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Eden Hazard

Swansea ball boy's act against Chelsea reflects poor gamesmanship in soccer

Chelsea's Eden Hazard created his own danger zone for kicking, or appearing to kick, a misbehaving ball boy. Referee Chris Foy did not see the incident, when Swansea were protecting a 2-0 aggregate score against Chelsea during the Capital One Cup semi-final second leg at the Liberty Stadium last month. Foy, instead, relied on advice from his assistant referee and correctly sent off the 22-year-old Belgian for violent conduct.

Friday, 8 February, 2013, 3:37am

Short Soccer, February 2, 2013

Rangers defender Ross Perry insists a fan boycott of their Scottish Cup fifth-round tie against Dundee United won't distract the players from their task in hand.

2 Feb 2013 - 4:01am

Chelsea hopes to solve goalscoring problem against third tier Brentford

Hazard was suspended after being dismissed during the Chelsea's League Cup semi-final exit at Swansea on Wednesday when he appeared to kick out at a ball boy and faces further action after the FA charged the Belgian midfielder with violent conduct.

27 Jan 2013 - 4:44am

Chelsea player criticised after ball boy kicked

Just when it seemed Chelsea’s reputation couldn’t sink any lower, along came “Ballboygate.”

25 Jan 2013 - 9:57am

Chelsea look to bounce back in the FA Cup after their loss to QPR

Rafael Benitez admits Chelsea's FA Cup third-round tie today at Southampton has taken on added significance in the wake of their shock Premier League defeat to QPR.

Benitez conceded in the wake of Wednesday's 1-0 home loss to the division's bottom club that, with the Blues now lying 14 points behind Manchester United, they require a miraculous run to win the Premier League.

5 Jan 2013 - 3:09am