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John Terry set to sign with Premier League club for £100k-a-week.
BREAKING: John Terry is on the verge of joining this Premier League club for £100,000 a week! Out of nowhere!
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John Terry lifts the Premier League trophy with Chelsea for the fifth and final time. WATCH:
John Terry's Premier League career by numbers for Chelsea:. 492 games 🏃. 41 goals ⚽️. 5 titles 🏆. One of the greats. 🔵
"This isn't Hollywood - it's a Premier League fixture!". Not everyone is impressed with Chelsea's send-off for John Terry.
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John Terry has now scored in 17 consecutive Premier League seasons; 41 goals in total. It just had to be him. 👊
John Terry has scored in every Premier League season since 2000 😳👏🏻
Paul Clement admits interest in signing John Terry - if Swansea retain Premier League status
40 – John Terry has scored more Premier League goals than any other defender in the competition’s history. Blue.
John Terry leaves Chelsea as the best CB of the Premier League era. Hopefully, he'll lift it one more time.
John Terry lifting the Premier League trophy at Stamford Bridge on his final ever appearance is the stuff of dreams.
John Terry is leaving Chelsea at the end of the season. Premier League legend 🙌🏼
488 - John Terry has played more Premier League games for Chelsea than any other player (488). Legend.
John Terry has scored more goals (40) than any other defender in Premier League history.
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Happy 36th birthday to one of the finest central defenders the Premier League has seen: . Chelsea and England star John Terry.…
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Chelsea’s David Luiz must do this to emulate John Terry, claims Martin Keown
Lampard: "John Terry is the greatest Premier League defender, beyond a doubt."
John Terry is the best center back in the history of the Premier League. I also don't care what you think. Don't @ me
DailyMail - Wes Morgan is set to become a Premier League winning captain like John Terry and Roy Keane
John Terry to leave Chelsea in summer: Terry, capped 78 times, has won four Premier League titl...
No defender has scored more goals in the history of the Premier League than John Terry (40).
Vidic was one of the best CBs in Premier League history, along with Rio Ferdinand, John Terry and Chris Smalling.
I'm no fan of John Terry but credit to him playing in the premier league whilst being disabled.
Only Ryan Giggs has cheated more times than John Terry in the Premier League too other Man Utd.
John Terry became only the fourth player to reach 300 Premier League wins on Saturday...
300 - John Terry became the 4th Premier League player to win 300 games this weekend (Giggs 407, Lampard 349, Scholes 321). Spa…
John Terry - the Roy Jones Jr of Premier League football.
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John Terry today makes his 450th Premier League start!
John Terry is making his 450th start for Chelsea in the Premier League. Captain. Leader. Legend.
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John Terry v Man City on the opening weekend of the 2006/07 Premier League season...
you'll sell. Great opportunity for a young English CB to learn off the best CB of the Premier League era. John Terry
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John Terry 'would never do a Frank Lampard or Petr Cech and join Premier League rival' http:/…
Chelsea skipper John Terry lifts the Premier League trophy
John Terry lifting the Premier League trophy on the parade bus today!
John Terry is only the 2nd outfield player in Premier League history to play every minute of every game.
John Terry and have lifted the Premier League trophy! Let the celebrations begin...
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John Terry, Petr Cech and Didier Drogba are the only Premier League legends remaining. 2 are most probably leaving in June…
With his goal, John Terry went clear as the highest-scoring defender in Premier League history. It is his 39th in the compet…
John Terry is now the highest-scoring defender in Premier League history with 39 goals!
After yesterday's opener goal against Liverpool, John Terry has become the highest scoring defender in the Premier League history.
John Terry has equalled Roy Keane’s record of winning 4 Premier League titles as the captain of a club.
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John Terry has now captained 4 Premier League winning teams, a feat only matched by Roy Keane.
TransferSources: John Terry sending condolences to Rio Ferdinand having just won the Premier League, class from him.
John Terry was on the scoresheet tonight for & is now the joint top-scoring defender in Premier League history. …
38 - John Terry joins David Unsworth as the top scoring defender in Premier League history with 38 goals. Leader.
FACT: John Terry has scored in each of the last 15 Premier League seasons. . Captain, Leader & Legend
John Terry is now the all-time top scoring Premier League defender.
5 years ago I said John Terry was over the hill. This season he has been the best centre back in the Premier League!
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Jamie Carragher: "For me John Terry is the best centre back in Premier League history. He's getting better with age." …
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John Terry , Eden Hazard and Branislav Ivanovic have started every Premier League game.
450 - John Terry becomes the fifth player to play 450 Premier League matches for a single club - the first Chelsea player to…
John Terry has played 2,610 minutes this season, and has scored 37 goals in the all-time Premier League.
Only Peter Crouch (14) and Oliver Giroud (12) have scored more headed Premier League goals in the last 4 seasons than John Terry (11)
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Terry: Where we want to be John Terry believes the most emphatic way in which the squad can prove their quality is by winning trophies. From a defensive point of view, the Chelsea captain had one of his quieter afternoons during Saturday’s 5-0 victory at Swansea City as our attacking players shone, with both Oscar and Diego Costa scoring twice each in a first half which saw Jose Mourinho ’s side play some sublime football. Having opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League table over the weekend, focus now turns to three domestic cup matches over the course of the next eight days, and Terry expressed the desire within the squad to be competitive on all fronts during the second half of the season. ‘In the first half at Swansea, the football and the goals were some of the best I’ve seen,’ said the skipper. ‘Myself and Gaz [ Gary Cahill] felt like we weren’t doing much apart from applauding what we were seeing in front of us, it was a delight to watch and I really hope we conti ...
John Terry has played over 3x more games in the Premier League (442) than Swansea have in the Premier League (135). http…
Two reasons why will win the Premier League in May - John Terry and Diego Costa
John Terry believes Chelsea will bounce back from their shock 5-3 defeat at Spurs http…
A Harry Kane-inspired Tottenham left Chelsea tottering at the Premier League summit with a spectacular 5-3 win over their London rivals. Champions Manchester City battled to a 3-2 victory over Sunderland earlier on New Year's Day to move level on points with Jose Mourinho's team, who initially found an assured response through Diego Costa's 14th league goal of the season. But it was another striker who truly illuminated the contest, with Kane brilliantly equalising after 30 minutes and winning a penalty that Andros Townsend converted moments after Danny Rose gave Tottenham a 45th-minute lead. A 3-1 half-time advantage became 4-1 eight minutes into the second period when Kane excelled once more to chalk up a sixth goal in his past six games and 16th of the season overall. Federico Fazio's needless error allowed Eden Hazard to reduce the arrears, but Nacer Chadli's strike put the game beyond the reach of the visitors, though John Terry did have the last say with a late close-range finish. The result means C ...
Mourinho Still Mulling Over Chelsea Thrashing Says Penalty Denial Was Harsh Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho claims his side should have had a penalty for handball to take a 2-0 lead and seize control before they slumped to a 5-3 defeat against Spurs at White Hart Lane. Diego Costa's tap in put Chelsea ahead, but Harry Kane levelled before Danny Rose followed up a rebound. Kane was tripped by Gary Cahill for an Andros Townsend penalty, before Kane's second and Nacer Chadli's deflected effort ensured goals from Eden Hazard and John Terry's were only consolations for the visitors. Chelsea conceded five goals in a Premier League game for only the third time - they lost 5-1 against Liverpool in 1996, and 5-3 to Arsenal in 2011.
John Terry, a centre-back, has scored 18 non-penalty goals in the Premier League over past 5 seasons, or just 1 fewer than …
Ronald Koeman's men took an early lead through Sadio Mane but an equaliser from the Belgian saw the two sides share the spoils, despite Morgan Schneiderlin's second half red card Southampton held Chelsea to a 1-1 draw at St Mary's Stadium on Sunday afternoon, but the Blues will finish the year on top of the Premier League. Jose Mourinho's men failed to hit their usual impeccable standards on the south coast, with Southampton displaying their top-four credentials in a battling display. An upset appeared on the cards when Sadio Mane made the most of sloppy defending from Chelsea Captain John Terry, recently promised a new deal by Mourinho, to race through and deftly lift over Thibaut Courtois for his second goal in as many matches. However, a moment of brilliance from Eden Hazard shortly before the break levelled proceedings, as he curled home his seventh league goal of the campaign. Chelsea pushed hard for a winner after the break and felt hard done by when Cesc Fabregas was booked for simulation despite b ...
Chelsea and City pass West test as well as Man U and Southamton win . . . . . . . . . . Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United showed their rivals no seasonal cheer on Friday as they consolidated their positions in the Premier League table with one-sided Boxing Day victories. Leaders Chelsea set the tone by overcoming West Ham United 2-0. City followed suit with a 3-1 success at West Bromwich Albion and United kept pace by beating Newcastle United 3-1, with Wayne Rooney scoring twice and making one. Chelsea continue to lead City by three points, with United seven points further back, while West Ham's loss allowed Southampton, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City and Liverpool to make up ground in the race for the top four. Goals in each half from John Terry and Diego Costa – his 13th of the campaign – earned Jose Mourinho's Chelsea a one-sided home win over West Ham, who slipped to fifth. West Ham were expected to provide a stern test after a run of five games without defeat, but despite . ...
John Terry has now scored 36 Premier League goals, the only defender to score more in the history of the competition is David …
Yaya Toure shrugged off John Terry's claim the title-race pressure is all on Manchester City by leading Manuel Pellegrini's men to a 3-1 victory at West Brom. Chelsea captain Terry said "it's going to be tough" for his side's rivals to stay close to the pacesetters after the Blues took a temporary six-point Premier League lead with a 2-0 victory over West Ham. Terry also said Chelsea's early Boxing Day kick-off and ninth consecutive Premier League victory at Stamford Bridge heaped the pressure on second-placed City. Toure and company had other ideas however, the Ivorian netting a penalty to send City 2-0 up in just 13 minutes at The Hawthorns following Fernando's opener. David Silva added City's third goal in the first half, before the visitors shut up shop to coast home after the turnaround despite Brown Ideye netting for West Brom late on. The Etihad Stadium side stretched their winning run to nine games in all competitions, and seven in the Premier League. Terry's header and Diego Costa's 13th goal of ...
TODAYS MATCH RESULT AND REPORT CHELSEA 2 West Ham 0 three points clear at end of day scores 13th PL goal of season Ham have won one of last 17 PL games v Blues Leaders Chelsea tightened their grip on the Premier League's top spot with a commanding victory over West Ham. The Blues had already come close through Oscar and Gary Cahill when John Terry turned in Diego Costa's header from close range. After a tame first half, West Ham offered more in the second, but their hopes were snuffed out by Costa's drilled finish just after the hour. Morgan Amalfitano hit the post late on but Chelsea racked up 28 shots at goal. Chelsea look set to finish 2014 at the top of the table - and the quality of their performance suggested they may well still be there in May. Jose Mourinho accused West Ham of playing "19th century football" after the teams' goalless draw at Stamford Bridge in January, but this Blues side, with the attacking threat Costa and Cesc Fabregas, never looked like being denied. The visitors' style has ta ...
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STOKE, England (AP) John Terry scored his first league goal of the season to help Chelsea beat Stoke 2-0 Monday and restore its three-point lead atop the Premier League. Terry put his side ahead in just the second minute with a powerful header from a corner, and Cesc Fabregas doubled the lead in the 78th to make sure Chelsea re-established the gap to second-place Manchester City. In between, it was a feisty and physical game at the Britannia Stadium and Stoke's Phil Bardsley was lucky to escape with just a yellow card after a reckless tackle on Eden Hazard in the 20th minute. ''A victory means a bit more than the three points,'' Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said. ''We won for sure in one of the most difficult places to win.'' Mourinho's side could have had more goals, with Diego Costa failing to finish a couple of good opportunities, and were generally very much in control throughout the game, showing their ability to cope with a combative Stoke outfit on a chilly evening. Stoke beat Arsenal 3-2 here aft ...
Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea's 2-0 win at Stoke, which secured top spot in the Premier League at Christmas, was worth "more than three points". John Terry and Cesc Fabregas weighed in with the goals that moved Chelsea three points clear of Manchester City. After suffering defeat at the Britannia Stadium last season, Mourinho was happy to get the job done this time. "To win here they must be a really very good team with the capacity to adapt to Stoke's style of play," Mourinho said. "These victories mean more than three points. To win and get three points, the players need the right spirit and mentality. "Only with a great team performance is it possible to be successful against Stoke." The one controversy of the match came when referee Neil Swarbrick elected only to caution Stoke defender Phil Bardsley for a full-blooded challenge on Eden Hazard.
Chelsea out to exorcise recent demons vs. Newcastle on Tyneside December 5, 2014 7:43:01 AM PST By Phil Lythell As the games begin to pile up and test the durability of every Premier League squad, Chelsea take their unbeaten record to the northeast of England when they face Newcastle United in a fixture bereft of fond memories in recent years. The Blues have come away with nothing from their last two visits to St James' Park, and while it might not be a run to compare with Tottenham's winless streak at Stamford Bridge that now stands at 24 years after Wednesday night's game, they will doubtless approach this clash with a healthy dose of pragmatism. The 2-0 defeat 13 months ago saw a lethargic Chelsea contained in the first half before being outthought and outfought after the break. The season before, a defensive aberration from John Terry saw them relinquish a 2-1 lead in a match that they were controlling, eventually falling 3-2 to a late winner after a pulsating, if infuriating, 90 minutes. After their ...
Arsenal To Beat Chelsea To Signing Of Championship Starlet Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings looks likely to move to the Premier League in the near future as Arsenal join the race for his signature, according to the Mirror . The 21-year-old has been impressing in the second tier of English football and has already attracted the likes of Chelsea, Everton, Manchester United and Newcastle United. The Blues were believed to be leading the race for Mings having identified the Englishman as the ideal long-term successor to Captain John Terry. However, Arsene Wenger is keen to beat his London rivals to the youngster as he looks to bolster his defence in the January transfer window. The Gunners started the 2014/15 season with only six recognised first team defenders and long-term injuries to Mathieu Debuchy and Laurent Koscielny has reduced the squad to its bare bones. Wenger has been given £20m by the hierarchy at the Emirates Stadium and would be willing to sanction half of that to land Mings. The 65-year-old ...
Gary Neville has expressed his belief that Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta is the best defender in the Premier League. The Blues have the second best defensive record in the league this season as they have conceded 10 goals in their 10 matches, and Neville feels that the Spaniard's consistency separates him from his teammates at Stamford Bridge. "I'd say, for consistency of performances, it would be one of the Chelsea lads and I'd probably say Azpilicueta," Neville told Sky Sports News . "For technical defending, not making a mistake, not being in the wrong position, not getting caught out... I don't see him making a mistake. And I have to say the Chelsea defenders aren't far behind him; Gary Cahill, John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic . "But Azpilicueta, when I watch him, he's as near to perfect as possible when it comes to defending; he's immaculate." The 25-year-old joined Chelsea in 2012 from Marseille.
WE HAVE HISTORY Chelsea are seeking to extend our unbeaten run against Manchester United to seven games in all competitions. The Red Devils have won six of their last 22 Premier League games against the Blues. In May 2005 Gary Neville, now a highly impressive TV analyst of the game, bore a grimace as he lined up with his teammates in a guard of honour at Old Trafford for John Terry et al, the newly crowned league champions. Performance-wise it was a comfortable evening for the Blues, though Sir Alex Ferguson’s side opened the scoring on seven minutes through Ruud van Nistelrooy, bundling past Carlo Cudicini from close range. That was actually the Dutchman’s first league goal since before Christmas. The Londoners controlled the game after that, Tiago equalising 10 minutes later with a spectacular spank from distance that left goalkeeper Roy Carroll grasping at air. A typically clever chip by Eidur Gudjohnsen 15 minutes after the break put the visitors ahead and, following Joe Cole’s tap in after Fran ...
Chelsea6 Remy 13′ Drogba 23′ (pen) Terry 31′ Viler 54′ (og) Hazard 77′ (pen), 90′ NK Maribor0 Didier Drogba scored his first goal since rejoining Chelsea as they recorded their biggest Champions League win with a dominant victory against Maribor at Stamford Bridge. Loic Remy swept in the opener but was quickly replaced by Drogba after injuring himself when scoring. Drogba then converted a penalty before John Terry slid in a third. A Mitja Viler own goal put Chelsea in command before Eden Hazard scored a penalty and drove in a late sixth. Agim Ibraimi hit the post with a penalty for Maribor, but in truth the Slovenians were well beaten. Chelsea have seven points from three games to sit top of Group G, and will be confident of reaching the knockout stage. It was almost the perfect win for boss Jose Mourinho, although the injury to Remy was a cause for concern. With Diego Costa out with a hamstring injury, the Blues could face Sunday's Premier League trip to Manchester United with Drogba as the c ...
MOURINHO: VERY HAPPY Jose Mourinho watched his side record our biggest ever Champions League win against Maribor, and praised the manner of the performance. Goals from Loic Remy and Captain John Terry, either side of a Didier Drogba penalty, gave us a three-goal advantage at the break, with an Eden Hazard brace – including one from the spot – and a Mitja Viler own goal compounding the Slovenian’s misery. ‘I told the players before the game that the best way to respect opponents who, in theory, are not as good as you are, and don’t have the same potential as you, is to play at your maximum level,’ explained the Portuguese. ‘It’s not to play a second team, or play with a lack of concentration, it’s to play the best possible way. From the first minute until the last we tried to play well. Defensively we respected our opponents; we know their strikers are good players, the wingers are dangerous, so they deserve our respect. ‘Because we respected them so much we managed to produce a solid p ...
After yet another lengthy interruption, welcome back to a Premier League campaign in which Chelsea are now the only unbeaten team (Charlton, Nottingham Forest and Bristol City are undefeated in the lower tiers). The league leaders have won two and drawn one on the road so far, but now face testing trips over the next two weekends, with a home Champions League tie in between. The clash at Old Trafford next Sunday may attract the admiring glances but this weekend retribution is demanded and London pride is at stake. The loss in this corner of south London last March cost the Blues dearly and the fact it was self-inflicted only added to the pain. It is the only defeat in our last 15 matches against teams from the capital. Nineteen points from a possible 21 is the second finest start to a season of the Premier League era. The best was also made by Jose Mourinho’s Blues in 2005/06. Back then no points at all were dropped until the 10th match, a draw at Everton. John Terry is due to captain Chelsea from the s ...
If this Blues had played for Liverpool, they could have won the Premier League... Jamie Redknapp believes that his Liverpool team could have won the Premier League title if John Terry had been playing for them, rather than Chelsea, and wishes he could have played alongside him. SEE…
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Jose Mourinho's magic formula has Chelsea leading from the front again To follow on from the thrills of last season's Premier League title race -- eventually decided on the final day -- 2014-15 already looks a cakewalk for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea team. His formula for success looks likely to drive the same desired results: take the lead and stay there, leave the rest floundering, catch them cold. It is the recipe with which Mourinho has won each of his seven titles in four different countries. Only Chelsea can stop themselves. But they know that, too. We are already at that point in the season where the club's grandees are playing things down. "Clearly it's not over -- other teams have been in that position," John Terry told reporters on Sunday after captaining a rather routine 2-0 victory over Arsenal. "It's nice to have the lead, but when you're at the top everyone wants to shoot you down from top to bottom." That no team currently looks capable of shooting them down is ominous. Chelsea are in a positio ...
All the top stories and from the back pages of the regional newspapers on Wednesday. LONDON Evening Standard Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expects Kieran Gibbs and Per Mertesacker to be available for this weekend's derby clash with Tottenham. Kurt Zouma always dreamed of becoming the next John Terry and tonight he will get his first chance to show whether he can do it at Chelsea. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester United are lining up a sensational bid for former youth team player Gerard Pique, who is struggling to make the Barcelona team, according to the national press. Rene Meulensteen is not convinced Luke Shaw fits into Louis Van Gaal's plans at Old Trafford. LIVERPOOL ECHO Roberto Martinez claimed he was "not disappointed" after last night's League Cup exit at Swansea. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Sunderland must rediscover their winning touch if they are to avoid a re-run of last season's struggles, warns Jozy Altidore. Papiss Cisse has sent a chilling warning to Premier League defences by insisting he is b ...
Chelsea's youth stars may get the chance to break the glass ceiling With Diego Costa's hamstrings a constant cause for concern, he will certainly be sitting this one out and it is unlikely he will even be named on the bench. The Spain international is far too valuable to be unnecessarily risked against a team that Chelsea should be able to overcome without his help. Similarly, John Terry will given the night off as the club seek to ease the workload on his ageing and battle-worn frame. With Ramires suffering from a problem with his abductor muscle, there will be at least three changes from the team that started at the weekend though in reality it is likely to be more. Although some established stars might be missing, it does afford an opportunity for some graduates from the development ranks to fill the breach. Lewis Baker is a fine attacking midfielder who has shone in the younger age groups, capping his time by scoring the decisive goal in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League final against Manchester Un ...
FUN TIME FOOTBALL FANS LETS PLAY A GAME NAME:: THE UNKNOWN HOW TO PLAY:: NAME THE PLAYER WITH THE GIVEN DETAILS RULES: ONLY 1 NAME IS ALLOWED FOOTBALL FANS LEGGO 1 (born 20 June 1978) is an English professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder , attacking midfielder or defensive midfielder for Manchester City on loan from New York City FC. He is Chelsea's all-time leading goalscorer[4] and is considered by a number of journalists and football experts to be one of the best midfielders of his generation. [5] [6][7] He has been described by previous record goal-scorer Bobby Tambling and long- term teammate John Terry as Chelsea's greatest ever player. [8][9] . began his career at West Ham United, for whom his father . had also played. He secured a place in the first team by the 1997–98 season, and the following year helped the team finish 5th in the Premier League , their highest-ever Premier League placing. In 2001, he moved to rival London club Chelsea for £11 million. In 2014, he was releas ...
Diego Costa demonstrated his killer instinct with a hat-trick as Chelsea came from behind to extend their 100 percent winning start to the Premier League season with a 4-2 win over Swansea at Stamford Bridge. Swansea, like Chelsea, opened the season with three wins from three games, and early on the visitors looked more like title challengers than their lethargic hosts. The lead, courtesy of a John Terry own goal, was just reward for City's early dominance. Chelsea's response was slow in coming, but when it did Costa got his timing spot on, heading in his fifth Premier League goal just before the interval. The Brazil-born Spain striker appears to be the 'killer' frontman Jose Mourinho coveted last term in becoming the first Chelsea player since 1928 to score in his first four games. Jack Meredith managed just six goals in all for the Blues, a mark Costa soon surpassed as he tucked in his second after yet another assist from Cesc Fabregas. The new signings have developed a strong understanding early in the ...
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Mourinho had plenty of options, but this is the XI that we expect to take to the field at Turf Moor: Goalkeeper and Defence GK) Thibaut Courtois - The Belgian is expected to be favoured to long- serving Petr Cech and to be handed his Premier League debut. RB) Cesar Azpilicueta - Will be given the chance to start in his favoured right back position after impressing last season on the left. CB) John Terry - The captain and leader of Chelsea, John Terry shows no sign of being caught up with by his advancing years. CB) Gary Cahill - Former Aston Villa and Bolton Wanderers centre back Gary Cahill is not a seasoned England international and has formed a solid partnership with Terry. LB) Filipe Luis - The Brazilian is likely to be given his debut at left back having joined from La Liga champions Atletico Madrid this summer. Midfield CM) Nemanja Matic - The destructive central midfield presence is likely to be vital this season covering for his more expansive colleagues. CM) Cesc Fabregas - Arsenal fans may want ...
