Chelsea captain Terry doubtful for Tottenham clash

Tel Aviv, Nov 25 (IANS) Chelsea FC head coach Jose Mourinho has revealed that captain John Terry may miss the English Premier League (EPL) encounter against Tottenham Hotspur after injuring his ankle in a Champions League clash with Tel Aviv here.

The veteran defender went off the field during Tuesday’s encounter that the English football champions won 4-1 at the Bloomfield Stadium.

“The score was 1-0 when John left the pitch and for that to happen, I know already that he is in trouble,” Mourinho told

“My medical department is really good and John is a professional guy with a special desire to recover but to leave the pitch with the result 1-0, I don’t believe too much that he can play at Tottenham on Sunday,” the Portuguese tactician added.

The Chelsea coach also said that the injury happened due to a bad pitch. He also said that Ramires slid and had a muscular injury during a practice session on Monday.

ggy weather grounds flights to and from Srinagar


Srinagar, Nov 25 (IANS) All flights to and from Srinagar were cancelled on Wednesday for the third consecutive day as foggy weather resulted in poor visibility at the international airport here.

“While morning flights were cancelled due to poor visibility, flights in the afternoon were delayed initially as we expected visibility to improve. Since there was no improvements in visibility, all flights to and from Srinagar have now been cancelled,” an airport official said.

There were no flights to and from the valley in the last two days, except two Air India flights that landed here on Tuesday but could not take off due to bad weather, the official said.

Weather office forecast improvement in visibility from Thursday onwards as rain is expected in Jammu and Kashmir plains in the next two days.

“Light rainfall in the plains and snow in the higher reaches of the state are expected during the next two days. This will clear the foggy weather conditions,” Sonam Lotus, director of the local meteorological office, told IANS here.

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