John Terry Admits Missing Mikel in England

first_imgFormer Chelsea Captain, John Terry, has admitted missing Super Eagles’ Captain and former teammate, John Mikel Obi.The Aston Villa captain, who played alongside the Nigerian at Stamford Bridge for 11 seasons where the pair won the Champions League, Premier League, among other titles, took to the social media to reveal how much he misses playing with Mikel. Mikel, who is on holiday with his family as the Chinese League is on break, posted a picture of his two daughters and wrote: “My love bugs.”In his reaction, the former England captain wrote beneath the post: “Looking well old boy@mikel_john_obi, missing ya mate. Send my love to the family (sic).”John Terry is currently recovering from injury and will wish to still file out one more time with the Nigerian skipper, but Mikel has however ruled out a return to England any time soon.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Liverpool Wins, Spurs Consolidates with Man Utd Victory

first_imgEPL FINAL FOUR RACE Liverpool is on the brink of qualifying for the Champions League after Philippe Coutinho inspired a 4-0 rout of West Ham, while Tottenham said a fitting farewell to White Hart Lane with a 2-1 win over Manchester United yesterday.In contrast to Liverpool’s jubilation and Tottenham’s celebratory send-off, there was only misery for Hull as the team stands relegated after a 4-0 thrashing at Crystal Palace.It was a day of high emotion as the Premier League’s remaining issues at the top and bottom were played out in dramatic fashion.At the London Stadium, Liverpool took the lead when Coutinho’s sublime pass was converted by Daniel Sturridge early in the first half.Coutinho stole the spotlight again in the second half with a superb solo strike and a cool finish to put Jurgen Klopp’s side three goals ahead before Divock Origi netted to cap the Reds’ swaggering display.Liverpool moved back one point above Manchester City into third place. Although City and fifth placed Arsenal both have a game in hand, Klopp’s men will be guaranteed a Champions League berth if they beat relegated Middlesbrough at Anfield next Sunday.In the unlikely event Arsenal lose at home to relegated Sunderland on Tuesday then Liverpool will clinch a top four spot without playing.“At the end it was amazing but the start was not that good,” Klopp said.“After that we controlled the game and took our chances. We scored some really nice goals.”Playing their last game at White Hart Lane after 118 years, second placed Tottenham responded to the end of their title dreams by stylishly bringing down the curtain on 118 years at the famous north London stadium.Chelsea was crowned champions after the Blues win at West Bromwich Albion on Friday, but Tottenham had the ideal occasion to forget that frustration as they prepare to temporarily play at Wembley while the Lane is demolished to make way for a new arena.With numerous Tottenham legends watching from the stands, Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama put the hosts ahead in the sixth minute.Harry Kane doubled Tottenham’s lead in the 48th minute with his 28th goal of the season.United’s Wayne Rooney who had the distinction of scoring the last goal at the Lane with a close-range finish in the 71st minute.“It was a perfect performance and I am happy for the victory for our fans. It was a fantastic victory which the fans deserved,” Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said.With the Europa League final against Ajax looming, United manager Jose Mourinho was relieved to avoid any more fitness problems.“I’m happy. We got no injuries. At the moment, the Premier League matches are the ones we don’t want to play,” he said.Down in south London, Hull knew only a victory would give them a realistic chance of staying up, but goals from Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke, Luka Milivojevic and Patrick van Aanholt consigned them to the drop.Third-bottom Hull, winners just once in their last six matches, return to the Championship 12 months after their promotion via the play-offs.They paid the price for a chaotic campaign marred by poor signings and boardroom turmoil.Marco Silva was unable to save them despite improved performances following his January appointment and he said: “You need to prepare better. The most important thing is for the club to understand what they did in a bad way.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more