Hutchinson made his debut for the England under-18s in March 2007. On 14 November 2007, he was named England under-19 captain ahead of the friendly with Germany.
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Following allegations made against John Terry over words spoken to Queen’s Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand on Sunday, Andre Villas-Boas has announced that the Chelsea captain has the club’s full support.
Ashley Cole completed his 50th successive Premier League appearance at Queens Park Rangers on Sunday, but suspension means his understudy had his chance at Everton in the Carling Cup last night.
AVB rotated his squad once more, with five players returning to the line-up after midweek Champions League rests. Torres completed his suspension so Drogba returned in attack, and Terry resumed captaincy duties from Lampard, who was making his 500th Premier League appearance.
There will be no shortage of comment on how Chelsea and Queen’s Park Rangers faired against each other after Sunday’s game, with social media platforms bound to be busy.
Arsene Wenger reckons that 90% of elite-level football is mental. If that’s the case, the only way to hack it at the top is to make yourself mentally impregnable.
John Terry is convinced home advantage can help make the difference against Genk at Stamford Bridge tomorrow.
A star of Serbia’s Under 21s in both the 2006 and 2007 European Championships, Branislav was voted into the Uefa Team of the Tournament for the more recent event, and successfully graduated into a regular for the full national side.
Daniel Sturridge has put holding down a place in the Chelsea side above selection for the full England squad as his main ambition for this season, whereas team-mate Ashley Cole backs the striker to represent his nation.
Chelsea took on Everton at the Bridge in the Saturday's eveniong kick-off.
One of two Chelsea players who represented his country in the 2008 Olympics, Ramires is the latest man to consider our questions on next summer’s London games, as well as sharing his experiences from three years ago…
Stamford Bridge opened its doors to local residents to mark World Mental Health Day with a fun afternoon in west London.
Whilst most of the UK enjoyed a mini-heatwave on Sunday, it was a miserable day in Lancashire but Chelsea lit up the day as far as our supporters were concerned, Frank Lampard hit a hat-trick and Daniel Sturridge scored twice.
It was a great win for the Blues as they maintained their unbeaten home run this season with goals from Fernando Torres, Didier Drogba and a brace for Ramires.
Well, it was a mixed day for the Blues, with many positives and a few negatives. Overall, it was hard fought loss for Chelsea and the end of Andre Villas-Boas unbeaten record.