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Hi there, im new to this site and im not sure if this topic was brought up but did anyone see the full page of abuse of John Terry by Dave Kidd of the people newspaper Sunday 3rd April?. I was shocked that a sports journalist could brand some one the devil and involve JT's family in the abuse also. I'd love other peoples view on this. Tanx

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Welcome to the world of gutter press, what kept you!

These people are scum and actually winds me up to know they get paid a hefty wage to write their made-up sh*t!

If the abuse was that bad and untrue, he'll get done for slander (in an ideal world where they get stood up to)

Who reads the People anyway?

Remember Dave Kidd, the man who got caught by two policeman over Hampstead Heath snorting naughty stuff he bought from a rent boy 30 mins previous - what does he want us to take from his articles condemning others!

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Welcome to the world of gutter press, what kept you!

These people are scum and actually winds me up to know they get paid a hefty wage to write their made-up sh*t!

If the abuse was that bad and untrue, he'll get done for slander (in an ideal world where they get stood up to)

Who reads the People anyway?

Remember Dave Kidd, the man who got caught by two policeman over Hampstead Heath snorting naughty stuff he bought from a rent boy 30 mins previous - what does he want us to take from his articles condemning others!

there was no facts in the page just pure slagging of JT and how crap he is and how much everyone hates him..he should have the 666 on his jersey he says!! ha ha...Il include that about Mr Kidds private life when i email him!...he also said JT is no Bobby Moore...the Bobby Moore that was caught after stealing a braclet in mexico years ago!

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He obviously got the strops on Saturday night cause it was quiet on the heath so took it out on anyone in his Sunday press. It will be someone else next week.

troll

One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument

That's all he is, for a so-called journalist there never has been anything from him worth reading. That's why he works for The People.

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He obviously got the strops on Saturday night cause it was quiet on the heath so took it out on anyone in his Sunday press. It will be someone else next week.

That's all he is, for a so-called journalist there never has been anything from him worth reading. That's why he works for The People.

wont be rooney anyway coz his head wont fit the 1 page spread kidd gets he'd need d whole sports section for him!

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i think he did...he just got away with....

Right.. I thought the general imprerssion at the time was that he'd been framed. Obviously a false memory on my part.

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http://www.people.co.uk/sport/2011/04/03/why-john-terry-clubs-people-up-the-wrong-way-102039-23033225/

Embarrassing drivel, stuffed full of cliché, with zero wit or insight. Can't say I've read or even heard of the writer before.

I've googled the headline and found that there is no such expression as 'to club someone up the wrong way'.

EDIT: Just read the comment below the article by a Chelsea fan. Hilariously mindless crap.

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so not guilty then.

But the Sainted Mr Moore did leave his wife for an air stewardess he had an affair with for 2 years or so, something that has seemingly been whitewashed out of history completely. That pathetic attempt at character assassination in the People is the lowest form of journalism, cheap shots at an easy target by a hypocritical waste of breath.

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That article is perhaps the worst I've ever read. Full of inaccuratives, baised like hell and also very poorly written. They must have a very, very low standard at People. Someone like that should not be able to get a job as a journalist.

And then when I see a comment from a Chelsea supporter I look forward to a decent response, but instead there's more crap.

Erase the first line in it and I would think the person was a ManU or Liverpool supporter.

I really can't see it really being a Chelsea supporter. But I guess we have brainless idiots as well.

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That article made me laugh, it was that bad I couldn't even get annoyed by it....I did swing by Twitter and reading some of the inane nonsense he posts on there told me all I need to know about this clown...

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Here's the article, to save people having to click onto that dreadful site:

HE is, beyond all shadow of a doubt, the least popular man to skipper England in any sport.

Captain Caveman, the last of the pitbulls, a man not fit to wear the ­armband, the anti-Bobby Moore.

John Terry hailed from the same London borough as England’s World Cup-winning captain, yet while Moore wore an iconic No.6 shirt, the Chelsea skipper would be better off with 666 printed on his back.

Unless you are a Chelsea fan, he is the devil incarnate.

Despite leading his team to three Premier League titles, Terry commands little respect beyond Stamford Bridge.

And on an international stage he barely registers.

Flailing in the wake of Germany’s bright young things in Bloemfontein last summer, having been stripped of his beloved national captaincy in disgrace for an alleged off-field indiscretion, and with time apparently catching up on his creaking body, it seemed Terry would always be a footballer for the domestic front, never for export.

