John Terry

Rio Ferdinand takes swipe at John Terry for ‘fragile ego’ and revisits ‘racism case’

Rio Ferdinand has taken a swipe at former England team-mate John Terry in a social media row over who is the Premier League’s best-ever centre-half.Ferdinand placed himself at the top of the list when picking his top five with the help of Liverpool’s Virgil Van Dijk on BT Sport’s Between the Lines programme.Terry was fifth on Ferdinand’s list and the ex-Chelsea captain retweeted a Twitter post from a football fan claiming he was ‘The Greatest’.Ferdinand responded on Twitter by saying: “@JohnTerry26 The moment one has to start pushing their own records and stats it’s really time to start addressing the...
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John Terry is up to his old trick again…

The former England and Chelsea centre back John Terry joined twitter last year and is loving life on the platform. One thing the former blue doesn’t seem to understand, when you like something it appears to all your followers and he is certainly loving the week former Sky Sports Presenter Kirsty Gallacher had.

Image: John Terry fires Antonio Rudiger shots at Chelsea board

Callum Hudson-Odoi is struggling with a latest injury setback. Blues fans have been left unhappy with the Chelsea board allowing this to happen and losing Rudiger as a free agent. But it seems that they aren’t the only ones upset by it. Blues legend John Terry also penned some frustrated words on Instagram reacting to the news this week:

John Terry posts scorecard pic of his "best ever" round in the UK

John Terry will go down as one of the best central defenders to ever grace the Premier League, and his golf game is pretty good too. Ever since he retired from professional football in 2018 at the age of 37, the former Blues defender has been keeping himself busy by still maintaining a healthy lifestyle of golf and fitness.

Boston Celtics owner Stephen Pagliuca's Chelsea bid boosted by NBA chairman and John Terry

Boston Celtics owner Stephen Pagliuca said NBA chairman Larry Tanenbaum and former Chelsea captain John Terry have joined his bid to purchase the Premier League club. In a statement issued on Wednesday, Pagliuca said that Tanenbaum, who is owner of the Canadian company Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), had become "co-managing partner" of the bid for Chelsea.

John Terry picks the consortium that he is backing to buy Chelsea FC

There has been some pretty significant developments today in the race to buy Chelsea Football Club. It has largely always pretty much been seen as a two-horse race between The Ricketts Family and Todd Boehly’s consortium. However, there is an outsider who is really putting in some last minute pace to come up behind the leading pack and threaten taking the lead.

John Terry Completes Goal Of Becoming A Scratch Handicap

Former England and Chelsea legend John Terry has revealed he now has a handicap index of scratch. The defender posted an update on social media saying he had achieved his target of becoming a scratch player following his retirement from professional football in 2018. "When I retired I set myself...