Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Chelsea skipper John Terry looking forward to seeing youngsters in League Cup action

Chelsea skipper John Terry has urged the youngsters onLeague Cup duty to grab the opportunity and increase the competition for first team places.

The Blues face Newcastle United on Wednesday night in the third round tie and manager Carlo Ancelotti has promised changes. The Italian's decision should see Patrick van Aanholt, Jeffrey Bruma, Daniel Sturridge and Gael Kakuta introduced to the fray.

Terry is sure the mix of young and old players could bolster the club's bid for silverware in all competitions.

"We have a great squad of players mixed with some very good young players who are making their mark on the team," Terry was quoted as saying by skysports.com.

"These opportunities are not only great for them but also for our youth system and credit goes to everyone working hard in the academy.

"The manager has spoken about the importance of strength in our squad this season and competition for places is always a good thing."


  1. This is a very smart ploy for them. It's too bad nobody cares in the US. Such an awesome sport.

  2. yea good thing 2 , keep the youngsters not getting fat and stuff