May 12th, 2010

John Terry Injures Foot During Training Today

Image via Chelsea FC

Last night, John Terry and his wife Toni were out at a Chelsea Tickets For Troops dinner. This morning, he injured his foot in training. Chelsea reps have said that John is able to walk with a protective boot and will be getting the results of a scan tomorrow.

Not that we need to call attention to the minor event happening in a few weeks called the World Cup. Nopey nope nope, we don’t need to draw attention to that or the amount of injuries to players that have happened recently. Why? Because we’re too busy blasting Rescue Remedy down our throats at the speed of light and consulting to see what the future holds, that’s why.

Side note: The mercury retrograde is totally to blame for this ish.

Get well soon JT!

Update: contrary to fact-check fail/dramatic reports, JT has NOT broken his foot. It now appears that the injury isn’t serious enough to keep him out of the squad. Thank Iker for that.

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11 Responses to “John Terry Injures Foot During Training Today”

  1. JaneSpotting says:

    Quel boyish grin…oh I want to help him recouperate :-)

  2. ammo says:

    Come on ladies what ever he's ment to have done you don't wish an injury on anybody, and anyway Bridge needs to take a good luck at himself their are other players injured like Beckham and they'd love to go, ok getting of my soap box, thanxs for the picture of Kewell too :)

  3. Nats says:

    This is absolutely awful news and I hope its not as bad as feared.

    Regardless of what you think of the man as a person he is is still a top class defender and England NEED him in the WC.
    It actually makes me sick that some people are ENJOYING this news.

    With Rio and King major injury doubts, Carra not having played an international game for 3yrs, Dawson not capped AT ALL. how can any genuine “England Fans” say this is GOOD news!?! How can they say this is GOOD for the teams chances!?!?

    • Lily says:

      Totally agree. I do not approve his love life, but he better to be fit for WC

    • Maria says:

      I agree too, all England fans should be praying that the news isn’t as bad as first thought. At the same time I’m trying hard not to get my hopes up! The England curse has struck again :-(

  4. Jessi says:

    is it bad that my first thought was "thank god it wasn't rooney!" and the 2nd is "karma is a b####!" even if it isn't broken it's entirely possible playing on it could cause a stress fracture or something if it's hurt. hope bridge has been keeping up on his training!

    • Ella says:

      My first thought was "sweet old Karma!" and my 2nd thought was wondering what wayne bridge's first thought was! LOL! Either way, it doesn't sound like the injury is bad enough to keep him out anyway…..

  5. FTC says:

    The latest news it that the injury is not as bad as first thought and he may feature on Saturday.

    • MrsNesta says:

      Yeh heard that scan showed foot not broken and hopes to play on Saturday :)

  6. Erin says:

    Bad news. I don't like to see any player out of the World Cup through injury. Can't imagine how disappointing that must be.

  7. Sharpey Shuffle says:

    this is fabio capello speaking . wayne bridge , please get in touch .