John Terry urges Chelsea fans to keep the faith ahead of Manchester United clash

15 December 2010 09:28
Keep the faith: Terry hopes Chelsea's bad run is behind them [LNB]Chelsea captain John Terry hopes Carlo Ancelotti's side have turned a corner after going through 'a blip'. [LNB]The Blues have slipped down to fourth in the Barclays Premier League after their worst run of domestic form in a decade, their last victory coming against Fulham on November 10. [LNB]However, but for a stoppage-time penalty miss from Didier Drogba in last Sunday's 1-1 draw at Tottenham, Chelsea would have been back to winning ways. [LNB]'I'm hoping this is the end of it,' Terry told Chelsea TV ahead of the weekend visit of rivals Manchester United. [LNB]'We've gone through a blip, as we've seen other teams do. We've got a massive home game and it's important now the fans stay with us, even through a bad spell in the game of 10 or 15 minutes, because when you play against a quality side, they are bound to have a good spell of possession. [LNB] On target: Chelsea haven't won in the league since the beginning of November [LNB]'As long as we stay solid on the pitch the fans stay with us, I'm sure playing like this, we're going to be back.'[LNB]  Neymar has 'zero per cent' chance of joining Chelsea this seasonWho needs Carlos? Five strikers who can fill Manchester City captain's bootsLampard: Chelsea spirit will bring title (and I'll practise penalties before Utd!)CHELSEA FC

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