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Chelsea fear John Terry's season is over after he suffered an horrific-looking knee injury.
Mark Hughes has been told by QPR owner Tony Fernandes that he must beat Southampton ...or else.
Chinese side Guizhou Rehne are closing in on Frank Lampard.
Juventus have dropped Paul Pogba for two Serie A games due to his poor timekeeping.
David Moyes admits Everton face an uphill struggle to keep Marouane Fellaini.
John Terry faces an anxious wait to find out whether his season is over.
Brad Jones is sweating over his Liverpool future.
Manchester United could make a new move for striker Robert Lewandowski after Borussia Dortmund revealed they are struggling to get the Poland international to agree to extend his contract beyond 2014.
Hull boss Steve Bruce wants his old keeper Chirs Kirkland to join his promotion push.
John Terry will discover today whether his season is over.
West Ham are on the verge of bringing Nicolas Anelka back to the Premier League.
Carl Jenkinson has signed a new five-year deal at Arsenal .
John Terry is confident he has avoided a serious knee injury.
Wilfried Zaha will link up with England today after agonising over whether to accept Roy Hodgson's call-up or choose instead to represent Ivory Coast.
Arsene Wenger has made Edin Dzeko and Wilfried Zaha his top January transfer targets.
John Terry faces an anxious wait today to find out if his season has been wrecked by a knee ligament injury.
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We head into the international break with a good chunk of the season behind us and the games now start to come fast and furious as we head into Boxing Day. Right now, the top three teams are as we expected them to be, but there are real questions over who will finish fourth.
Let's start at the top, where you have to take your hat off to Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson...
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas best described the so-called “Super-Sub” saying, “It was also down to an individual moment of brilliance … which I think is recurrent for a guy who continues to be on the bench, but who continues to come on to destroy opponents.”
The “Super Sub” is that player who scores vital goals that swing results in his or her team’s favor...
For Manchester City , the pattern is becoming familiar: the trait that was once (and is still) the trademark of its arch-rivals United has been adopted wholesale.
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Chelsea says captain John Terry will be sidelined for ''weeks rather than months'' after his right knee was injured during the Premier League match against Liverpool.
The defender underwent scans on Monday, a day after being carried off during the 1-1 draw following an incident in which Liverpool striker Luis Suarez landed awkwardly on the knee of Terry, whose cruciate...
John Terry has escaped a lengthy injury lay-off after Chelsea confirmed he had suffered "no significant damage" to his knee ligaments in their Barclays Premier League draw with Liverpool.
The European champions announced captain Terry would be sidelined for "weeks rather than months" following an MRI scan on the injury that forced him off during Sunday's...
John Terry's return from a racism ban ended prematurely in pain Sunday as the Chelsea captain was carried off with a serious-looking injury after scoring in a 1-1 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday.
The defender headed in his 50th Chelsea goal from Juan Mata's corner in the 20th minute after missing the last four domestic matches for racially abusing an...
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck insists the club are not hypocrites for supporting skipper John Terry and at the same time lodging a complaint against referee Mark Clattenburg.
Buck says Chelsea have a "duty of care" for Terry even if he has done something wrong - he was banned for four matches for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand - and that the club would have...
Should Chelsea call time on Terry and Cole? - originally posted on Soccerlens.comJohn Terry
Due to issues well documented, Chelsea have had to do without John Terry of late. How well they did is up for discussion, but on Sunday he was back… for a while at least.
Having scored the opener, Terry then collided with Luis Suarez and was forced to leave the pitch, looking very much...
Luis Suarez struck his 11th goal of the season to help Liverpool earn a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea dominated the first half and took the lead when John Terry headed home from a corner.
Suarez nodded a leveller with just under 20 minutes remaining and though the Reds had chances to go on and claim all three points during an excellent finish, they wouldn’t have been too...
Chelsea went public for the first time Tuesday with detailed racial abuse allegations against a referee, insisting there was no misunderstanding and that its players heard Mark Clattenburg use the word ''monkey'' during a Premier League match.
Chairman Bruce Buck opted to end Chelsea's public silence on the claims that raises new concerns about football's...
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Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has hit back at the club's critics and defended their accusations of racial abuse against referee Mark Clattenburg.
Buck is bemused by the reaction following Chelsea's complaint that Clattenburg made a racist comment to midfielder John Obi Mikel during the Premier League defeat to Manchester United last month.
The club has been criticised by...
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