JOHN TERRY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Frank Lampard retires: Assessing Chelsea, England soccer legend’s career

Now that Frank Lampard has kicked his last soccer ball in anger, it’s time to give him his due.The former Chelsea and England midfielder announced his retirement Thursday, ending his glittering career after 21 yeas at age 38. Lampard used Instagram to tell the world he’s moving on from playing professional soccer. Lampard honed his talent at West Ham but spent the bulk of his...
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The most underrated starting XI in 2016

With so many great players in the world, picking a best XI can be exceedingly difficult. Of course, players like Ronaldo and Messi will feature in just about everyone’s team. The problem is with so many great players, there are bound to be a few that get overlooked. Those players who might be underrated, but who are in actuality stars who just don’t get their fair share of the...
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December 28, 2016  |  Discuss

West Ham set to ban 200 fans from London Stadium following violence at Chelsea match

West Ham’s start to life at its new home has been an utter disaster — on and off the pitch. There have been issues with sight lines and the distance of fans from the pitch and West Ham sit 15th in the table, just three points clear of relegation. All of that tension combined with a heated London Derby boiled over earlier this week as Chelsea and West Ham fans violently clashed...
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October 27, 2016  |  Discuss

John Terry’s legacy coming to an end at Chelsea FC

This may be the end of John Terry’s legacy with Chelsea FC. Receiving a red card in stoppage time against Sunderland over the weekend means he will miss his last two games of the season and probably his career as a Blue. After the ref showed him red, Terry took off his captain’s armband and threw it in the air out of frustration. Not handing the armband to another teammate could...
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May 09, 2016  |  Discuss

John Terry: A Legend's Legacy

Roughly a week ago, news reports emerged that Chelsea stalwart John Terry would not be returning to Stamford Bridge next season. The 35-year-old Terry has been the standard-bearer for Chelsea since graduating from the youth team in 1998.Terry is truly a polarizing figure in the footballing world, having had a fair share of negative moments during his career. While he has managed...
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February 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Reaction to John Terry leaving Chelsea

John Terry, the last remaining member of the spine that led Chelsea to their first Champions League, will part ways with his boyhood club at the end of the season. Questionable decision by Chelsea? Absolutely, but it’s not surprising. Leave it to Roman Abramovich and the board to jettison the man dubbed Mr. Chelsea during a time of turmoil. The Blues currently sit in the bottom...
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February 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Chelsea will not renew John Terry’s contract

John Terry’s 19 year career with Chelsea will come to an end this season as it was revealed that Chelsea will not renew Terry’s contract. It is the latest sign in the current revamp of Chelsea FC, who is currently struggling in the bottom half of the Premier League table. Terry will leave as one of the best defenders in English National Team and Chelsea history. In 477 appearances...
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January 31, 2016  |  Discuss

VIDEO: John Terry scores own goal, Mirallas scores beauty

Chelsea got off to an inauspicious start in their game against Everton at Stamford Bridge. In a game where they hoped to get three points off a struggling Everton team and get over their own struggles, captain John Terry put in the first goal of the game into his own net. A rather typical own goal as Terry tried to clear the cross and instead deflected the ball into his own net...
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January 16, 2016  |  Discuss

John Terry’s Red Card Adds Further Intrigue To Chelsea Future (Video)

John Terry’s 2015-16 Premier League season has gone from bad to worse. Terry was shown a straight red card Sunday in Chelsea’s 3-2 win over West Brom. Terry likely will serve a three-game ban, which would delay his potential redemption for a month. Chelsea already was leading 3-1 when referee Mark Clattenburg dismissed Terry in the 54th minute for pulling back West Brom’s...
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August 23, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: John Terry receives straight red, Chelsea down to 10, win anyway

In the first half of this West Brom/Chelsea game, it was nothing but smooth sailing from Chelsea. Now into the second half, things haven’t gone to plan. John Terry was forced to bring down Salomon Rondon or else he would’ve been in on goal and as the last defender, he paid the ultimate price in receiving a red card. At least for Terry, he committed the fold right outside the...
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August 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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