John Terry out for two months
Chelsea Skipper John Terry sidelined for two months:
John Terry is looked to be sidelined for two months and will miss the Chelsea’s crucial champions league tie in Naples.
Chelsea skipper is in Naples with his squad for the Champions league clash but the Englishman is ruled out of the clash. Terry has already missed the four crucial games for the Blues and still looked to miss another two months.
Former England skipper will now also miss the international friendly against Netherlands. Chelsea will now lack the leadership of influential skipper and Andre Villas-Boas have to choose partnership of Gary Cahill and David Luiz.
Chelsea boss last night talked about John Terry and said: “He’s a player of great importance. I will leave it as late as possible and make a decision on him after the training of the team in Naples,”
“The team is more important than any individual, but what we are trying to do with John is to respect his importance for the team. We will try to give him a late fitness test to give him every chance,”
“There are enough characters to lead on the emotional sense. Of course JT is a great leader, gives you an extra emotional push, but at the moment, we’ve had to do without him,”
“I think there is still enough emotion without him. If he misses out on Tuesday then we will miss a top, top player and a player who gives us great defensive stability. It would be a massive loss for us, that’s for sure.”
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