John Terry injury adds to Chelsea’s woes

A facial injury to England captain John Terry has added more misery to what has been a turbulent couple of weeks for Chelsea Football Club.

Umbro X Boot Destroyer football boot wearer Terry sustained a depressed fracture of his right cheekbone following an aerial challenge with Fulham’s Clint Dempsey in the 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

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Terry showed his renowned battling qualities to carry on playing until half time, for a goal shy Chelsea team who have amazingly failed to score in the Premiership throughout the whole of September. Indeed, former AC Milan goal machine Andrei Shevchenko has appeared a shadow of his former self, with his Reebok Sprintfit’s again failing to help him hit the target.

Initial worries that England hard man JT could miss the Three Lions crucial Euro qualifiers against Estonia and Russia seem to have receded, with news coming out of the Chelsea training camp this morning that a successful operation coupled with his impressive healing powers may give him an outside chance of playing in the Blues Champions League game against Valencia on Wednesday.

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