You are here
Home > Soccer

Captain John Terry will miss Chelsea’s Champions League last-16 first leg with Paris St Germain

http://medicport.ru/disqus/7-yuridicheskoe-ponyatie-narod.html The 35-year-old went off with a hamstring injury towards the end of the first half of Saturday’s 5-1 Premier League win over Newcastle.

http://www.freegplsoftware.org/uploaded/garazhnie-vorota-3h3-svoimi-rukami.html Terry underwent a scan on Sunday and took part in Chelsea’s open training session on Monday afternoon, but the club later announced he had not travelled with the squad.

follow Terry’s next appearance will be his 700th for Chelsea and could come in Sunday’s FA Cup fifth round tie with Manchester City.

get link Terry is out of contract at the end of the season and last month said his deal would not be extended. The club maintain an offer may be forthcoming.

get link A story on Chelsea’s official website read: “John Terry has not travelled due to a minor problem with his hamstring and ligament.”

где находится точка джи у мужчин фото Oscar missed the Newcastle game with a calf problem but has travelled, while United States defender Matt Miazga could make his debut after joining the travelling party.

http://5-group.com/projects/obraztsi-izgotovleniya-pritsepa.html Academy defender Jake Clarke-Salter has also been included after Kurt Zouma (knee) was ruled out for the season.

http://apn-centrsnab.ru/disqus/34-vanna-samara-katalog.html Nemanja Matic is suspended but made the trip to Paris, while Brazil forward Pato has stayed behind.

Meanwhile, Laurent Blanc chastised suspended Serge Aurier for punishing Paris St Germain with the disparaging remarks he made about his head coach and team-mates ahead of the game.

The right-back has apologised after a live question-and-answer session on Periscope came to light in which he insulted Blanc and several PSG players.

Aurier was suspended for the last-16 first leg at Parc des Princes on Sunday and faces further disciplinary action.

PSG told the media Blanc would answer only one question on Aurier at Monday’s pre-match media conference, but the former France boss returned to the subject time and again.

“How did I react? Very badly,” Blanc said.

“This is a democracy, we are free to think what we think, we can have our own opinions.

“(But) that guy, that boy… two years ago I committed myself to make him come to Paris and I think what I saw yesterday that’s all the thank you I got. I think that’s pitiful.

“I won’t say more, because we’re here to talk about the Chelsea game.”

Leave a Reply

Top
Live Scores Powered by Maç Sonuçları
Skip to toolbar