TERRY TIPPING CHELSEA FOR LEAGUE TITLE THIS SEASON

Aside from the support they are getting from their fans, Chelsea are also getting massive support from their legends who have so far been tipping them to win the league title this season having last done so a few years ago. The likes of Didier Drogba, Ashley Cole, and Ricardo Carvalho have already pushed the Blues and chosen them as their title favorites this season but they are not the only ones who have done that so far. Club legend John Terry has also joined the train and has now urged the Blues to do everything within their capacity to make sure that the league crown ends up at Stamford Bridge at the end of this new season.

JOHN TERRY LEAVES VILLA ROLE

Chelsea legend John Terry has left his role as the assistant manager at Aston Villa to focus on his ambition of becoming a manager. The ex-Blues skipper left Villa at the start of the week.

John Terry has been the assistant manager at Aston Villa for three years and his desire to become a manager led him to the decision to quit his job at Villa Park. On the decision to leave Villa, manager Dean Smith said he was disappointed to lose his right-hand man a few weeks before the start of the latest Premier League season.

Chelsea legend John Terry said it was very difficult for him to walk away from the assistant manager's job at Aston Villa and under tutelage of manager Smith but he feels the time is right for him to build his own managerial path.

JOHN TERRY LEAVES VILLA ROLE

Chelsea legend John Terry has left his role as the assistant manager at Aston Villa to focus on his ambition of becoming a manager. The ex-Blues skipper left Villa at the start of the week.

John Terry has been the assistant manager at Aston Villa for three years and his desire to become a manager led him to the decision to quit his job at Villa Park. On the decision to leave Villa, manager Dean Smith said he was disappointed to lose his right-hand man a few weeks before the start of the latest Premier League season.

Chelsea legend John Terry said it was very difficult for him to walk away from the assistant manager's job at Aston Villa and under tutelage of manager Smith but he feels the time is right for him to build his own managerial path.

TERRY SENDS MESSAGE TO SAKA, OTHERS

Aston Villa assistant manager John Terry has sent a message of encouragement in the way of England international Bukayo Saka and his teammates, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho after they were all subjected to racist comments on social media on the back of their missed penalties during the Euro 2020 final at the Wembley Stadium on Sunday.

John Terry sent encouraging messages to the three players via his Instagram Story. According to the Chelsea legend, Arsenal star Saka is one of the biggest and brightest talents. John Terry also praised Manchester United forward Rashford and his soon-to-be club colleague Sancho. Sancho is on the verge of completing a £73m move from German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United.

TERRY DREAMING OF CHELSEA JOB ONE DAY

Chelsea legend John Terry has revealed that he has the plan of managing his former club one day, but only after he must have gotten to a point where he would be deserving of the post. The former Chelsea and England international central defender is widely recognized as a top footballing legend for his contributions to the Blues and his country during his playing days and he is also known as one of the greatest ever defenders of his generation. Having joined Chelsea at a young age, he went on to develop himself and improve his game to the extent that he became the captain of the Blues and he earned the love and care of the fans as well.

JOHN TERRY REVEALS ULTIMATE AMBITION

Chelsea legend John Terry has revealed his dream job in an exclusive interview with The Times. The ex-Blues skipper told the media outlet that his ultimate ambition is to manage Chelsea and that he's ready to be a manager.

John Terry mentioned former Chelsea teammate and fellow Blues legend Frank Lampard as he pointed out how he did well in his first year at Chelsea. The former England national team centre back also talked about ex-Three Lions of England teammate Steven Gerrard and the good job he has done as the Rangers job. John Terry talked about how he was not ready when Gerrard and Lampard became top flight football managers and that the time is right for him to take charge of a team.

TERRY NAMES MOST UNDERRATED DEFENDER

Chelsea legend John Terry certainly knows a thing or two about defending as he built his football career on that aspect of the game. Terry was a very good defender during his playing days and this automatically qualifies him as one who could spot good defenders.

John Terry spoke recently about experienced Leicester City defender Jonny Evans and how the ex-Manchester United and West Bromman is easily the most underrated defender in the Premier League. John Terry talked about Evans just before the FA Cup final between his beloved Chelsea and Leicester City as reported by the Express.

John Terry warned Chelsea that Evans could be key to the Foxes and their FA Cup ambition.

MOUNT CAN EMULATE TERRY – CARRAGHER

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes that Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount can emulate the legendary status of John Terry at the club. The ex-Liverpool centre back talked about John Terry and Mount in his column for The Telegraph. According to the footballer turned Sky Sports pundit, Mount can tow the path of John Terry who came through the youth system at Chelsea to become a club legend.

Terry was part of the youth system at Stamford Bridge before he made his debut for the first team. He went on to captain the West London giants to several major titles including the 2011/12 Champions League title. He missed the final through suspension as the Blues got the better of Bayern Munich to win the competition for the first time. Chelsea defeated the Germans on penalties after they had played a 1-1 draw.

TERRY ON SHEFFIELD UNITED RADAR

Aston Villa coach John Terry is reportedly one of the names being considered for the managerial job at Premier League outfit Sheffield United. According to the Daily Mirror, John Terry is on the radar of the Blades who are looking for a new manager after Chris Wilder left the club last month.

Wilder is a former Sheffield United player who became manager at the club. He was responsible for taking the Blades from League One football to Premier League football in a few years. Wilder masterminded an unlikely top half finish for Sheffield United at the end of their first season back in the Premier League last term.

However, they have not been able to maintain the same form this term with the team languishing in last place on the league table.

TERRY SENDS MESSAGE TO MOURINHO, OTHERS

Chelsea legend John Terry has sent a firm message to Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho and the others in the race for European football in the Premier League. John Terry sent the message via his official Instagram account after his Aston Villa side lost to Jose Mourinho and his Tottenham Hotspur players in a league clash played at Villa Park last week Sunday. In his words, John Terry said Aston Villa will regroup in a bid to get back to the form that will see the midlands club challenge for a place in European football next season. John Terry is the assistant manager to Aston Villa boss Dean Smith at Villa Park and the duo watched as Villa were on the end of a 2-0 defeat at the hands of visitors Spurs led by Jose Mourinho.

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