John Terry is Chelsea through and through. At least he was.
But the man who emerged from the Chelsea youth system to captain his boyhood club to four Premier League titles and a Champions League win will not see out his career at Stamford Bridge
@chelseafc A post shared by John Terry (@johnterry.26) on Apr 17, 2017 at 9:01am PDT
Terry has had an absolutely phenomenal career at Chelsea…
… but the last 18 months has seen his playing time dissipate, leaving the club skipper with plenty of time on his hands to work on his backswing (and any other extracurricular activities he might have).
Practicing today @the_wisley A post shared by John Terry (@johnterry.26) on Feb 6, 2017 at 9:13am PST
Yet, even though he’s barely featured for his club this season, news of Terry’s departure has prompted an outpouring of tributes from Chelsea fans on social media:
And, with Chelsea top of the Premier League and still on for a domestic double, there is still the chance that Terry’s could end in the most fitting of ways.
Although whether he’d turn up for that final match in a suit or playing kit remains in doubt…
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time that Chelsea have announced Terry’s departure from the club.
The official site published a very similar announcement a year ago, only for the player to dispute the claim and remain for another, largely minute-less, season.
Farewell ‘JT’ – it’s been emotional
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