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Jose Mourinho said he was now the "Happy One" on his second coming as manager of Chelsea - the club he said he has always loved.
Chelsea bossJose Mourinho is reportedly ready to "offload" Fernando Torres in amove to try and sign Monaco's £52 million striker Radamel Falcao.
The SundayExpress say Mourinho, after hearing Falcao was unsettled at his new club, wentto watch him in action for Columbia against Belgium.
The paper claims contact has been made with Falcao's advisers.
England manager Roy Hodgson says he has "enormous faith" in Chelsea's Ashley Cole, but he has told the full-back he will have to fight hard for his place in England's World Cup squad.
Hodgson said: "I'm still very happy to consider Ashley Cole as a potential English left-back.
"But the competition for that spot is particularly fierce because Baines is also playing well and on top of that we have Kieran Gibbs and Luke Shaw, two younger players who I think can definitely put these more senior ones under some pressure.
"I would definitely not be concerned, if there were no Ashley Cole or Leighton Baines, about Gibbs or Shaw playing".
Frank Lampard will lead England out against Chile at Wembley this evening admitting he is fighting for his World Cup place in Brazil, according to Goal.com.
The 35-year-old Chelsea midfielder will win his 103rd cap in the friendly and captains the side in the absence of the injured Steven Gerrard.
He told reporters: "I understand that, with age and at different parts of your career, you have different challenges. The manager has always said it doesn't matter if you're 17 or 35 going on 36, he'll not look at you any differently, so that's nice to hear.
"The rest is up to me and I'm very determined to meet the challenge that's facing me."
Surprisingly little was known about Ebenezer Cobb Morley, Arthur Pember, Charles WilliamAlcock, Francis Maule Campbell, John Forster Alcock, Herbert Thomas Steward,George Twizell Wawn and James Turner – the men that gathered to form The FA and draft the original 13 laws of association football.
But following a four-month search the Football Association found 16 living relatives.
From that point 150 years ago, football has grown immeasurably and The FA now helps to support seven million people playing the game from grassroots to elite level.
In theUK, it was discovered that Arthur Pember's family tree crossed with Charles Darwin's. In 1925, Pember’s great-niece marriedCharles Galton Darwin, the grandson of Charles Darwin and thus thecurrent Darwin dynasty is also related to one of football’sFounding Fathers.
JaneSleight, the great-great-granddaughter of Arthur Pember, and TomSteward, a relation of Herbert Thomas Steward, are the two relativesliving furthest away, hailing fromWashington DC and Auckland in New Zealand.
Blackheath Football Club were one of the founding clubs in the association and Francis Maule Campbell played for them.
It no longer exists but Civil Service FC - also founded around 150 years ago - are still playing. They were one of the teams involved in the very first football match to take place at Buckingham Palace - another event commemorating the FA's 150th anniversary - two weeks ago.
16 relatives of the Founding Fathers of football attended the ceremony at Wembley Stadium this morning.
Cultural historian Dr. Jane Clayton from the International Football Institute led a four month search for living descendants of the founding fathers.
The hunt has uncovered living descendants for six of the founding fathers.
The event today is the start of a week of celebrations for The FA’s 150th birthday, which will culminate in a Gala Dinner on the anniversary date itself this Saturday.
Rags Martel reported on the FA's search for living descendants of the founding fathers of the sport earlier this year.
The search has been successful and has unearthed London born descendants as well as people from as far afield as America and New Zealand.
A blue plaque was unveiled at Wembley stadium today, attended by the FA's Director of Football Development Sir Trevor Brooking and 7 year old Isaac Lord; the great, great, great, greatnephew of founding father George Twizell Wawn.
Isaac is the youngest descendent of the eight men who drafted the original laws.
The plaque bore the following inscription:
"Commemorating the Founding Fathers of football to mark the 150th anniversary of The Football Association. Formed 26 October 1863."
The founding fathers of football will have a blue plaque unveiled in their honour at Wembley Stadium later.
The families of the men who 150 years ago drafted the original laws of association football are due to attend the ceremony.
Five pubs in the Wembley area have been allocated for Polish fans they are:
- 'The Torch' - 1 Bridge Road
- 'Crock of Gold' - 23 Bridge Road
- 'Crystals' - South Way
- 'Liquor Station' - 379 High Road
- 'Premier Inn' - 151 Wembley Park Drive
As England prepare for their World Cup qualifying match against Poland tomorrow night, Chief Superintendent Colin Morgan, who is in charge of the policing operation, said:
"This is a big night for England and Poland fans alike, who are hoping the match goes smoothly and in their favour!
Along with colleagues from British Transport Police and Wembley Stadium we have been planning our operation for weeks. What we want is for all the fans who are heading to the match to cheer on their national team to have a great, safe, night out.
If you are heading to Wembley Stadium tomorrow night then help us to look after you by planning ahead and getting the most out of your evening out."