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Terry To Miss Cup Final

Terry To Miss Cup Final

Chelsea skipper John Terry will miss Sunday`s Carling Cup final after suffering damage to an ankle ligament in Chelsea`s 1-1 draw with Porto on Wednesday (snigger).

Terry has only recently returned after having keyhole surgery on his back but the centre-half lasted only 11 minutes against Porto in the Champions League.

He joins Boulahrouz, Robben, Joe Cole and Judas Cole on the injury list for Sunday`s game. No doubt that should Arsenal win on Sunday, despite having half a dozen kids on the pitch, Chelsea fans and Mourniho will play the injury card.

Let`s not get ahead of ourselves though Gooners.

Speaking after Chelsea`s match Maureen had this to say: 'We are not in an easy situation. I do not know when John Terry will be back, but I am cool about it.

'It is unbelievable because of the injuries we keep getting. We don't have Khalid Boulahrouz and we don't have John Terry. We have one central defender - Ricardo Carvalho.''

Well that`s what you get for letting Billy Gallas and Robert Huth go in the summer and not replacing them.

As a great man once said "I pity the fool".


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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Thursday February 22 2007
Time: 12:06AM

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Comments

0
Huth was slow, Arsenal will play with fast kids.He would be beaten easily.
k_chelski
22/02/2007 00:12:00
0
At least you would have had 2 CBs!
simmy8_2000
22/02/2007 00:26:00
0
Robben injured? I didn't know about that one. On an extra note, just football players in general, I don't like it when they get injured. Puts a damper on everything.
ducksworth
22/02/2007 00:42:00
0
Who cares as long as we win :)
AB_Arsenal
22/02/2007 04:13:00
0
chelsea are short at the back. carvalho essien bridge and geremi will play at the back???
49ers
22/02/2007 04:48:00
0
Let Maureen blame it on injuries when they lose - we all know he messed up with his transfers. On the other hand, can he possibly get even more arrogant when they win?
afri-gooner
22/02/2007 06:03:00
0
I dont care if Gavin Peacock and Mark Stein (those were Chelsea players b4 you had money for all you 'new' Chelski fans) play centre back I just wanna win!
iceman10
22/02/2007 07:28:00
0
Bonus for the Arsenal, but can you make it count.....
col8
22/02/2007 08:19:00
0
Where does one get information about the number of assists made; Would love to know who actually leads in assists; Rosicky, Cesc, Hleb, Adebayor, Henry? On topic. Arsenal will win 3 -1
TeamSpirit
22/02/2007 08:22:00
0
Im sure its Cesc!
iceman10
22/02/2007 08:24:00
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