Former England and Chelsea captain, John Terry.

Former England and Chelsea captain, John Terry has retired from football. The centre-back made 78 caps for England and featured at four major tournaments, he  joined Chelsea at age 14, led the Blues to five Premier League titles, four FA Cups, the Champions League, Europa League and three League Cups, he remains the club most successful captain and the highest scoring defender in the club history.

He left Chelsea in 2017 to join Aston Villa, and has ignored other offers  since his contract expired with the Championship club at the end of last season. He rejected a move to Spartak Moscow in the summer despite the high expectations of him coming to the club by the Moscow faithfuls.


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