Terry to learn England fate today

Terry to learn England fate today

London : United Kingdom | Feb 05, 2010 at 6:00 AM PST
Source: Star Phoenix
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Leaders Chelsea host third-place Arsenal on Sunday in the weekend's big game in the Premier League, but the big talking point is the controversy that has engulfed Chelsea defender John Terry. The Blues skipper, who is married with three children, has been having an affair. FULL ARTICLE AT Star Phoenix
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