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  1. Arsenal loss is a blessing in disguise, says Chelsea captain John Terry

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    Captain John Terry has urged his Chelsea team-mates to heed the wake-up call presented by their 1-0 FA Community Shield defeat to Arsenal.

    The Barclays Premier League champions were sluggish as their London rivals, through Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's 24th-minute goal, recorded a rare victory against them.

    The winger's powerful finish was Arsenal's first goal against Chelsea in 506 minutes, and ended the Blues' eight-match unbeaten run against them.

    Terry remained adamant that they were the superior side and refused to dismiss the fixture as a friendly and hoped the defeat would ensure that they were better prepared.

    "There was a trophy on the line,"…

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  2. 2015/16 Premier League team preview: Chelsea

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    Teams that win championships rarely make wholesale changes going into the campaign after and after cantering to the Premier League title last season, there’s a very familiar feel to the Chelsea squad bidding to secure back-to-back triumphs. At the time of … Continue reading