Chelsea youth coach Jody Morris can definitely still play a bit.
He’s been retired since 2013, bringing to an end a 17-year career with a short spell at Bristol City.
Morris is well known from his time playing for Chelsea, as well as Millwall and St Johnstone among other clubs.
And he’s forging quite the reputation as a coach too, leading the Stamford Bridge club’s Under 18 team to trophy after trophy in recent seasons.
Morris drafted in friend Frank Lampard for a session earlier this week and the pair got themselves involved in a crossing and finishing exercise.
It was in that drill that Morris showed he can definitely still play a bit, producing cross after cross of pure quality for the youngsters in his squad:
That is how you cross a ball with both feet.
Morris’ reputation as a coach is only growing and you’d fancy him to move on to become a first team manager over the next few years if he can continue to get success with Chelsea’s kids.