Ruben Loftus-Cheek suffers injury setback during Nottingham Forest win

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Álvaro Morata returned to the path of the goal with a double in the victory (2-0) of Chelsea over the Nottingham Forest today in the third round of the FA Cup. When he was substituted in the 85th minute, the entire stadium dismissed him with a standing ovation. "I can't say anything out of respect for Chelsea but everyone knows the situation".

Rio Ferdinand faced Fabregas on numerous occasions as Manchester United and Arsenal battled for Premier League titles.

Although Sarri has expressed a desire to keep Fabregas, it's thought his move to the Ligue 1 side will be finalised soon - possibly ahead of Chelsea's League Cup game away at Tottenham in midweek. I got to spend some time with him off the pitch during this years World Cup & he's a top guy too. "It feels like last week I started playing professionally, and now it has been over 15 years".

Sarri hints at the need for Chelsea to sign attackers in January
The midfielder joined the Blues from Napoli at the last second following Sarri's appointment also from the Serie A giants. I have to try to improve my players in the offensive phase.

"It's been going on for a while and it's something he might have to have some time out to look at".

"You have to be ready every three days, live with criticism, with everyone saying how good you are, with up and downs, but time really does fly".

Callum Hudson-Odoi impressed in the Forest win, setting up both of Morata's goals, and Fabregas backed the teenager - linked with a move to Bayern Munich - to have a bright future.

Serena Williams And Roger Federer To Face Off For The First Time
The much-hyped contest lived up to the billing immediately with Federer nearly running down Williams' smash into the open court. Switzerland have two wins from two games ahead of Thursday's meeting with Greece , while USA take on Britain next.

"As a young lad watching Match of the Day and seeing Cesc for Arsenal and Barcelona you can see what an intelligent player he is", Barkley told BBC Sport. "But for me it's very important and if Cesc will go I think that we need to buy another player, and it's not easy because, technically, Cesc is a very important player", he added.

"He is a humble boy, he really loves playing football and hopefully he can really make it very soon".

Antonio Brown 'still feeling discomfort,' will be game-time decision Sunday
The report said Brown became "disgusted" and threw a football in anger at one of his teammates during a walk-through, citing several sources.

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