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23 July 2017
Cahill named new Chelsea captain by Conte
Gary Cahill is the right man to succeed John Terry as Chelsea captain on a permanent basis, manager Antonio Conte has said.
21 July 2017
Cahill: Terry is a huge loss for Chelsea
John Terry will be a "huge loss" for Chelsea as the club seeks to defend the Premier League title, according to Gary Cahill.
10 June 2017
Kane reflects on 'special' goal after England rescue job
England rescued a point from the brink of what would have been a disappointing loss at Scotland, much to goalscorer Harry Kane's delight.
28 May 2017
The offside rule is crazy - Cahill hits out at Sanchez FA Cup goal
Alexis Sanchez's opening goal for Arsenal in their FA Cup defeat of Chelsea should not have counted, says defender Gary Cahill.
19 May 2017
Conte backs Terry to play on
John Terry has been compared to Paolo Maldini and Francesco Totti by Antonio Conte, and the Chelsea boss wants him to keep playing.
12 May 2017
This is the only way to shut people up - Cahill happy to silence Chelsea doubters
Chelsea regained the Premier League title after a dismal defence of the crown in 2015-16, and Gary Cahill felt it was richly deserved.
10 May 2017
Complacency not an issue at Chelsea - Cahill
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is not getting carried away, even if they need just one more win to clinch the title.
30 April 2017
This was like a cup final – Cahill understands magnitude of Everton win
Chelsea are closing in on the Premier League title and Gary Cahill said that the 3-0 win over Everton felt like winning a cup final.
30 April 2017
Everton 0 Chelsea 3: Pedro stunner sets the tone as Conte's men pass final major test
Chelsea passed their final big Premier League test as they beat Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park thanks to a second-half show on Sunday
25 April 2017
A massive step - Cahill, Hazard confident on Chelsea's title charge
Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard believe that Chelsea have taken a huge stride towards Premier League glory with their 4-2 win over Southampton.