” 1 John Terry and Gary Cahill in Chelsea training Guys Hiddink has confirmed that Chelsea central defensive duo John Terry and Gary Cahill will return for the clash with London rivals Tottenham on Monday. Terry, who is out of contract at Chelsea this summer, has been sidelined since the 2-2 draw with West Ham in March with achilles and hamstring problems, while Cahill was missing from the squad that won at Bournemouth last weekend.
Hiddink remains unsure as to whether Terry will be able to complete 90 minutes on Monday but insisted the club captain is part of his plans for the visit of Mauricio Pochettino’s side. “It’s good to have them [Terry and Cahill] back because they have experience,” said Hiddink. “John may not be able to play the 90 minutes, we will see.” ” ” Everton and Liverpool fans have joined in solidarity after the vandalised tower which features on the Toffees’ crest was cleaned. Prince Rupert’s Tower, a 232-year-old lock-up, was targeted with graffiti following the Reds’ Champions League triumph over Tottenham.
Twitter @grandoldteam 2 Prince Rupert’s Tower was vandalised in the wake of Liverpool’s Champions League success The number ‘six’ was painted on the ancient structure, located on Everton Brow, in an apparent reference to Liverpool’s sixth European Cup success.http://www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ Amid dismay from Evertonians, a group of Reds supporters set out to clean the tower themselves. /**/ /**/ Fans go wild as Liverpool celebrate their Champions League victory with bus parade However, when they arrived, the paint had already been removed.
The Guide Liverpool tweeted: “Respect to @chrisgfarley and all of the other #LFC fans who have been down to the Prince Rupert’s Tower to clean the graffiti left over the weekend. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gossip Man United news live: Dutch ace wanted as new right-back, West Ham star on radar gossip Liverpool news live: Salah ‘rejects ?150million exit’, Ajax set Ziyech price latest Man United target Dutch defender, Spurs to sell Rose and sign Sessegnon review Women’s World Cup: Netherlands breeze past Cameroon, Canada beat hapless New Zealand gesture Amazing reason Marta pointed to her boots after scoring opener for Brazil royal return AC Milan appoint club legends Boban and Maldini in new roles at the club ‘i was fed up’ The reason why Chelsea midfielder Jorginho nearly quit football latest Arsenal transfer news live: Top target ‘not for sale’, Ziyech to cost just ?30m “When Chris arrived it had already been removed and other fans were there to sort it too.” The Grade II-listed building, which dates back to 1787, was originally a lock-up where local drunks and criminals were taken by parish constables. @theguidelpool on twitter 2 The ancient tower has been cleaned of the graffiti left over the weekend A depiction of the famous structure has featured on Everton’s crest since 1938.
It is deeply interwoven in the club’s history and, in 2003, a plaque was added to the building stating the importance of its sporting association. In 1997, Everton gave ?15,000 to help renovate the structure and, in 2014, it was permanently illuminated blue. LIVE ON talkSPORT talkSPORT is your home of live football!
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