John Terry Lost to Neighbors

Former England Football team captain John Terry lost a case to his neighbors as he was all set to make a party bar beside the swimming pool of his mansion. He also planned to make a luxurious garage where he was about to keep his expensive cars. But his neighbors complained about the demolition of the greenery of the area due to the construction of the garage. A representative from the famous Ockham Parish Council complained against him and then the Guildford Borough council stopped and didn't permit the planning of building a garage or a poolside bar on that site.

John Terry served the English National Football team as a great center back of the team. He was famous for his height. He led the side to the world cup too. He started his career as a young footballer from Senrab and then went to West Ham United in the year 1991 to 1995. After 1998 he became a regular member of the senior team as a side back and played there till 2017. As his team released him on loan to Nottingham Forest in the year 2000, he played there for only one year. He had a record number of appearances of 492 for Chelsea and there he scored 42 goals too.

Dennis Wise denies grabbing John Terry’s throat

John Terry last month has revealed that his former teammate Dennis Wise has grabbed him around the throat on wasting his money to buy a brand new car. Recently Wise has denied this saying that he hasn’t grabbed him around the throat but has advised the player on spending his money wisely. He has admitted that the young Terry needed some advice making the right choice.

Lampard Describes Declan Rice As John Terry

As per the recent reports, Chelsea hasshown interest on Declan Rice and Lampard has described him as the successor of John Terry. Even though he was previously known for his defensive midfielder position but Chelsea manager has been impressed by the player’s centre back position.

Hutton believes John McGinn’s return will provide a massive boost for Villa

Former Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton believes the return of John McGinn from an ankle fracture should boost the Villain’s prospects of staying in the Premier League. The west Midlands outfit are currently placed ninth on the table with 25 points but they are only a couple of points adrift of safety with a game in hand over Sheffield United.

Ferdinand reveals grudge with John Terry over racism

Rio Ferdinand is not happy with his decision on not standing up for his brother Anton Ferdinand when he was racially abused by the former Chelsea player, John Terry. He in, after many years, his autobiography stated John Terry as the biggest idiot but he regrets not standing up for his brother sooner. Ferdinand also said that he is still not on talking terms with Terry even after nearly 10 years of the incident had taken place.

Paul Merson has concerns with Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish

Arsenal legend Paul Merson has said that he has concerns over Jack Grealish despite the fact that he has been the top performer for Aston Villa since their return to the Premier League. The 24-year-old has largely featured on the left side of the attack for the west Midlands outfit but he has had the tendency to drift into different positions.

Owen Hargreaves heaps praise on Fred for his Manchester United displays

Former Manchester United player Owen Hargreaves has spoken about the importance of Fred in the current Red Devils setup. The Brazil international has been almost ever-present for the Red Devils since the beginning of October and during this period, he has transformed into one of the club’s best performers.

Dean Smith provides positive injury update on Aston Villa star

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has provided a positive update on the fitness of John McGinn ahead of the club’s Premier League clash against Leicester City on the road. The Scotland international has been out of action since the ankle fracture sustained in December last year but he is expected to make a comeback for the closing phase of the season.

Dean Smith pleased after penning new contract with Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has expressed his pleasure after penning a new four-year contract with the west Midlands outfit. The 48-year-old was only appointed as the club’s head coach in October last year and he has since helped them secure their comeback to the Premier League, where they have made a credible start.

As a result, it was a no-brainer for the Villains to reward him with a fresh four-year deal and Smith has expressed his happiness shortly after signing the renewal, he told the club’s official website: “I’m really happy to have committed my long term future to the Club. I’m looking forward to all the challenges that come with re-establishing Aston Villa as a top Premier League club.”

Dean Smith reacts after Aston Villa’s 5-1 drubbing of Norwich City

Aston Villa head coach Dean Smith has expressed his pleasure after the west Midlands outfit registered a 5-1 Premier League win over Norwich City on the road. The Villains have been unlucky this season where they have squandered advantages at Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal but there was no repeat of the same at Carrow Road as they dominated the proceedings through the entire 90 minutes.