John Terry Joins List of Injured Sportsmen
Last week was quite a week for sporting injuries: First it was Bradley Wiggins, followed by head GB cycling coach Shane Sutton and now John Terry has joined the list of injured sportsmen.
John Terry, who has only just returned after a 4 match ban, sustained an, as yet unknown, injury to his knee when striker Luis Suraez slipped and collided with him during Sunday's match at Stamford Bridge.
High profile sportsmen and athletes, like John Terry and Bradley Wiggins, understand there is always going to be a degree of risk when taking part in their chosen sporting activities and, particularly, in the case of John Terry it would appear that his injury was just an unfortunate accident but, no doubt, that doesn't make it any easier to deal with when it happens. Especially, if it means they're going to be out of action or, in extreme circumstances, are unable to continue competing.
News relating to the seriousness of John Terry's injury and whether it will affect his playing career is expected later today, after he receives the results of an MRI scan.