Why Rafael Benítez May Never Be Accepted by Chelsea Fans: The Nightly EPL
Sure, I go away for a week on holiday and nothing happens! Well, not exactly. Mark Hughes and Roberto Di Matteo get sacked. English clubs sputter in Europe. Harry Redknapp and Rafael Benitez return to Premier League management. And West Bromwich Albion move to third in the table.
I should take a holiday more often!
Tonight’s main headline that I’ve picked out of the bunch is why Rafael Benitez will never be accepted by Chelsea fans, which is a good read from Dominic Fifield.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Why Rafael Benítez may never be accepted by Chelsea fans — The Guardian
- Rafael Benítez takes cautious approach in first game at Chelsea helm — The Guardian
- Boudewijn Zendin speaks of whirlwind return to Chelsea after joining Benitez’s coaching staff — Wales Online
- Benitez: Boos don’t bother me — Sky Sports
- Section of West Ham United support aim antisemitic abuse at Spurs fans — The Guardian
- ‘Toughest job yet’ for Harry Redknapp at QPR — Sky Sports
- Why changing the manager doesn’t help much — Football Economy
- One of the world’s poorest countries, Burma, has splashed out £25million to buy EPL TV rights — The Mail
- Dave Sexton’s death reminds Chelsea fans of happier times at the Bridge — The Guardian
- Sources close to Pep Guardiola say he may turn down the Chelsea job because he wants Man Utd job — Sky Sports
- Now Man Utd stand accused over low level of corporation tax — The Observer
- Roberto Mancini says he could have signed Fernando Torres from Liverpool 22 months ago — Sky Sports
- Sunderland deny Martin O’Neill resignation reports — The Mail
- Wenger says he doesn’t have to justify his decisions after his subs against Aston Villa are questioned — BBC Sport
- Seeing Rafa in a Chelsea top makes my skin crawl — Sabotage Times
- Arsenal goal comparison: Lukas Podolski v Montpellier (2012) & George Graham v Liverpool (1970) — 101GG
- Harry Redknapp wants to bring David Beckham back to the Premier League — The Sun
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