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John Terry Says He Doesn't Care About Criticism Of His Chelsea Send-Off

He told reporters: "This is the danger; honestly, the real danger is to think that the season is finished and if you win or lose it doesn't change the season". While he said that a few days before Chelsea's final Premier League match of the season, the five times Premier League victor seemed to have changed his mind during Chelsea's trophy presentation ceremony.



Peter Bosz: ''We have to learn to play and win finals''

For Mourinho and many other managers, the value of the much-derided Europa League has increased massively following UEFA's decision to award a UEFA Champions League qualifying place to the victor at the start of the 2015-16 season. Rooney was also omitted from Gareth Southgate s England squad announced in March, although he was carrying a knee injury at the time. The striker, though, did play his part.


Mata praises ruthless Mourinho as finals streak continues

Mata praises ruthless Mourinho as finals streak continues

Ajax have a hooligan element, known as the F-Side, but they took defeat with good grace. But win or lose, with the identities of those who lost their lives on Monday continuing to be released, now would not have been the time to critique the team's performance.



Si Woo Kim never falters, becomes youngest Players champion

Kim Si-woo finished on a total of 10-under par after completing his final round with a bogey-free 3-under-par 69, which put an insurmountable distance between him and his closest rivals Poulter and South Africa's Lous Oosthuizen, reports Efe.



Button's F1 return gets off to a mixed start at Monaco GP

How I got into this, my father was a big influence in motorsports because he was a national champion with truck and tractor pulling, so having the American Dairy Association come out here and a lot of people from the farming world , it feels a little closer to home.


Don't blame me for Arsenal missing top 4 spot-Wenger

Don't blame me for Arsenal missing top 4 spot-Wenger

RTÉ Soccer analyst Eamon Dunphy believes that Arsenal's transfer and recruiting policy is to blame for them finishing outside of the top four this year, rather than manager Arsene Wenger . Goals by Hector Bellerin, Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey sealed victory for Arsenal on Sunday but they now have a defensive headache for next week's Wembley final against Chelsea .