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DavidEU

John Terry

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6 hours ago, CHOULO19 said:

No offence but the FA can fuck right off after the disgraceful manner they treated him more than once. 

If he returned it won't be thanks to the FA, it will be because Big Sam sweet talked him, if this happens this will be Sam's doing and only his.

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Charlie Adam: "I still think John Terry is the best CB in England. Age isn’t an issue, he looks after himself tremendously well.“ [Sky]

Charlie Adam: "John Terry and Sam Allardyce have obviously had a chat and he is willing to come and try it out I think.“ [Sky]

Charlie Adam: "Antonio Conte has come out and said he wouldn’t stand in John Terry’s way either. It would be right to bring him back.“ [Sky]

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56 minutes ago, Fulham Broadway said:

This means mentalist Luiz will either win us or cost us the game v The Murderers

I would be much more worried about Cahill. Him and Ivanovic are the liabilities in that backline. I don't want to imagine Cahill moon walking all the way to Courtois' face when Mane or Sturridge are running at him.

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