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CHELSEA, Blues fear JT’s out for the season

12.11.2012 10.50 by TM W  read 3168
Source: The Sun
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Chelsea fear John Terry’s season is over after he suffered an horrific-looking knee injury yesterday.

The Blues skipper, 31, was carried off in agony following a first-half collision with Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

Terry’s knee bent backward grotesquely under the weight of the clash and it is feared he has serious ligament damage.

Centre-half Terry, who had headed Blues in front, screamed in agony before being carried off and he will undergo an MRI scan today.

He left Stamford Bridge on crutches with his right knee in a brace last night.

Anxious Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo said: “Obviously we are worried about John and we hope it’s not serious.  It’s always a concern when a player reacts like that. He’s in pain right now and will go to hospital in the morning. We won’t know the full extent of the damage until we have the results of the scan but we hope it’s not long-term.”

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