The Hard Tackle brings you the roundup of the some of the stories regarding Premier League side Chelsea FC.
Speaking to the Sunday Supplement, former Red Devils defender Gary Neville blasted the FA for the handling of the entire fiasco
Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp have leapt to the defence of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, after the striker was photographed in a drunken state earlier this week.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct by the FA over comments he made about referee Anthony Taylor in the buildup to last week's league meeting with Liverpool.
Sunderland manager and Premier League veteran Sam Allardyce will be named as the new manager of the England national team in the next 24 hours.
The England job is up for grabs as Roy Hodgson stepped down after the Three Lions' woeful Round of 16 exit to Iceland in the European Championships. Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is now set to speak to the FA about his preferred managerial candidate and a former nemesis.
The recently crowned PFA young player of the year was involved in some questionable on-field actions that could see him suspended for the rest of the season.
The temperamental forward has been slapped with a suspension after being sent off in Chelsea's game against Everton, but could face further punishment for his behaviour after receiving the red card.
The 2-2 draw between Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge was a very ill-tempered affair with players from both sides clashing several times during the match and it seems the FA have decided to take disciplinary action on both clubs.
It's been almost a day, since Manchester United lost their Capital One Cup Round of 16 tie against Middlesbrough FC, but the controversy regarding Wayne Rooney's missed penalty still rages on.