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John Terry's missing his Chelsea pals

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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Friday, 14 December 2012

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image description   Would you like some Moura orange juice?

Hotly-tipped Brazilian youngster Lucas Moura has played his last game for Sao Paulo. He said a teary final farewell to the club in a press conference before his move to PSG.

It was all looking a little sombre until his teammates introduced some fun into proceedings.
image description   Ash the waiter

It’s been reported that Rafa Benitez held a ten-pin bowling game the night before their opening World Club Cup match against Monterrey – with the loser having to waiter for the team.

See if Ashley Cole felt the effects of waiting in this morning’s game. All the highlights are on the BBC Sport website.
image description   But back at Cobham…

John Terry has been training all alone. He’s posted plenty of pictures of his day at the training complex with the Chelsea trainers and physios.

Including how he cheered on the boys in Japan.
image description   A strange tribute

Saudi Arabia’s one goal proved enough to overcome Yemen in the West Asian Federation Championship. Goalscorer Abdullah Otayf revealed a t-shirt tribute which we weren’t expecting.

Yes, that’s Sergio Busquets on his t-shirt.
image description   Sammy’s big clear-up

Now he’s reached twenty it seems that Sammy Ameobi has finally realised that you’ve got to keep your room tidy.

He didn’t look too happy after a marathon cleaning session earlier.
image description   Who should Arsene go for in the January sales?

He’s been told he can spend. But who should he go for? Dan on Twitter says: “Given, Dawson, Shawcross, M’Villa, Erikksen, Llorente”. But Jack on Facebook asks “Who would want to go to Arsenal at the moment..”

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