James Maddison and John Terry got into a heated Twitter argument following Chelsea’s 4-1 victory against Tottenham.
Maddison, who hobbled off during the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium loss, left a remark on an Instagram photo of Terry applauding the victory for his former team.
The legendary player for Chelsea posted a video of him and his wife Toni dancing at a pub to his nine million Instagram followers.
“When Chelsea beat Spurs 4-1 on a school night and the tequila comes out, and you end up dancing and singing on the bar,” he commented next to the video.
In response, Maddison said, “Jesus, why are you staring away when it was 11 v 11 first 15 JT?”
In response, Terry said, “Madders, don’t worry, mate, you will get used to it.”
Chelsea had a lot of success against their opponents when Terry was leading the team. even teasingly referring to their venue as “Three Point Lane.”
In a dramatic way, Spurs’ perfect start to the season ended on Monday against their rivals.
The Blues did not leave the game with much credit, despite their 4-1 victory.
After Chelsea’s victory against Tottenham, Jason Cundy storms into the talkSPORT studio to make fun of Jamie O’Hara. Spurs had five goals disallowed over the whole game and were reduced to nine men for the final thirty-five minutes. They also lost Maddison and Micky van de Ven to injuries sustained in the first half.
Tottenham star Brennan Johnson returns to Wales squad as Aaron Ramsey missing again
Rob Page has included the Tottenham attacker back into his Wales team for what may be the final international break.
Rob Page has brought Brennan Johnson back into the Wales team for their vital doubleheader of Euro 2024 qualifiers against Turkey and Armenia later this month. The 23-man roster was announced earlier this month. Aaron Ramsey, the injured captain, is still not included, though.
Due to the Cardiff City player’s absence, Ben Davies of Tottenham is expected to assume captaincy once again after doing so for the last two games against Gibraltar and Croatia. Johnson, Johnson’s club teammate, will also be returning to the squad after being left out of the previous one due to a hamstring injury. With our ‘Don’t Take Me Home’ newsletter, you may receive more Wales football news by clicking this link.
Joe Morrell, a midfielder for Portsmouth, has also returned after missing the previous camp because of suspension.Ben Cabango of Swansea City is also back in the mix after being forced to withdraw from the final roster due to a hamstring injury sustained during the Swans’ victory over Norwich City.
There’s also a first senior call-up for Sunderland full-back Niall Huggins. The 22-year-old has previously appeared for the under-21s, racking up four caps since his debut against Albania in 2019, and his solid run of form for the Black Cats has now caught the eye of Page and the senior set-up.
The brief for Wales is quite straightforward, despite a rocky beginning. They will guarantee themselves a spot in the European Championships for a third time if they win both of their remaining Group D games and accumulate six points.
They obviously cannot, however, afford to take anything for granted. The low point of this season and maybe the Page period as a whole was the 4-2 home loss to Armenia back in June, but the 2-0 loss in Turkey was equally detrimental to aspirations of qualifying.
Page managed a stunning victory over Croatia in Cardiff the previous game, which went a long way toward allaying criticism. However, he will be aware that his team’s valiant efforts against the 2018 World Cup winners would mean nothing if they are unable to win later this month.
Wales’ most recent camp begins on November 18 when they go to Yerevan to play Armenia. Three days later, they return to Cardiff to play the Turks at Cardiff City Stadium.
Wayne Hennessey (Nottingham Forest), Danny Ward (Leicester City), Tom King (Wolverhampton Wanderers); Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur), Joe Rodon (Leeds United- On loan from Tottenham Hotspur), Tom Lockyer (Luton Town), Chris Mepham (AFC Bournemouth), Ben Cabango (Swansea City), Neco Williams (Nottingham Forest), Connor Roberts (Burnley), Niall Huggins (Sunderland); Ethan Ampadu (Leeds United), Josh Sheehan (Bolton Wanderers), Jordan James (Birmingham City), Joe Morrell (Portsmouth), Harry Wilson (Fulham), David Brooks (AFC Bournemouth), Dan James (Leeds United); Nathan Broadhead (Ipswich Town), Liam Cullen (Swansea City), Brennan Johnson (Tottenham Hotspur) Kieffer Moore (AFC Bournemouth), Tom Bradshaw (Millwall).