MADRID, Spain -- Chelsea will be without goalkeeper Petr Cech and captain John Terry for the rest of the Premier League season, prompting manager Jose Mourinho to make the Champions League his teams priority. The Chelsea veterans were injured during separate incidents in Tuesdays 0-0 draw at Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal. "Petr Cechs season is over. Dont ask me to explain it technically, but its over," Mourinho said. "With John, well have to play in the final for him to play with us again." Cech injured his left arm in the 15th minute with media reports suggesting the Czech goalkeeper dislocated his shoulder. Terry came off after landing awkwardly on his foot in the 73rd. The Premier League season ends on May 11, while the Champions League final is in Lisbon on May 24. Chelsea was already without injured forwards Eden Hazard and Samuel Etoo at Atletico, and now goes into Sundays match at Premier League leader Liverpool with more injury problems. With three matches left in the season, Chelsea trails Liverpool by five points. The Portuguese manager said those players he needs for the return leg against Atletico on April 30 may not play against Liverpool on Sunday. Frank Lampard and John Obi Mikel could be available at Anfield since they are booked for the Atletico match. "My priority is the Champions League," said Mourinho. "(But) I cant decide by myself, thats a decision where I have to listen to the club. Im just a piece, the manager and no more than that." Mourinho praised his squads ability to adapt to the circumstances of the evening against the Spanish league leader, which he described as a "a very tough, very physical team." "Everybody did a great job. A tired David Luiz, after playing in midfield, stepped back and played in central defence for the last 20-25 minutes, which wasnt easy. For Ashley (Cole) to play this type of game after so many games not playing, was amazing," Mourinho said. 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General manager David Poile called signing Ribeiro a great opportunity to add a talented, experienced and creative centre Tuesday when he introduced the veteran at a news conference. Ribeiros contract is worth $1.05 million after being bought out of the final three years of a $22 million contract by the Coyotes recently.SAN JOSE, Calif. - Mixed martial arts fighters filed an antitrust lawsuit against the Ultimate Fighting Championship on Tuesday, alleging the organization is a monopoly that chokes off competition, crushes athletes earnings and controls the right to market their names even after their deaths.UFC has taken over the entire industry and dictated its terms upon the fighters ... they dont have any rights. Its the new religion, as it were ... its time for things to change, said Nathan Quarry, who is a plaintiff in the suit along with Cung Le and Jon Fitch.Only Le currently has a UFC contract, although he said at a news conference that he would not fight if called up for a bout.The federal suit was filed in San Jose, where Le lives. Its being brought by high-profile firms involved in suits against such giants as Apple, Google and JPMorgan Chase & Co.At a news conference, lawyers declined to put a price tag on the damages being sought.However, they argued that MMA fighters receive only a fraction of the earnings they could make in a competitive market and their paydays are far less than those of professional boxers.The suit, which seeks class-action status, names Zuffa LLC, the Las Vegas-based company that does business as the UFC.The UFC is aware of the action filed today but has not been served, nor has it had the opportunity to review the document. The UFC will vigorously deefend itself and its business practices, the organization said in a statement.ddddddddddddAccording to the lawsuit, the UFC has achieved a monopoly over the years by buying up competitors such as Strikeforce and locking out rivals by its control of elite fighters, major sponsors and TV and arena venues.While there are MMA competitors, such as Bellator, the suit contends that UFC now controls about 90 per cent of the revenues derived from live elite professional MMA bouts. The suit says UFCs revenues are estimated at about $500 million a year from promotion of live events and from merchandising, licensing fees, sponsorships, advertising fees, video game fees, and digital media revenue streams.The UFC also holds the exclusive worldwide rights to fighters names and likenesses in perpetuity, ensuring that the fighters cannot freely license themselves for commercial products or promotions even after their UFC contracts expire — and the UFCs control doesnt even expire after the fighters death, attorney Michael DellAngelo said at the press conference.The suit contends that fighters who worked with rival sponsors or promoters have faced retaliation, with the UFC refusing to book their bouts or barring them from UFC promotions such as ad campaigns or video games.At the news conference, lawyers wouldnt detail what changes they want to make in the current system. ' ' '