Possible line up for the first game of season: Courtios, ivanovich, John Terry, cahill, luis, matic, fabregas, Eden Hazard, Oscar dos Santos, willian, costa Chelsea's likely lineup for Burnley clash.Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has a big decision to make in goal as his side kick off their Premier League season away to newly-promoted Burnley. With youngster Thibaut Courtois playing 90 minutes in a recently friendly win over Real Sociedad, it could be a signal that the Belgian international is about to displace Petr Cech as the club's number one, and he could get the nod here as the new season gets underway. Elsewhere, new signings are likely to be on display for Chelsea, who look incredibly strong and are many people's favourites for the title this year. Goalkeeper and defence: In goal, Thibaut Courtois could make his long-awaited Chelsea debut, with a back four of Branislav Ivanovic, John Terry, Gary Cahill and new signing Filipe Luis ahead of him. Luis joins Courtois in moving to Stamford Bridge from At ...
FOOTBALL Chelsea ready £30m bid for Man Utd target Mehdi Benatia CHELSEA are ready to make a £30million bid for Roma defender Mehdi Benatia. With less than a week to go before Chelsea’s opening Premier League game, away to Burnley on Monday night, Jose Mourinho wants to strengthen his defence with a move for the Moroccan centre-back. Benatia, 27, is also being chased by Manchester United but Chelsea are in the driving seat, with inquiries already having been made. They have switched their attention to Benatia because Real Madrid have indicated so far that French defender Raphael Varane is not for sale and with another target, Atletico Madrid star Joao Miranda, opting to stay in Spain. Mourinho has still not replaced Brazilian David Luiz, sold to Paris Saint Germain this summer for £50m and he believes that, even though he has Branislav Ivanovic and French youngster Kurt Zouma who could both fill in at centre-back if John Terry or Gary Cahill are injured, he still needs extra cover. If they push throu ...
Mourinho lived up to his name in his first stint at Stamford Bridge. In 185 games - between 2004 and 2007 – Mourinho's side secured victory in 124 of them. On April 30 2005, Mourinho led Chelsea to their first title in 50-years, as Frank Lampard struck twice to secure the Blues a Carling Cup and Premier League double. Just under one-year later - on April 29 2006 - Mourinho's side were at it again as they demolished Manchester United 3-0 at Stamford Bridge to claim back-to-back titles. Mourinho's Chelsea side in 05' and '06' proved a ruthless outfit: they were unbeatable at the Bridge, and knew how to get the job done on rival soil. The likes of John Terry, Ricardo Carvalho, Michael Essien, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Co. quickly understood Mourinho's philosophy, and they used it to their advantage as they dominated English football. The title success in 05' lived up to Mourinho's 'Special' nickname: his side cruised to success as they claimed 95 points - 12 more than Arsene Wenger's Arsenal and 18 ...
Jordan Henderson may yet replace John Terry as one of the Premier League's better referees.
The 10 Biggest Premier League Transfers Still Expected To Go Through This Summer. Ten biggest potential Premier League deals yet to be completed. 10. Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton to Tottenham Hotspur) Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has become the latest Saints star on the brink of a move away from St. Mary's, with the French midfielder reacting angrily after Tottenham Hotspur's advances were spurned by the Saints. 9. Ezequiel Lavezzi (Paris Saint-Germain to Liverpool) Liverpool have been linked with a summer move for Argentine forward Lavezzi from Ligue 1 champions PSG, as Brendan Rodgers continues his quest to replace Luis Suarez - who has joined FC Barcelona. 8. Miranda (Atletico Madrid to Chelsea) Despite having a strong partnership in John Terry and Gary Cahill, rumours continue to persist that Jose Mourinho is keen to add a third experienced central defender to his ranks in the form of Atletico star Miranda. 7. Sami Khedira (Real Madrid to Arsenal) Arsenal have been linked with a swoo ...
YOU DON'T BELIEVE THIS?THEN WAKE UP FROM YOUR DREAM!!! *Lampard out, Fabregas in: Is this Chelsea's line-up next season? Chelsea won nothing in Jose Mourinho's return to the club last season. They finished third in the Premier League and were knocked out of the FA and League Cups in the fifth round and crashed out of the Champions League against Atletico Madrid at the semi-final stage. Mourinho lambasted the lack of firepower at his disposal, which is likely to be remedied by the arrival of £32m Spain striker Diego Costa, with Atletico manager Diego Simeone confirming he would not stand in the player's way if he wanted to leave. In the middle, long-serving Frank Lampard has decided to leave the club after 13 years and as a result the Blues have been linked with a £30m transfer for ex- Arsenal man Cesc Fabregas , something Spain-based journalist Graham Hunter believes will happen. At the back, though Ashley Cole and David Luiz have left to seek pastures new, John Terry earned himself a new one-year contr ...
The first reaction is that PSG overpaid wildly. David Luiz is five months older than Thiago Silva was when he made the move to Paris two years ago. For David Luiz to cost anywhere from $10 to $23 million more than his Selecao colleague, he would have to be a whole lot better. (There is some inflation in fees, but not to that degree.) Simply put, he's not. He's not even the same ZIP code. We're talking about a guy who could not beat Gary Cahill and John Terry to a starting spot in Chelsea's lineup. It's not a knock on Chelsea’s centre-backs; it's just a reflection on how the most expensive central defender in the world really ought to find playing time at his preferred position. Instead, he made just 15 Premier League starts, nearly half of them in central midfield. David Luiz is on his way to a new challenge in Paris. Nor is it a case of Jose Mourinho simply failing to appreciate David Luiz's talents. Mourinho's predecessor Rafa Benitez also shunted David Luiz into the middle of the park often. In Benit ...
Last week, Chelsea completed a youth double in the form of the FA Youth Cup and the U21 Premier League title. It was a proud moment for the Blues youth system, who have now reached the final of the former tournament five times in the last eight years. But in truth, the Chelsea development squad’s 2-1 victory against Manchester United in the U21 Play-Off final at Old Trafford was a rather hollow victory. For all the millions spent, time consumed and players prioritised in making the West Londoners one of England’s most formidable youth outfits, just three Chelsea academy products have become first team regulars at Stamford Bridge since the turn of the millennium – John Terry, Ryan Bertrand and Nemanja Matic. And although the Chelsea captain’s rise to the starting XI in the early 2000s was a simple enough path, Bertrand and Matic have not been so lucky. Struggling to adequately prove himself as the rightful successor to Ashley Cole, Bertrand has been sent out on loan to Aston Villa this season and . ...
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what do we expect with this squad? Roy Hodgson announced his 23 man England squad and his short list last week. The England manage has been sensible in getting his squad out early in what appears to be a decent squad. There are some weaknesses though, so what can we make of Hodgons’s squad? Defence One of the major weaknesses appears to be in defence. Phil Jagielka and Gary Cahill are the two first choice centre-backs. Cahill was in the Premier League team of the year and has by all accounts improved a lot since joining Chelsea, that being said he is still not at the same level of Rio Ferdinand or John Terry in their prime. The back up for England’s first choice pairing is also somewhat weak in Chris Smalling and Phil Jones. Long gone are the days when England had four top class centre-backs to chose from (Ledley King, Jamie Carragher, Ferdinand and Terry). England are no longer spoiled for choice. Jones and Smalling weren’t exactly brilliant for Manchester United this season and neither have really ...
In a move that would raise eyebrows, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been linked with a move for Manchester United utility player Phil Jones. The 22 year-old is currently preparing for the World Cup after Roy Hodgson named Jones in his 22-man squad and has emerged as a potential target for Premier League rivals Chelsea. Mourinho is looking at defensive options with David Luiz being touted as a target for Barcelona and John Terry coming towards the end of his career, despite signing a one-year extension. Jones would provide cover in a number of positions and like many others at Old Trafford, did not enjoy a good campaign under David Moyes. The club would be unlikely to welcome advances for one of their players, though it remains to be seen where Jones fits into incoming manager Louis Van Gaal’s plans. [Source: Independent]
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Lampard to be offered new Chelsea deal After signing up Chelsea skipper John Terry for another season, Blues boss Jose Mourinho has now turned his attention towards offering Frank Lampard a one-year extension to remain at Stamford Bridge. Source: Daily Mail. West Ham make £7m Rudiger bid West Ham have made a £7 million bid for Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger and hope to beat Premier League rivals Newcastle to his signature, pressing ahead despite uncertainty over Sam Allardyce's future. Source: Daily Mirror
Cardiff will be without Juan Cala for Sunday's Premier League appointment with Chelsea after the defender was handed a three-match suspension. The Spaniard was sent off in the Bluebirds' 4-0 defeat at Sunderland last month for denying Connor Wickham a goalscoring opportunity, but this punishment related to his conduct as he left the field and made his way to the players' tunnel. With Cardiff relegated following last Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Newcastle, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks set to make changes as the Welsh club target a winning send-off on home soil before returning to the Championship next term. Frank Lampard is ill and is expected to miss a potential farewell appearance for Chelsea in the final Premier League match of the season at Cardiff. Lampard, Ashley Cole and Captain John Terry, who has a knock, are all out of contract at the end of the season, as is striker Samuel Eto'o, who recently had a knee injury, and is doubtful after being injured in training on Thursday. Oscar (hip) missed las ...
John Terry, Peter Cech, Eden Hazard and Samuel Eto injured...now who can stop Liverpool get their FIRST Premier League champion?
Henderson, Rooney, Sterling and more - Goal's England Team of the Season Champion-elect Liverpool contributes four players to our XI, while Jose Mourinho's preferred center back pairing of John Terry and Gary Cahill also get the nod. By Stephen Darwin Apr 25, 2014 2:28:00 AM With the 2013-14 Premier League season drawing to a close, the Professional Footballers Association will name its Team of the Season along with the individual awards for Player and Young Player of the Year on Sunday. Ahead of that announcement, Goal has picked its own XI of the best English players to have graced the top flight this year, featuring four representatives from Liverpool, two from Chelsea and one each from Crystal Palace, Everton, Manchester United, Norwich City and Southampton. GOALKEEPER It's been something of a topsy-turvy season for England's finest goalkeepers. Joe Hart, should he remain fit and injury-free, will undoubtedly be Roy Hodgson's No.1 at the World Cup in Brazil but his patchy form for Manchester City sees ...
MIND GAME. Chelsea manager considering changes for Liverpool match to prioritise second leg of Champions League clash Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he is considering fielding a weakened team against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday to prioritise the Champions League semi- final second leg with Atletico Madrid. Chelsea’s first-leg stalemate at the Vicente Calderon Stadium came at a cost on Tuesday night as goalkeeper Petr Cech was ruled out for the season with a dislocated shoulder and Captain John Terry suffered an ankle injury to rule him out of next Wednesday’s second leg. The injuries added to problems for striker Samuel Eto’o (knee) and Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard (calf), while midfielders Frank Lampard and John Obi Mikel will miss the second leg through suspension. Chelsea lost 2-1 to Sunderland in the Premier League last Saturday to leave the European Cup they won in 2012 their most likely trophy chance this term. Given Mourinho's men are five points behind the Reds with three games to go in ...
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Following the departure of David Moyes as manager, Manchester United has announced that Ryan Giggs, the club’s most decorated player, will assume responsibility for the first team until a permanent appointment can be made. The club will make no further comment on this process until it is concluded. Chelsea Captain John Terry has stated that his side are focused on silencing their critics in order to reach this season's Champions League final. Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid stand in the Blues' way tonight at 22:45 to reach Europe's elite showpiece for the third time in the seven years. Gerard Houllier has backed Liverpool to go on and clinch the Premier League title - and believes it would be a fitting reward for the club's "special" supporters. Roberto Martinez says Everton must come through one of the toughest possible run of fixtures in the final weeks of the season if they are to finish in the top four. Former Swansea City midfielder Ferrie Bodde is in an induced coma a ...
