I’m ready for Chelsea job – John Terry

I’m ready for Chelsea job – John Terry

John Terry, the iconic figure of Chelsea football club, has revealed his willingness to end his retirement and return to Stamford Bridge as a coach. The former captain of the Blues, who holds the record for the highest number of appearances for the Premier League side with 717 games, has been away from the dugout since his departure as an assistant coach at Aston Villa in 2021.

Despite currently engaged with the Chelsea Academy, Terry disclosed that he could be tempted back to his former club with the right offer. However, he emphasized that he has no intention of pursuing a managerial role and would only consider being part of the first-team set-up.

Speaking to Stephen Hendry’s Cue Tips, Terry stated, “I’m done from a managerial point of view. The only job I’d come out of my kind of retirement for would be the Chelsea job – to be involved in some capacity with a first-team role. I love my current role, working with the younger players. Since I have gone through that process as a young player myself, I am passing on my knowledge to them and having plenty of conversations with them.”

It remains to be seen whether Terry will make a return to Stamford Bridge, but his dedication to the development of young players at Chelsea Academy is apparent. His wealth of experience and tactical nous could prove invaluable to the Chelsea first-team, should he make a comeback in the coaching role.

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