Former Chelsea & England Defender John Terry Retires from Football

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John Terry, the former Chelsea defender has finally hanged his boots. Having played for Chelsea, Aston Villa and on loan to Nottingham Forest, the 5 times Premium league winner took to Instagram yesterday 7th of October 2018 to announce his retirement.

John Terry left Chelsea to Aston Villa after an incredible campaign for the Blues. He played 717 games in the famous blue jersey, scoring 67 goals and winning 15 major trophies.

The England international ended his career after playing a full season for Aston Villa in the English championship. He scored a goal during this period and almost managed to secure a place for his new team in this year’s premier league competition.

Here are some of his achievements on the field of play. We hope you enjoy reading them.

Club Achievements (Chelsea)

  • Premier League titles (5) 
  • FA Cup titles (5)
  • Football League Cup titles (3) 
  • FA Community Shield titles (2) 
  • UEFA Champions League title (1) 
  • UEFA Europa League title (1)
  • FA Community Shield runner-up (4) 
  • FA Cup runner-up (2)
  • Football League Cup runner-up (1) 
  • UEFA Champions League runner-up (1) 
  • UEFA Super Cup runner-up (1)

Individual Achievements

  • FIFA FIFPro World XI (5)
  • UEFA Team of the Year (4)
  • PFA Team of the Year (4)
  • Chelsea Player of the Year(2) 
  • UEFA Club Defender of the Year (3) 
  • FIFA World Cup All-Star Team (1) 
  • Premier League Player of the Month (1) 
  • PFA Players' Player of the Year (1)
  • PFA Team of the Century (1997–2007) 

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