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Morning Paper Talk Daily Mirror Chelsea have told skipper John Terry he can stay at Stamford Bridge for one more season if he takes a reported 50% pay-cut. The 33-year-old's current salary is said to be £150k per week. THE SUN Officials at Manchester City say they are not planning to sack Manuel Pellegrini after just one season at the Etihad Stadium. The Citizens dismissed Roberto Mancini last year after they finished second in the Premier League but a senior club source revealed: "Pellegrini will definitely still be in charge next season - guaranteed." He added it was 'chaos behind the scenes 12 months ago' but that under the 60-year-old Chilean "it's a much happier and more settled club." Daily Star Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is confident that on-loan Frenchman Loic Remy will sign a permanent deal at St James Park before next season. Pardew said: "I'd like to think it's a good chance. He's a good fit for this club and the famous No 9 shirt sits well on him." Daily Mirror West Ham's James Tomkins believ ...
he final four have now been decided for. Friday's draw - but what can we hope to see from the remaining sides fighting for Europe's top prize? Jose Mourinho has no equal in adapting tactics depending on the opponent. No coach currently left in the competition prepares a team better for individual matches. This season he has earned Chelsea rewards in the Premier League and Champions League by his setting his team out with a particular game in mind. The win against Manchester City, which brought down Manuel Pellegrini's facade of impenetrability, was among the best displays in the Premier League this campaign and owed a lot to Mourinho's preparation in the days leading up to the game. "This is where he comes into his own," Captain John Terry said after the 1-0 victory in February. "We spent a good couple of days working on their strengths and weaknesses. They were long sessions for us but they were very worthwhile." Jose was at it again in midweek. He had a blueprint in mind for every circumstance against P ...
CHELSEA TWO DECADE FIRST XI. GK) Petr Cech There isn't much competition for the goalkeeper spot. Cech has been a fixture in Chelsea's side ever since Roman Abramovich bought the club, and he's closing in on David James's all-time Premier League clean sheet record. DR) Branislav Ivanovic Ivanovic is as defensively solid as he is offensively dangerous. The Serb is extremely strong, and works tirelessly up and down the right flank for the Blues. He's been with the club since 2008, and is a guaranteed starter now under Jose Mourinho. DC) John Terry Obviously, legendary central defender John Terry makes the XI. The ageing Englishman has made over 600 appearances for Chelsea, captaining them to 14 major honours. If it wasn't for his blotched personal history, he'd arguably be regarded as the country's greatest ever defender. DC) Marcel Desailly The World Cup winning central defender was ludicrously composed and classy at the heart of Chelsea's defence. Ricardo Carvalho was also brilliant for Chelsea, and Willia ...
Blues boss Jose Mourinho has used the 26 year old Brazilian sparingly this term and his display against Crystal Palace has apparently convinced him to sell the former Benfica man. Chelsea are confident of winning the race to sign £45m rated Atletico Madrid star Costa and will look to bank £35m from the sale of Luiz to help cover the lion’s share of the cost. Mourinho ‘hauled’ off Luiz at half-time during the club’s surprise defeat to Crystal Palace and that may well prove his last Premier League run-out in Chelsea colours. Luiz is however expected to face PSG this week due to first choice midfielder Nemanja Matic being cup-tied. PSG and Barcelona are both thought to be keen on Luiz and both sides see the player as an option to be used at centre-back, where he is seemingly no longer required at Chelsea with Mourinho seeing Gary Cahill and John Terry as his first choice pairing. David Luiz was pivotal in Chelsea’s Champions League and Europa League triumph but doesn’t appear to be a key part o ...
INTERESTING EPL STATS FROM LAST WEEKEND's GAMES Rooney now has 171 Premier League goals and has moved up to fourth in the all-time PL goalscorer charts. {Legendary} David Moyes named his 47th different starting XI for Manchester United in this game - he's yet to name the same starting XI in any two competitive games. {What a confised man!} Manchester United have never lost a Premier League home game that they've led at half-time (W218 D13). {He keeps record too...but watchout!} John Terry's own goal was the first that Crystal Palace have benefited from in league competition since August 2011. {Now you see why he scored it} Chelsea have not conceded a single first-half goal in their 13 Premier League matches in 2014 so far. {Decent FTS team} This is the first time that Jose Mourinho has suffered two successive Premier League defeats away from home within a season since May 2006. {Things are not the same...} Jay Rodriguez has now scored in four successive Premier League matches for the first time in his car ...
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Frustration: Jose Mourinho lashes out at ball boy during Chelsea's defeat With the Premier League title race the closest many have seen in a while, the top three sides are all attempting to win their remaining fixtures in an effort to create some distance between them. Despite Jose Mourinho's constant downplaying their efforts, the Blues were leading the charge towards the title in May...until their surprise loss to Crystal Palace. An embarrassing own goal from veteran defender John Terry gifted the hosts all three points and as a result, Chelsea saw their lead ahead of Liverpool cut to just one point, and three from Manchester City, which means that the Reds can overtake them should they win tomorrow. Wrong goal! John Terry heads the ball into his own net in the second half And with each passing minute, the frustration among the players and coach was clearly evident for all to see. Mourinho was seen remonstrating with a young ball boy for wasting time and not getting the ball back in play quickly enough, ...
WOO HOO!!..Crystal Palace 1 - Chelsea 0..Chelsea's title hopes were dented while Crystal Palaces chances of Premier League survival got a major boost with an impressive victory at Selhurst Park..the breakthrough arrived in the 52nd minute when Joel Ward delivered an excellent cross from the left and John Terry headed the ball into his own net under pressure from Joe Ledley
Three Things: Chelsea vs. Arsenal LONDON -- Three conclusions from Chelsea's emphatic but also controversial 6-0 win over Premier League rivals Arsenal at Stamford Bridge. 1. Chelsea's big-match mentality While many teams head into games of this magnitude with hope rather than expectation in their hearts, Chelsea exude the latter when confronted with a direct rival. The presence of a manager in Jose Mourinho whose winning mentality has carried him so far in the game and a captain in John Terry whose dogged determination appears to drag those in blue to fresh heights when the stakes are raised. From the moment Samuel Eto'o curled Chelsea into the lead in this game, the result was not in doubt and that may be why the London team wearing blue shirts and not their rivals sporting a red jersey have been collecting trophies during a period when Arsene Wenger's Gunners have been content to settle for second best. Evidence of Chelsea's killer mentality was displayed as they continued to go for the throat of their ...
Every back page leads with Robin van Persie coming to the rescue' for David Moyes as Manchester United booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals with a 3-0 win over Olympiakos. Daily Mail Tim Sherwood has told Tottenham to stop panic buying and says he alone will be responsible for deciding which players come in during the summer. Didier Drogba says the Premier League title is Chelsea's to lose, believing the know-how of John Terry and Frank Lampard gives the Blues the edge in a thrilling race. DAILY EXPRESS Spurs boss Tim Sherwood has brushed aside Louis Van Gaal's comments that he wants to work in the Premier League. Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour has backed Aaron Ramsey to develop into the next Steven Gerrard. Chelsea are ready to hand Eden Hazard a bumper new £200,000-a-week deal this summer to ward off interest from Europe's big spenders. Frank Lampard has warned Chelsea that just because Arsenal have little experience of winning the title, it does not mean they cannot last th ...
Chelsea Captain John Terry believes Didier Drogba still has all the qualities of a world-class striker after the former team-mates came up against each other in the Champions League on Tuesday. This week saw Drogba make his first trip to Stamford Bridge since leaving in 2012 as Galatasaray took on the Blues in the second-leg of their last-16 tie. The 36-year-old was unable to find the back of the net, though, as the Premier League giants eventually emerged 2-0 victors on the night, securing a 3-1 aggregate win. Terry remains convinced the Ivory Coast striker is still just as deadly a force as he was during his highly successful eight-year stay at Chelsea, where he won numerous English titles, as well as the Champions League crown in his final contribution for the club. "It was really strange actually - even in the first leg, he's so strong," Terry told Sky Sports. "When the ball goes up from the keeper, no matter how strong you are, you can't get it off him and I don't think there's anyone better in the w ...
Chelsea became the first English side to reach the Champions League last eight after beating a limp Galatasaray. Having drawn 1-1 in the first leg, former Blues striker Didier Drogba could not inspire the Turkish team, who fell behind early on when Samuel Eto'o fired past Fernando Muslera. Play media Gary Cahill made it 3-1 on aggregate when he thumped home after John Terry's header was saved. Galatasaray's night was summed up by Drogba's stoppage-time miss. After Arsenal and Manchester City were knocked out last week Chelsea won this game at a canter. And the result means that Galatasaray boss Roberto Mancini has yet to beat Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho in six European attempts. Unlike the first leg, where the visitors recovered from a poor start in Istanbul, Galatasaray did not look like troubling the Premier League leaders, who responded well to Saturday's surprise defeat by Aston Villa. Mourinho, who is aiming to win a third Champions League trophy with a different team, said in the build-up to the game ...
John Terry & Vincent Kompany are the best Centre Halves in the Premier League at the minute, & some of the best in the world 😎🙌
Jose Mourinho has urged Premier League bosses to BAN referee Chris Foy from Chelsea games after the Blues' Villa Park red rage. Brazilians Willian and Ramires were sent off, with Mourinho also banished to the stands after marching on to the pitch to confront whistler Foy as Chelsea's title hopes took a massive hit with Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa. Mourinho will discover on Monday if he faces any FA punishment for his altercation with Foy during the game and when he went to the referee's changing room immediately after the final whistle. Chelsea vehemently denied claims that Mourinho and John Terry had forced their way through the door, although the Stamford Bridge boss conceded he had breached protocol in approaching the referee before the end of the 30-minute cool-down "window". While Ramires could have no complaints about what Villa boss Paul Lambert described as a "leg breaker" on Karim El Ahmadi, Willian's second yellow after a tussle with match-winner Fabian Delph looked harsh. In the last e ...
Niall Horan from boy band One Direction has been training with Chelsea after being given permission by manager Jose Mourinho. The Special One, whose daughter Matilde is a fan of the band, has allowed the 20-year-old to use the club's Cobham base to recuperate after knee surgery. Horan was spotted wearing personalised training gear and showing off his skills as first team stars including John Terry, Fernando Torres and Willian were put through their paces just metres away. In control: One Direction star Niall Horan shows off his skills at Chelsea's Cobham training ground Big fan: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho (left) has given Horan (right) permission to recover from knee surgery at the club's training ground Looking on: Horan watches Chelsea's Willian (left) and John Terry (right) in training Horan first met Mourinho when the band enjoyed a private training session with his Real Madrid side in May 2013. The Irishman underwent surgery on his injured knee in America but is now back in England where he hopes tre ...
José Mourinho: Double League Champions (2004–2007) 2004–05 was the most successful season in the history of Chelsea Football Club. After a slow start to the league season, scoring eight goals in their first nine games and trailing leaders Arsenal by five points, Chelsea's title campaign gradually picked up momentum, driven by the high- scoring Frank Lampard and the return from injury of talented young Dutch winger Arjen Robben. They topped the table after a win against Everton in November 2004 and never relinquished their lead, losing only one league game all season and winning a record 29, gaining a record 95 points in the process. A record- breaking defence, led by Captain John Terry and his new partnership with Ricardo Carvalho, the versatile William Gallas, fullback Paulo Ferreira, midfield linchpin Claude Makélélé and goalkeeper Petr Čech, provided the backbone of the side, conceding just 15 goals all season and keeping 25 clean sheets while Čech went a Premier League-record 1025 minutes wi ...
