James Chester hopes John Terry provides Wales World Cup boost

Wales international James Chester is reportedly taking tips from former England captain John Terry in order to up his game a level.


The 28-year-old plays alongside Terry at Aston Villa after the latter made the switch from Chelsea on a free transfer.

Both Chester and Terry have started all five of the new season's Championship games, and the Welshman believes that he is benefiting from the wealth of experience from the Chelsea favourite.

CAHILL CONFIRMED CHELSEA NEW SKIPPER

Coach Antonio Conte has confirmed that defender Gary Cahill would be the new skipper of the Blues following the exit of John Terry to join Aston Villa.


The England vice-captain was also the assistant at the club level. He assisted Wayne Rooney in the Three Lions setup and Terry in the Chelsea senior team.

VILLA CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS

Aston Villa defender Micah Richards has admitted that the club will produce a different set of results this season which will please the supporters. The former England international feels the team is very confident as they aim to push for Premier League promotion.

Speaking to sponsors, the former Manchester City graduate insisted that the club have learned their lessons from their previous campaign, and he is hoping that the Villains are up there in the qualifying spots when it matters.

Bradley Simmonds believes John Terry can play for 5 more years

Bradley Simmonds is a personal trainer for Premier League players and the latest big name star to join his training regimen is Aston Villa´s recent signing John Terry as the veteran defender wants to continue performing at a high level, especially now that he joined a new club and finished his 22 yearlong relationship with Chelsea.


Theo Walcott is another big name player that Bradley Simmonds has trained and continues to work alongside with as well as celebrities of other sports.

Frank Lampard unsure where John Terry will play next season

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard admits that he has no knowledgewhere John Terry will end up this summer.


The former England international has decided to take up a fresh challenge with a new club following his decision to turn down a proposed renewal at Chelsea. The 35-year-old is craving for regular first-team opportunities in the final stages of his career, and for this, he could possibly drop down a level ahead of next season. Aston Villa currently remain the favourites to secure a potential contract with the veteran, but Lampard is unsure what Terry’s next decision would be.

JOHN TERRY OFF TO VILLA?

Chelsea legend John Terry could end up at Aston Villa are they are reportedly keen on the defender.


Villa Park could be the new home for the former Three Lions star. Steve Bruce and Terry were pictured talking and golfing together in Portugal.

TERRY BEYOND THE REACH OF BRIGHTON

Premier League new boys Brighton are reportedly removing themselves from likely employers of Chelsea defender John Terry.


The defender is available for free as he would exit Chelsea after two decades. However, his salary demands of £100,000 a week sent Brighton scampering.

FANS WANT JOHN TERRY HONOURED AT STAMFORD BRIDGE

Chelsea fans have asked that outgoing skipper John Terry be honoured at the club’s home ground Stamford Bridge.


The 36-year old is set to exit the club at the end of the year after 22 years. He rarely got play time this term so he and the club decided to mutually end things.

John Terry Announces Exit from Chelsea after 22 Years

John Terry has thanked Chelsea supporters in an emotional letter just days after announcing his exit from the club at the end of the campaign.


After having been at Chelsea for over two decades, Terry has managed to carve out a space for himself in the Chelsea fans’ hearts. Several banners across Stamford Bridge praised the glory of the central defender, who has been regarded as one of the best during his prime. His performances help the club lift major honours including the Champions League in 2012 and the Europa League a year later. However, Terry has found his first-team opportunities limited this season.

Tony Pulis Admits West Brom Interest upon John Terry in January

West Brom manager Tony Pulis has claimed that the club were interested in the possibility of signing John Terry during the January transfer window.


The Chelsea captain has not played much football this season. Even though manager Antonio Conte insisted upon retaining the 37-year-old in the squad when he took over in the summer, it has become clear over the last couple of months that Terry is not going to come back into the team barring several injuries in defence. Terry has struggled to excel in the 3-4-3 formation, which has been so successful to Chelsea since September.

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