The first choice Chelesa goal keeper won't be going to his second World Cup in a row after his beloved Czech Republic had a horrible qualifying campaign.
Petr has always been rated as one of the best goal keepers in the Premier League and with good reason too.
He has been pretty solid for Chelsea in his time there but some things haven't turned out that well.
In October 2006, Cech's career was threatened when following a sickening collision with Reading's Stephen Hunt, he suffered a fractured skull. This ruled him out of action for three months, during which time Chelsea's defensive record deteriorated.
The goalkeeper now has to wear protective head-gear as a precaution and he freely admits he may continue to wear it for the remainder of his career.
Over than that he has been a solid goalkeeper for Chelsea and Czech Republic but would be a bit disappointed that his team did not qualify for the World Cup.