Joseph Udo Akpan Mourinho Vs Arsene Wenger record! Arsenal 2 Chelsea 2, Premier League, December 12, 2004 Chelsea twice came from behind against defending champions Arsenal, with Eidur Gudjohnsen and John Terry cancelling out Thierry Henry's double. Chelsea 0 Arsenal 0, Premier League, April 20, 2005 The Blues were held to a stalemate as they closed in on a first championship in 50 years with an 11-point lead with five games to play. Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2, Community Shield, August 7, 2005 Didier Drogba netted twice as Mourinho's men won the season opener, with Cesc Fabregas replying for Arsenal. Chelsea 1 Arsenal 0, Premier League, August 21, 2005 Again Drogba was on target as Chelsea inflicted an early blow in the title race. Arsenal 0 Chelsea 2, Premier League, December 18, 2005 Chelsea stretched their advantage over Arsenal to 20 points with goals from Arjen Robben and Joe Cole to inflict the Gunners' third successive league loss for the first time in over 10 years. Chelsea 1 Arsenal 1, Premier League, D ...
Wayne Rooney has just signed a new mega-bucks contract with Manchester United, worth a reported £300,000-a-week. But where does that place him among the best paid players in the Premier League? Here, we take a look at the 10 highest earners in the Premier League. 1. Wayne Rooney Top of the table is Wayne Rooney who now takes home a jaw-dropping £300,000-a-week. Give us a fiver Wayne. 2. Yaya Toure At £240,000-a-week to former Barcelona man Yaya Toure costs big spending Manchester City more a week than a Wonga loan. 3. Sergio Aguero Level pegging with the Dutch hitman is another Manchester man, but Sergio Aguero has been topping the scoring charts on the blue half of the city. 4. Robin van Persie The striker swapped London for Manchester and now rakes in £225,000-a-week at Old Trafford. 5. Luis Suarez The most interviewed vampire since Brad Pitt, Luis Suarez commands £220,000-a-week at Liverpool 6. Eden Hazard Chelsea feature again in the chart as they are currently forking out a whopping £185,000 ev ...
Jose Mourinho says John Terry will be fit to face Everton in Saturday's Premier League encounter at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea *** late winner to end Everton resistance LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea scrambled a stoppage-time winner to *** a 1-0 victory over Everton on Saturday, showing their Premier League title mettle by claiming three points when they looked on course to suffer another damaging blow. After drawing their last league game against West Bromwich Albion and suffering a chastening FA Cup defeat to rivals Manchester City, Jose Mourinho's side were looking for a morale-boosting return to form. Yet they looked sluggish for most of the match and after finally sparking into life they came up against a stubborn Everton rearguard which only crumbled deep into added time. Chelsea won a free kick wide on the left which Frank Lampard whipped into the penalty area and Everton keeper Tim Howard deflected it into his own net with John Terry sliding in to challenge. "We're delighted with the win and the three points. We made it difficult but they are a very good side and are playing well under (manager Roberto) Martinez ...
OFF WE GO! LET’S STAR THE DAY WITH AN EASY DOUBLE!!! ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE CHELSEA VS EVERTON KICK OFF AT 12.45 FACTS CHELSEA John Terry missed the FA Cup defeat to Manchester City at the weekend, but is expected to start against Everton. Marco van Ginkel and David Luiz are sidelined through injury. Oscar is also expected to come into the starting XI at the expense of John Obi Mikel. EVERTON Lacina Traoré may be handed a first Premier League start having netted after just 4 minutes against Swansea on Sunday. With Steven Naismith a doubt, the Ivorian should lead the attack. Darron Gibson, Arouna Koné, Bryan Oviedo and Antolin Alcaraz will all miss the trip to Chelsea through injury, while Romelu Lukaku, who joins them on the sidelines, would've been unable to play against his parent club. Other than that, Roberto Martínez has no further injury worries. STATISTICS Chelsea have scored at least 2 goals in 16 of their last 18 home matches in the Premier League. Chelsea are undefeated in their last 19 h ...
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City give Chelsea the blues as Pellegrini silences Mourinho Chelsea's interest in this season's FA Cup competition was ended on Saturday night following a comprehensive 2-0 defeat by Manchester City at the Etihad. A first half strike from Stevan Jovetic, complemented by a well-taken goal from substitute Samir Nasri in the second period, gave Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini cause to cheer following the Citizens' recent home Premier League defeat at the hands of the Blues. Outspoken in the build-up to the cup tie with City, Stamford Bridge boss Jose Mourinho was dealt a harsh dose of reality as Chelsea were well beaten by Pellegrini's men, many of whom saw the game as an opportunity to prove a point to the Chilean whose team selection was clearly influenced by the Citizens' forthcoming Champions League collision with Barcelona. With the notable, and maybe telling exception of John Terry, it was as you were for the Blues starting XI which had a familiar ring to it as far as Pellegrini, his players and Manche ...
MANCITY VS CHELSEA TACTICAL BRIEF The pattern in previous rounds of this competition has been that Jose Mourinho has rested a few of the players who have played the most. In the previous round's win against Stoke City he made five changes. In came Mark Schwarzer for Petr Cech , Ashley Cole for Cesar Azpilicueta , Frank Lampard and second-debutant Nemanja Matic for John Mikel Obi and John Terry (replaced at the back by David Luiz ), and Andre Schurrle for Ramires . This time around Terry, who has missed his first Premier League minutes of the season in the last week, is out. Gary Cahill limped away from the disappointing draw at the Hawthorns on Tuesday so his fitness is being assessed ahead of this game. Branislav Ivanovic is a possibility to play centre-back with Cole and Azpilicueta as full- backs. Manuel Pellegrini also has factors to contend with. The postponement of the home game against Sunderland meant a free week for his team, though the fixture will have to be crammed into their busy schedule at ...
World Cup 2014: Ashley Cole in England fight - Roy Hodgson England manager Roy Hodgson says it will be difficult for Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole to secure a place in his starting XI at this summer's World Cup. Cole, 33, has failed to command a regular spot for the Blues this season, while facing pressure from Everton's Leighton Baines for his England shirt. “I certainly wouldn't write Ashley Cole out of any plans because he wasn't playing in his club team” Roy Hodgson "For years people have been understudy to Ashley," said Hodgson. "Now it's Ashley's turn to sit back." Hodgson has also ruled out an England return for Cole's team-mate John Terry. Chelsea skipper Terry, 33, retired from International Football in September 2012, but had been touted for a comeback after an impressive season for the Premier League leaders. However, club colleague Cole has been forced to largely watch from the sidelines, with Blues boss Jose Mourinho preferring to play Spain right-back Cesar Azpilicueta on the left in rec ...
Jose Mourinho is ready to risk an FA Cup embarrassment at Manchester City on Saturday as he targets the Premier League title. After losing calf-injury victim Gary Cahill for Chelsea's second trip to the Etihad in 12 days, Mourinho is weighing up giving his centre-back partner and skipper John Terry extra time off to ensure he is fit for their next league game, at home to Everton on February 22, and the Champions League trip to Galatasaray four days later. Terry, who had played every minute of this Premier League season until he sat out the weekend win over Newcastle, was badly missed on Tuesday as the Blues let two vital points slip at West Brom.The Chelsea skipper is keen to return to action after what Mourinho has described as a "double muscle injury" sustained in training last Friday. But the Portuguese is aware that a recurrence of the injury against City, or rushing the 33-year-old to get him back, could lead to a longer absence at a pivotal point in the season. Mourinho is also keen to give Ashley C ...
Cahill is expected to join captain Terry on the injury list. There is bad news for Chelsea ahead of the FA Cup fifth round clash with Manchester City on Saturday as Gary Cahill could miss the game through injury. The centre-back picked up the knock during Tuesday night’s 1-1 Premier League draw with West Bromwich Albion and the 28-year-old’s absence could leave manager Jose Mourinho with a serious selection headache. “Once I got the knock, I was struggling from then on,” Cahill was quoted by the Mirror. “It happened when a West Brom player went for a header and I was on the floor. “He landed just inside my knee/calf. It is sore and we’ll see what it’s like today.” The England international joins Blues Captain John Terry on the sidelines, with the 33-year-old sitting out the match with West Brom due to a knee problem and there is a chance Mourinho could be without the Portuguese coach’s first choice central defence for the City game. Cahill and Terry gave a masterclass at the back when ...
In shocking developments at Stamford Bridge, the club are planning a raid on their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur for Brazil midfielder Paulinho and defender Vlad Chiriches in a bid believed to be around £35 million. The duo were among the eight players that former manager Andre Villas-Boas brought to White Hart Lane in the summer. However, after the recent sacking of the Portuguese manager, things at the North London club look rather uncertain. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will be desperate to sort out the many problems he has been facing this campaign in all areas of the field. The ‘special one’ has identified box to box midfielder Paulinho to replace the likes of John Obi Mikel, Michael Essien and Frank Lampard who have been erratic this season. Defensively, the Blues have had their worst season yet, keeping only 4 clean sheets in the Premier League. As John Terry nears the end of his career, and David Luiz yet to impress the gaffer, Vlad Chiriches is touted to be the answer to their woes. Howev ...
Let’s take a quick look at the Sports Pages gossip: Russian side Zenit St Petersburg are preparing a bid to prise unsettled Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, away from Emirates Stadium. Jack Rodwell Jack Rodwell has started just seven Premier League games since joining Man City in August 2012 Manchester United are weighing up a summer move for William Carvalho, 21, after again sending scouts to watch the Sporting Lisbon midfielder at the weekend. Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell, 22, saw a return to former club Everton blocked on transfer deadline day, after Manuel Pellegrini failed to land Porto's Fernando as his replacement. Cardiff are to pay Getafe £1m for 24-year-old defender Cala - even though he has never played for the La Liga side after buying himself out of his Seville contract. Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis, 28, has handed Newcastle a possible blow by hinting he may decide to stay at the Ligue 1 club in the summer. Other gossip Aston Villa have started talks with boss Paul Lambert ...
JOHN TERRY - A RESILIENT WARRIOR COULD HAVE BEEN LEADING CITY OUT AGAINST CHELSEA TONIGHT Every career is studded with ifs,buts&maybes but John Terry could have been leading out Man City,¬ Chelsea,at the Etihad Stadium Tonight in the fixture that might define this Premier League season&his future. It is easy to forget just how close Terry was to quitting Chelsea in 2009 when he appeared to be conducting negotiations with City himself over a £30M transfer – rather than using his then agent Aaron Lincoln who he split with later that summer after pledging his future to Stamford Bridge. Terry,somewhat implausibly,later insisted he never had any intention of leaving&said a new contract&a pay rise was not a priority. He also spoke with authority about his relationship with Roman Abramovich&the fantasy signings Chelsea needed. Terry then signed a 5yrs deal that,at that time,made him the Premier League’s highest-paid player earning £150,000 a week. He was at the height of his powers,his influence,his imp ...
The Chelsea goal scored at Sunderland in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night is credited to Frank Lampard... CHELSEA TV EXCLUSIVE: LAMPARD ON KEEPING FOCUS - 06.12.2013 Frank Lampard has warned against complacency ahead of another testing away trip tomorrow afternoon... LAMPARD: LICENSE TO THRILL - 25.11.2013 Fresh from his brace on Saturday, Frank Lampard has been speaking about his position on the pitch and the highly competitive nature of the league this season... LAMPARD: LONG TIME COMING - 14.11.2013 Frank Lampard will captain the national side in tomorrow night's friendly against Chile at Wembley, and the Chelsea midfielder is understandably looking forward to what will be a special occasion... LAMPARD: SEEKING A BIG WIN - 27.10.2013 Ahead of today's game against Manchester City, Frank Lampard has underlined the importance of securing a first victory of the season against one of those teams expected to be challenging for the Premier League title... LAMPARD: FROM START TO FINISH - 23.10.2013 Frank L ...
