John Terry Is Ruled Out For Months For leg Nerve Injury

Chelsea captain John Terry may be ruled out for months due to a chronic leg nerve problem. Terry is facing an indefinite spell on the sidelines as doctors work to cure a long-term nerve problem in his right leg. The news is the latest blow for Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, who saw his side beaten 3-0 at home by Sunderland on Sunday. Ancelotti is also dealing with persistent injuries to…

November 18, 2010
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Premier League – Who’s great and who’s Not?

Great team Some excellent performances and on any other week, Bolton would have been right in the frame for this award. Next on the list would be Liverpool who attacked brilliantly in the first half against Chelsea and defended brilliantly in the second. As it is, I think this can only go to Newcastle. They were excellent at Arsenal and to restrict the home side to just five or six…

November 9, 2010
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Who Has Been Chelsea’s Most Effective Player So Far This Season?

Chelsea have been the English Premier League’s most impressive team so far this season, leading the title race and dropping only five points across 10 matches. Coach Carlo Ancelotti has tweaked his squad slightly, adding the likes of Ramires and Yossi Benayoun, while promoting young talent like Josh McEachran and Gael Kakuta. The Pensioners are a fully functioning unit with quality in every position and Ancelotti has been rewarded with…

November 1, 2010
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Arsenal can beat Chelsea with passing not power, says Arsène Wenger

The Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, is confident his side can get a result at Stamford Bridge. Photograph: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty ImagesWhen Arsène Wenger reaches for a statistic to reinforce one of his arguments, it is always wise to check it. Bitter experience has taught us that the Arsenal manager is not always absolutely spot on in such matters. And so when, in the context of Chelsea’s recent dominance over his team,…

October 1, 2010
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Uruguay vs Ghana

Kick-off: Friday, 2nd July – 7:30pm Venue: Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg World Cup Quarter-Final Uruguay La Celeste are former World  Cup winners back in 1930 and 1950, so the dizzy heights of the quarter-finals shouldn’t really leave a nation speechless at the inroads their iconic figures have made thus far. It does though, as not since 1990 had Uruguay last qualified for the last-sixteen stage of the competition while it…

July 2, 2010
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