Former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has joined Middlesbrough until the end of the season.
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We didn't know we wanted Chelsea legend John Obi Mikel to come back, but now we bloody well do.
The 29-year-old has reportedly been offered a three-year deal worth £140,000 a week in China.
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John Obi Mikel insists he does not regret playing for Nigeria this summer, despite being frozen out by Conte.
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Obi Mikel has criticised Jose Mourinho and poured praise on his interim successor.
"Players are more relaxed, he doesn’t get into people’s business, he gets on with his own thing." Ouch, Jose.
From being left out on the step earlier this season, which players are suddenly back en vogue?
If Mikel continues to play like this, he'll be tough to shift. Surprise starter has become surprise role model.
Apparently "it's fine now". Come on John, tell us what it was like before under Jose Mourinho.
'Hesitant', 'sceptical', 'cautious' and 'scared' are the words used by the Chelsea midfielder.
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