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FORMER Arsenal striker Ian Wright has accused Arsene Wenger of failing to truthfully address the club's current plight and believes any other manager would have been sacked for going so long without success.

Wright says Wenger "does not tell the truth" when assessing his team's performances and also branded supporters of the 63-year-old "deluded" for standing by him throughout the club's barren spell.

The result of the Champions League match between Juventus and Chelsea last Tuesday has remained very dismal to fans and supporters of Chelsea football club, England. The Italian team bashed the English Premiership League top club three goals to nothing in their return leg match played at the Juventus Stadium, Turin last night. The result left virtually all Chelsea fans frustrated while many had sleepless night pondering over the poor performance and the loss of hope of the chances of their darling team making it to the knockout stage of Group E. The first leg ended two goals on either side.


The ex-AFC president has had his request to have his ban from football overturned thrown out by the Court of Arbitration for Sport as Fifa continue to investigate him

Former Fifa presidential candidate Mohammed Bin Hammam has seen his appeal from football upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

The Argentina international insists he does not have too much influence at Camp Nou, and has spoken of his respect for Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe

Lionel Messi has laughed off suggestions that his Barcelona team-mates think he is too dominant on and off the pitch.

The 25-year-old has become embroiled in heated debates with Cristian Tello, Isaac Cuenca and David Villa over the past two seasons, but Messi has stressed there are no problems between him and the rest of the dressing room.

Frank Lampard is expected to learn on Thursday whether he will be fit to feature in Chelsea's Premier League clash with Manchester United on Sunday.

Lampard, 34, lasted just 18 minutes of his team's 2-1 Champions League defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday before suffering a calf injury.

The England midfielder will undergo a scan which will determine whether he faces United at Stamford Bridge.

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