Thanks Jamie JAMIE CARRAGER: I'll always defend John Terry... and why he's better than Kompany, Ferdinand, Campbell, Stam and Co John Terry was a better version of me and his form was one of the main reasons I retired from International Football Some outstanding central defenders have graced the Premier League, such as Rio Ferdinand and Sol Campbell, but Terry is the pick of the bunch Terry is England's best in his position, but he shouldn't travel to Brazil Daniel Sturridge is lethal for Liverpool, but still unloved at his club When the final whistle sounded and Liverpool's place in the 2005 final of the Champions League was secure, there was only one thing I wanted to do. It wasn't to join the rest of my delirious team-mates, who were dancing in front of the Kop. I didn't even want to run to the part of Anfield where I knew my family and friends would be, even though this was one of the biggest moments of my career. No. The celebrating could wait. My initial thought after that energy-sapping and emotion ...
Terry's not only the best Chelsea centre back in the Premier League era... he's the best there's been full stop You have to hand it to John Terry because he has certainly seen off some threats in his 16 years as a professional at Chelsea. Some, such as the France World Cup winner Marcel Desailly, William Gallas and Ricardo Carvalho, were more serious than others. Khalid Boulahrouz, Alex and Tal Ben Haim maybe not so much, but they were all brought in to the club under Terry’s watch. Terry, in his 16th season as a professional footballer with Chelsea, remains. He is probably playing better than ever. Little wonder, then, that he is agitating for news of another contract at Stamford Bridge. They are certainly making him sweat. Marina Granovskaia, who is Roman Abramovich’s eyes and ears around the place, appears to have enjoyed the moment she told Terry that the club have a new policy in place. Out of nowhere, it appears any one by the name of John Terry will only be offered one year contracts now that h ...
After 20 years of Premier League football fanatix thought it was about time to take a look back at the 20 greatest players to grace the English top tier during that time. 20. Matt Le Tissier Club: Southampton. Hardly built like an athlete, but what Le Tissier lacked physically the forward more than made up for in talent, scoring 102 league goals in 270 matches despite not playing as an out-and-out striker. 19. Rio Ferdinand Clubs: West Ham United, Leeds United, Manchester United. Was the British record transfer in 2001 when the Red Devils paid a whopping £30m for the centre-back, who in nearly 13 years at Old Trafford has won six league titles and the Champions League. 18. Gianfranco Zola Club: Chelsea. Remains a hugely popular figure at Stamford Bridge despite leaving the club before the influx of success Roman Abramovich's millions bought and the Italian was a truly top-class star. 17. John Terry Club: Chelsea. Another Blues legend and a captain that has guided the west London club to three league titl ...
John Terry is unrivalled in the Premier League era - Neil Ashton - Couldn't put it better myself !
Mou’s champagne mood set to continue vs. West Ham Posted by Mark Worrall t would be hard for Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho to not feel happy about how his Blues have been playing of late. Chelsea make a welcome return to Premier League action Wednesday night with a London derby against West Ham United at Stamford Bridge. Since Christmas, the Blues have won seven straight games in all competitions, scoring 14 goals and conceding just twice. Currently third in the PL behind Manchester City and leaders Arsenal, and through to the fifth round of the FA Cup, Jose Mourinho's charges are in fine shape -- a marked contrast to the hapless Hammers whose season has lurched from drama to despair. In the corresponding period, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has masterminded a solitary victory in eight matches -- and that came over the PL's basement side Cardiff City. The Irons' miserable record reads P 8, W 1, D1, L6 -- with eight goals scored and a truly shocking 25 conceded. It's an appalling sequence of results and o ...
FRIDAY'S Transfer Gossip COLUMN Liverpool could turn to Spartak Moscow's Brazilian midfielder Romulo, 23, who has also been scouted by Arsenal and Chelsea, after learning that Lucas Leiva could miss up to two months with a knee injury. John Terry's career at Chelsea could be coming to an end Stoke City striker Peter Crouch could be re-united with former manager Harry Redknapp who hopes to take the 32-year-old to Queens Park Rangers. West Ham are closing in on a double swoop that would see Italy internationals Antonio Nocerino, 28, and Marco Borriello, 31, arrive at Upton Park on loan. Cardiff City's proposed loan move for winger Wilfried Zaha, 21, means they will have to sign Manchester United's Fabio da Silva, 23, on a permanent basis because a team cannot sign two loan players from the same Premier League club. Monaco striker Lacina Traore, 23, could still be allowed to move to Everton despite a serious injury to his team-mate Radamel Falcao. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse, 28, has rejected the chance t ...
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Chelsea stalwart John Terry could be the next big name to leave Stamford Bridge with the former England international fearing a new contract is unlikely to come his way this season. Meanwhile, Javier Hernandez is finally tiring of the Old Trafford bench and is looking at his options away from the reigning Premier League champions and West Ham United are on the verge of a double loan swoop. Stay tuned for all the latest rumours and done deals … 13.28 GMT Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc has confirmed the club's interest in Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic but admits that he is an alternative winter transfer target to Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye. 13.19 GMT ESPN brought you news of Colombus Crew's approach for Hertha BSC Berlin defender Maik Franz yesterday but the Berliner Morgenpost today claim that the 32-year-old has turned down a move to the MLS. The former Wolfsburg defender has been frozen out of the starting lineup and Hertha coach Michael Preetz admits that the club are open to offers. 13.12 GMT ...
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Transfer Gossip Bayern Munich are set to rival Paris St-Germain and Napoli in the race to sign Chelsea attacking midfielder Juan Mata, 25. Full story: Daily Express Arsenal are planning to offer £30m for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye, 27, and 23-year-old full-back Davide Santon. Full story: caughtoffside.com Wolfsburg director of sport Klaus Allofs is confident that a deal has nearly been secured to sign Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, 22. Full story: Independent Patrice Evra Left-back Patrice Evra has won five Premier League titles during eight years with Manchester United Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is keen to sign 19-year-old St Etienne defender Kurt Zouma as a long-term replacement for John Terry. Full story: Daily Express The Stamford Bridge club are also hopeful of pulling off a deal to re-sign Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic, 25, that could cost them 10 times the £3m he was valued at when used as a makeweight in the deal that brought defender David Luiz, 26, to Chelsea three years ago. Fu ...
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LONDON Evening Standard Chelsea Captain John Terry has defended the club's underperforming strikers by insisting they should not be blamed for their inconsistent form in the title race this term. Theo Walcott denied Arsenal's season is now in decline and accused Chelsea of playing boring football to stop his side going top of the Premier League. David Moyes believes Wayne Rooney is setting the standard for Manchester United. Moyes' pursuit of Claudio Marchisio looks set to end in disappointment,however, with the Juventus midfielder keen to stay in Italy. Hit like 4 next update .
MATCH REPORT: ARSENAL 0 CHELSEA 0 = Summary The Blues return from North London with a well-earned point following a 0-0 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates. In a game shorn of many clear-cut opportunities, Frank Lampard went closest to scoring the decisive goal midway through the first half when he raced on to an Eden Hazard chip and smashed his volley against the bar. The second half followed a similar pattern to the first, with the defensive players on both sides coming out on top, although Olivier Giroud went close twice late on for Arsenal. A first clean sheet in the league since the 3-0 win at West Ham is most welcome, while for Petr Cech it was his 150th Premier League shut out, and attention now turns to two successive home games, starting with the visit of Swansea City on Boxing Day. Team News Jose Mourinho made three changes from the 2-1 win over Crystal Palace just over a week ago. Gary Cahill returned to partner Captain John Terry in central defence, with David Luiz dropping down to the bench. Wi ...
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he had to rebuild John Terry's confidence when he returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer. Terry has made as many Premier League appearances this season as he did the whole of last term under Rafa Benitez. He has been the mainstay of the Blues' defence since Mourinho began his second spell at Stamford Bridge. But the Blues boss said he found the centre-back was low on self-belief when he arrived. "Yes, I had to remind him of his importance to the club when I came in because his self-esteem was a bit affected in relation to last season," Mourinho said. "He was a little affected, feeling in a quiet way pain over the doubts about him. "I'm not here to give him something he doesn't deserve, but I told him if he worked hard from day one, he would play more than last season. He's doing well, behaving well and working well." Mourinho refused to put a timeframe on when Terry, who will celebrate his 33rd birthday when Chelsea face Stoke at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday, should ...
Jose Mourinhodefended Michael Essienafter the Ghanaian's howler gifted Southamptonan early lead in Chelsea's 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge. Essien's wayward backpass allowed Jay Rodriguez to put the visitors in front just 13 seconds into the match and put Mourinho's home unbeaten run in the Premier League under threat. But Chelsea rallied after the break and goals from Gary Cahill, John Terry and Demba Ba ensured no more ground was lost on league leaders Arsenal. And after the match Mourinho insisted he was pleased with Essien's performance, despite replacing him with Ba after just 45 minutes. "Everybody makes a mistake," Mourinho told reporters. "Strikers they miss goals, goalkeepers make mistakes and midfielders lose the ball, especially when they try to play, and he tried to play. "He had a very normal performance. He played the same way Mikel plays or when Luiz plays in midfield. "He played his part in the stability of the team but one yellow card for 45 minutes is a long time. I had to take one [of him ...
John Terry marked his 400th Premier League appearance with a crucial goal as Chelsea recovered from conceding inside 13 seconds to beat Southampton and go second in the table. The Blues had actually moved up a place on goal difference before kick-off, following Liverpool's defeat at Hull earlier in the day. But their hopes of staying there took an instant hit when an inexplicable Michael Essien volley allowed Jay Rodriguez to run through and put the visitors ahead. However a vastly improved second-half performance, full of purpose, saw Chelsea take the lead through headers from Gary Cahill and his centre-back partner Terry. Terry's Blues record John Terry is now fourth in Chelsea's list of all-time appearance makers, with 593, one ahead of John Hollins. Ron Harris leads the way with 795. Frank Lampard is third with 627. Terry has now also made 400 Premier League starts for the Blues. And half-time substitute Demba Ba sealed victory in the final minute, sliding the ball home from close range after a Ramire ...
Latest Football News & Transfer Gossips :- - Manchester United will make it third time lucky by landing Everton defender Leighton Baines for £16million in the January transfer window. - Manchester United have joined the clubs chasing Nigerian wonderkid striker Kelechi Iheanacho, who has also been watched by Arsenal. - Manchester United are tracking Sporting Lisbon defender Mauricio with a view to making a formal move next summer. - West Brom starlet Saido Berahino has seen his contract talks stall - increasing the chances of him leaving in January. Arsenal and Chelsea are on alert. - Juventus have cheekily proposed a swap deal for Liverpool's Luis Suarez after learning of the Anfield club's interest in Claudio Marchisio - previously of interest to Manchester United and Chelsea - and Leonardo Bonucci. - Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool face competition from Borussia Dortmund as they battle to bring Atletico Madrid hitman Diego Costa to the Premier League. - Galatasaray will try to tempt John Terry away from ...
Southampton rookies Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez are poised to win their first England caps on Friday. Dan Petrescu is favourite to take over as manager of Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace. Liverpool defender Daniel Agger won't sulk if he returns to the bench. Arsenal want Jack Wilshere to play for England only against Chile and not Germany. Chelsea midfielder Ramires plays down talk of a move to Real Madrid. Former England boss Sven Goran Eriksson admits his dream job - as manager of Liverpool, the team he grew up supporting - will never come. John Terry is wanted by Roberto Mancini at Turkish giants Galatasaray. Michael Carrick and Danny Welbeck are facing operations which would rule the Manchester United pair out until the New Year. The FA have denied claims that England players urged Roy Hodgson not to use St George's Park in their friendly double header. Michael Carrick is set to give Manchester United boss David Moyes a massive headache with a long spell on the sidelines. Liverpool are int ...
