Chelsea star Eden Hazard almost went through an entire Premier League campaign without finding the back of the net, as the club endured a difficult 2015-16 campaign.
However, he did not take long to open his account for the 2016-17 season, as he scored from the penalty spot with aplomb in the opening game against West Ham. Even though he did not score from open play, Hazard was at his imperious best with his dazzling runs that made him a nightmare for the opposition. He created numerous openings for his teammates while also try his luck from long range.
After much talk about an impending exit for Chelsea legend John Terry in the summer, the club decided to extend his stay by offering him a one-year extension at the last moment.
Club legend Ken Shellito, though, believes that it was a wrong decision since Terry does not deserve a new contract at this age.Shellito is one of the oldest Chelsea players still actively following the club. He represented the blues in the 1960s as a defender and he went on to make more than 100 appearances for the club. Back then, Chelsea were not as successful as they are now.
Former England defender John Terry said that he could not sleep after England was eliminated from the Euros.
He said that the defeat was a humiliating one, and he could not forget it. He said that he was so disappointed with the elimination that he could not sleep that night and instead went to the gym.
He posted a picture on Instagram where he was in the gym. He said that he was disappointed for the England players and that the elimination also affected him.
This recently concluded season of the Premier League has been one of the most disastrous one for Chelsea as they had to settle with the 10th spot of the English League which wasn’t enough for them to compete in any European competition for the next season.
The 2015-16 Premier League season has seen Jose Mourinho being sacked and replaced by GuusHiddink. This is just evidence of how disappointing the season of Chelsea has been as they had to make a managerial change in order to rescue the club and there was a point in time when the Premier League club was at risk of being sacked.
Despite this extremely disappointing campaign of Chelsea, John Terry remains happy as he is joyful to see Tottenham Hotspur not being able to lift the Premier League title.
Chelsea skipper has backed his former boss to succeed at Manchester United.
The England International who has played under the Portuguese tactician across two spells when he was at the helms of affairs at Chelsea tipped the coach to achieve greater success at the club.
John Terry made his debut for Chelsea back in October 1998.
He remains the last Chelsea player to have made a major impact in the first team after having come through the ranks. However, he is out of contract at the end of the campaign and he may have just played his last game for the club. Terry was given a red card in the 3-2 defeat against Sunderland on Saturday. This rules him out of the next two games since this is his second sending-off of the campaign. Chelsea only have two games remaining before the complete a disastrous campaign.
Frank Lampard says that John Terry is now being forced to take the tough decisions that will decide his future for the next few years.
Terry is out of contract at the end of the campaign and Chelsea have decided not to give him a new contract. The 35-year-old has been the face of the club for more than a decade. One of the last top players to come from the youth academy, which has been criticised for not producing enough young players, Terry is linked with a move to MLS club. There are also suggestions that he could retire from the game.
Frank Lampard has urged Chelsea to give a new contract to defender and captain John Terry.
The former England captain is out of contract at the end of the campaign. Terry recently revealed that the club have informed him that there will be no extension. This decision has received a lot of anger and criticism from Chelsea supporters, who feel that Terry is an indispensable part of the team. The club, though, see him as a 35-year-old who may not offer the club much in the coming years. Lampard, though, feels otherwise since Terry has such a command of the dressing room.
Guus Hiddink has salvaged Chelsea from dropping into the dreadful relegation zone and even though things have been going significantly better for the Premier League club, the Dutch coach has confirmed not only that he will be leaving Chelsea at the end of the season but also that he is retiring when his time in Stamford Bridge reaches it’s completion in only a few months.
Oscar and Obi Mikel have voiced their desire in seeing Guus Hiddink maintaining his managerial position in Chelsea for an extended period of time but unfortunately for them it just won’t be happening as the Dutch manager has other things in mind and he confirmed his decision to retire during his latest press conference.
Guus Hiddink remains confident that Chelsea will be able to cope without the presence of defender John Terry at the back.
The Chelsea captain recently suffered an injury that has made him a major doubt for the game against Paris St Germain in the Champions League. This game is of massive importance to the club especially given that this represents the best opportunity of qualifying for the next season’s competition.
The blues are struggling in the 12th place owing to poor form since the start of the campaign. Terry, whose future at Chelsea hangs in the balance, recently suffered an injury in the 5-1 win against Newcastle United.