Not that they need much reason to celebrate these days, though the Chelsea fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern have been toasting to John Terry in recent days.
Though he’s no longer a fixture of the first-team under Antonio Conte, the Stamford stalwart recently turned 36 years of age and our west London locals have been waxing poetic over their favourite memories of him.
Now, thanks to reports from the Sun, the Blues have been given some food for thought.
They claim the former England skipper is being lined up by the FA in a coaching capacity, despite retiring from international duty under a cloud back in 2012.
New boss Gareth Southgate is said to be keen to involve former internationals as part of his new setup at St. Georges’ Park on a part-time basis.
For his part, Terry is believed to be open to the idea of repairing the rift between he and the FA, given that the organisation has gone through a major change of personnel in the last four years.
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