea won their fourth FA Youth Cup in the past six years with a 5-2 aggregate defeat of Manchester City.

Chelsea's seniors may be champions in waiting, but their younger brothers already have their crown. Winning their fourth title in six seasons, Chelsea have become the most prolific collectors of the FA Youth Cup since Manchester United's Busby Babes won the first five from 1953 to 1957.

A 2-1 victory closed out in a counterattacking style that would have met Jose Mourinho's approval sealed a 5-2 aggregate victory over Manchester City, and captain Charlie Colkett could lift the trophy to the cheers...