Govt to replace warning pic on cigarette packs

Amid a raging controversy over the alleged use of English footballer John Terry`s blurred picture as pictorial warnings on cigarette packets leading to threats of legal action by him, the Government has decided to soon replace the image.

Terry happy to wait for Chelsea FC top job

John Terry expects Andre Villas-Boas to make him wait for some time before he achieves his dream of becoming Chelsea boss.

Rio replaced Terry despite his own secret fling

Rio Ferdinand might have stepped into the shoes of scandal-hit John Terry and accepted the captaincy but now the High Court is hearing about a secret affair of his own.

John Terry returns as "older and wiser" England captain

Returning England captain John Terry said on Tuesday he was older and wiser than when he was stripped of the role last year but acknowledged he was not "everybody`s cup of tea".

Capello reinstates Terry as England captain

England manager Fabio Capello reinstated John Terry as his captain, saying the defender had been punished enough for newspaper stories about his private life that cost him the armband a year ago.

Capello poised to reinstate Terry as England captain

England manager Fabio Capello seems set to reinstate John Terry as England captain, having stripped the Chelsea central defender of the position last year following newspaper stories about his private life.

Chelsea captain Terry looking for springboard at Arsenal

Terry is aiming for a victory over Arsenal to revive his side`s faltering Premier League title challenge.

Terry fears injury will sideline him for months

Chelsea skipper John Terry fears that he may be sidelined for months due to a nerve problem in his right leg.

Rooney`s decision to stay massive boost to Man U`s title chances: Terry

Chelsea defender John Terry believes that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney`s decision to stay back would be a massive boost to the club.

Terry apologises after Capello criticism

John Terry has apologised for suggesting there was player unrest in England`s World Cup squad.

Capello crushes England team rebellion

John Terry ended up in danger of being left alone as Fabio Capello reasserted total control over the England team.

Capello’s tactics will make the difference: Terry

Former skipper and star England player, John Terry, has said that coach Fabio Capello’s tactics will be the difference for the team during their 2010 World Cup campaign.

Terry happy with Capello`s defensive experiments

England`s John Terry said he was happy with Fabio Capello`s late experiments in defence as the manager sought a solution to the absence of injured captain Rio Ferdinand.

Terry shrugs off injury fears, to play in Saturday`s FA Cup final

Chelsea skipper John Terry, hurt his right foot tackling Daniel Sturridge in training, but is hoping to play in Saturday`s FA Cup final after giving England manager Fabio Capello a World Cup scare.

Father of Chelsea`s Terry admits drug offence

The father of England and Chelsea defender John Terry pleaded guilty on Thursday to a charge of supplying cocaine.

Cracks appearing in England`s Terry-Ferdinand rock

John Terry and Rio Ferdinand may have developed a solid England partnership in recent years but doubts are starting to be raised about the two central defenders ahead of the World Cup.

Terry reveals crisis talks fired Chelsea`s title charge

John Terry has revealed Chelsea`s stars held crisis talks with the club`s management in a successful bid to get their Premier League title challenge back on track.

Terry risks UEFA punishment after slating referees

Chelsea captain John Terry has criticised the standard of UEFA`s elite referees following his side`s elimination from the Champions League by Inter Milan last week.

John Terry`s car in collision with security official: Chelsea

Chelsea have confirmed that captain John Terry was involved in an accident outside Stamford Bridge on Tuesday which resulted in a club security officer suffering a leg injury.

Rooney urges England fans not to boo Terry

Ace striker Wayne Rooney has urged England fans not to boo former captain John Terry at Wembley tomorrow.