Andreas Christensen Sought Advice From John Terry After Dip In Form

Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen has revealed that he sought advice from Blues legend John Terry following his apparent dip in form. The Denmark international has been one of the Blues’ standout performers during the current season, but mistakes have come into play over the past month, which have cost the team dearly.

The 21-year-old was at fault for Barcelona’s equaliser during the first-leg of the Champions League round of 16, and he has since made positioning errors against the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City. As a result, the Dane decided to have a small word with Terry, who had visited the club’s training ground earlier in the month.

Steve Bruce hoping to tempt John Terry to stay at Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has revealed his plans to convince John Terry to stay beyond the summer, even if it means in a coaching capacity. The former England skipper joined the Villains on a one-year deal last summer after ending his two-decade long association with Chelsea.

Terry has since been influential at the heart of the Villa backline, and his form since the turn of the year has helped the club become genuine contenders for promotion to the Premier League at the second time of asking.

John Terry admits he nearly broke his Chelsea promise

Chelsea legend John Terry has admitted that he came 'very close' to breaking his promise of not playing against his former side. The ex-England international received an offer from ex-Swansea City boss Paul Clement in the summer, but he opted to snub their advances for a switch to Aston Villa.

Speaking on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, Terry confirmed that there was indeed interest from the English top-flight with former Blues coach Clement urging Terry to pursue a move to South Wales. However, Terry eventually decided against the switch as he wanted to avoid featuring versus the west London side.

Steve Bruce explains Elmohamady's absence Queens Park Rangers

Aston Villa head coach Steve Bruce has explained the absence of Ahmed Elmohamady during Saturday's Championship outing versus Queens Park Rangers. The west Midlands outfit secured a 2-1 victory over the Rangers at Loftus Road, and this has propelled them to fifth in the standings.

Speaking after the game, Bruce revealed that he rested Elmohamady for the encounter owing to his participation against Ghana in the final World Cup qualifier game. Mile Jedinak was in a similar position after his match-winning effort for Australia against Honduras, but Bruce named him in his matchday squad.

John Terry devastated after suffering foot injury

Aston Villa defender John Terry has expressed his frustration after suffered a broken metatarsal in his right foot. The former England international sustained the injury during the 2-1 Championship defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.

Following the game, Terry was devastated by the extent of the injury, but he is hopeful that he can make a quick recovery to get back onto the playing field, he said: "I have just had news that I have broken my fifth metatarsal. Devastated is an understatement to how I'm feeling tonight. I will be doing everything I can to get back fit as soon as possible."

John Terry wants Aston Villa to maintain form after the international break

Former England international John Terry is anticipating a huge month ahead of Aston Villa following their good start to the Championship season.

The Villains were initially lingering just above the drop zone, but a strong month of September sees them just a point behind the playoff positions. Steve Bruce's side were hindered by injuries during the early part of the campaign, and they got their act together last month as they secured 14 points from a possible 18 available.

James Chester hopes John Terry provides Wales World Cup boost

Wales international James Chester is reportedly taking tips from former England captain John Terry in order to up his game a level.

The 28-year-old plays alongside Terry at Aston Villa after the latter made the switch from Chelsea on a free transfer.

Both Chester and Terry have started all five of the new season's Championship games, and the Welshman believes that he is benefiting from the wealth of experience from the Chelsea favourite.


Coach Antonio Conte has confirmed that defender Gary Cahill would be the new skipper of the Blues following the exit of John Terry to join Aston Villa.

The England vice-captain was also the assistant at the club level. He assisted Wayne Rooney in the Three Lions setup and Terry in the Chelsea senior team.


Aston Villa defender Micah Richards has admitted that the club will produce a different set of results this season which will please the supporters. The former England international feels the team is very confident as they aim to push for Premier League promotion.

Speaking to sponsors, the former Manchester City graduate insisted that the club have learned their lessons from their previous campaign, and he is hoping that the Villains are up there in the qualifying spots when it matters.

Bradley Simmonds believes John Terry can play for 5 more years

Bradley Simmonds is a personal trainer for Premier League players and the latest big name star to join his training regimen is Aston Villa´s recent signing John Terry as the veteran defender wants to continue performing at a high level, especially now that he joined a new club and finished his 22 yearlong relationship with Chelsea.

Theo Walcott is another big name player that Bradley Simmonds has trained and continues to work alongside with as well as celebrities of other sports.