Video: Chelsea’s John Terry Says He Feels “Sick” Watching Other Teams Win the Title

Video: Chelsea’s John Terry Says He Feels “Sick” Watching Other Teams Win the Title

Chelsea skipper John Terry has described how difficult it is to watch other teams win the Premier League title at the end of the season – in a slightly bizarre interview with William Gallas.

A former Chelsea player himself, Gallas played alongside Terry in the Blues defence when they won back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006 under Jose Mourinho.

Gallas went on to play for London rivals Arsenal and Spurs after leaving Chelsea, but in his conversations with Terry he still speaks warmly about his time at Stamford Bridge.

But the really interesting moment is Terry’s obvious desire to continue playing for the foreseeable future. Terry will turn 36 in December, and his contract runs out at the end of the season.

But if he has anything to do with it, it certainly won’t be his last season wearing the iconic blue shirt:

What do you make of Terry’s comments? And can you see Terry lifting the Premier League trophy in May?

Let us know in the comments section below…


In this week’s show, Daniel is back and joined by website contributor Connor Boylan as they look back on Celtic v Barcelona, a big weekend in Scotland and preview the League Cup final at Hampden:

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