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Chelsea ace Reece James responds after suffering World Cup injury blow
Chelsea defender Reece James has taken to Twitter after it emerged he had suffered an injury that could potentially see him miss the World Cup with England.The Blues right-back has been ruled out for eight weeks with the knee injury he suffered against AC Milan and subsequent scans showed he had suffered ligament damage.James posted on social media on Saturday in reference to the blow: "The race against time is on… But we won’t give up."READ MORE: WSL carnage as 'punch thrown' and three red cards in seven minutes of Villa vs West HamThough the player appears to suggest there is a possibility that he could make the trip to Qatar, reports are less optimistic, with The Telegraph saying he faces a two-month lay-off and will not be flying out to Qatar "barring a miracle".England manager Gareth Southgate will now have to consider his options for the right-back position as he ponders his 26-man World Cup squad, which is due to be announced on November 10.Would you risk taking Reece James to Qatar? Let us know in the comments section belowChelsea confirmed the news in a statement on Saturday that said: “Following the knee injury sustained in our away match against AC Milan, Reece has received treatment from the Chelsea medical department and visited a specialist this weekend.“After consultation between all parties, Reece will now undergo a rehabilitation programme and is expected to be out for eight weeks.”But, indeed, James has not fully given up hope on a World Cup campaign with England yet, with the player suggesting it's a "race against time".The youngster will be hoping to avoid surgery to stand a chance of going to Qatar, while also relying on Southgate to take him in the final stage of his recovery and opt to risk him
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Diego Maradona's 'Hand of God' ball up for auction and expected to make staggering amount
Diego Maradona's ‘Hand of God’ goal against England is up for auction - and it’s expected to make up to £3million.The ball is being brought to auction by Graham Budd Auctions, with seller Ali Bin Nasser, who is the Tunisian referee who famously allowed one of the most controversial goals in history during the 1986 World Cup quarter-final, in line to receive the huge amount.During Argentina’s 2-1 knockout win over the Three Lions, in a match played out just four years after the end of the Falklands War, Maradona scored two of the most significant goals in the history of the game.READ MORE:Chelsea and England fans alike panicking after Reece James hobbles off with knee injuryThe attacker, widely considered one of the best to ever grace the pitch, netted the first goal with his hand, looping it over the out-stretched arm of Peter Shilton - though the referee didn’t spot it.Maradona went on to claim that the goal was scored “a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God”.The second goal saw Maradona dribble past five England players, including goalkeeper Shilton, before slotting the ball home. Some have labelled it as the ‘goal of the century’.England brought one back with an 81st-minute goal via Gary Lineker - but the day was Argentina’s, as they progressed and ultimately went on to win the tournament.Seller Bin Nasser said: “This ball is part of international football history - it feels like the right time to be sharing it with the world.
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Antonio Conte continues war of words with Thomas Tuchel after Instagram threat
Antonio Conte took a swipe at Thomas Tuchel on Instagram following their heated touchline bust-ups during the thrilling 2-2 between Chelsea and Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.The Italian posted a clip of Tuchel sprinting past him down the touchline in the aftermath of Chelsea's second goal, insisting that he wished he'd tripped the German up."Lucky I didn't see you, making you trip over would have been well deserved," Conte wrote, along with three laughing face emojis.READ MORE: Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte see red after 'scrapping' twice in fiery derbyThe two hot-headed managers more-or-less spent the afternoon at each other's throats.Conte took the first swing by celebrating Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg's equaliser on the edge of Tuchel's technical area before the Chelsea boss got his own back by sprinting up the touchline past his opposite number after Reece James put the Blues back in front.They clashed again as they shook hands at full time after Tuchel took exception to Conte not looking him in the eye by refusing to let got of the Italian's hand, sparking a tense nose-to-nose confrontation between the pair before they were both eventually sent off.Who was more in the wrong - Conte or Tuchel? Let us know what you think in the comments section below."I thought when you shake hands you look into each other's eyes.