Saturday's Premier League matches Newcastle v Chelsea We say: Away win Newcastle skipper Fabricio Coloccini is unlikely to make it as he continues his recovery from injury. The Argentina international is back in training after a groin problem but has no football under his belt, while fellow central defender Steven Taylor, who suffered a recurrence of a hamstring injury in training last week, is still some way from returning. Left-back Paul Dummett, who partnered Mike Williamson in the 2-1 defeat at Sunderland last weekend, is also out with a hamstring strain, meaning Williamson and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa are likely to pair up, as they did in midweek for the Capital One Cup tie against Manchester City. Jose Mourinho is poised to recall a host of first-team players. The Blues boss made 10 changes for the midweek Capital One Cup win at Arsenal so the likes of Petr Cech, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, Eden Hazard, Oscar and Fernando Torres are set to return. Mourinho reported no new injury concerns so Mar ...
Spurs 1-1 Chelsea - Steffen's praise for Gylfi Steffen Freund has hailed the influence of Gylfi Sigurdsson after his first half goal ensured we took a point in Saturday’s London Derby against Chelsea. Icelandic international Gylfi fired home in the 19th minute – his third Premier League goal this season – as we took the lead against Jose Mourinho’s men. John Terry levelled for the visitors after the break, but after the dismissal of Fernando Torres in the closing stages, we exerted further pressure. However, a winner proved elusive. Assistant Head Coach Steffen admitted there was a feeling of disappointment among the squad after the game, having let our lead slip, but insisted there were plenty of positives to take from the game – Gylfi’s form in particular. “Gylfi is on fire this season, scoring goals and his movement is fantastic from the left coming inside,” said Steffen. “Again, it was a great lay off from Roberto Soldado and that link with Christian Eriksen is growing. It’s lookin ...
PAPER TALK TODAY: -David Moyes ignored Sir Alex Ferguson's plea to keep his trusted backroom staff at Manchester United. -Luis Suarez was the daddy on his Premier League return - scoring twice for his new-born son. -Jose Mourinho is facing his first player rift since returning to Chelsea after banishing Kevin De Bruyne to the reserves. -Roberto Mancini is set for talks with Turkish giants Galatasaray. -Jose Mourinho insists John Terry's future at Chelsea is still bright. -Liverpool's SAS - Suarez and Sturridge - were called the top strike partnership in the country after they demolished Sunderland. -David Moyes admitted Manchester United have problems EVERYWHERE after they slumped to a second Premier League defeat in a row. -Chelsea's fury over Fernando Torres' red card at Tottenham is set to explode today with the striker facing a four-match ban. -West Brom are poised to make the loan of Marseille winger Morgan Amalfitano permanent. -Jay Simpson has turned his back on the Championship for a move to Thai ...
Biodata JT26.. [[chelseafc]] John Terry with England at Euro Personal information Full name John George Date of birth 7 December 19 Place of birth Barking, London Height 1.87 m (6 ft 1 1 Playing position Centre bek Club information Current club Chelsea Number 26 Youth career Senra 1991–1995 West Ham 1995–1998 Chelsea Senior career* Years Team 1998– Chelsea 2000 → Nottingham Forest ( National team‡ 2000–2002 England U21 2003–2012 England * Senior club appearances an counted for the domestic leagu correct as of 26 August 2 † Appearances (Goals) ‡ National team caps and goals of 7 September 2012 John George Terry (born 7 December 1980) is an English professional footballer. Terry plays in a centre back position and is the captain of Chelsea in the Premier League. He was also captain of the England national football team, holding the post from August 2006 to February 2010, and again from March 2011 to February 2012. Terry was named UEFA Club Defender of the Year in 2005, 2008 and 2009.[4]PFA ...
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EXCLUSIVE: Mourinho urged to ditch Chelsea star Terry.. Jose Mourinho has been urged to reconsider his decision to stick by John Terry. Mourinho this week returned for a second stint as Chelsea manager, six years after leaving Stamford Bridge. He had a close relationship with Terry during his first spell, teaming up to win back-to-back Premier League titles in 2005 and 2006, and the Portuguese has already confirmed he intends not only to keep the defender, but to retain him as club captain. Mourinho will meet face to face with the 32-year-old, who has been courted by Monaco and Fenerbahce this summer, in the first week of July, and is expected to give Terry assurances on his Stamford Bridge future. The center back has one year left on his contract and wants to sign a one-year extension. However, former Blues midfielder Craig Burley thinks it would be a mistake to grant Terry’s wish. Off-field issues, fitness problems and a fractious relationship with former boss Rafa Benitez meant the skipper made just ...
NEW Luis Suarez INTERVIEW: "Ever since I arrived I have felt bad, they have never judged me for my play but with the attitude that he dives, protests, makes gestures, racism... everything," Suarez told television show RR Gol. "They have never spoken well of me. For that reason, when I was told I could win the Player of the Year award, I said: "I will not get excited as I know that I will never win an important award in England." Suarez also feels like the English authorities are against him, comparing his ban for racial abusing Patrice Evra to that of John Terry, who was banned for half the amount of games after a similar incident with Anton Ferdinand. "Without any proof they gave me an eight match ban, but with Terry, where they had proof, lip-readers, they gave him four, I'm South American and I think that's the root of all of this," he continued, admitting that despite his love for the club - he cannot see himself staying. "Liverpool is a club that I dreamt about playing for as a boy. I have been with ...
Jose Mourinho has promised that he will return to the Premier League as a more mature manager who is now finally ready to bring stability both to Chelsea and his own extraordinary career. The self-styled ‘Special One’ signed a four year contract at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground yesterday and, having left Real Madrid 48 hours’ earlier, declared that he would be taking no summer holiday and would start work immediately. Although the trusted old core of Frank Lampard, John Terry, Ashley Cole and Petr Cech still feature prominently in his plans, Mourinho said that it was “ground zero” for him and that he must construct a new team.
Rio Ferdinand and Wayne Rooney have admitted that England’s so-called ‘golden generation’ simply haven’t been good enough to win a major tournament. Despite boasting some of the world’s best players at five of the last six major tournaments the Three Lions have struggled to get even near the likes of Spain, Germany, Brazil and Holland. The lack of a winter break in the Premier League and tactical ineptitude from managers have been blamed for the likes of Ferdinand, Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, John Terry, Michael Owen and David Beckham not lifting an international trophy
Europa League: Benfica 1 Chelsea 2 Full Match Report: 15 May 2013 22:45 Chelsea won the UEFA Europa League thanks to Branislav Ivanovic's last- gasp header as they beat Benfica 2-1 in Amsterdam on Wednesday. Fernando Torres had given the Premier League side the lead and the Serbian defender sealed a memorable win in stoppage time after Oscar Cardozo's penalty had levelled the scores. The Portuguese side named their strongest possible XI with Cardozo flanked by Eduardo Salvio, Nico Gaitan and Rodrigo in attack. But Rafael Benitez had to make do without the services of injured duo John Terry and Eden Hazard, with David Luiz stepping into midfield to allow Ramires to play on the right wing. Benfica settled the quicker of the two teams and were soon on the front foot, Cardozo heading over from a Andre Almeida cross inside two minutes. Jorge Jesus' men dictated the play in the early going but proved wasteful in front of goal, Gaitan firing high at the end of another intricate move, which saw Salvio turn down a ...
John Terry insists there is no rift between him and Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez
| 'Football must do more to fight racism' | By Mike Collett, Reuters Posted at 03/03/2013 11:37 AM Soccer has failed to respond to victims of racism on or off the pitch for far too long and needs to change its attitudes now, Jeffrey Webb, the chairman of FIFA's new Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force said on Saturday. Webb, the president of the CONCACAF confederation of countries in north and central Amercia and the Caribbean, has been appointed by FIFA president Sepp Blatter to review the way the sport handles racist incidents, which have dramatically increased in recent years. He also said he wanted to meet players from England's Premier League to discuss their experiences of racism in an attempt to forge new strategies to deal with the problem. Asked if he would like to meet John Terry, Anton Ferdinand, Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra, who were all involved in racist incidents last season in England, Webb replied he would like to meet players involved in both sides of the problem. "We've been talkin ...
Rafa's 100-day war Rafa's 100-day war DAY 1 . . . Benitez is made interim boss after Roberto Di Matteo is axed. DAY 5... Spaniard’s first match ends in a 0-0 draw against Man City. DAY 7... His search for first win goes on as Blues are held 0-0 by Fulham. DAY 10... 3-1 loss at West Ham mocks Rafa’s claim he can win title. DAY 15 . . . Blues become first holders to crash out of Champions League at group stage. DAY 26 . . . Rafa sees his side lose in the Club World Cup final to Corinthians. DAY 33... Huge 8-0 home win over Aston Villa briefly silences the boo-boys. DAY 42 . . . Shock 1-0 defeat by rock-bottom QPR at the Bridge. DAY 57 . . . Southampton hit back to draw 2-2 but it is Nigel Adkins who is axed. DAY 64 . . . Swansea dump Blues out of League Cup and Eden Hazard kicks ballboy. DAY 74 . . . 3-2 defeat at Newcastle is another huge Premier League setback. DAY 81... Rafa is one defeat away from the sack — but Blues beat Wigan 4-1. DAY 96... John Terry is left on the bench in lacklustre loss at ...
TOP HEADLINES ***Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes is trying to get United to replace want-away Nani with Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria. The powerful Mendes represents both players and is keen to tempt United into a deal for the 25-year-old Argentina star in the summer. ***Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez says the current Barcelona side will be remembered as one of the greatest sports teams of all time and will be talked about in the same breath as the legendary LA Lakers basketball team containing Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the 1980s. ***Chelsea defender John Terry argues that the club's fans are within their rights to boo the manager Rafa Benitez if the team continues to perform poorly. "That falls on us because if you are winning games, that gets taken away," the Chelsea skipper said. ***Manchester United chief executive David Gill will step down on June 30, the Premier League leaders said in a statement on Wednesday. Executive vice chairman Ed Woodward will assume his responsibi ...
»Rafael Benitez’s tumultuous reign as Chelsea interim manager took another twist last night after he risked opening a rift with Captain John Terry. The Spaniard, who has proved an unpopular appointment among Blues fans, left the 32-year-old former England captain on the bench in their 1-0 win at Sparta Prague in the Europa League. Brazilian forward Oscar scored a late winner for last season’s European Champions, and after the game Benitez warned Terry he was no longer guaranteed a place in the team. The centre-back is seen as a legend among Chelsea fans after captaining the club to three Premier League titles and the Champions League, although he was suspended for the final. Bad part for the former Three Lions skipper: Terry has also been involved in five FA Cup-winning teams and has won the League Cup twice, although he has attracted a number of negative headlines for non-football issues. Gary Cahill and Branislav Ivanovic were preferred to Terry last night as, Benitez claims, the Chelsea captain st ...
Chelsea manager Rafael Benítez says John Terry is out with an inflamed knee for Saturday's Premier League tie against struggling Wigan Athletic. There is goo...
John Terry is out of Chelsea's Premier League match against Wigan on Saturday after suffering inflammation of his knee. Goalkeeper Petr Cech (finger) and Demba Ba (broken nose) are expected to be fit, with the striker in line to play with a protective face mask, while Eden Hazard is available again after serving his three-match ban for his dismissal for kicking a ball boy against Swansea. David Luiz played for Brazil in mid-week and is available following a calf injury, meaning only John Obi Mikel and Victor Moses due to Nigeria's involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations final, plus long-term absentee Oriol Romeu (knee), miss out. Provisional squad: Cech, Turnbull, Azpilicueta, Ferreira, Luiz, Ivanovic, Cahill, Cole, Bertrand, Lampard, Ramires, Mata, Oscar, Hazard, Marin, Benayoun, Torres, Ba, Ake, Hilario.
Just before stepping out on the St. James' Park pitch on Saturday, Jonas Gutierrez offered up a little prayer. By his own admission, this season the Argentine winger has been well below the high standards he sets himself. So he called upon the guidance of his late grandmother in a bid to get back to his best and, with it, drag Newcastle up the Premier League table. The result? A dramatic and memorable 3-2 victory over Chelsea, a performance much more like the Gutierrez of old and breaking the deadlock with his first goal in almost a year. Wheeling away towards the Strawberry Corner, having nipped in front of John Terry to guide a brilliant header past Petr Cech, there was no trademark Spiderman mask of celebration. Instead, it was replaced by a poignant look to the sky and a message of thanks, before celebrating with 50,000 Geordies as the roof came off the stadium. "My celebration was for my grandma, who passed away a few years ago," Gutierrez told nufc.co.uk in an exclusive interview. "I always remember ...
