Allegations on Terry cleared, but game is under pressure

John Terry, the former England Captain comes out clear on Friday in the accusion of racial abuse case over Anton Ferdinand player of Queens Park Rangers. The incident of the allegations took place in a match during Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers in October last year. Rumours are that the case was filed because Terry … Continue reading “Allegations on Terry cleared, but game is under pressure”

Chelsea’s Captain Terry In Trouble

            Former England Captain John Terry was accused of calling Queens Park Rangers player Anton Ferdinand a “f#@$ing black c&#t” during a match between Chelsea and QPR on 23 October last year. John Terry’s trial is currently going on in Westminister Magistrates Court. John Terry is completely denying the charges … Continue reading “Chelsea’s Captain Terry In Trouble”

Barclays Premier League: October 29 — Results Roundup

Everton vs Manchester United. Chelsea vs Arsenal. Can you ask for a better start to any weekend? Plenty of talking points, lots of thrilling moments and certainly a lot of goals to talk about today as an entertaining Saturday comes to an end. All the scores of today’s matches are after the break:

Wayne Bridge 1-0 John Terry

Finally the time we all were waiting for arrived. It’s John Terry v/s Wayne Bridge as Chelsea took on Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. All eyes were on the duo as the teams made their way on to the pitch. It was the usual handshake time and Bridge was nearing Terry. Well the moment came … Continue reading “Wayne Bridge 1-0 John Terry”

Football Roundup: Manchester City humiliate Chelsea at Stamford Bridge; Portsmouth get priceless win at Burnley

Manchester City inflicted Chelsea’s first home Premier League defeat this season in a game which began with Wayne Bridge refusing John Terry’s handshake. Frank Lampard’s low strike put Chelsea ahead but Carlos Tevez equalised after a long ball was not dealt with, before Craig Bellamy shot beyond Hilario to make it 2-1 in favor of … Continue reading “Football Roundup: Manchester City humiliate Chelsea at Stamford Bridge; Portsmouth get priceless win at Burnley”

Wayne Bridge deserts World Cup (all because of John Terry)

Manchester City defender Wayne Bridge has announced he does not wish to be chosen for England duty, thereby ruling himself out of this summer’s World Cup. (He is also effectively retiring from the international scene) In a statement released by his lawyers, Bridge, 29, said his position in the national squad had become “untenable and … Continue reading “Wayne Bridge deserts World Cup (all because of John Terry)”