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Feb 22, 2011

Terry: Let's 'man up' for Ancelotti

John Terry says Chelsea's players need to "man up" and take responsibility for the poor form that has put manager Carlo Ancelotti under severe pressure.

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Terry is struggling to comprehend the prospect of Chelsea not being in next season's Champions League and ESPNsoccernet revealed on Monday that former Blues caretaker Guus Hiddink is in the frame to take over next season should Ancelotti not rescue something from this campaign.

Chelsea are in real danger of finishing outside the Premier League top four, while recent form suggests they are not equipped to win the Champions League. That would herald their worst season since Roman Abramovich took over the club and captain Terry revealed he is losing sleep over the prospect of Tottenham and Manchester City finishing above his side.

"That's obviously the worst thing to think about, looking at Spurs and City,'' he said. "They're playing well and picking up points at a crucial time. That would be disastrous for the football club if we don't qualify for the Champions League. It's even hard to get my head around it now.''

He added: "That's what we've still got at the football club, hunger and desire. We missed out on the Premier League for three years when Man United won it, and it hurt. That's what I lose sleep over, watching other teams lift trophies, because I want to be the one lifting trophies for this football club.''

Chelsea hit a new low in the Abramovich era on Saturday when they crashed out of the FA Cup against Everton, having already all but surrendered their Premier League title.

That has piled the pressure on Ancelotti ahead of Tuesday night's Champions League last-16 first leg at FC Copenhagen, when the last silverware Chelsea can win this season will be on the line. Defeat to the lowest-ranked team left in the competition could test billionaire owner Abramovich's patience to breaking point, but captain Terry insists it has been the players who have "underachieved''.

"The players are 100% behind the manager,'' he added. "He's got total confidence in us, and that will remain the same. We believe in the manager and the players. We have to man up a little bit as a group of players and take responsibility. It's down to myself as captain, Lamps (Frank Lampard) and Didier (Drogba) - as well as the rest of the squad who have a responsibility - to look at their own form, their own characters and just make sure we stay together.''

Copenhagen's players are confident of piling on the misery for Chelsea. Head coach Stale Solbakken revealed the more "daft'' members of his squad reckon they are a better team than the English champions. Copenhagen have not played a competitive match since their final Champions League group game more than two months ago, but they appear far from overawed about a game being billed in Denmark as the biggest in the club's history.

"Some of my players are so daft that they think they're a better side than Chelsea,'' declared an ultra-relaxed Solbakken. "Maybe I should be talking them down a bit. Some have only lost one or two games playing in this side, so they think it's easy. Confidence is very high in the team.''

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