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DavidEU

John Terry

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1 hour ago, Pizy said:

This is what I think happen. This will serve as a slap to the backs of the heads of the people making decisions. 

I don't think so.

They did it with Lampard in 2013, but I don't think this is one they'll be doing. Lampard was contributing with goals and made a more obvious case than Terry will be able to, he's unfortunately dispensable for Chelsea now.

It's not like we can't say it wasn't coming. Drogba, Lampard, Cole, Drogba again and then Cech last season? The Champions League winning team is now over, the club has taken a lot longer than it should have to revamp this team. It's not even over yet.

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1 hour ago, Spike said:

You aren't changing my opinion on infidelity just because a lot of people do it. A cretin is a stupid person, and I think it is stupid to cheat. There ya go.

I already mentioned the bold part.

 

These are footballers we are talking about though, take away a few exceptions, and each single one of them is probably a dysfunctional human being for modern standards, from the illiterate, to the unfaithful, to the bully and so on and so on.

From the sound of things, Terry isn't a role model for how he leads his personal life and he's probably trying to get a reaction from the fans with those statements to the press, don't appreciate that much, but i doubt it's because of greediness/money.

That said, from a footballing point of view/his life as a professional, letting him go like this is outrageous.
It's like having the best civil engineer building your house, i doubt you'd care about his private life, but you'd go check his professional record.

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Can't wait until Sunday to be honest. Fans gonna put on a proper show, and make their voices heard.  

And the show goes on! Hollywood FC for the win!  

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Great leader.
He will be sadly missed, like Didier.
But one hopes they know what they are doing and have an adequate replacement.

 

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4 minutes ago, boshman said:

The day he plays his last game will be torture. The tears will flow at SB if it is to be his last game against Leicester.

You'd kind of wish he'd go next season, make it a bit fairytale.

In all likelihood we move stadiums next year don't we? Terry along with old SB would go together. End on an era on both counts.

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City need some defenders. Watch them do a Lampard, nick Terry from us and him scored a header next season against us. I called it. Can you imagine. Not a ludicrous thought considering Terry's amazing goal record for a defender.

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Dont even wanna think about it, but its very possible Ivanovic will be taking over the armband next season... What a state we're in.

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2 minutes ago, Henrique said:

Pretty weird. Ivanovic got a contract extention but Terry won't get one more season. Doesn't make any sense in my opinion. He is not world class anymore, but his presence is still important, specially in a squad that lacks leaders. Maybe something happened or is happening behind the acenes. 

New manager playing a totally different style is the only thing that makes sense. The board must think that there's no way JT will suit this new football. 

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I needed time to cool down and take a look at it from Roman's perspective, there always has, always will be two sides of the same coin...

Chelsea underachieved massively in the first half of the season, that's unacceptable for Roman Abramovich, who demands better.
We are the Champions of England for fuck's sake...some heads must be chopped off!
For some of the members around here Jose Mourinho was the cancer, for them he was the main problem and finally Abramovich decided that the Portuguese had it coming.
That could lead to better times, but that's not the only change, it's not that simple, others will follow.

For me and others John Terry has always been a great service to this club, he is 'Mr.Chelsea', but what about his relationship with Roman?
The personal misbehaviors weren't that kind of a big deal, imo, but the problems John had with some of Roman's former managers, there were times where John made life uncomfortable, imo. That's a thing that the big boss will never forget or forgive.
He tolerated it because after the reboots Terry always backed it up on the pitch, but that's over.
As i said before the league is already fucked and we won't reach a good position for Chelsea's high standards.

Roman wants to make a clean slate and i'm under the impression Roman fears John's influence.
I can't remember when Ivanovic had problems with any of the former managers and i think he and Roman are friends.
That's what's important, that's how it's done in business...in the end it doesn't matter where you came from, but you must respect your superiour.

I would have loved it if the both of them could have worked it out.
It's a shame that it has come to this, i think Roman shouldn't have done it, for me John belongs to the inventory.
But Roman had his reasons, it's not black and white, sadly...

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To be honest, we knew this day was always going to come - Terry leaving the club at the end of the season, be it his own decision or the club's - sooner or later. I am more concerned about the fact that his departure leaves with practically zero leaders in the dressing room. It's quite laughable in some ways that our next most experienced players after Terry is Mikel, Ivanovic and Cahill and none of them have shown any real leadership qualities. Desperate times ahead.

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6 minutes ago, Stats said:

Terry has played this quite smart tbh. He knows by leaking the news out to the media and public that he has not been offered a new contract, that it will cause huge uproar. If he left it till the end of the season, less time to sort out but now our club is going to be hounded by the media and fans alike and maybe that will work to his advantage. Not criticizing him but just feel it was not 100% necessary to confirm that.

I mean look at City. Pellegrini probably knows he is leaving at the end of the season and I would not be surprised if he knew right from the beginning of the season however he has adhered with the club to keep that completely internal because if it does get leaked out, it could have an adverse affect and create more headlines but while it is kept underlipped, the team are joint 2nd in the league and are aguably a lot of people's favourites to regain the title and also in the running for the quadruple.

Now, any time we keep a clean sheet, the media are going to jump on the bandwagon straight away and be like "Chelsea are ludicrous to not be offering JT a contract", "this performance proves he is worthy of another year" and "what are the club thinking" etc. I just don't know if it was totally right to do that because now all of a sudden if he is offered a contract all of a sudden, you will get many headlines about Roman falling under fan pressure and it was reluctant decision. Similar to the Di Matteo appointment after winning the UCL.

It does not change the fact that I think the club will be mad not to offer him a contract but just feel this will create unneccessary headlines. Hopefully it does not affect the team's performance though.

You're crazy bro! He's a fucking piece of shit who deserves death!


I fucking hate our support sometimes..

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