Cech glad to be back on track

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech believes that the club are beginning to show signs of the ruthless streak that not too long ago saw them dominate the English game, the Daily Star understands.

The Blues got their European campaign back on track with a 4-0 victory over Steaua Bucharest on Tuesday afternoon after their shock home defeat to Basel two weeks ago, and the 31 year old is sure that they  are now ‘back in business’.

Elsewhere, former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that he was approached by owner Roman Abramovich, when the latter first arrived in England in 2003.

However, the Scot insisted that he never would have any intention to leave Old Trafford leading the Russian to appoint Jose Mourinho in 2004.

Meanwhile, Fernando Torres has been ruled out for up to three weeks with the knee injury he sustained in Tuesday’s win in Romania.

The Spain international was replaced by Samuel Eto’o after just eleven minutes at the National Arena , will hope to return to action for the match at Schalke on October 22nd.

Torres was already set to miss Sunday’s visit to Norwich City after being dismissed in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur.