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Soccer Odds: Terry looks forward to new Premier League season
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 25 July 2013 01:21
The 32-year-old’s soccer betting fans and price per head sportsbooks had a big reason to be concerned, as the player was set back with an ankle injury throughout the end of the last campaign and was kept out of the UEFA Europa League final win over Benfica.
But price per head sportsbooks were very pleased to learn that the former England captain is ready for 2013-14 after participating in all of pre-season training so far, and fans all over the world can’t wait to see how he’ll help the soccer odds.
“I am fit and well,” he told the club’s official website.
And the player’s fans, especially those who follow his soccer odds, are confident that he’ll do a great job on the pitch.
“I had the injury on my ankle at the end of last season but I came back a week early to get some exra fitness under my belt, and I think that has served me well so far in training.
“Everyone does their own little thing to stay fit in the summer. You tend to stay off football pitches and mainly do gym work like bikes and treadmills. Everyone keeps themselves ticking over.
“You can catch up if you don’t have a good pre-season but all the time you are chasing which you don’t want to be doing.”
The defender – famous with pay per head services for his great talent and soccer odds – then said that Chelsea’s training camp in Asia was perfect to integrate the team’s new signings, and added that there is a lot of competition for a place in Jose Mourinho’s starting squad, and soccer betting fans all over the world are eager to see how they’ll continue to perform.
“It is a big pre-season for everyone and everyone wants to be in the team at the start of the season, and that is what we are aiming for.
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“There are new young signings too, they are obviously hungry and with points to prove and they are fighting for places as well, and competition has been very good in training.