His one Champions League final had ended in the lowest point of his ­professional career, when he slipped and missed the decisive shoot-out spot-kick in Moscow in 2008.

Redemption

Now anyone can miss a penalty, of course, but Terry’s tears, some time around 1am on that fateful Russian night, did him no favours, smacking of self-pity.

When the chips were down, the big man fell apart, with the much-maligned Avram Grant having to put an arm around his shoulders and pull him ­together.

Yet, suddenly, at 30, Terry has a shot at redemption.

Restored to the England captaincy, with the opportunity to lead a new ­generation of promising talent, Terry finds himself facing ­Manchester United in the Champions League all over again.

This will be a tie to define Chelsea’s bizarre, yet intriguing, season – the Ray Wilkins sacking, the undermining of the reigning Double-winning boss, the Wall Street Crash of all form dips and the £50million Fernando Torres signing.

Now for an all-English fixture which should have Terry’s name stamped all over it. Perhaps even a head-to-head with England’s jilted captain Rio ­Ferdinand.

And, above all for Terry, never a man with a deflated sense of self-worth ... payback time.

Not just a chance to hurl holy water at memories of that tear-soaked, rain-drenched Moscow night but a genuine chance for Terry, and Chelsea, to clutch the holy grail and conquer Europe.

Terry has played for a ­European Cup-winning club – but that was when he went on loan to Nottingham Forest as a ­teenager.

Both captain and club owner Roman Abramovich crave the international credibility of winning the trophy Brian Clough referred to as ‘Old Big Ears’.

You would expect the winners of this tie to overcome an ­admittedly fast-improving Inter Milan in the semi-finals, then face Real ­Madrid or Barcelona in the Wembley final. If fate’s at hand, then Chelsea v Jose Mourinho’s Real somehow seems the final written in the stars.

The fact that Terry’s new defensive partner, David Luiz, will be cup-tied could prove critical. Terry has always needed a pacey, polished, ball-playing centre-back to complement him, from Marcel Desailly to the silk-and-steel Ricardo Carvalho to Luiz.

While nobody can decide who should be Footballer of the Year this season, apparently everyone has already voted for Luiz in next term’s contest.

The Brazilian was immense in the recent league victory over United, from a sublime goal to the hatchet-man antics which ended up earning Alex Ferguson a five-match touchline ban.

Terry may have to get used to playing second fiddle to Luiz but his leadership qualities will be crucial in three hours of football (plus extra-time and penalties?) against ­United.

Fabio Capello should never have sacked him as captain over personal ­allegations, but unless we believe the Italian to be a crackpot, this experienced football man would not have put his neck on the line to restore Terry to the ­captaincy unless he believed the move was ­critical.

Arrogance

When new FA blazer Gareth ­Southgate says this week that “we can’t keep producing the English-style playerâ€, we immediately think of Terry.

And yet a worldly-wise coach like Capello cannot get enough of the ­Chelsea man, whose greatest feats may be still to come.

Personal popularity is always likely to elude him. There is a perceived ­arrogance, a Neanderthal streak and too many off-field scrapes down the years.

Taking money for unofficial training-ground tours and selling on a Wembley executive box are not what you expect from an England captain. And Terry’s mother, father and elder brother have all attracted negative ­headlines.

At Chelsea, there has never been a long-term mentor, no Ferguson or Arsene Wenger, to keep him on the straight and narrow.

He has clearly not been surrounded by the best possible role models.

Many of those who know him best claim Terry is capable of remarkable kindness and understanding. Others say quite the opposite.

But whether you have sympathy for the devil or not, Terry has always been capable of delivering that most ­English of gestures – the two-fingered ­salute.

And he might also point out that true leadership and mass popularity rarely co-exist.

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That article made me laugh, it was that bad I couldn't even get annoyed by it....I did swing by Twitter and reading some of the inane nonsense he posts on there told me all I need to know about this clown...

I wont waste my time checking him out so hes obviously not worth it! clown sums him up!

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It's further proof of the anti-Chelsea agenda there is in the media, it's clear the Manc PR were just trying to deflect the attention away from Rooney's behaviour and what better way to do it than have a dig at Chelsea, public enemy number 1.

The red-top media are frothing at the mouth now that Chelsea have a realistic chance of winning the Champions League, if we were to win it (which is a long shot IMO) I can see a few journalists willing to take that jump into the Thames.

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