John Terry is determined to finish his career at Chelsea – but admits he would consider a move to the MLS if he was no longer wanted by the club.The 34-year-old has enjoyed an outstanding season, playing every minute for the Blues in the Premier League as they stormed to title glory.He believes he can continue to play a key role for Chelsea beyond his current contract, which expires in 2016.But Terry has revealed he could be tempted to follow former teammate Frank Lampard to America should Jose Mourinho decide not to keep him on.In an exclusive interview with the Sports Bar, the ex-England captain said: “I would love to finish my career at Chelsea.“I certainly don’t want to play for another club in the Premier League or England. I don’t think you get that loyalty within football anymore.“The likes of Lamps, Didier [Drogba], Rio [Ferdinand], Stevie [Gerrard], these guys have stayed at the very top at the best clubs in the world and managed to stay in the team, stay fit and stay hungry, and it is great thing to do, so I am hoping to finish my career at Chelsea.“If Chelsea decide otherwise, whether that be next year or the year after, and I still feel I will play, of course I will go and play [elsewhere]. I will go to America, wherever the opportunities are there.“At that stage of my career it would need to suit not only myself but my family as well. Ideally for me, my family are local, and I would love to finish my career at Chelsea.“When I first started out, I wanted to make it to 35. As you get older, the way players look after themselves these days, you can hopefully go beyond that, and that is what I am targeting.”
20 20 16. Northern Ireland – 86 clean sheets made by five goalkeepers – Pictured: Roy Carroll 20 20. Bosnia and Herzegovina: 50 clean sheets made by one goalkeeper – Click the arrow above, right, to see which nationalities have kept the most clean sheets in Premier League history – Pictured: Asmir Begovic In football, it is often the goalscorers who get the praise while goalkeepers get a raw deal, like Loris Karius is experiencing at Liverpool.Earlier in the week, we revealed the nationalities to have scored the most goals in the Premier League, which you can see here.And now, to even things up, talkSPORT has found out the nationalities who have kept the most clean sheets, after spotting a tweet from Bill Reno.Click the arrow above, right, to see which nationalities have kept the most clean sheets in Premier League history…*All information correct on 16, December, 2016. 20 19. Trinidad and Tobago – 64 clean sheets made by two goalkeepers – Pictured: Shaka Hislop 18. Norway – 65 clean sheets made by four goalkeepers – Pictured: Espen Baardsen 13. France – 103 clean sheets made by six goalkeepers – Pictured: Hugo Lloris 20 14. Italy – 99 clean sheets made by four goalkeepers – Pictured: Carlo Cudicini 15. Belgium – 96 clean sheets made by three goalkeepers – Pictured: Thibaut Courtois 20 4. Czech Republic – 299 clean sheets made by five goalkeepers – Pictured: Petr Cech 20 17. Germany – 72 clean sheets made by six goalkeepers – Pictured: Jens Lehmann 20 12. Scotland – 137 clean sheets made by nine goalkeepers – Pictured: David Marshall 20 11. Finland – 158 clean sheets made by three goalkeepers – Pictured: Jussi Jaaskelainen 8. Wales – 248 clean sheets made by 11 goalkeepers – Pictured: Wayne Hennessey 20 20 9. Republic of Ireland – 226 cleans sheets made by eight goalkeepers – Pictured: Shay Given 20 20 7. Australia – 278 clean sheets made by seven goalkeepers – Pictured: Mark Schwarzer 5. Spain – 282 clean sheets made by seven goalkeepers – Pictured: David De Gea 20 20 6. Denmark – 281 clean sheets made by eight goalkeepers – Pictured: Peter Schmeichel 20 1. England – 1818 clean sheets made by 91 goalkeepers – Pictured: Joe Hart 20 20 10. Poland – 191 clean sheets made by five goalkeepers – Pictured: Lukasz Fabianski 20 3. Netherlands – 352 clean sheets made by 13 goalkeepers – Pictured: Edwin van der Sar 2. United States – 381 clean sheets made by seven goalkeepers – Pictured: Tim Howard 20
West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell has appealed to have his one-year ban for a doping whereabouts rule violation dismissed.Russell, a two-times Twenty20 World Cup winner, was revealed to have committed the violation a year ago after registering three filing failures in 2015. That constituted a failed drugs test under World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules.Reuters has obtained a copy of Russell’s appeal document that was submitted to the Jamaican Anti-Doping Appeals Tribunal on March 20. It calls for the decision rendered by the independent anti-doping disciplinary panel be set aside??.Jamaica’s anti-doping commission (JADCO) has appealed to have Russell’s suspension doubled from one year to two.In a second filing, Russell called for this appeal to be dismissed on the grounds that there is no basis for his suspension to be extended.