Round-up: Terry could face Spurs, Kane injury, Colkett contract, Pattie loan

first_imgJohn Terry will miss Chelsea’s trip to Bournemouth on Saturday but could return against Tottenham on 2 May.The skipper has been struggling with an Achilles injury and the Blues have set a date by which time he must be in full training to be considered for the Spurs clash.Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, who masterminded a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge in December, has outlined the key tactic he will employ to beat the reigning champions for a second time.Meanwhile, holders Chelsea tonight drew 1-1 at Manchester City in the first leg of the FA Youth Cup final.Brentford expect to have Chelsea loanee John Swift back in their squad for Saturday’s trip to MK Dons, while Fulham are close to a clean bill of health ahead of their game against Nottingham Forest, bar one absentee.Swift looks likely to return for BrentfordThe amount the area’s clubs spent on fees to agents this season was revealed by the Football Association, with QPR explaining why they had forked out more than anyone else in the Championship.In other news from the FA, Fulham were fined £5,000 after admitting a charge relating to their 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Brighton.The agent of Whites midfielder Lasse Vigen Christensen has claimed the Dane is still in talks over a new deal at Craven Cottage, having apparently rejected an initial offer.Chelsea, meanwhile, have announced that Charlie Colkett, 19, has signed a new three-year contract – but Todd Kane has flown home from a loan spell in the Netherlands after suffering a serious injury.Kane was stretched off while playing for NEC on WednesdayThere has also been plenty of transfer gossip. Chelsea are reportedly monitoring former Newcastle playmaker Hatem Ben Arfa and continue to be linked with Everton duo John Stones and Romelu Lukaku, while German media reports claim Fulham are interested in signing ex-Nottingham Forest utility player Felix Bastians.QPR teenager Ben Pattie has extended his loan spell with Hendon, enabling the striker to play for the Greens in next month’s London Senior Cup final.In rugby, Nick Evans scored 14 points, including a try, on his return from a broken leg to send Harlequins into the European Challenge Cup final with a 30-6 thrashing of Grenoble.And in cricket, Middlesex opener Sam Robson has been talking about the progress he has made on his technique to allow him to start his 2016 season in record-breaking fashion.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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