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Chelsea drop points and then lay into each other: reports “Carlo Ancelotti played down a spat between John Terry and Didier Drogba, two of his senior players at Chelsea, as the defending champions lost further ground in the Premier League title race after a thrilling 3-3 home draw with Aston Villa. Chelsea had rallied from 2-1 down to lead 3-2, courtesy of Terry’s last-minute goal, only to switch off in injury-time and allow Ciaran Clark to claim a dramatic but deserved equaliser for the visitors. Drogba argued with Terry as they left the field, with Chelsea struggling to comprehend how they could have conceded such a soft goal. Marc Albrighton, the Villa substitute, was given time to cross and Clark stole in between Terry and Ashley Cole to glance home.

thats the only thing i could find on related news to the incident hopefully they pick it up and get ready for wolves comon chelsea!!

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It was nothing.

Drogba was just upset about throwing the lead away, he was just airing his frustrations.

thought so...was reading the local paper and they made it sound like they wanted to murder each other

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Is nothing to worry is totaly normal, Drogba was upset and I´m sure Terry to... Because it was to easy and someone got Sleep.

Some times is good to say the things.... And let it go... Drogba and Terry are to old to star stupid fights like Toure and Adebayor....

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