File - Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reacts during their English Premier League soccer match against Manchester City at the Etihad stadium in Manchester, northern England September 21, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
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Chelsea jet-setters return to local businessIn case they needed it, the short trip to Crystal Palace will refocus Chelsea's globe-trotting players on matters at home as the Premier League slips back into gear this weekend after the second international break of the season. Like most of their Premier League rivals, Chelsea's squad was scattered far and wide after their 2-0 home win over Arsenal Oct. 5, a result that left them five points clear after six wins and a draw from their opening seven matches.It is unlikely to happen again, given the improvements Mourinho has made to his squad during the close-season and the clear hunger of his side to reclaim the Premier League trophy after an absence of four seasons.Mourinho would still have been anxious as he counted his players back in through the training ground gates this week.He would have kept a particularly careful eye on Spain striker Diego Costa, whose nine league goals since signing from Atletico Madrid have fuelled Chelsea's flying start.
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