John Terry: Chelsea captain 'could not care less' over substitution controversy

Chelsea are aiming to win the FA Cup on Saturday after they won both the EFL Cup and Premier League in the 2014-15 season. "We are in the middle of it on the day of the game and the day before the game", Wenger said.

Arsenal said on their official website: "We have reluctantly made the decision to cancel the screening of the Emirates FA Cup final on Saturday, May 27 at Emirates Stadium".

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have congratulated Super Eagles attacker, Victor Moses, for his role in English Premier League triumph with Chelsea last Sunday.

Concern has been expressed after a bookmaker paid out thousands of pounds to three punters who wagered on the specific time of Chelsea captain John Terry's first-half substitution against Sunderland at 100-1.

Newly crowned Premier League champions Chelsea planned to hold a parade this weekend to celebrate their title, but have decided today to cancel the event due to fears about security following the bombing of Manchester Arena on Monday.

"As a club, with the way the season's panned out, it's not a [league] position we want to be in at all", Welbeck told Arsenal Player.

"We are sorry for any disappointment this causes but it is in everyone's best interests", said Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis in a statement.

"When I went out to play against Watford last week, the smell of the grass where it had rained and it was a little bit zippy - all of those things you take for granted over the years". No one - whatever you write, or what someone says, or someone's opinion - can ever get in the way of that.

Terry came off in the 26th minute - his shirt number - as his teammates formed a guard of honour for the 36-year-old defender, who left the pitch to a standing ovation. "Whether that be retirement, playing, going into management - I'm halfway through my B-Licence - this or that". I owe this to this team and to this club.

  • Julie Sanders