With Cech, Ivanovic, John Terry, Gary Cahill, Ramires, Lampard and Cole,who have more than 1,300 Premier League games between them
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PRE-MATCH BRIEFING: READING V CHELSEA Club historian Rick Glanvill&club statistician Paul Dutton continue their look at tonight's game... TACTICAL BRIEF KEY BATTLES In contrast to the FA Cup-holders' away draw at the weekend,Reading enjoyed a 1-sided 4-0 victory over Sheffield United&rested 1 or 2 regulars. More than half star performer Adam Le Fondre's appearances have started from the bench. Before last weekend the only full 90mins he had played in 2013 was the previous 3-1 FA Cup win at Crawley. The best indication of his effectiveness is that in his last 47mins of Premier League football the 26yrs-old has hit 3goals. He is not the traditional English CF,liking the ball played along the ground,&is adept at finding dangerous areas in the final 3rd&shoots virtually on sight. John Terry began his return to match fitness at Griffin Park on Sunday&is more likely to face the more physical presence of Pavel Pogrebnyak should he retain his place,as seems likely. Terry's leadership&communication were evident on ...
It should have been the night we all applauded the work of Laudrup and his squad, overcoming the wealth and skill of Chelsea with a strong footballing philosophy based on self belief and a dedication to entertaining their fans. HAZARD KICKS BALL BOY HAZARD SENT OFF FOR KICKING BALL BOY HOW SHOULD BELGIAN STAR BE PUNISHED? 'WHAT A JOKE!' - ALL THE REACTION HAZARD APOLOGISES TO BALL BOY POLICE WILL NOT CHARGE HAZARD And then Eden Hazard kicked a ball boy and got sent off. Yes, Premier League superstar Eden Hazard kicked 17-year-old Charlie Morgan in the ribs while trying to get the ball back from him. Now Chelsea are no strangers to controversy - they have lurched from one PR disaster to the next with increasing regularity this season but this is something else entirely. The arbitrary sacking of managers (most recently Roberto Di Matteo just five months after winning the Champions League); the John Terry court case and FA ban; a steward injured during the 3-2 Manchester United defeat; the Mark Clattenburg w ...
My all time Premier League XI: Note: Only three players from a club can make it to the starting line-up but if a player has played for more than a Premier League club, then he should be counted in the club he is currently playing for or the last Premier League club he played for. Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson Formation: 4-4-2 GK: David Seaman (Arsenal) RB: Gary Neville (Manchester United) RCB: Tony Adams (Arsenal) LCB: John Terry (Chelsea) LB: Ashley Cole (Chelsea) RM: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) RCM: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) LCM: Paul Scholes (Manchester United) LM: Robert Pires (Arsenal) CF: Didier Drogba (Chelsea) ST: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) Bench: van Der Sar, Lee Dixon, Nemanja Vidic, Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Ryan Giggs and Thierry Henry. Share your all time Premier League XI with us. -0akley
John Terry could make his comeback from injury for Chelsea in Thursday's Under-21 Premier League clash with Fulham, boss Rafa Benitez has revealed.
Chelsea need a centre back now that Luiz has moved to midfield but I dont think they need to spend money for a backup centreback. Nathaniel Chalobah on loan at Watford Chalobah started a pair of games for Watford this week after extending his loan spell to last the remainder of the season. He was excellent against Charlton on the weekend before being generally impressive in a loss to Manchester City. The performance left very little doubt that he's capable of playing in the Premier League right now. Nathan Ake is also good. Though they are young but lets remember that John Terry broke into the first team at 19 yrs.
FOOTBALL NEWS: •Kaizer Chiefs will open their offices on Monday, until then we don't have any news to report to you. • Bafana Bafana skipper Bongani Khumalo says he has a difficult task on his hands as he tries to emulate 1996 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) winning captain Neil Tovey. Alongside former president Nelson Mandela, a triumphant Tovey lifted the Afcon trophy, after Bafana Bafana had beaten Tunisia 2-0 in the final at Ellis Park. • Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has accused Tottenham Hotspur of "manipulating the rules" in signing his former defender Ezekiel Fryers and urged the Premier League to stop the player's registration. • Nigeria are willing to hand Newcastle United forward, Shola Ameobi a last chance to join up for their pre-Afcon camping. Ameobi was named in Nigeria's provisional squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations by head coach Stephen Keshi but has refused to answer telephone calls from the manager since December. •Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh has joined Wes ...
Team News Everton midfielder Darron Gibson is hoping to prove his fitness in order to feature in Sunday's Premier League clash against Chelsea at Goodison Park. Gibson – eligible after his red card in last week's win at West Ham was overturned – was withdrawn at half-time against Wigan on Boxing Day with a thigh strain. Right-back Seamus Coleman could return after a knock but midfielder Marouane Fellaini completes a three-match ban and defender Tony Hibbert and striker Kevin Mirallas are out. Ramires is expected to return to the Chelsea squad for Sunday's Premier League game at Everton. The Brazilian midfielder missed the Boxing Day win at Norwich with a slight knee injury and interim manager Rafael Benítez was confident he would be fit for the trip to Goodison Park. Sunday's game is set to come too soon for defender John Terry (knee), while striker Daniel Sturridge could be omitted from the squad again ahead of his proposed move to Liverpool. Match Notes Two teams with an eye on the top four meet at ...
Sports News Anti-racism body slams English FA The chairman of an anti-racism group has accused England's Football Association and the top-flight Premier League of lacking morality and leadership over their handling of recent racism cases. Herman Ouseley, who heads the Kick It Out organisation, also rebuked Chelsea and Liverpool over the racism incidents involving their players John Terry and Luis Suarez, saying they failed to take a stand against unacceptable behaviour. "There is very little morality in football among the top clubs," Ouseley, a lawmaker in Britain's upper chamber of parliament, said in an interview with The Guardian newspaper. "Leadership is so important; you have to send a powerful message that racism is completely unacceptable. But there is a moral vacuum. "The big clubs look after their players as assets. There was no bold attitude from them, to say that they would not put up with it." Terry served a four-game ban earlier this season after being found guilty of racially abusing Queens ...
Kick It Out chairman Lord Herman Ouseley, has launched a damning attack on the Football Association, the Premier League, Chelsea and Liverpool for a failure of "morality" and "leadership over John Terry and Luis Suarez race abuse incidents - THE GUARDIAN -naw-
Just seen the nominations for Sports Personality Of The Year. It's been probably the greatest year ever for British sport so it must have been murder compiling it, and inevitably there are some great sports people who deserve to be considered who haven't made the list. In my opinion Victoria Pendleton deserves to be nominated and I would have voted for her. Could the BBC not let people vote through phone lines or on line? People have complained that the list favours the Olympic athletes but.it's like 2012 and something happened in July/August! I'd love Jessica Ennis or Mo Farrah to win, although John Terry should get a special award in recognition of the fantastic ambassadorial example he has set for the Premier League over the last 12 months :-)
♦ Three of the top six scoring defenders in the Premier League since August 2009 currently play for Chelsea – Gary Cahill (13 goals), John Terry (12) and Branislav Ivanovic (11). Seven of Chelsea’s goals this season have come from defenders; a league-high tally
Roberto Di Matteo concedes that Liverpool are Chelsea's bogey team at the moment - the Reds have secured a Premier League double over the West Londoners in three of the last four seasons and have lost only two of their last 11 league meetings. The Blues manager reveals Ashley Cole will miss Sunday's game with a hamstring injury but says Captain John Terry is available. "He's in a good position to be involved," said Di Matteo. "He'll be a big asset on and off the pitch and he can focus on the football and team now."
Name the England football player, the captain of Chelsea in the premier league who announced his retirement from International Football on 24 September 2012. (a) John Terry (b) Stevan Gerrard (c) David Beckham (d) Ashley Cole
Team News: John Terry left on the substitutes' bench for Chelsea against Shakhtar Donetsk
Why is it that Mark Clattenburg hasn't officiated at a Premier League match since the allegations of using inappropriate language were raised, yet John Terry could carry on playing for nearly a year after his racial abuse accusations were made? Maybe it's one rule for them and one rule for the others!!
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Premier League - Ex-ref claims officials 'talking about boycotting Chelsea games' A former Premier League referee has claimed that officials are considering boycotting Chelsea matches. Chelsea lodged an official complaint to the Premier League season after last Sunday's 3-2 home defeat by Manchester United, saying Mark Clattenburg, who sent off two of their players in, had used "inappropriate language" to two of their players. Later in the week they issued another statement saying they did not have evidence to support a second complaint of verbal abuse but said they had lodged a complaint with the Football Association regarding comments to Nigerian John Obi Mikel. The Football Association, which has had to deal with high-profile racism cases involving Chelsea's former England skipper John Terry and Liverpool striker Luis Suarez this year, has opened an investigation into the claims. And Clive Wilkes told The Sun that there is a large amount of discontent amongst referees. Wilkes said: “I keep in touch w ...
ANGRY referees are threatening to boycott Chelsea matches. Fed-up officials have already held talks about not taking charge of Blues games — and even discussed all-out strike action. Ex-Premier League ref Clive Wilkes says the men in the middle are disgusted by Chelsea’s pursuit of Mark Clattenburg for allegedly using “inappropriate language” to John Obi Mikel last Sunday — a claim the official denies. And they feel let down by FA chiefs and the PFA in the race-row saga. Wilkes said: “I keep in touch with a lot of the lads and there is such a strength of feeling about what is happening to Mark. “I know a few referees who are even talking about boycotting Chelsea games because of all this. “Remember, it’s not the first time Chelsea have targeted a referee — there’s been Anders Frisk and Graham Poll. “And some refs are now saying enough is enough.” Wilkes, 57, from Gloucester, added: “It’s no exaggeration to say the refs in this country have never felt lower. “They are so dis ...
We Got it first @ Rsi © now here is Another Hitzzz- • City hitman Carlos Tevez has been snubbed by his country - and that’s bad news for the Blues’ rivals says his fellow Argentine Pablo Zabaleta • Pablo Zabaleta is backing his pal Carlos Tevez to fight his way back into the Argentina squad – by terrorising Premier League defences. Tevez has again been omitted from his national squad, for the friendly with Saudi Arabia on November 14, with Wigan striker Franco di Santo getting the nod ahead of him. But that might spell bad news for English defences, says Zabaleta. The Blues defender is set to give manager Roberto Mancini a huge boost by stepping back into action at West Ham tomorrow after missing the last three games with a hamstring problem he picked up on international duty. + • Former Toon Striker Wants Heskey In England Team! • Australia's new footballing superstar Emile Heskey had been tipped for an England recall by ex- Newcastle United striker Michael Bridges. Michael Bridges reckon ...
All change for Manchester United as they head for reprise at Chelsea Roberto Di Matteo and Sir Alex Ferguson will make significant changes to their Chelsea and Manchester United sides for Wednesday evening's Capital One Cup tie at Stamford Bridge, where they meet three days after their controversial Premier League game.Ferguson will rest key players at Stamford Bridge. "Obviously we will make changes for the Wednesday game," he said. "The squad that played against Newcastle [United, in the previous round] will be in place again. You don't want to lose down there and we want to continue in the cup. Any game down there is going to be tough. There has been good progress there since Roberto Di Matteo took the job. They are big games – and big games are good for us."Di Matteo is also without the suspended John Terry, Fernando Torres and Branislav Ivanovic, and the injured Frank Lampard. "We are looking to freshen the team up a little bit, for sure, and also put a couple of youngsters in," Di Matteo said. "We ...
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