Chelsea skipper John Terry has weighed in on the story regarding Petr Cech’s impending move to Arsenal and the former England international was under no illusions that his soon-to-be former teammate will make us title challengers, talkSPORT’s Alan Brazil reports.
— Alan Brazil (@SportsBreakfast) June 22, 2015
Terry’s reference to the number of points Cech will save us shows how imperative having a top goalkeeper can be in the Premier League.
Coming from a player who knows what it takes to compete for a title, it’s a telling analysis.
Saving us 15 points would’ve won us the league season and we’ve listed the games where Cech could’ve won us points last season.
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6) Everton 2-2 Arsenal – August 2014
A previously daunting trip to Goodison Park was made to look like a walk in the park throughout the season which makes our draw there rather disappointing. It’s Everton’s second goal that catches the attention with Wojciech Szczesny making the finish too easy for Steven Naismith.
After closing down the angle, Szczesny spread his legs and allowed the Everton man to simply slot it through him.