Found October 02, 2012 on Soccer News:
Chelsea midfielder Oscar wants to follow in the footsteps of Frank Lampard and John Terry and become a legend at...

Di Matteo dismisses Lampard rumors

Roberto Di Matteo insists Frank Lampard's Chelsea future remains "very strong", despite renewed speculation over whether the midfielder's glittering Stamford Bridge career might be drawing to a close. Saturday's 2-1 Premier League win at Arsenal was the third successive match in which Lampard was not in the European champions' XI, with Ramires selected...

Di Matteo defends Terry pick

Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo says he feels vindicated over his decision to select John Terry for Chelsea's win at The Emirates on Saturday The former England captain was selected for his club two days after the FA found him guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand in the QPR v Chelsea match at Loftus Road in October 2011. Terry is waiting for the reasons behind the verdict...

RDM: Lamps still has Blues future

Roberto Di Matteo insists Frank Lampard still has a future at Chelsea despite sitting out the win at Arsenal. Saturday's 2-1 Premier League win at The Emirates was the third successive match in which Lampard was not in the European champions' XI, with Ramires selected alongside John Obi Mikel in central midfield. Lampard was injured for Tuesday's Carling Cup thrashing...

Triesman: Black players let down

Former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman believes black players feel let down by the governing body's handling of the John Terry racism case. Ex- England skipper Terry was found guilty of using racist language towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand by an independent FA panel earlier this week, but is awaiting the full written judgment before deciding whether to appeal...

FA to publish reasons for Terry verdict

The English FA is set to publish the full written reasons behind their decision to hand Chelsea captain John Terry...

Di Matteo hails ´important´ Lampard

Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo said veteran Frank Lampard is likely to be involved for their Champions League clash with...

Ferdinand thanks Rangers fans

Anton Ferdinand has thanked the "fantastic support" he received from QPR fans during the recent high-profile league encounter with Chelsea. Last month's meeting between the two clubs at Loftus Road was the first encounter between Ferdinand and John Terry on the pitch since the Chelsea captain was cleared by magistrates of racially abusing the Rangers defender in July...

Eriksson: Terry case handled badly

Sven-Goran Eriksson has leapt to the defence of Chelsea captain John Terry, saying the defender’s racial abuse case had been...

The Pre-Match handshake – Should it or Shouldn’t it

The FA’s respect campaign has been running for a long time now. And nothing is more apparent than in the pre-match handshakes between opposing players just before kick off. Over the last few weeks this has taken center stage. In some matches you’d be forgiven for forgetting there was actually any football on show. From Anton Ferdinand not shaking John Terry’s and Ashley Cole’s...
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