John Terry has been a pillar of Chelsea football club for the past 18 years. Making his first team debut at the age of 17, the Chelsea captain has been an ever-presence at the club and has been captain during the most trophy laden years in the capital. But now at 35, his best years 

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A legend departs. For the first time since the departure of Jose Mourinho in September 2007, I fear Chelsea FC may never be the same again. John Terry confirmed on Sunday evening that he will not be staying at Chelsea beyond the summer and this one really stings. A man who embodies the true passion 

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My name is John Terry, and I really have had enough, I want to leave Chelsea football club – ‘or do I call their bluff?’ I came here when I was fourteen – or, somewhere in between, I want to see the world – if you know what I mean! Stamford Bridge has been my 

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During the celebrations of Chelsea’s title celebrations on Sunday afternoon, John Terry managed to find time to aim a barb at Rafael Benitez, his former coach of 2 seasons ago. “One person said I couldn’t play twice in a week,” said the defender, “he knows who he is. I’m still here, still fighting.” Terry was 

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The man has been handed a one year extension by Chelsea and looks to see out the last season of his career with the club before jetting off to a distant location or leaving his boots at the training ground and calling it a day. The Chelsea captain has been somewhat of a rock all 

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Formation: 4-3-1-2   GK: Petr Čech He may no longer be the Chelsea’s first choice, but let’s face it, there aren’t many teams in the world whose starting XI wouldn’t include Čech if they had the choice. With his height and agility, Čech has made hardly any mistakes whatsoever in his ten years in the 

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When the appointment of Rafael Benitez was announced by Chelsea, many expected the Spaniard to tighten up the Chelsea defence, as he had done when he arrived at Liverpool. In those years, Benitez had quite a consistent back line of defenders, with Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia, Steve Finnan and Djimi Traore playing most games in 

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