A round up of the key news about Chelsea this morning.
Arsenal's Mesut Ozil made his home debut for Arsenal helping them to a 3-1 win over Stoke.
Serge Gnabry was the not-so-surprise name included in Arsenal's XI against Stoke with Theo Walcott out injured.
The amazing collection of doctors assembled at Kensington’s Town Hall for the Anti-Aging Conference were not actually anti-aging. They were in favour of aging, they just want us to do it well.
While some of United's young goal-scorers were making waves in England this weekend, Henriquez was scoring a goal of his own in Spain.
Controversial Italian Paolo di Canio has been sacked as Sunderland boss.
Mesut Ozil appears to have settled straight into life at Arsenal.
Former Arsenal and West Ham forward John Hartson believes David Moyes did not do enough with Everton to justify being awarded the Manchester United job.
And no it's not a Luis Suarez-esque handball, it's Maxi Rodriguez' dribbling ability which is picking up the plaudits.
This quintet of Chelsea players could be looking to show Jose Mourinho what they can do against Swindon Town.