Darren Fletcher & John Terry

Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. John George Terry (born 7 December 1980) is an English professional footballer. 5.0/5

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Darren Fletcher muttered to John Terry straight after Terry was shown the red card: "no way red".
TEAM NEWS Man Utd v/s Newcastle Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson looks set to make changes from the side held by Swansea. Javier Hernandez, Darren Fletcher and Danny Welbeck could feature with Rafael (thigh) facing a fitness test. Newcastle United will be without suspended midfielder Chieck Tiote after the influential Ivorian picked up a fifth booking of the season.. Hatem Ben Arfa, Steven Taylor (both hamstring), Yohan Cabaye (groin) and Ryan Taylor (knee) are also missing. Norwich Chelsea v/s Norwich Norwich are assessing captain Grant Holt's fitness in the hope he can overcome the hamstring injury that saw him miss the defeat at West Brom. Steven Whittaker (hip) is out, joining John Ruddy, Andrew Surman and Ryan Bennett on the sidelines. Chelsea midfielder John Mikel Obi is back in contention after completing a three-game ban. John Terry is unlikely to be fit, while Ryan Bertrand is doubtful with a groin strain. Sunderland v/s Man City Sunderland winger Adam Johnson is rated as doubtful to feat ...
Ins and outs: Sir Alex will keep everybody guessing with the nature of his line-up although he did confess he felt both managers would make changes. Senior figures such as Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie could be rested with one eye on Saturday's match with Arsenal so the likes of Scott Wootton, Anderson, Darren Fletcher and Ryan Giggs could come into the boss' thinking. Chelsea are still missing John Terry and Frank Lampard and have included youngsters George Saville and Nathan Ake in their squad. Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres sit out their one-match bans.
Reply: Man Utd had to win us with an off-side goal! You have a short memory don't you?! It seems you have forgot Drogba's MASSIVE off-side goal at Old Trafford, a few years ago. That game was much CRUICAL than last nights. The EPL title was decided by that ill-decision as Chelsea won the game 2-1 and clinched the title in later weeks. While at (Stamford Bridge) United have suffered some terrible decisions in recent times, (to recall a few) i still remember Michael Carricks 'ball to hand' penalty verdict as Chelsea won the game. I also recall John Terry headed a late winner from a free kick at Stamford Bridge, the build-up to the goal was aided by a clear push to the ground challenge (I think it was on (Darren Fletcher) inside the box by (Didier Drogba) who was in a off-side position when the ball crossed the line, that challenge and the off-side incident went un-noticed by the officials - but I believe you won't remember any off these incidents, because either you were not a Chelsea fan those days or you' ...
Because i support Manchester United, people will say we've had the worst season ever. But this is not the truth, This is not the reality. The season we've just finished has been a miracle. “I don't want to try and find excuses, but I think it's a miracle we're still there at the top when you consider the problems we've had. "Take the likes of John Terry, Chamalean a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd Vincent Kompany out of Chelsea, Arsenal a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd Manchester City respectively for most of the season and I want to see if they are still top of the league. That's what we've had to deal with in Nemanja Vidic. "We've also lost a player like Darren Fletcher and Anderson as well. Evra had to play at centre-back against Wigan Athletic with Michael Carrick. Those are all facts. Still, after all that, we're nine points better than last season a̶̲̥̅̊ŋd this season League was decided within 3mins with Goals Difference, so we've done well. You have to give credit to Man City for doing even better becos its never easy to be a ...
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