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Sunday, 19 December 2010

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John Terry Hit Out at Drogba

A High Court judge has lifted a so-called "super injunction" obtained by the Chelsea footballer Didier Drogba and the media have been given the all clear to publish the sensational details.

Cheryl Cole's ex husband Ashley Cole is said to be fuming over the incident but is too afraid to confront Drogba as apparently "he's only a pussy on the pitch" and is actually quite aggressive off it.

Cheryl Cole, a judge on the x-factor was diagnosed with malaria 6 months ago after a trip to Tanzania. However she believes she originally contracted the disease in 2003 when a toilet attendant tried to dry her hands.

We can reveal that Cheryl and Drogba began an affair over a year ago, reportedly after John Terry boasted about how easy it is to stop the papers publishing details.

Over the last couple of months Drogba contracted the disease himself which has resulted in a notable drop of form. Drogba originally thought it was a dodgy *** that was spreading around the Chelsea camp but results showed it was malaria.

This news has been met with outrage in the football world. Coventry City striker Marlon King hit out at Drogba saying players "needed to show more respect for women nowadays".

Terry also hit out at his Chelsea team mate saying "at least I waited till Bridge had left before I started f*cking his girlfriend".

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