Chelsea’s Petr Cech looks across the pitch during the Champions League Group G soccer match between Chelsea and Sporting Lisbon at Stamford Bridge in London, Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
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Out-of-favor goalkeeper Petr Cech will not leave Chelsea in January and has nothing to prove ahead of his first Premier League start of the season against Hull City, manager Jose Mourinho said.The Czech international had been Chelsea's No. 1 for the last 10 years before Thibaut Courtois, who returned from a loan at Atletico Madrid, took his place at the start of the season.There has been mounting media speculation that Cech would leave Stamford Bridge during the January transfer window in search of first-team action.Mourinho, however, wants Cech to stay and is backing the 32-year-old who regains his position in place of the injured Courtois.
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