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Last season’s Champions League winners will bid to carry the momentum from a successful week into the Barclays Premier League clash after keeping alive their two remaining quests for silverware in the FA Cup and Europa League. “Three points are a must for us on Sunday – we need to win the match,” Hazard said on Chelsea’s official website. “Chelsea are a big club – we have to win titles and to qualify for the Champions League. There’s a lot to do but we’ll try to do it all.” Eden Hazard believes a Chelsea victory over West Ham on Sunday is imperative as they seek to finish the season on a high. Hazard believes the close proximity of Thursday night’s 3-1 win over Steaua Bucharest, which secured a place in the Europa League last eight 3-2 on aggregate, could benefit Chelsea against a Hammers side who will be playing just their second match of the month. “It might favour us at the start of the game because we should be able to set the tempo and get into our stride quicker because we’ve been more used to playing competitive games recently,” Hazard said. “But where it might favour them slightly is the fact that towards the end of the game tiredness may set in for us, while in effect they should be stronger because they’ve had a bit of a rest. “It’s something we have to deal with, and with the support of our fans behind us I’m sure we will be able to.” Chelsea suffered the first defeat of Benitez’s tenure at Upton Park in December, despite entering half-time leading 1-0. “At Upton Park, one or two errors crept in, particularly during the second half, but we were very good in the first half,” Hazard said. “We need to try to repeat that first-half display on Sunday and make sure we get a positive result. We are going into the game in good form, so we should be able to produce a strong performance.” Press Association
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Ronald HeastyRonald Mark â€œRockyâ€ Heasty, 58, life long Wellington resident, passed away at St. Francis Via Christi in Wichita, KS on January 14, 2014.Â He was one of the first clients at Futureâ€™s Unlimited Â where he worked as a production worker.He was the beloved son of Wendell Heasty and Jo Ann (Diller) Heasty.Â He was born September 2, 1955 in Wellington.He enjoyed music and playing the guitar.Â He loved to dance, eat good food, and go fishing.Â He Â was talented in printing and drawing and he loved spending time with his family on his grandparentâ€™s farm. Â He was fascinated with trains and loved the vacations he took with his family on the train.He had a great sense of humor and loved to dress up as Superman, a doctor, sheriff, cowboy, and a fireman.Â He loved Christmas and his special friend was a vintage Coca Cola Santa Claus.Â Rocky was a perfectionist in everything he did.He was preceded in death by his father and an infant brother, Richard Lynn Heasty.Survivors include his mother, Jo Ann Heasty of Wellington; brother, Robert Heasty of Wellington; and sister, Marta Heasty of Wellington; two nieces, Christy Heasty and Misty Syts both of Michigan; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.Â Everyone that knew Rocky loved him.Â He will be deeply missed.Funeral Services will be held on Monday, January 20, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at the First United Methodist Church.Â Reverend Brent Clayton will officiate.Â Graveside Services will be held at the Atlanta Cemetery in Atlanta, KS at 2:30 P.M.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Sunday, January 19, 2014 from 1:00 â€“ 8:00 P.M.The family will be present to greet friends from 6:00 â€“ 8:00 P.M.In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established in his name with the First United Methodist Church and the Wellington Humane Society.Â Contributions can be left or mailed to the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.