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John Terry could be playing alongside his harshest critic

Unwanted Martin Demichelis heading to Stamford Bridge?

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The Three Lions‘ craptastic showing at World Cup 2010 rightly drew a lot of criticism – even from their peers – with tournament players jostling for position to stick a boot into their English opponents. Front of the queue? Martin Demichelis.

After seeing John Terry’s nightmare turn against Germany, the Argentinean defender/midfielder quipped:

Seeing the way Terry played against Germany, if I was Terry I wouldn’t be able to go back to my country.

Meeow. Martin’s comments were made all the more funny by the fact he ended up putting in an equally shitty shift against the Germans in the very next game. Things haven’t looked particularly rosy for the 29-year-old since, and his place at Bayern Munich has gone from football pitch to back door via the bench.

Betfair Football report his agent, Jorge Cyterszpiler, is claiming Chelsea are ready to step in and rescue the wantaway Argentine, potentially leading to a rather awkward first day at JT’s Fortress of Solitude in Cobham:

We spoke with Juventus, but they are not the only club interested. There are at least four clubs in for the player. As well as the Bianconeri, there are also Barcelona, Chelsea and Sevilla.

Should the deal go through, Demichelis might want to stock up on pants before flying over.


3 responses so far
  • rob // August 25, 2010 at 10:58 am

    This guy is one one of the worst players I have ever seen in my life, dont know why Maradonna played him, oh yes Maradonna knows nothing about defending.

  • rmc // August 25, 2010 at 11:29 am

    spot on about Terry though, he was embarrasing against germany, trying to the ‘the big i am’ and score when he should of been stopping goals at the other end

  • TangoAlphaLima // August 25, 2010 at 3:24 pm

    Chelsea won’t have him, Demichelis is terrible. I think this is just a bit of puffery by his agent. Demichelis won’t end up at a good club, just one foolish enough to think he’ll help them. Probably a lesser Italian or Spanish club, someone that doesn’t realize the soft brand of defense that is Demichelis’ trademark.

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