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John Terry admits red-card chat with referee

Alec Kennedy Chelsea captain John Terry says he spoke to referee Phil Dowd in the lead-up to the official's decision to send off Swansea's Chico Flores.

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John Terry signs one-year deal with Chelsea

Chelsea captain John Terry has ended speculation over his future by signing a one-year contract extension with the Premier League club.

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John Terry threatened to break my legs, reveals Sydney FC's Corey Gameiro

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Dominic Bossi Sydney FC striker Corey Gameiro revealed Chelsea captain John Terry threatened to break his legs during a heated clash during a reserves match with Fulham FC two years ago.

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John Terry keeps Chelsea at head of the EPL table

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London John Terry's injury-time winner against Everton preserves Chelsea's position.

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John Terry's father accused of racism

Ted Terry arrives at the Old Bailey in central London on Monday.

The father of Chelsea captain John Terry was accused on Monday of headbutting an Asian man outside a pub and hurling a racist insult at him in a dispute over a cigarette.

Chelsea's John Terry struggled with 'self-esteem', says Jose Mourinho

John Terry in action for Chelsea before the international break.

Jose Mourinho feared John Terry's career was on the way down, but the Chelsea manager believes his star defender is now back to his best after a loss of "self-esteem".

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John Terry to stand trial on racism charge

London England captain John Terry will stand trial after the European Championship over allegations he racially abused an opponent during a Premier League match - possibly clearing the way for him to play...

Arsene Wenger warns critics to lay off Arsenal's German star Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger insists Mesut Ozil doesn't deserve to be made the scapegoat for Arsenal's spluttering performances despite the German star's lacklustre efforts this season.

Manchester City bid to keep Chelsea in check

Manchester City are winless in three matches in all competitions.

Tom Williams Stung by a last-minute defeat in the Champions League, Manchester City will attempt to make up ground in the Premier League title race when they host leaders Chelsea on Sunday.

Rio Ferdinand's trashing of David Moyes is undignified

Paul Hayward Scot's chip ban is hardly a reason for player unrest, writes Paul Hayward.

It's not normal: Mourinho hails Costa's exploits

Diego Costa.

Clare Lovell Diego Costa left the Stamford Bridge pitch to exultant cheers after a hat-trick against Swansea City on Saturday highlighted a breathless start to a Chelsea career for a team that has been designed...

Diego Costa grabs hat-trick for Chelsea, City draw at Arsenal

Hat-trick: Chelsea striker Diego Costa continued his goal-scoring spree.

Toby Davis Diego Costa continued his stunning start to life at Chelsea with a hat-trick in a 4-2 win over Swansea City on Saturday while champions Manchester City were staring up the table after snatching a 2-2...

England manager Roy Hodgson lets rip at critics

Under pressure: Roy Hodgson.

England manager Roy Hodgson lost his temper and swore during a briefing with journalists after being questioned about his side's lacklustre friendly victory over Norway.

Is FIFA's Sepp Blatter on a Nobel mission?

Henry Winter The FIFA president believes football can help bring world peace, but he has offended too many people to be taken seriously.

Cesc Fabregas orchestrates victory on his Chelsea debut

Burnley's Michael Duff (L) challenges Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas during the English Premier League match in northern England on Monday.

Henry Winter Cesc Fabregas returned in style to English soccer, orchestrating victory on his Chelsea debut, showing the range of passing and vision formerly enjoyed by Arsenal.

Wayne Rooney 'ready to lead England'

Henry Winter Wayne Rooney believes he is ready to take on the responsibility of captaining England, and leading the national team out of a particularly bleak period even by their standards.

Captain Wayne Rooney ready to lead Louis van Gaal's Manchester United revolution

Wayne Rooney

Timothy Abraham Wayne Rooney believes he is ready to play a lead role in Louis van Gaal's Manchester United revolution after being appointed as the team's new captain.

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Pastore stunner seals PSG win over Chelsea

Javier Pastore

Julien Pretot Javier Pastore's brilliant individual goal in stoppage time put the gloss on Paris St Germain's 3-1 Champions League quarter-final first leg win over Chelsea on Wednesday to leave the French side...

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Chelsea blame draining European game for Swansea toil

 Demba Ba.

Chelsea struggled to break down 10-man Swansea City on Sunday because of their "physically and emotionally draining" Champions League victory over Paris St Germain, says coach.

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Luis Suarez must win Player of the Year

Luis Suarez has scored 30 goals for Liverpool this season.

Henry Winter Awards would be fitting tribute for Liverpool star's transformation from villain to dressing-room favourite.