England and Chelsea captain John Terry has denied that some players were angry at the return of Fernando Torres to the starting line-up against Tottenham.
Salomon Kalou came off the bench to score a last-minute winner for the Blues in their 2-1 victory, however he did not celebrate having been dropped from the first-team in order for Torres to play.
But Terry, 30, denied that there was a rift in the Chelsea camp, telling Sky
Manager Carlo Ancelotti must now decide whether Torres, Kalou and Drogba play next weekend in what could be a massive game in the context of winning the title: “To make a decision about the line-up, I have to forget the past. I have to look at the next training session. It’s important to have players in good form, in good condition.”