Chelsea fans have asked that outgoing skipper John Terry be honoured at the club’s home ground Stamford Bridge.

The 36-year old is set to exit the club at the end of the year after 22 years. He rarely got play time this term so he and the club decided to mutually end things.

John Terry Announces Exit from Chelsea after 22 Years

John Terry has thanked Chelsea supporters in an emotional letter just days after announcing his exit from the club at the end of the campaign.

After having been at Chelsea for over two decades, Terry has managed to carve out a space for himself in the Chelsea fans’ hearts. Several banners across Stamford Bridge praised the glory of the central defender, who has been regarded as one of the best during his prime. His performances help the club lift major honours including the Champions League in 2012 and the Europa League a year later. However, Terry has found his first-team opportunities limited this season.

Tony Pulis Admits West Brom Interest upon John Terry in January

West Brom manager Tony Pulis has claimed that the club were interested in the possibility of signing John Terry during the January transfer window.

The Chelsea captain has not played much football this season. Even though manager Antonio Conte insisted upon retaining the 37-year-old in the squad when he took over in the summer, it has become clear over the last couple of months that Terry is not going to come back into the team barring several injuries in defence. Terry has struggled to excel in the 3-4-3 formation, which has been so successful to Chelsea since September.

John Terry Refuses to Rule out a Move to China

Chelsea captain John Terry says that he will not rule out the possibility of moving to the Chinese super league in the summer. Terry is widely expected to leave Chelsea in the summer.

His contract runs out in a few months, and the club have so far been reluctant to offer him a new deal. It is primarily because he has featured very little for Antonio Conte’s team in the current campaign. Strangely, it was Conte who persuaded Chelsea to offer Terry a new contract in the summer. The Italian boss was taking over from Jose Mourinho and he felt that possessing a player like that would be a major advantage.

John Terry Not Ready to Start Celebrating Premier League title as of yet

Chelsea captain John Terry believes that the unpredictable nature of the Premier League this season means that the blues should not take the title for granted despite a 10 point advantage over second placed Tottenham.

Manchester City’s victory over Bournemouth has helped to reduce the gap to eight point, but even that remains as a significant advantage with 13 games left in the season. Terry may have been a bit part player this season under the regime of Antonio Conte, but the captain has not complained about his lack of game time.


Sam Allardyce wanted former Three Lions and Chelsea defender John Terry to return to the England set-up, according to a report by The Times.

Big Sam made moves to end the skipper exile from the national team but the Football Association did not like such moves.

John Terry Brands Chelsea Legend As the Best Trainer

John Terry has branded Frank Lampard is the best player he has trained with.

The former Chelsea midfielder is widely known as one of the hardest working players around. Even though Lampard was heavily criticised for the lack of obvious talent during his early days at West Ham, he more than made up for it with a lot of hours on the training ground. It helped him become one of the best players in the world, as he proved the same by winning numerous honours with Chelsea including the Champions League.


Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has signed a new three-year-and-half deal that will keep him at Stamford Bridge till 2020 says the club. The Spaniard joined The Blues from Ligue 1 outfit Marseille in 2012 for a fee of £7 million.

Many had no idea who he was when he arrived England and as at when he signed for the Abrahamovic-owned club, many took him to be nothing more than a “back-up-perfomer” in Chelsea’s defence orchestra.

Antonio Conte Reaffirms John Terry’s Strong Position in the Squad

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insists that captain John Terry remains an integral part of the team even after switching to the 3-4-3 formation in recent weeks.

The switch to this formation, which has been the default option for Conte throughout his managerial regime, has been a major factor in the club’s superb form over the last five games. Chelsea have been looking like a team possessed and it has pushed the second in the table after struggling earlier in the campaign.

Is Chelsea’s John TerrIs Chelsea’s John Terry on the move to China?

The club captain of Chelsea, John Terry might be making his way to the Chinese Super League as the veteran player has recently been linked with Guangzhou Evergrande and considering his current situation in the English outfit, there is a realistic chance of the experienced defender making his way out of Stamford Bridge and ending his playing career with the club that he made his debut with back on 1998.

John Terry is 35 years old and he was initially expected to leave Chelsea in the previous season of 2015-16.