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PHOTO: Premier League trophy heads to Stamford Bridge as Chelsea get ready for title celebrations

PHOTO: Premier League trophy heads to Stamford Bridge as Chelsea get ready for title celebrations - originally posted on The Premier League trophy is on its way to Stamford Bridge as John Terry gets ready to lift it for the first time in 5 years on Sunday. A photograph of the gleaming piece of silverware was tweeted by the official account of the Premier League, with...
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Mourinho admits he had concerns over Chelsea captain John Terry

Jose Mourinho has revealed he thought John Terry's best days were behind him before he returned for a second spell as Chelsea manager. Terry's influence was waning under Andre Villas-Boas, Robert di Matteo and Rafael Benitez, before the 34-year-old was revitalized by the return of his former mentor in June 2013. Terry has been an integral part of Chelsea's success this season, playing...
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Liverpool-Chelsea Wrap: Steven Gerrard’s Reds Competitive With John Terry’s Blues

Liverpool’s season is walking to its conclusion, but the Reds still tried to prove something against Chelsea. Liverpool and Chelsea played to a 1-1 draw Sunday at Stamford Bridge, putting the teams’ rivalry to rest for the next few months. While Chelsea continued to celebrate its coronation as Premier League champions with their home fans and a “guard of honor” from its opponent...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Chelsea plotting move for English star as Terry/Cahill backup

Chelsea plotting move for English star as Terry/Cahill backup - originally posted on It looks like as if Jose Mourinho has already started making plans to defend his newly owned Premier League title for the coming 2015-16 season. If reports from the ever reliable Gianluca Di Marzio website from Italy are to be believed, then Chelsea are plotting a move for Everton...
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Terry says winning the title at Stamford Bridge is 'what he lived for'

John Terry said winning his fourth Premier League title at Stamford Bridge in front of the Chelsea fans was “what he lived for”. Eden Hazard reacted quickest to nod the ball into the net when Julian Speroni saved his spot kick just before half time as the Blues secured a nervy 1-0 win over Crystal Palace to claim their first title in five years. Speaking to Sky Sports, captain...
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John Terry hits out at former Liverpool manager after title win

John Terry hits out at former Liverpool manager after title win - originally posted on Chelsea captain, John Terry had a dig at former manager Rafael Benitez after the Blues clinched their 5th league title this afternoon. The former England international claimed that Rafa was wrong in his assessment of Terry when he claimed the Chelsea captain is not fit enough to...
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Terry, Drogba insist champions-elect Chelsea deserve more respect

John Terry and Didier Drogba believe Chelsea deserve more "respect" after moving to within one win of the Premier League title. The Blues are on the verge of securing their fourth Premier League crown after coming from behind to beat Leicester 3-1 at the King Power Stadium. Terry and Drogba both got on the scoresheet to put the Blues in the lead after Marc Albrighton had given the...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Terry admits Chelsea lacked thrills in second half of season

John Terry recognises Chelsea's performances in the second half of the season have been forgettable, but says it matters not a jot as Jose Mourinho's men close in on the Premier League title. Arsenal supporters sang "boring, boring Chelsea" during Sunday's goalless draw at the Emirates Stadium, leaving the Blues needing six more points to be confirmed as champions for the first time...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

John Terry To Remain At Chelsea In 2015-16 After Signing New Contract

John Terry will call Stamford Bridge home next season, and Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho wouldn’t have it any other way. Terry signed a new, one-year contract with Chelsea on Thursday, the club announced on its website. Terry, Chelsea’s longtime captain, is delighted to continue with the club he has led to 13 major trophies since making his debut in...
March 26, 2015  |  Discuss

John Terry Backs Chelsea’s Referee-Swarming As ‘Part Of The Game’

John Terry’s nature is to defend anything Chelsea does. Terry backed his and his teammates’ actions in Wednesday’s contentious draw against Paris Saint-Germain, which eliminated Chelsea from the UEFA Champions League in the round of 16. Terry told Sky Sports Chelsea surrounded and tried to influence referee Bjorn Kuipers only in response to similar...
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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