A round-up of news and views relating to Chelsea over the past 24 hours.
Goals from Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland, Liverpool, Newcastle United and Stoke City players feature.
Another gameweek and another midfield hat trick, this time from Theo Walcott. The hectic festive schedule has thrown up plenty of points, and if you pick wisely, this gameweek could give a final hurrah before the FA cup break.
Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, West Ham and Arsenal players feature.
Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town, Hull City, Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers all feature.
It has been an up and down year for managers, but bosses at Everton, Newcastle United, as well as former Swansea and Chelsea gaffers deserve to be in the conversation.
One club’s loss is another club’s gain as Leicester City beat Millwall in the race to sign New Zealand striker Chris Wood.
QPR, Southampton, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool bosses have big questions to answer in 2013. Can they?
Players from Reading, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City all feature.
Which five of Manchester City's brightest talents 21 or under could use a spell away from the club to gain vital first-team experience?
Brendan Rodgers knows Patrick Roberts well, having had him on loan at Celtic for the past two and a half seasons.
Leeds United winger is excited to get back.
Nottingham Forest supporters have been discussing a potential move for Wolves stopper.
Everton boss Marco Silva is on the hunt for quality new recruits this summer and could snap up a bargain from Manchester City.
Leeds defender Jansson impressed for Sweden on Monday.
Did Liverpool fans put new rivalry with Tottenham aside?
Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers have brought Nikola Katic to Ibrox.
Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata was in action for Belgium on Monday.
West Ham United have reportedly completed their second signing of the summer in the shape of Swansea City goalkeeper Lukas Fabianski.
Wolves have swooped for Rui Patricio, and Arsenal and Liverpool supporters believe their clubs have missed out.
Some of the bonus pot will be diverted elsewhere.
Which five of Liverpool's brightest talents 21 or under could use a spell away from the club to gain vital first-team experience.
2012 has been a remarkable year in Premier League football but amongst the stars, the goals, the victories and the defeats are a few things we could all do without in the New Year.