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You've really got to hand it to Bridge... a year on and Terry's left hanging again

25 Apr 2011 14:21:08

You've really got to hand it to Bridge... a year on and Terry's left hanging again

A season on from the non-handshake between Wayne Bridge and John Terry following allegations of a relationship between the Chelsea captain and Vanessa Perroncel, Bridge's former girlfriend, the moments before yesterday's game offered a chance for a rematch - and a change oftactics from Bridge. Last year, when playing for Manchester City, Bridge moved to offer a hand, only to pull it back at the last moment. This time, with him at West Ham, he suddenly took a deep interest inshaking the hand of a mascot being taken down the line of players by Terry. By the time an enthusiastic handshake had been completed with a Chelsea-shirted figure of about four feet tall, a rather larger one - inthe shape of Terry - had once more been left with his hand hanging in the air by Bridge, as the home crowd's jeers almost matched that of the cheers from West Ham's travelling supporters. Wee push: John Terry guides amascot towards Wayne Bridge Ignored: Bridge takes a special interest in the Chelsea mascot Next please: Terry resumeshis handshaking duties  Chelsea 3 West Ham 0: Fernando Torres breaks his duck as Hammers stay rock bottomWhat the back pages say: Redknapp eyes double swoop for Drogba and Parker as Fergie writes off Arsenal All the latest West Ham news, features and opAll the latest Chelsea news, features and opinion  Explore more:People: Vanessa Perroncel, John Terry, Wayne Bridge


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