Chelsea captain John Terry has reportedly said that he will not be ruling himself out of selection for the Euro 2012, which will take place in the summer in Poland and Ukraine.

John Terry has been recently removed from the captaincy for the second time, which has prompted suggestions that he would finally consider retiring from the international scene.


Chelsea captain John Terry has praised his team-mates for their bravery, given the way they have made goal-line clearances in the last few matches.

Goal-line clearances have ensured that Chelsea remain in the hunt for the fourth position, which will ensure Champions League qualification for the next season. Given that the opportunity to win the title seems to have vanished after a poor start to the season, Andre Villas-Boas will be hoping that Chelsea can qualify for the Champions League before starting the rebuilding process.


In the swirling midsts of another scandal, at least John Terry can count on the support of his manager at Chelsea Football Club. Whilst many in the press (and certainly on the internet) are willing to castigate JT for his use of a racist slur, AVB insists that Terry is not letting it affect him, and believes to the very end that there has been a misunderstanding.

John Terry has always maintained that the words he is captured screaming on videos across the net were taken out of context - it misses off the first bit where he screamed that he would never say those words.


Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard insists captain John Terry should not take any flak for his red card against Tottenham.

The defender has been heavily criticised for his dismissal in the defeat at White Hart Lane and manager Carlo Ancelotti admitted his skipper may have 'lost control'. The centre-back's performance against Tottenham added to questions about the quality of his displays, while he was stripped of his country's captaincy in the wake of the Wayne Bridge saga earlier in the campaign.