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Mourinho says it is a "possibility" to win over Atlético

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In European football, Chelsea FC will play Atletico Madrid SAD in Stamford Bridge, London for the UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg Wednesday.

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If Chelsea wins this game they will advance to the Champions League final.

Chelsea Football Manager Jose Mourinho held a usual press conference Tuesday to talk about the game tomorrow night. John Terry accompanied him.

"They are a good side," said Mourinho of his team. "They defend well and score goals. They win matches, they are in the CL semis and almost Spanish champs."

Mourinho said everyone needs to be on their top game, because the difference between the winners and the losers could be one goal.

The players get their "Resolve and determination" from the manager and each other said Terry.

"The desire from within the squad is exceptional," said Terry. "It is built within the squad."

Terry had suffered an injury last week, but he says he has received a clean bill of health.

"I wouldn't put the team at any risk but I am fully fit," said Terry. "A lot of hard work has gone in from the medical department and me."

Terry concluded that the season had gone very well for him personally. He attributed that to the work they did together through the season and the training he did over the summer to make sure he "hit the ground running".



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