John Terry: I Hope I Don't Play for Chelsea Again This Season
Jan 31 2017 by Desiree Burns
We can't influence Chelsea's other games.
Liverpool, who are winless in their last four at home (0-1-3) in all competitions, have not dropped four straight at Anfield since losing to Aston Villa, Sheffield United, Cardiff City and Newcastle United from November 24-Dec.
But even before they started buying titles with wealth effectively stolen from the Russian people, this was a club with an unenviable reputation, thanks to National Front links via a hooligan element on The Shed.
Chelsea has a full bill of health, with all of their first team players available for selection.
"You know the club is very ambitious, the players and the manager all are focused", the Brazil global said.
Liverpool will be looking to do the double over Chelsea for the first Premier League season since 2011/12.
Last week brought two cup exits in four days, a League Cup semi-final loss to Southampton followed by embarrassment at the hands of second-tier Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup fourth round.
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"To score a goal is always important for a player, above all a forward".
One former Reds midfielder, Didi Hamman has heavily criticised manager Jurgen Klopp as the honeymoon period is over and Klopp has to start delivering upon much promise and hype after their season appears to have crumbled in a turbulent month at the club.
The 36-year-old has been a key player under no less than ten different managers over the course of his 19-year career at Stamford Bridge, but it seems the 11th has proved otherwise.
Hazard, alongside Costa, has been vitally significant for Chelsea's strong and consistent showing in the Premier League.
"Don't get Klopp playing his reserves with no European football", said Lineker via Twitter. You get stuck in a rut, wondering where the next big win is coming from, but this team have shown they have the talent to beat the best in the Premier League.
The Reds are clearly struggling and this is a make or break game for Jurgen Klopp this campaign in terms of title aspirations. Don't expect to see them in the Blues' squad at Anfield.
While Terry certainly doesn't fit that description given his lucrative earnings over a two-decade spell at Chelsea, he's widely thought to be interested in taking up a coaching role once he says goodbye to the game. Blues to shade this one.