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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Chelsea legend John Terry is one of the favourites to land the Sheffield United job according to BetVictor. John Terry is currently the assistant manager to Dean Smith at Aston Villa and he had previously been linked with the manager's job at both Derby County and Bournemouth. Terry was one of the names mentioned by the bookmakers when Derby County sacked Philippe Cocuwhile they were at the bottom of the English Championship. In the end, Wayne Rooney was named the permanent manager at Derby County after some weeks as interim boss. John Terry was also linked with the managerial job at Bournemouth when Jason Tindall was sacked earlier this year. In the end, Terry was overlooked in favour of Jonathan Woodgate, who has been named the Cherries manager until the end of this campaign.


West Ham United star Declan Rice has received high praise from Chelsea legend John Terry after he played a big role in the win over Sheffield United last weekend. John Terry praised the performance of Declan Rice during the Sheffield United game in the Premier League last week Monday on Instagram in response to the post made by Declan Rice. The West Ham skipper for the game had posted how he opened the scoring for the Hammers in the 3-0 hammering of bottom team Sheffield United. Mark Noble is the current West Ham United skipper but Rice is his deputy and he wears the armband since Noble is not a regular feature in the West Ham United starting XI.


Chelsea legend John Terry has heaped huge praises on the club's young midfielder Mason Mount and also made a huge statement about the youngster. Mount has been by far Chelsea's best player this season having continued his blistering form under new manager Thomas Tuchel in recent games.

Mount was an assured started under former manager Frank Lampard and even though many people called for the head of Lampard for always playing Mount despite having a wealth of more options on the bench, he got more used to playing his favorite star. Mount has now gradually become a mainstay in the Chelsea team and is also currently in the form of his life this season.


A lot of football followers were stunned when Liverpool were beaten by lowly Burnley last week as the Clarets were able to stop the unbeaten run that the Reds had at Anfield.

One would have been forgiven to expect big teams like Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and others to stop the unbeaten run but Burnley had other ideas.


Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has delivered an update on Danish centre back Andreas Christensen who was criticised by Blues legend John Terry after the recent Premier League encounter between Chelsea and Aston Villa. John Terry is the current assistant manager to gaffer Dean Smith at Aston Villa and he criticised Andreas Christensen for feigning an injury shortly before his Aston Villa side equalised at the start of the second half to secure a 1-1 draw away from home.

In his pre-match presser before the FA Cup third round clash with Morecambelast week Friday, Chelsea manager Lampard decided to set the record straight on Christensen as he defended the player in the face of criticisms from John Terry and others. According to him, Andreas Christensen suffered a knee injury during the game and he was sent for a scan. Thankfully, the injury is not a serious one and the player is now expected to be in contention for the West London Derby away to Fulhamat the weekend.