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You lot should know the score by now. If you don’t then it causes virtually no problem as we’re going to tell you what the score is anyway.
Here’s your daily news round-up, complete with a video report and a comments box for all your thoughts and opinions. Yes, it’s as simple as it sounds. Enjoy.
Terry interest growing
The future of John Terry at Stamford Bridge is far from certain at the moment, so it might not come as too much of a shock that he’s being monitored by clubs around the world.
Reports claim that specifically the former England captain has offers from several Chinese teams, while Turkish giants Fenerbahce are also interested.
Terry’s contract with Chelsea is up at the end of this season, which means he would be available on a free transfer if he decides that he would like to finish his distinguished career elsewhere.
FC Porto misery
Meanwhile, the misery continues for the Blues as they fell 2-1 in Portugal last night at the hands of FC Porto.
There were a number of poor performances showcased by Chelsea at the Dragao, and Mourinho has edged one step closer to an awkward conversation with Roman Abramovich.
He’ll now have the chance to get his side back on track when they take on Southampton this weekend though Ronald Koeman’s men don’t represent any easy adversary.
Mourinho's big decision
Rounding us off nicely, Mourinho has claimed he doesn’t feel any regret at having left Radamel Falcao and Loic Remy behind in England.
The duo weren’t even selected for the bench prior to the Blues’ clash with Porto, and, aside from Diego Costa, Mourinho had no notable strikers to pick from.
However, the Special One denied speculation that it was a punishment, describing it merely as a ‘decision’.