Chelsea striker Didier Drogba
Chelsea captain John Terry insists they have enough firepower to take care of Manchester United on Sunday.
Star man Diego Costa looks likely to miss out with hamstring and groin injuries, while Loic Remy is touch-and-go after limping off in the midweek win over Maribor.
That leaves Drogba as the only senior Chelsea striker left for the visit to Old Trafford...
Drogba with Chelsea captain John terry
Ivorian striker Didier Drogba has recalled when Jose Mourinho first named John Terry Chelsea captain.
Terry played his 500th game for the Blues in victory at Crystal Palace on Saturday.
“I remember when we had our first meeting in Seattle at the start of pre-season, Jose was introducing himself and his staff and he was saying okay, John Terry...
Say what you want about John Terry, but he takes care of his own.
Terry sent a signed Chelsea jersey to a grieving fan Louise Heaton after hearing of her mother’s recent death, according to the Independent.
Terry originally reached out to Heaton on Twitter wish her a happy 21st birthday. Heaton thanked Terry, Chelsea’s longtime captain, and informed him that her mother had...
Spare a thought for John Terry. Yes, John Terry.
Terry was distraught following Chelsea’s 3-1 loss to Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League semifinal Wednesday.
Terry openly wept on the field after the referee blew the final whistle. Both teammates and opponents consoled the Chelsea captain.
Terry, 33, suffered another emotional blow in his Champions-League career. In the...
John Terry went and did it again.
The Chelsea captain missed his team’s UEFA Europa League final against Benfica with an ankle injury, but you’d never know it based on the trophy presentation and victory lap. Terry participated in the post-game celebrations wearing his full Chelsea uniform.
The sight wouldn’t be so strange had Terry not spent the entire game wearing a...
John Terry snubbed Football Association chairman David Bernstein's attempt to shake hands at Friday's Champions League trophy handover.
The Chelsea captain confirmed to Sky Sports News that he had rejected Bernstein's attempt to shake hands. Bernstein was the man who stripped Terry of the England captaincy after his racism charge.
Terry is also unhappy with Bernstein...
Chelsea captain John Terry has been ruled out of the Club World Cup because of ongoing knee injury.
The defender damaged ligaments in his right knee a month ago and Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez says the long flight to Japan wouldn't help his recovery.
''The inflammation during the flight will not be the best thing for him so he will not travel,'' Benitez said...
Via AP on Fox
December 07, 2012
Chelsea captain John Terry has avoided serious injury and has only been ruled out for a number of weeks.
He will now undergo further tests on his knee but the news he will not be on the sidelines for months is a major boost for Chelsea's squad.
Roberto Di Matteo's European champions are facing a hectic fixture list in the build-up to Christmas and are already experiencing...
John Terry will remain Chelsea's captain for the foreseeable future, but his time at the club is running out. Terry's contract expires at the end of the 2013-14 season, and Chelsea has decided against offering its field marshall a new deal, according to the Mirror. "The Blues board are determined to sweep away the club’s old guard and have decided the skipper no...
The Football Association disciplinary panel that banned Chelsea captain John Terry for racially abusing an opponent found his defense ''implausible and contrived.''
The panel's findings were published Friday after being sent to Terry, who has 14 days to decide whether to appeal his four-match ban and 220,000-pound ($356,000) fine.
Terry was cleared in a criminal...
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October 05, 2012