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Terry Injury Update

News broke late yesterday afternoon, around tea-time, that the injury suffered by John Terry wasn`t as bad as first feared.

With John having a high pain threshold and renowned for being something of an iron-man, the whelp of pain he let out as Luis Suarez crashed into his leg, seemed to indicate that John would be out for a significant period of time.

But, thankfully, the club released the news that John`s scans had shown no serious damage to his knee ligaments and that Chelsea expect his absence to be a matter of weeks rather than months.

Red-top speculation, this morning, suggests that John could be absence from anything between 2 to 6 weeks but is expected to return before Christmas with the inference being that he`ll miss the Premier League games against West Brom, Manchester City, Fulham and West Ham and also the crucial Champions League encounter with Juventus.

All this is far better news than initially feared as John left Stamford Bridge, on Sunday evening, on crutches and with his knee held rigid in a knee brace.




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The Journalist

Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 13 2012

Time: 4:41PM

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Good to read that it's not as serious as it seemed at first.
zg2000fs
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13/11/2012 17:07:00

Get well soon JT...Chelsea's Warrior.
nelyvanile
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13/11/2012 18:00:00

Thank goodness for a a few mercies...that was a close call for us..hopefully JT will be back fit in time for the world club cup tournament.
GabeU
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13/11/2012 18:11:00

Thank God for that, he would have been immense for man city and juve. We need experience to win those games. I just hope we win this coming games.
Desmondadonis
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13/11/2012 18:45:00

i guess we are getting used to him not being around , so having him will be a plus ...
Don capon
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13/11/2012 21:54:00

Get well soon John
Ken4CFC
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14/11/2012 09:37:00

Hope he taste the club world cup since he is not sure if he can play in it again
Kendemsblue
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15/11/2012 09:25:00

His age and form are going down
Kendemsblue
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16/11/2012 11:29:00

plus speed
Kendemsblue
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17/11/2012 06:55:00

 

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