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An Unusual Situation

International football bores me rigid and yet again we find that the momentum of recent weeks is about to be disrupted by a round of friendly internationals.

It`s time to offer a silent prayer and hope that none of our players comes back with an injury.

However, for one player this week could be a little strange.

With most of his team-mates away on international duty, John Terry, in self -enforced international exile, will be reporting to Cobham to train with the youngsters.

Here at Vital Chelsea, we`re sure that John will react to the situation in the professional manner we`re used to seeing from our club captain and that he will be giving his all to ensure he helps the stars of tomorrow.

Because, as we here at Vital Chelsea know; JT is exactly that kind of bloke isn`t he.




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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 11 2012

Time: 11:34AM

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It will not be very easy at first,but he will cope,he is good at that.
Ohans
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11/11/2012 11:53:00

Sure.. He'll eventually Cope with it.
chuks09
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11/11/2012 11:59:00

i have a feeling we are about to witness the beginning of the best of JT. With the intenational distraction out of the way.
elemzy
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11/11/2012 12:00:00

He will be in good company, Torres hasn't been picked for Spain. Hopefully Marin can stand right in front of RDM whilst training, or better still be his shadow as he seems to have been forgotten about.
Blue1989
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11/11/2012 12:01:00

Jt will be a huge boost for the youngsters as he is a nice bloke and a good captain who goes to watch their games in the reserves last season and perhaps this season, it will be better for the boys morale
Desmondadonis
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11/11/2012 12:17:00

Jt will be a huge boost for the youngsters as he is a nice bloke and a good captain who goes to watch their games in the reserves last season and perhaps this season, it will be better for the boys morale
Desmondadonis
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11/11/2012 12:19:00

I hate international free weeks, it's always boring, but what choice have I got?! I hope our players come back injury-free.
objectivekritic
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11/11/2012 12:46:00

He is injured and not sure if he will be available.
Kendemsblue
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12/11/2012 08:02:00

Let us cross our fingers since even Mata is selected to play for Spain in their match
Kendemsblue
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13/11/2012 07:49:00

The timing for the international friendlies of this month is not favourable to us. We play West brom on Saturday, meet Juventus next week the 20th (an all important match) and have a game with Man City on Sunday the 25th. Hopefully, wish the players are not over stretched due to travel schedule and are able to return back injury free.
avbhimself
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13/11/2012 11:01:00

 

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