Chelsea Tell Misbehaving Players To Clean Up Act With The Riot Act

Daniel GoochAnalyst IFebruary 19, 2010

LONDON - FEBRUARY 28:  John Terry (L) of Chelsea celebrates with team mate Ashley Cole (R) following the Barclays Premier League match between Chelsea and Wigan Athletic at Stamford Bridge on February 28, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)
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Chelsea's top men have read the riot act to the team as they are getting annoyed with all of the bad headlines being splashes across the front page of the papers.

The two main baddies are John Terry and Ashley Cole, who have had there private lives spread out for the world to see.

Blues owner Roman Abramovich has had enough of seeing his club's name dragged through the gutter and having his player tormented by every member of the press.

Carlo Ancelotti warned of 'severe disciplinary consequences' for any player that steps out of line in the future.

He admitted: "We spoke to the players and explained to them the behaviour required at this club.

"Now they know very well what they have to do and what behaviour is expected of them when they're in the Chelsea shirt.

"We are interested, me and the club, in protecting the image of Chelsea.

"Not only the players and the manager, all the staff — the people who work in this club — have to protect that image."

As probably well know John Terry was on the front and back page of the tabloids for ages. He cheated on his (gorgeous) wife with his mate's and ex team mate's girlfriend.

In the case of Ashley Cole, he did nearly the same thing, sending and receiving explicit pictures with a page 3 model Sonia Wild.There are also claims he slept with secretary Vicki Gough. How could he do this? Does he know who his wife is? .... F***ing Cheryl Cole!

Is it right that the newspaper can write al of these stories about sports stars? Or should the players learn to keep 'it' in their shorts?